Caleb has been on a kick recently where he wants to buy his lunch at school instead of taking it from home. "I want to be lunch money today," my little kindergartner says. Happy to only pack one lunch instead of two, I gladly give him the $1.60.
We were surprised yesterday when he said that he wanted to "be lunch money" when we told him they were having fish. So when I picked him up yesterday afternoon, I asked him how he liked lunch.
"It was great!," he exclaimed.
"Really?," I asked.
"Yes. It was a fish what was a square, and I put ketchup on it and ate the whole thing!"
"Great!," I said in a bit of disbelief.
"And it was in a booger."
"It was in a booger!," he repeated.
Laughing, I had to ask him to explain himself.
"Well, not like a booger what's in your nose. Like a cheesebooger!"
I could hardly stop laughing.