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September 29, 2009 @ 7:19 am | Filed under: ,

Jane shares my relish for a good little-kid story and often emails me choice snippets of conversations she has overheard. This one made me laugh out loud for real (LOLFR?).

Rilla, AKA ‘mommy’: “I want a lollipop!”

Beanie: “No, you’re too sick to have a lollipop.”

Rilla: “But I WANT one!”

Beanie: “Oh, fine, here’s one.”

Then she pulled out an invisible lollipop.

And Rilla said: “No! I want a RED one!”


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    sarah says:

    Lol!(fr!)

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    CL says:

    Lol!(fr!)