God Save the Queen. From My Children.

This afternoon my kids were outside playing war games with the neighborhood posse of children.  My six-year-old son ran breathlessly inside and grabbed a drink of water.

"What are y’all doing out there?" I asked him, as he started to dash back out.

"Defeating England," he said.

Oh.

17 thoughts on “God Save the Queen. From My Children.

  1. hogphan says:

    You better remind him that England may be the only friend we have left. Tell him to take it a little easier on them the next time! πŸ™‚

  2. elizabeth says:

    It sounds to me like you all would enjoy reading The BFG by Roald Dahl this summer!

  3. bee says:

    Funny! While they’re kickin’ booty, maybe you could put in a suggestion that they take David Beckham as a POW & perhaps you guys could send him to a concentration camp here in Alabama!
    Just a suggestion…

  4. Coralie says:

    Just remind him that if they defeat England, they must then accept responsibility to benevolently rule her subjects – you know, Canada, Australia . . . πŸ™‚

  5. Babystepper says:

    Oh yeah. Love those totally random moments when you just have to stare in open mouthed wonder.
    Like the other day when I asked my 3-yr-old what he was thinking.
    “I’m thinking about triangles.”
    Fair enough.

  6. Gretchen Hanna says:

    I don’t know which tickles me more, “Sleeping Doody” or “Defeating England”. I have one of each gender, so I guess I’m partial to both. Very sweet.

  7. Alycia says:

    I can totally relate ~ that is so funny! It’s my first time leaving a comment here but just wanted to be sure to tell you that I am enjoying your blog! I hope to join in with WFMW next week! Blessings!

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