Doggie Drivers

Couple of kid stories:

Jack was wrapping up the Geography (or Jography, according to Blake) unit in his History lesson yesterday when he said, “If Alaska and Canada would move around so that Alaska is down here and Hawaii moved up to touch the other states, it really would be the *United* States… But then there wouldn’t be a neat place to go on vacation.”

We were driving home the other day when Blake started laughing loud and hard. I looked at him and Jack in my kid-view mirror, and Jack asked, “What’s he laughing about?” I didn’t know either. We finally got him to calm down enough to tell us, “That dog drivin’.” Apparently, he’d seen someone driving with a dog in their lap and he thought the dog was driving. He kept saying, “That so weird.”

(BTW, for those who are following the drama, Blake is now sleeping in underwear.)

4 thoughts on “Doggie Drivers

  1. It does seem a bit weird to me to have Alaska so far away. Growing up I never realized all the Canadian space between the main US states and Alaska. I’m sure my children would have enjoyed seeing a dog driving as well. So funny.
    Thanks for sharing on Throwback Thursday Blog-Style. So glad you stopped by. I can’t wait to see what you share this week.

    • Karen, I’m so glad you started this link-up! It’s so much fun to revisit old posts. I do actually have posts that aren’t about my kids, but my writing is rarely as good as what they come up with. LOL

  2. LOL It was pretty funny. His laughter was contagious AND his brother I were laughing at him. He's three, though, so I guess a dog driving is probably the wierdest thing he's seen so far. I don't know how well the dog is at using his signals. 😉

    Checked out your blog. Looks like one I could get lost in. 😉 So, of course I'm following now. LOL

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