Oh baby, those memories come crashing throughPJ thinks I'm insane.
and I just can't go on without you.
Go on without
It's just no good without
Ha, you're very perceptive, Padraig.
Batman wants to know what we buried in the cornfield.
Perhaps I should tell him that it was loaded.
Speaking of evil things, Caleb switched gears this morning, telling me he wasn't feeling well, asking if we could defer Henry's dinner night to tomorrow (they go to a restaurant once a week or so and eat big huge hamburgers and talk man-talk). Fine. Need anything? No? Okay great, gtf away. I don't plan to message Caleb for the rest of the week. It's draining.
Henry was not impressed and thinks his father is lying because I am always nicer to Caleb when he's sick. He told Henry I was more cuddly and so I told Henry that yes, his father lies but only to be kind, like those lies we tell when we don't really like a gift or a food or a moment but we need to be polite and not hurt feelings. Henry then asked if PJ could take him out instead because PJ doesn't care if Henry gets mustard on his t-shirt and laughs way more than Dad. I said some dads just aren't that cuddly and Henry said that sucked.
Yeah it does. Come hug me. Better?
I'll always be cuddly for you.
Yeah but mo-om, you're like needy-cuddly. I don't mean to hurt your feelings though.
Gee, thanks, Bunny. Next time lie.
Will you check on Dad?
No. I'm up to my elbows peeling potatoes. Why don't you check on him?
Okay. Bye. Love you.
Love you too.
On his way out he asked if he could have ice cream after dinner. I said if PJ says it's okay then yes.
What if PJ says no? Can I override him with this conversation?
Aw. Okay, mom.