We were trying to teach Grant not to say certain words, particularly "Oh my gosh," and he replied, "Can I say 'Oh my nuts?' Or how about 'Oh my crap?'" Guess we need some more teaching(and me in particular to stop saying things like that /: He does say "oh nuts!" pretty often now, and that always gets a laugh when other people hear it.
One week he was being a terror and during every nap time, he would move around everything in his room(including his dresser, bookshelves, bed, and the twin bed that WAS in his room(we've since taken things out so he can't be such a destructo). The first day he did this, I went in to yell at him and he hopped back into his bed, and said "YES SIR OFFICER!! I had to try really hard to not laugh until I was out of the room.
One day at the grocery store I accidentally bumped into someones cart with mine and before I could even say anything, Grant said "Sorry!" But he said it kind of rolling his eyes like "sorry my mom is a loser and ran into you!" The lady and I laughed pretty hard.
Grant spit on the ground (NO idea why) and when I very sternly told him to get a rag and clean it up right away, he jumped to his feet, saluted me and said "yes SIR!!"
This is what we saw for a good hour one night before Grant finally gave in, pushed his BED against the door, crawled in and fell asleep. Apparently being sick has the opposite affect on him, since he was especially hyper all day. Also, while he was laying with his fingers under the door, he continuously said "come back horsey!" Because Cameron had given him a horsey ride just before bed. This kid will be the death of me...
Grant - "No, he's a monster"
Hillary - "What? Daddy isn't a monster?
Grant - "No momma, he really is a monster. He has to stay out there."