Now that we’ve got that cleared up …

It’s closing in on noon and I still haven’t had breakfast yet.

I head to the kitchen to make a small snack and Juno inevitably follows, resulting in the following conversation:

Juno: I can have a piece?

Me: No.

Juno: Please, I can have a piece?

Me: No.

Juno: I want a share!

Me: No. You had breakfast already; I didn’t.  This is my breakfast and I’m not sharing.

Juno: I can have a taste?

Me: No.

Juno: A little of a taste?

Me: NO, Juno. Is this some kind of a test to see how many times I can say “no?”

Juno: It’s a test of saying yes.

 

Comments

  1. That’s beautiful! Love it!!

  2. Hahahahaha!!! Thanks for the giggle.

  3. Persistence is the key!

  4. HA!HA!HA! that sounds just like our house.If you eat a snack, and put it down on the table for a few minutes it’s gone. You can’t make a bowl of cereal without the fear of someone eating it!!!!!!!

  5. Lol!

  6. I remember those days – they think… if I keep asking I’m bound to get a different answer :)

Three plays you’d swear were written for Canada’s Parliament. Though I’m pretty sure they weren’t.

Three plays you’d swear were written for Canada’s Parliament. Though I’m pretty sure they weren’t.

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