-- "I spy." (In sort of a raspy voice) *ahem. Cough* "I spy. There we go."
-- "I had a good dream and a bad dream. Two dreams. The good dream was about we went on a walk and went to fweet frog. The bad dream was about I got in a fight and was on a horse. We were fighting and then we went to fweet frog."
-- Joshua: (When he woke up) DAD???
Me: Daddy's at work, bud.
Joshua: I know. I said it just in case.
-- Me: Josh, come take your Benadryl, please.
Me: Yep, it will help your itchies. (chigger bites are torture!)
Joshua: I'm gonna turn into a Venadryl!
-- "It's a catesuit!" (Suitcase)
-- "What day is my catch up at the doctors?" (Check up)
-- Joshua: Mom, can we watch that movie tonight?
Me: No, I don't think so. It's pretty late.
David: Josh, what did Mommy say?
Josh: Ok. Just think about it.
-- Joshua: What kind of shoes does God wear?
Me: I don't know.
Josh: Does He wear shoes?
Me: I don't know. I've never seen God.
Joshua: How does your body get to Heaven when you die? Does it go up in the sky? Maybe a space shuttle takes it up there.
Me: Your body doesn't go to Heaven. Just your soul does.
Joshua: What is a soul?
Me: Well, it's kinda complicated but it's the part of you that makes you Josh. And my soul makes me who I am. And when you die, your body stays here and the part that makes you alive goes to Heaven.
Joshua: But what do people in Heaven look like?
Me: I don't know. The Bible says we get new bodies. Bodies that don't ever get sick or hurt. And they're healthy and strong.
Joshua: Oh. That's cool.
-- Joshua: Where are you going?
Matthew: On a date.
Joshua: I wanna go.
Matthew: It's a romantical date. Just for me & Mae Mae.
Joshua: I'm a man!
-- Referring to Dixie (my parent's dog) "I'm her boy. And she's my girl."
-- After Dixie laid down and yawned: "My girl is sleepy!"
-- Joshua overheard me talking to Mama about not resting well the past few weeks and he asked:
Josh: Is Daddy sick?
Josh: Why isn't he resting well?
Me: He is. I was saying that I haven't been resting well but it's not because I'm sick.
Mama: Josh, that's good that you hear 'not resting well' and put that with being sick. Your inferencing skills are out of this world!
Josh: They're amazing?
Mama: Yes, they're amazing.
-- Two people were baptized the other night at revival (Praise God!) and Josh always asks a lot of questions when he sees someone be baptized:
Josh: Are they gonna get in that water?
Me: Yes, that's what you do when you get baptized. (And I explained the whole thing.)
Josh: When they come out will they be white? Or blue? Or purple?