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Conversations With Jake: No Pizza For Daddy

Tonight was “take out night” in my house. It doesn’t happen very often anymore, so it was no surprise that Jake was thouroughly excited.

“I want pizza!,” he exclaimed.

“Pizza?,” I said. I wasn’t in the mood for pizza, and neither was my husband.

“Yes! I want the crunchy part. It’s my favorite.”

“The crunchy part?”

“Yeah. You take bites and bites, and then it gets crunchy.”

“Oh! You mean the crust.”

“The crunchy part.”

“Got it.”

“But what if daddy doesn’t want pizza,” I asked.

Jake seemed puzzled, as if it wasn’t possible that we did not want what he wanted. He thought for a few seconds, then acted.

“Daddy!,” he yelled.

“What?,” my husband answered.

“You don’t want pizza?”

“No. Daddy doesn’t want pizza tonight,” he replied.

“So, you’re going to stay home then?,” Jake asked.

*SIGH* If only everything was so black and white.


2 Responses

  1. Nice!!
    Good thing I drop by.

    Kids don’t get it don;t they.

    There is once i was playing a side scrolling game with my brother, it is called Ragnarok Battle Offline, quite a nice game though.

    There is 1 part where the characters would fall into a pit and meet a sub boss. The 5 years old kept bugging me and tell me not to fall into the pit. Such persistence.

    Maybe I would post my incident to my blog later though, LoL.

  2. he’s so cute.

    btw, i bloghopped from linkreferral and found your site.

    nice one!

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