JP: Nana, are you going to keep the Corvette now or are you going to sell it?
Me: I think I will keep it for now. That way I can take you for a ride in it.
JP: Papa let me drive sometimes.
Me: He did?
JP: Well, he let me put one hand on the steering wheel and help. But you don’t have to go real fast like Papa. It might make you sick.
Me: You’re so good to me! Did you like it when Papa drove fast?
JP: Yeah, we would yell “Whee doggies” and laugh!
A tough act to follow…
I’ve really been having grandchildren withdrawal symptoms lately! JP is in all day kindergarten now and does martial arts twice a week so we asked if we could pick him up after school Friday and have him overnight.
We had such fun playing games and watching cartoons, the requisite mac and cheese dinner and hearing jokes that only a kindergartener could appreciate!
Saturday morning he kind of strummed Papa’s guitar and sang a song he says he made up himself. If this is a real song from some television show, I don’t know it. And looking up “curious boys” online took me to places I didn’t want to go! Don’t look, just take my word for it!!
I asked him to sing it again so I could get the words down perfectly. He still cracks me up and I love him to pieces!
Once there was a curious boy
He wanted to know what the world was about
He asked his mom, he asked his dad,
And they had no clue!
This was a very short song but it stops right now!
JP: Nana, want to hear a joke?
JP: Why did the turtle cross the road?
Me: To get to the other side?
JP: No. We don’t know yet, he’s still walking!
(We went to the mall yesterday cause it was 92 degrees and it’s big and he can run off some energy. He loves the fountain!)
JP is our youngest grandson who turned five in September. He and his mom and dad lived with us while they were building their house a year ago. Though they’ve moved into their new house now, we still get to pick him up from preschool on Tuesdays and Thursdays and spend the afternoon with him. Next year he’ll be in kindergarten all day. He’s so full of fun and remarkably wise for his years!
For Blogging A to Z, I’ll be sharing some of our many conversations over the last few years. I hope you enjoy.
JP: Nana, grandsons can’t marry their grandmas, right?
Me: No, honey. But you wouldn’t want to anyway. Your grandmas are a lot older than you. And we’re already married to your papas.
Someday you’ll meet a nice girl and want to get married. And when you do, I hope you’ll bring her to my house and introduce her. You can say, “Nana, this is my girlfriend and we’re getting married.” And I’ll be so happy for you!
JP: I should probably say Diane, cause not everybody calls you Nana, right?
(That’s my boy, always thinking, LOL)