Jansen: "Mom, is the Pilot (our car) made of gray Play-dough?"
Me: "No, I don't think it is."
Jansen: "Is it?"
Me: "It's not, honey."
Jansen: "Is it made of gray Play-dough Mom?"
Jansen: "What I want to hear is yes.'"
Me: "Yes, Jansen, the car is made of gray Play-dough."
We have conversations like this all the time lately. Especially about what season it is right now. I am forever torn between answering the child with the truthful, logical answers or just telling him what he wants to hear and hoping it doesn't screw up his whole schema of the world.
His new favorite phrase, "Well in that case..." It's hilarious.