1.6-year-old Tripp: If I ever run for president, I’m going to vote for my opponent.
2.Stella bantering with her new stuffed toy: “You don’t like potatoes? I don’t like potatoes too!”
3.If I ever go missing, please follow my kids. They can find me, no matter where I try to hide.
4.4-year-old Auggie in front of boutique display mannequins: “Meet my new family, mom. They are the quiet people.”
5.Country song playing in the room: Rain makes corn, corn makes whiskey, whiskey makes my baby feel a little frisky.
6.A mom and her daughter Grace are folding clothes. Grace sings: “You gotta know when to hold them, know when to fold them…”
7.Don’t be so hard on yourself. The mom in E.T. had an alien living in her house for days and didn’t notice.
8.2-year-old Ty is pooping on a potty trainer and talking to his poops: “Have fun in the sewer!”
9.3-year-old Stella is eating sugary treats: “Mom! The sugar bugs in my mouth are laughing so hard right now!”
10.Dad: You and me are about to go out and have fun.6-year-old Clark: You and I, Dad.
11.4-year-old Avery knocks on an apple: “Helloo? Helloooo? I think this is a calapitter’s house, mom!”
12.4-year-old Clark: Eenie, meenie, miney, mo. Catch a tiger by his toe. You’re gonna be the one to be hit by a train.
13.3-year-old child: Mommy, I need to wear my goggles so I don’t have to see people.
14.Sick Benji, age 3: “Mommy, my nose isn’t working. I need a new one, please.”
15.Mom: It’s going to be a little chilly today, buddy, so you’re going to have to wear pants.
16.“Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover.” — H. Jackson Brown, Jr.