Friday, August 22, 2008

Quality Time with the Grandkids

My in-laws are visiting. Since they live across the country, we only see them once or twice a year.

For the last 3 days Grandpa has not been feeling well and has spent a few days sick with a stomach bug.

On Thursday he was finally feeling well again and was eager to spend time with his grandkids.

Not sure how eager he is to spend time with the kids today after a few comments from my peanut gallery yesterday.

While playing by the pool Anderson commented, "Gandpa! You have boobies, just like Mommy!"

While eating a lovely spaghetti dinner that Grandpa made DJ comments, " Grandpa, you are a terrible cook. This is really yukky!"

Insert nervous, embarrassed daughter-in-law laugh here...

14 comments:

A. & J. said...

omg! yikes. Don't you wish that life had a rewind button sometimes?

A Buns Life said...

I'm not sure who should be more embarrassed...you or him! Do you really want boobs like your father-in-law? :)

wheelsonthebus said...

Nice. Really nice.

Melissa said...

LOL! Ouch!! Thankfully, grandparents are made of thick skin...well, they raised us, didn't they? ;)

Nissa said...

Haha- you just cannot predict what will pop out of kids' mouths. No matter how much you think you have them trained!

Kathryn said...

Oh dear. Welcome to life with small children, Grandpa! ;)

imbeingheldhostage said...

The great thing about getting older is that you only remember the smiles and the laughs-- what uncomplimentary comment lead up to it is gone in seconds :-)

Tara R. said...

Awww... kids really do say the darnedest things.

InTheFastLane said...

gotta love the kid comments!

Veggie Mom said...

Kids say the darnedest things! But you can just play it off, and hope you FIL has a sense of humor, right?

forgetfulone said...

Come on over and grab your award!

Mighty Morphin' Mama said...

Oh, poor you! Kids are way too honest sometimes. Hope the rest of the visit goes nicely!

Motherhood for Dummies said...

oh I hope that he is feeling better now :)

OHmommy said...

Ha.

That is great. I sometimes wish I had a rewind button on my kids too. LOL. They do say the dranest things, don't they?