Apr 13, 2009

Happy Easter from Sam


In the middle of church today, right during a really quiet part, Sam made sure to let everyone know that he needed to go poop. He then got a lot of mileage out of another more descriptive potty word, one that is very similar to the word diorama. For some reason he felt compelled to say it over and over and over again. I'm sure it gave everyone warm and pleasant Easter thoughts. Though I'm not sure if this is a step up or down from a few weeks ago when announced very loudly, "Awwww, I don't like church!" Whatever the case, this kid doesn't keep his feelings locked up inside.

Thanks for sharing Sam. Inquiring minds wanted to know.

9 comments:

aimee heff said...

Wish you guys were sitting in the usual back so we could've partaken of this delightful Easter message from Sam. That is too funny! That is why we sit in the back so we can hear funny comments from Sam.

P.S. The choir sounded great today! Good job rocking it up there.

Katy said...

Man, I love stories like these. Maybe I won't like them so much when they are coming from my own kids, but for now, thank your children for providing so much entertainment in my life.

Bob & Kristy said...

Now see, this is a great example of why, whenever I've heard an expert say you need to teach your children the correct names of body parts from the very earliest age, I just think, "You DO NOT have children".

And I really like your Cowbell flair.

Denise and her 4 Boys said...

That is great! Mason and Ty are the same way, but Ty is really bad. He is potty trained for the most part, but when we are not at home he wears a pull up in case of accidents. Well, when he says he needs to Pee, whether he really does or not, we better take him because he is going to yell it until we do. I am glad that we aren't the only ones with kids who need to announce so loudly that they have to go to the bathroom.

Neva said...

I'll never forget when Ella said "What the bloody hell was that?!" VERY loudly in front of some old people during sacrament meeting. It was really my fault for letting her watch too much American Idol, I guess. In that moment, I wished I had never taught her to speak.

Eric and Brandi said...

I miss Sam and his cute words!

Carrie Beckstead said...

Donna - Your Sam is too funny! I wish I was there to hear it. If only we were in the same ward. Our families could provide a lot of entertainment. Last week we were making so much noise that one of the senior missionaries came over to our pew offering her help.

Anonymous said...

Aw, Sam....he is going to be very much like his big sister, Mia. Now you will have two that provide us with so much entertainment! I can't wait for your next Christmas letter and all the wonderful quotes. Loved your opening picture of Sam. What beautiful eyes! Grandma

John Hatch said...

HaHaHaHa! That is hillarious, well, not for you anyway.