I LOVE LIAM!!! Just sayin.He's a smart kid.
AND I WAS FIRST!!!!
And 2nd and 3rd!!
Ok. I'll be 4th too, but let someone else round out Top 5.
I can't tell you how many times light of my life has covered my mouth when I was singing in public. Of course, my mother and everyone else (including strangers) does, too. I wonder if they're trying to tell me something.
The Dark Side alone covers just about anything that can pop up in the teenage years. Good call on the Star Wars.
2nd attmept at this comment....At least you get a courteous cover of the mouth, I get "AAAAARRRGGHHHHH" from Sneaky Monkey. These kids don't know talent if it bit them in their diapers! (That is of course if Liam is in diapers which I cannot state as I do not know for fact - if he is not, good for you!!!! wanna potty train mine? - I have only been successful potty training 1 boy, the others are still in diapers)
whew!!! it went through!!Wow!! 7th & 8th!!! Top 10!! Aweseome!
TOP 10, BABY!!!!!Use the Force, Rudolph...
OK....I will try you.How does Santa get all the toys into one sleigh? Does he use the force?
What a sweetheart! Liam that is. Not that your not but......I'll shut up now.Explaining stuff to kids; use whatever works. LOL
How bad IS your singing?!
I have to use Pokemon references. In our world Santa is legendary... you know not just your ordinary Pokemon power kind of Santa but legendary power kind of Santa.
Star Wars does work for everything. I gotta make my kids watch that. Caroline asked the same thing and I just tell her that he's magic. That's also how Santa can be at the mall while performing his North Pole duties at the same time. Magic. I wish I had thought to say, "Jedi."
love that he's wearing a lululemon toque. ;)
My kids just overtly cover their ears when I start to sing...rude little bastards ; ) And I have found for my kids I just say "cause God made it that way" I am assuming that could work with Santa Claus questions too.
Very funny!My daughter does the same thing, the little hand clamps over my mouth when I start beltin' out the showtunes. What, you don't like showtunes?
You can only *bark* Jingle Bells so many times....then it just gets Old.
Ok, I've got a question.Where does the reindeer poop go?
Got the same Q this year. To which I answer "magic". Makes em shut it every time. Never question the magic.
The Jedi Force/Power is an answer in my house daily.. :) I am loving the new Star Wars era we have begun.. :)
Liam comes by it honestly. I don'tsing in public, only because of thetrauma caused by my children in earlier years. Yes, even Cpt. D.was cruel, I was not allowed to even listen to a Christmas Carol until December 24th each year.If I tried to sing around the house, it was looked upon as abarbaric punishment for somethingthey had done. I had almost recovered when the first of my grandchildren, puttheir hands to my mouth and said,"no, no singing, please!"but NOW I have a electric organand I will sing and play Christmassongs for him, over and over and over and over.l
Ok, you may be able to help me out here. Since I am on the verge of having to have "the talk" with our ten year old, tell me how do you explain where babies come from in Star Wars speak?
Liam rocks. What a cutie. My kids tell me not to sing all the time, even though I have an AWESOME voice.they just don't know what they are missin...
you save the singing for later embarrassment in the 'teen' years. ;)very cute pic :)
OK. How about: Why does Janna have two mommies and Baxter have two daddies and Dash has just a daddy but I just get one of each? Cuz by the time I got through my little "families are more about love than being just like all the other families" schpiel, his eyes had rolled back in his head and his brain exploded. I need the 3-word Jedi answer, please.
haha That's an awesome photo of you two. LOVE it. Star Wars, my kids are so into it right now.
A wise lad Liam is. And an ear for music has he. (grin)Hey, any Star Wars wisdom on the event of losing one's job? I don't have any of the movies on disk, so I can't check. Let me know, O Jedi!
That picture is SO CUTE! Love it. The force is clearly strong with that one ;)
Hey Jerlyn! I have an electric organ, too! Well, battery powered, actually. That seems like kind of a weirdly personal thing to mention on your son's blog, but maybe things are different in Canada? Oh, and I don't know how to get Christmas carols out of mine!
Cameron- smoke and mirror, friend. Santa's bag is actually hiding a small hyper-drive engine. None of the presents actually leave the North Pole until Santa is in your living room where he waits for an elf to fire them through.
In LA we have Hot Santa with his washboard abs and Ana says Sienna our daughter wants to see Santa but I think Ana my wife wants to see Santa six pack.I'm a smart, smart man.
Liam is awesome. I just love using Star Wars to teach my boys the ways of the world.
FINALLY an answer to that question that makes sense. I've been asking it since I was six.
That picture is great. I've never thought of the Jedi angle.
I think there's a poster out there about "Everything I learned, I learned from Star Wars". Too funny.
When I was a kid I used to INSIST my parents not have a fire in our fireplace on Christmas Eve. I was afraid Santa wouldn't come if the chimney was hot!
THESE ARE NOT THE DROIDS WE"RE LOOKING FOR...must be your Jedi Mind Tricks...I will have to remember that when my wife asks what's in her stocking.
That is so awesome! I just want to know where Santa keeps his lightsaber. And he better not have a purple Mace Windu gay light saber either. It better be blue or green!
awesome picture. and jedi's are awesome. taught him well, you have.
I came to your blog through a friends and follow you on twitter - I think the force answer was great - as you can probably tell, the force is strong in my house, except for the kids tend to lean toward the darkside.Yours is a good blog - thanks for sharing it.
that picture's adorable.
You should have hummed the Star Wars theme, Jedi Claus appropriate.
Come on, sailor. I love you long time.