Thursday, January 24, 2008

What is the...

...Deal?

I can not seem to finish a sentence today. Three times, three, Ella has finished my sentence for me today.

Me: Evan, eat your......
Ella: Muffins, Evan.

Me: Hold on, I need to answer the.....
Ella: Phone, mom.

Ella: Mom, my feet are cold.
Me: Well, you need to put on some......
Ella: Socks.

What is the deal? I can't finish a thought or a task, and now I'm lacking in the basic sentence department.

I must have left my brain sleeping on my....

zzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzzz.....

...pillow this morning.

Off to find a Red Bull.

6 comments:

Are You Serious! said...

My daughter does this all the time. Although it's usually when I'm reprimanding one of the other kids... Drives me crazy!!!

Angie said...

I can't seem to get a... "No, honey you can't go to a friends house after school today"... complete sentence out either.

Mine is not from... "Quit hitting your brother!"... children finishing them for me.

I am still trying to identify exactly... "GET DOWN FROM THERE!" ... why I have an inability to speak ... "Honey, I will play with you when I am finished"... an uninterrupted sentence.
KEEP BELIEVING

Michelle said...

Hi Tina, wait until she turns 13! She will not only finish your sentences, she will think your thoughts for you.

I was wondering about you. I also have an accounting degree, and I am a working mom, with not one single artsy cell in my whole body. I always attributed it to my analytical number skills. Thanks for blowing THAT theory out of the water. Now I will just have to acknowledge that I am an artistic flunkie! lol. I guess I will never figure out how the human brain works (least of all a teenagers brain, ugh)

I like your blog.

utmomof5 said...

It is all those brain cells we have lost from to many episodes of Dora or Elmo or whatever. Needless to say you are not... alone. I was waiting to see if someone would finish my sentence for me. =)
Christina

The Boyds Family said...

LOL! It is SOOO funny that you posted this today - check out my Boyd's Babblings post and you'll see why...HA! HA! HA!

I have come to the conclusion that it's a full moon.

Noodle said...

My 9 year old does that all the time! Of course, I can't blame him, since I usually can't remember the word I need either!