Thursday, November 3, 2011


Welcome home kids!  I hope your day at school was a good one!

In an effort to serve you better, I have compiled a list of your frequently asked questions from each every day and I have provided the answers so you won't have to ask.

In fact, please don't ask.

Thank you.

~ the Management

Q. What's for dinner?
A.  Tonight?  Stuffed red peppers, salad and french bread.  Tomorrow will be different.

Q.  Do I have to eat that?
A.  No.  Tomorrow will be different.

Q.  When is dinner?
A.  When Daddy gets home.  Same as every night.

Q.  Can I have a snack?
A.  Snack?  Yes.  Small meal?  No.

Q.  What can I have for a snack?
A.  Apple, grapes, crackers, granola bar or a glass of milk.

Q.  Can I have a bowl of cereal?
A.  No.  Please see above.

Q.  Can I put on a leotard?
A.  Sure.  If you get cold, please put on more clothes.

Q.  Hold me?
A.  Just a minute ... let me get this in the oven.

Q.  When is dinner?
A.  Hmmm ... please see above.

Q.  Can I do some screen time?
A.  When your homework is done.

Q.  Where is my homework?
A.  Have you checked your back pack?

Q.  Where is my back pack?
A.  Please go to the van and retrace your steps.

Q.  Hold me?
A.  Yep ... just a sec.

Q.  Where is Aaron?
A.  Looking for his back pack.  Check the van.

Q.  Can I take five to check TapZoo?
A.  When your homework is done.  Still.

Q.  When is dinner?
A.  Same as above ... unless I spend the afternoon answering this question.

Q.  Have you seen my book?
A.  Check the library book shelf.

Q.  Can I get on the computer for a bit?
A.  When. Your. Homework. Is. Done.  Please get a job from the "Great Learning Box" ... and stop asking.

Q. Hold me?
A.  I am holding you.

Q.  It says, "Tidy Family Room".  Which one is that?
A.  Aaaaaaahhhhhh!  You have lived here almost your entire life!  The Family Room is the one with the fire place!

Q.  I still can't find my book ... have you seen it?
A.  Have you checked the library shelf, your school box, your bedroom or the living room?

Q.  Which one is the living room?
A.  twitch, twitch, twitch ... That room over there.

Q. Where are the pencils?
A.  In the pencil cup.

Q.  What's for dinner?
A.  Food.

Q.  Where's Mom?
A.  ... silence ...

Q.  Has anyone seen Mom?
A.  No ... but there's a light coming from under the bathroom door.

Q.  Mom!  Are you in there?
A.  No.  No one in here.  Be on your way, please.

Q.  Uh ... can I have a snack?
A.  hysterical laughter ....

 1 Children, obey your parents in the Lord, for this is right. 2 “Honor your father and mother”—which is the first commandment with a promise— 3 “so that it may go well with you and that you may enjoy long life on the earth [and so your mother won't hide in the bathroom all day].”  (Ephesians 6:1-3, expansion mine)

Prompt #2 ~  Create an FAQ page about yourself that answers frequently asked questions.

Mama’s Losin’ It


  1. This is hysterical! I love it! You are pure genius....and a saint!!!!

  2. Ha ha! I love this take on the prompt. I could write at least 50 question my boys frequently ask me!


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