My kid says the darndest things: A little conversation with Little Boo

Me: “Little Boo, are you gonna come to the grocery store with me?”

LB: “Yeah, I come too! I help!”

Me: “What should we buy today? Can you ask Daddy what he wants for dinner?”

LB: “I want cake!”

Me: “You want cake? We can’t have cake for dinner. Can you ask Daddy what he wants to have for dinner?”

LB: “Daddy, you want cake too?”

LB and her cake

Cake. It’s what’s for dinner.

For the record, we had tacos.

*Photo credits: Little Boo’s gorgeous Hello Kitty birthday cake made by the talented Bev at Cake, Please!, her beautiful feather pixie crown is from A Tiny Arrow and her gold sparkle dress is from Pippy Lou Boutique.

9 thoughts on “My kid says the darndest things: A little conversation with Little Boo

    • Cake for dinner sounds good to me too, but I have read things in parenting articles that suggest that it might not be the best form of nutrition for your kids. They say something about fruits, vegetables, protein…

      • Noooooo! One of my earliest memories is a bday cake that my dad made me that was supposed to be healthy. It was made with vegetables and tomato juice or something. Even as a toddler I knew it was bogus and learned a valuable lesson: don’t mess with cake!

    • Strawberries make anything healthy. Champagne for breakfast may not sound responsible, but if you were to have champagne with strawberries… I think that very few people would question your judgement.

  1. haha! this makes me miss her 🙂 I think a sweet tooth runs in the family so you only have so long before the inevitable, which is not exactly cake for dinner… but cake before dinner. I totally remember mom letting us have dessert first every once and a while!

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