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Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Good, clean fun

The other morning as I'm getting out of the shower my phone is ringing. On the other end is the Primary President. (I'm one of her councilors, in case I never mentioned that.) She says "How was your shower?" I'm thinking to myself "How does she know I was in the shower?"

She then proceeds to tell me that she stopped by my house and Adam answered the door. She asked for his mom and he said "She's in the shower." So she asks if his dad is around, to which Adam replies, "He's in the shower, too."

Then Zoey, not wanting to be left out of the conversation I guess, says, "They're in the same shower."

At this point in the phone conversation the Primary President is laughing and giving me a hard time, all the while I'm freaking out "MY 4 YEAR OLD ANSWERED THE DOOR?!?!?!?!?!"

I need to have a serious talk with that child.

And when I'm done I need to have a serious talk with Zoey. I wondering what other family gossip she has let slip during sunbeams. One can only imagine....


HeidiPie said...

Scary there, both parts. ;) This is why I tell Allie every time I get into the shower. If somebody knocks on the door, come and tell me. Don't open the door. Hopefully she can't get out with the deadbolt, but she sure tries.

orangemily said...

Yeah Moira is tall enough to open doors now, it scares me!
I need to ask Zoey more questions to get all the good gossip!

Holly at Tropic of Mom said...

I used to watch my friend's two-year-old, and he would answer my door too! Yikes!

Annj said...

That was one of the funniest hings I have heard all week. Thanks for the gut buster.

Kristin said...

The environment thanks you for being more green by showering together! ;)

Ryan said...

Yeah, I can't tell you how many times a 2 year old answered the door on my mission, and I'd just want to tell them "Close the door so we can knock again! You're going to get in trouble for opening that!"