I should probably have titled this something else, since this year Thanksgiving was a relative breeze unlike the ghosts of turkeydoomsdays-past. We did dinner in the evening, rather than at lunch, so there was all kinds of prep time for the eleven-million courses. It's 10:35pm, and the last guest just walked to the car.
Highlight of the evening: my nephew(who will be 4 in 3 months) stopped in front of Grandma #2.
Grandma #2: You look awfully nice today. That shirt is sharp!
Nephew: YEA, IF YOU DON'T WATCH OUT, IT'LL CUT YOU!
He can't grasp the concept of what it means that I am his aunt(he also thinks I'm his sister because I'm his Daddy's sister), but at 3 he's already got a firm understanding of sarcasm. That's my boy!
Love that your gran is trying with the lingo. Your nephew sounds like my little brother at that age. The sarcasm only gets worse! lol. He's a teenager now and I can't keep up with him.ReplyDelete