Tuesday, March 11, 2008

My son and lent...

Since Lent has arrived, JC has taken this opportunity to get out of doing or eating various things around the house. For example, "JC, why aren't you eating you Jell-o in your lunch?" "Mom, I gave sugar up for lent."


Later that same week I catch him eating Daddy's frosted animal crackers (yes dear, he ate the sacred stash). Quick to notice I had to question the sugar consumption that was taking place, "JC why are you eating sugar? I thought you gave that up for lent?" With out missing a beat he quickly replied, "Mom, I'm not Catholic anymore, I'm public!" "At public school I don't have to give anything up!"

There you go,if you ask JC what religion he is, he's Public...

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

I want to be public! I love that kid...

mb
xoxo

SJ said...

That's awesome!

Adventures In Babywearing said...

Oh my gosh that's hilarious!

Steph

chrissy said...

He's good! quick, that's a sharp guy you got there!

Stacie said...

Public rules ROCK ;)

I am going to do the same walk as you, maybe we will actually get to meet up. :)

Autumn said...

Hmmm, public eh? I may have to use that one. I bet those churches are fuuuuuuun!

The Flip Flop Mamma! said...

What a funny boy!

my wonderful men... said...

That's funny. He is quick with comes backs that's what counts. I wonder where public came from, the things kids say.

My son is not a sweet eater, he once told the teacher he was allergic to cupcakes so he wouldn't have to eat the birthday cupcakes. Of course I got a phone call - why didn't I put this on his card at the start of school? I had to explain it not a true allergy. Sweets just could make him really sick, that's probably why he said it for fear of throwing up in class.

Teena said...

He's a quick thinker! Ha!

Peanut Butter and Jelly Boats said...

So cute!

addhumorandfaith said...

I love it.

Mimi's Toes said...

This is the funniest story. He is a character....