Monday, August 26, 2013

I Just Couldn't Keep a Straight Face


Someone asked me this funny face was Photoshoped? I assure you it is not. I've been able to make this face since I was in the 6th grade. One time I made it, intending on making a little kid smile, or laugh. Well he started crying. Then I had to explain to his Mom that I made a face at him intending on making him smile. It didn't work. I felt awful. So...I don't make this face at random kids anymore.

To make the crazy lip face you take your top lip, move it to one side, bottom lip and move it to the other side, and softly bite down. I can make them move as well.

In all seriousness I had trouble keeping a straight face when I was talking with Isaak this weekend. It was more trouble with refraining on laughing my ass off; then making a silly face.

I was talking with Isaak about his friends at school. They now have names! They are no longer defined by their teeth color.

Isaak got in trouble on Friday. He squirted juice at his friend Jacob. He had to sit out on the bench at recess. Mica went up to Isaak and asked, "Why are you sitting on the bench, and not playing?" That's when Isaak told him about the juice. I don't know if Isaak would have told us about him getting in trouble, or not? Mica just blurted it out. Otherwise it may have gone under the rug, so to speak.

Well he was already punished. We didn't make too big of a deal out of the situation. We just talked to him.

Then Isaak said, "I better make Jacob an apology letter!" It wasn't our idea.

Isaak sat down and wrote, "Sorry squirtin Jacob I love you gjuice." He drew a picture, folded it, and put fake stamps on it.

Mica yelled out, "You can't say, 'love' in school Isaak!" Isaak said, "But I do love him. I love all my friends and family."

I just shook my head and said, "It's the thought that counts. If teachers are going to have a problem with it they can choose not to give it to Jacob." I wrote in Isaak's back to school folder that Isaak took it upon himself to write an apology letter to Jacob for squirting juice on him. The teacher can do as she pleases.

Isaak told me he has another friend he plays with at recess. Her name is Maddie. Now Isaak for the past year has said that he doesn't like girls. He only likes the girls he knows. Mica on the other hand never thought girls had cooties. 

I said, "What do you and Maddie play with at recess?" 

Isaak said, "Kitties! We play kitties. I just love kitties!" He let out a few purr sounds, acted like he was holding a cat, and petting it.

I just about lost it. I was fighting back laughter. Isaak didn't look pleased with the fact that I let out a chuckle. I tried my best not to laugh.

6 comments:

Lisa @ Two Bears Farm said...

They're so funny. Kitties :-)

JDaniel4's Mom said...

The boy next door loves to play kitty. It is fine with me as long as he doesn't rub against my leg.

~ Noelle said...

that is sweet that he wrote the letter...
lol. kitties.. broxton used to pretend we had a dog... lol

Theresa said...

Don't you love the after school chats? Really gives you insight to how their day went.

I admit, I tried to do that with my lips after seeing your pic. I'm not that good at it :S

My Journey With Candida said...

I would have lost it too when he started with the kitties!! LOL.. so funny.

Masshole Mommy said...

Bwahahahaha - kitties.

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