Their imagination is often big and bizarre. And I love it!
This was the conversation at the 5K the other day.
Mr. Happy: "Oh, look. I think that is the dude who works at the Bingo place." (What!?)
Me: "You play Bingo?"
Mr. Happy: "Well, yeah. It is a lot of fun and you can win money."
Me: "Are there other people your age? And have you won any money?"
Mr. Happy: "Just my friend and I go and we haven't won anything yet but I did help this old lady once when she didn't realize she had Bingo already."
So, while some kids are playing video games or sneaking alcohol out of their parent's liquor cabinet, my son is playing the Bingo. With little old ladies.
Mr. Funny will be going to an Honor's Program this summer for 6 weeks and he is getting so excited about getting all his stuff together. He'll be living on a college campus in a dorm surrounded by other
As he was gathering the items on his packing list, Mr. Funny suddenly turned to me and asked (with excitement), "Should I take my horse mask?"
Me: "You have a horse mask?"
Mr. Funny: "Yeah. I keep it in the car just in case." (In case of what?!)
All I could do was stare and then laugh.
And hell yeah, he should take it!