Squink: Mama, to find Jesus… You have to follow the sun.
Squink: Mama, there are sure a lot of white cars out there.
Me: I suppose there are.
Squink: Why do people buy so many white cars?
Squink: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11… 98, 99, 100, 1,000,000!
Mama, I counted to a million!
Me: You missed a few numbers there Squink.
Squink: No, I didn't!
Squink: Mama, can I help you get rocks out of your lard?
Me: Uhm, what?
Squink: Can I help you get rocks out of your lard?
Me: So, how do you do that?
Squink: You take rocks away from where plants grow so they grow better.
Me: Oh, you want to help get rocks out of our yard!
Squink: Yes, I want to help you get rocks out of your lard!
Squink: Mommy, I think you can make your birthday a different way.
Me: What kind of way should it be?
Squink: I say December 50.
Me: Well, December only has 31 days, so it can't be that way.
Squink: Yes it can, I'll make a machine and it's the law.
(engineer in the making?)
I replied by reading “Copyright two-thousand and two-thousand and six; Kidsbooks LLC”
At this point he interrupts me and says: “No, I want to know how old it is?”
S: Mama, You need to be a teacher. I told all my friends about you.
Me: What did you tell them?
S: I tell them that sometimes you're mean, and sometimes you're good. And sometimes you are a little bit scared… of machines. And then I tell them that they can over to my home,
S: I want to try salmon mama.
Me: Why is that, Squink?
S: Because they swim in the water and have a country. See, I learned
Me: You sure did, but what country do they have?
S: They have Norway and lox.