Saturday, November 17, 2007

Dressed up and "Dressed Up" mean different things to different people

Twice this has happened. I just put Hudson in the shower which was concerning to him because he had already picked out and put on his clothes. He said, "but I want to wear that after I get out of the shower for all day." (jeans and a t-shirt) I said that was fine but later tonight is the Cornerstone Anniversary dinner and you will get to get dressed up for that later. His response was, "Oh yeah! I want to be an elephant!"

The first time this happened was when we were in Oklahoma (I may have already blogged about this- but I'm too lazy to check back through posts, I need to to dry my hair and he won't be in the shower long). We were getting ready to go to Helen's funeral and I told Hudson we had to get out of the hot tub and go take a shower and get dressed up. The response was, "I want to dress as a dragon!" Heaven help his prom date some day.

1 comment:

Ally said...

Ha ha. This is classic kid language, which means literal, literal, literal. Very funny.