• “Mama, you were not on our timeline, so we left without you.” Cassie, age 4
  • “Daddy doesn’t wear a bra. Daddy wears a penis.” McKenna, age 4
  • “Papa wears girl underwear. It’s just like mine, except that he doesn’t have Hello Kitty or flowers on them.” Cassie, age 4
  • “Last night I had a bad dream in my room and it followed me down the stairs, flew out the window, and it’s waiting for you in your car.” – McKenna, age 3
  • “I wish my throat hurt so I could get some attention.” – Cassie, age 5
  • “You’re late, and you need to go to time out. And you’re not invited to my birthday party anymore.” – McKenna, age 2 ½
  • “Mommy, don’t leave me in the bathroom. Because someone might see me and think, ‘oh my gosh, I want that kid!’ Cassie, age 4
  • “No, mommy. Don’t touch me.” McKenna’s first time putting two sentences together, age 2.
  • “You are being very bossy. And you are not the boss of me. I am the boss of myself.” Cassie, to Aunt Steph (age 4)
  • “At Playdate, a boy in an orange shirt called me a poop shark. I didn’t like that, so I threw balls at him.” –McKenna, age 3 ½
  • “You have pretty eyes. Do you have a husband?” Tara: “No, can you help me find one?” Cassie: “You can have my daddy.” Cassie, age 4
  • “I’m going to try these boobs on.” McKenna, age 4 (while putting on my bra)
  • “Mama, you look beautiful with makeup on.” Me: “How about when I’m not wearing makeup?” Cassie: “Not so much.” Cassie, age 4
  • “Meow. I’m a little kitty and I’m going to bury my cheese in this bed so no one will ever find it.” Cassie, age 3
  • “Mommy, don’t touch my buns while I’m eating.” Cassie, age 2 ½
  • “I can’t pick up my toys because my leg is broken.” Cassie, age 3 ½
  • “These jeans are ridiculous. They are NOT pretty.” Cassie, age 3 ½
  • “I’ll never forget you, mommy, even when you’re dead.” Cassie, age 5
  • “I can tell daddy’s a boy because he doesn’t wear earrings.” Cassie, age 5