Sounds Like a Product I Could Get Behind

June 16, 2009 @ 6:57 pm | Filed under:

Rilla asked for something this afternoon, but I didn’t quite hear her at first.

Me: “You want a popsicle?”

Rilla: “No. A pie-cicle.”

Me: “A bicycle?”

Rilla: “NO, Mommy, a PIE-cicle.”

Jane, giggling: “What’s a pie-cicle?”

Rilla: “In the fridge!”

(She opens the freezer.)

Rilla: “Oh. I mean an ice cream cone.”


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  1. Penny in VT says:

    LOL – too cute – I love that age, seems like every time they say something it’s funny, cute or sweet.