This is what it sounded like…

Warning: content maybe considered slightly gross (sorry I have boys)

Yesterday Zach and Casey John’s buddy from school rode home with us (he also takes karate with Zach) to play for a bit and then we met his dad just down the road at about 6:45pm. The conversation between those three boys in the back seat mostly went like this – “someone tooted” giggle, giggle. Something about burping, more giggling. Then Zach rehashing his bout with a stomach bug and “puking” in the van, then Chelsea licking that up (which he told me by the way I wasn’t supposed to know because dad said not to tell). More giggling. Followed by the boy part talk, followed by roaring laughter which had me wishing that I had ear phones and loud rock and roll music so I didn’t have to hear. So after the long hour 25 minute drive the boys played the Wii for about 40 minutes before their friend had to go. For the two minute ride to the store where we met his dad although they were still being silly and giggling Zach and his friend settled on the fact that they loved each other. You know like good friends do Zach said…. It was an “awwww” moment quickly followed by a “ewwww” moment as Zach proudly announced his “toots”. Sometimes I really wonder if girls are different.

Warning: content maybe considered slightly gross (sorry I have boys)

Yesterday Zach and Casey John’s buddy from school rode home with us (he also takes karate with Zach) to play for a bit and then we met his dad just down the road at about 6:45pm. The conversation between those three boys in the back seat mostly went like this – “someone tooted” giggle, giggle. Something about burping, more giggling. Then Zach rehashing his bout with a stomach bug and “puking” in the van, then Chelsea licking that up (which he told me by the way I wasn’t supposed to know because dad said not to tell). More giggling. Followed by the boy part talk, followed by roaring laughter which had me wishing that I had ear phones and loud rock and roll music so I didn’t have to hear. So after the long hour 25 minute drive the boys played the Wii for about 40 minutes before their friend had to go. For the two minute ride to the store where we met his dad although they were still being silly and giggling Zach and his friend settled on the fact that they loved each other. You know like good friends do Zach said…. It was an “awwww” moment quickly followed by a “ewwww” moment as Zach proudly announced his “toots”. Sometimes I really wonder if girls are different.

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