Monday, August 11, 2008

By the Sea, By the Sea, By the Beautiful Sea....

Well, more accurately...the Atlantic Ocean. Enjoying the hotel bestowed Froot Loops (Darren) and Frosted Flakes (Sarah) and the in-room coffee (Dad and Mom).

Sarah: "If we had taken a horse instead of our van, we'd still be on our way to the beach, wouldn't we?"

Darren: "Not if the horse went as fast as the van."

Think we're ready for all those first grade math problems...

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17 comments:

cat said...

Precious!

Threeundertwo said...

Yep, that's logic.

the schirano triplets said...

my gosh, their conversations give me so much to look forward to! so cute!

Nancy said...

Hah! That's great :) At some point, these guys are going to love reading about what they said "way back when..."

btw - I've tagged you...hope you don't mind! :D

beth - total mom haircut said...

"...If a horse leaves location A at roughly ..." yeah - they're ready:)

Gibson Twins said...

How funny- it makes sense :)

Have fun by the sea! The title of this post reminded me of one of our Disney Singalong DVDs (By The Sea) and I might have to let the kids watch that later, its really a cool music dvd!

Aimee said...

Francie calculates everything into "horse and buggy" time. She may be interested in becoming Amish.

Have fun by the sea! :)

Kelsey said...

haha That is too cute!

Zip n Tizzy said...

Better have a sturdy carriage!
A hotel sounds so inviting right about now.
Have Fun!

Harris Boys said...

love it. hope you guys are having a great time!!!

surcie said...

My boy and I went swimming in the Atlantic today. Hope y'all are having fun.

The Myers Family said...

SOO CUTE! I hope ya'll are having fun in the sun!

Renata said...

Your kids always make me laugh! Have fun by the sea!

Sharlene said...

I love their conversations. So cute.

BTW- Thank you for putting the link for donating to Tuesday's cause on your blog. The more people aware the better

Lizz @ Yes, and So is My Heart said...

Oh, I just love hearing the things kids say.

Mmmm, coffee. It is so much more important than cereal.

noble pig said...

Yes, I would have to agree they are ready!

The Burger Blog said...

I used to be a first grade teacher in another lifetime....sounds like they are ready for first grade math to me too!