Funny, He Usually Doesn’t Think About the Laundry.

Ian: Do you need to go down and switch over the laundry?

Me: No. Why?

Ian: (grinning)

Me: Do you want to do something down there?

Ian: No. Don’t you need to do anything downstairs?

Me: No.

Ian: Are you sure?

Me: I’m sure. Why do you want me to go downstairs so much? What are you going to do up here?

Ian: I don’t want you to see me standing on the table.

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  1. Honest to a fault. My son does that too. He comes up and says “Don’t look at my hands behind my back” all while trying to supress a smile. I take one step and he says “Noooo Mommy. Just wait”

    I’m always nervous now.

    Hopefully Ian will hang on to the brutal honesty (and the impish thoughts haha)

  2. Three year olds are awesome.

  3. Ha ha ha. That is hilarious. At least you didn’t have to wonder what he might be up to…

  4. Now you know what he does when you go downstairs. Just wait until he learns not to snitch on himself.

  5. I heart Ian so much it hurts.

  6. You: Give me enough tequila and I’ll get up there with you and dance.

  7. One of my favorite things to do is to see my kids dancing on tables. I worry about the daughter o’ mine, though, because I think the pole is just one step away.

  8. That is so funny! My son once when he was 3 and a half announced to my sixteen year old daughter as she was about to enter her bedroom “I didn’t take your money Aissy.” Hee hee.

  9. De in D.C. says:

    I love that he’s still at the age where he’s totally honest. I miss that stage.

  10. Hysterical. Love that he’s so up front about the mischief.

  11. You c an call me, 'Sir' says:

    You went downstairs after that, right? Seriously, how could you not reward that kind of honesty?

  12. How do you argue that with a straight face?

  13. Saw you on Blogrush…oh my gosh too funny. My son does the same thing and he is 10! He still tells on himself! Maybe it is a boy thing…Nice blog, glad I stopped by :)

  14. He is just so cute.

  15. Hahahahahaha! I just wish 5th graders were that honest.

  16. How very clever! Almost TOO clever….

  17. JamesMommy says:

    Ha! Yesterday’s conversation with my 2-year old….Me: “You better not be jumping on the couch” Him: (sitting down slowly) “Mommy, you didn’t see me jumping on the couch”.

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