Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Questions I have answered today:



- Why don't roosters lay eggs?
- What if me and God went to Yogurt Land and He said "What flavor should I get?"
- If you only ate fabric for a long, long time, would you die?
- What should you do if a tornado blows the roof off of your basement?
- Is there Lightning McQueen Macaroni and Cheese in heaven?
- Why isn't dad's job to kill bad guys?
- Why can't we drive on the sidewalk when nobody is walking on it?
- What if we put chapstick on a vulture?

No, I didn't make any of those up. If you happen to have answers to any of these, I'd be grateful. :)

9 comments:

reb-em said...

I think...and I'm just taking a shot in the dark, here- But I think if you put chap stick on a vulture, his lips would be moisturized and kissable.

Jamie said...

I'm a friend of Rebecca's and she led me to your blog. This post made me smile :) I have two boys ( 2.5 years and 6 months) and I cannot wait until I'm being asked these kinds of things! Your little guys sure are cute!

Shannon said...

AWESOME!! I'm coming up empty on answers except I'm pretty sure fabric is not a balanced diet so if you ONLY ate fabric for a long long time, you probably would die... Also, I think if you used chapstick with SPF the vulture might appreciate the protection from the desert sun. Sunburns aren't fun for people or vultures.

Heather said...

you guys are cracking me up!!! The answers are just as good as the questions! :)

Kayteedids Couture said...

Of course I'm just guessing, but I imagine the grand feast when we arrive in Heaven will include all types of Mac n Cheese, after all, it is God's gift to pasta! ;)

Heather said...

I agree Kate - and there shall be no more lactose or gluten intolerance! :)

Jen Mc. said...

Priceless! I'm going to have to read these to Keefe! :) I think Brett should get a job catching bad guys and making them put chapstick on vultures...

Jen Mc. said...

So reading those questions to Keefe was fantastic. He didn't see the humor in them and made comments like, "That is a good question!" and "Yeah, why not?" They are obviously still kindred spirits!

Kelli said...

Well, this post makes me feel better about the questions I get then...at least I know I'm not alone!
Emma (7) tells me she asks crazy questions because she just wants to know EVERYTHING and Oren (almost 6!!) is just so crazy and goofy that we never know what he's thinking.