The day after I introduced him to the awesomeness that is the Snack Pack:
“Daddy, can I have a Snack Pack?”
“Maybe you can have one with lunch.”
“But it’s called a Snack Pack, not a lunch pack.”
Touche, little boy.
His doctor at his 3-year check up: “Are you in school right now?”
Riley: “No, I’m at the doctor.”
While playing with grandma and using the shape sorter from when he was a baby.
Grandma: “This shape is a…..”
Riley: “It’s a hexagon. YOU DON’T KNOW WHAT A HEXAGON IS???”
While patting Lola on the head, Riley tells her that we just bought her a new Nylabone at PetsMart.
“You like the sound of that, puppy?”
When I was incredibly pregnant, Riley said to my stomach:
“Do you want to come out, baby? Then Mommy won’t have a big tummy anymore.”
He also used to say the following to my stomach, regularly:
“Hi baby. I hope you have a good day!”
Then being the super big brother we knew he was going to be, he once said:
“Will the baby know how to walk when it’s born? I’m going to teach the baby how to walk.”
The above quotes are one of the many reasons parenthood is awesome.