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Me: Then why do you keep putting her in your bed?
5: Because I love her.”
Me: Have fun.
5-year-old: Then why am I here?”
7-year-old: Where were the queens?
Me: Back at their castles.
7: Taking over for good.”
Imaginary crime doesn’t pay.”
5-year-old: Is it Christmas?!
5: *goes back to bed*”
Me: You can't be a monkey.
5: *enraged monkey shriek*”
3: *points to pig* That's my pig.
3: *points to me* You're my person.
I'll take that.”
5-year-old: Maybe not. We were pretty bad.”
7-year-old: Girls can't be handsome.
Me: Then what are you?
7: He was born on Christmas.”
3-year-old: A nutcracker.
3: To crack nuts.
Me: How do we play?
5: Give me a snack.
Me: Then what?
5: I win.”
Me: Is that this month?
5: *death stare cold enough to freeze fire*”
Me: That's right.
7: But he can still stop here if he wants to.”
Me: What about the rest of the time?
5: Boys are really bad.”
5-year-old: Good job! That's a big number.”
Me: She's better at it.
5: What are you better at?
Me: Unwrapping them.”
5-year-old: We didn't even learn!”
She summed up my entire life.”
Me: I make the rules, not the calendar.
Me: Mom said it was okay.”
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