Tuesday, 27 July 2010

Conversations With Lauren

I have some great conversations with my granddaughter Lauren. I really should have recorded them all.

The problem is I haven't to laugh. She hates you laughing at her. However sometimes it's hard to keep a straight face.

On the way back from the park this afternoon this was how the conversation went:

Lauren: Niamh's grandma got runned over by a bus.
Me:        I hope she's better now.
Lauren: No, she's in the ground. That's what happens when you get runned over, you get digged in the road!

There's no answer to that!

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  1. Oh LOL. Children just get straight to the point don't they?

  2. Yes, kids do say the darnest things at times, when we least expect it. And I know how hard it is, to not laugh. Poor Grandma, did that mean she was run over and killed? Or she jsut got run over in the dirt?

  3. We used to have a TV show here called "Kids Say The Darndest Things" and I wish someone would bring that back. I think some of the old shows are on you tube.

  4. okay........but that does beg the question.....what did happen to Nimah's grandma?

    Gill in Canada

  5. Poor Grandma! That's not a good way to exit life.

  6. Ha ha ha ha. Sorry, but I could not help laughing.

  7. Ouch, what a way to go. Kids get straight to the point don't they?

  8. Well I did try to clarify exactly what had happened but didn't get very far with Lauren.

    I asked my daughter, she burst out laughing then felt guilty but she didn't know anything about it.

    School has broken up so no other grandmas I can ask.

    I'm assuming she died and was buried! If I find out, I'll let you know.

  9. I love children and their conversations. Write them down and write a long post about them.

    ~hippo hugs~

  10. Oh don't they come out with some things!! LOL

    My granddaughter doesn't like to be laughed at either. :)

  11. Can see whay there was not answer to that! They are amusing.


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