Haha, kids are a hoot! You should have told him everyday is kids day! Geesh as much as we have to dote on them! lol
They celebrate "Girls Day" and "Boys Day" in Japan. It's a really cool tradition!
Tell him, "Every day is Kid's Day, buddy!!"
Wow. Way to read the title, huh? I'm a dork.
So cute! Hey, I tagged you. If you've got too much on your plate and can't get to it, don't worry about it. :-)
Yeah, my parents used to do the "everyday is kids day" line... So cute though!!!
I ditto the EVERYDAY is kid's day line...:-)That's cute...
Yup, once I asked my dad when it would *finally* be Kids' Day and he gave me the age-old "every day is kids' day" line. I thought that was a horribly mean and sarcastic thing for him to say! I had to do dishes, and everyone knows you don't have to do dishes on "your" day.
We all asked that question! I finally got tired of my kids asking so I did create a "special day" for each of them. We would celebrate 1/2 birthdays until the time they were about 8 or 9. On their "special day" they got to decide on activity to do and pick one meal. I figure that's pretty good...I still have to cook on Mother's Day!Kathy
My folks used to answer that way, too. EVERY DAY is kids day they would say. =) I thought I was getting jipped when I was a kid.
So cute! Kids come up with the cutest things to say.
He should have said every other day! At least thats the way it is in our house with only Bubbie! Spoiled shall we say?!
We celebrate the Japanese girl and boy days, so there's an answer for Noah, if you like.
Very cute! Sometimes I wish I was able to record all the cute things my kids have said. I would love to be able to go back and hear it in their own little voices.
In Belgium/Netherlands/northern France/ some of Germany, we celebrate "Sinteklaas" or "Saint Nicolas". He's the saint for the children and brings them toys on December 6th via the chimney. The children need to put a shoe out with some sweets for the horse that carries Sinterklaas. The Dutch immigrants in New York brought their Saint Nicolas tradition with them...and it slowly spread and transformed in Santa Claus :).
cute boy. Sounds like he was so serious, too!
It sure is every day!
Silly boy, doesn't he know kids' day is every day including Mother and Father's day! That is pretty funny though, such an honest question too.So glad to hear your niece is doing better. It's always a very good thing when no surgery is needed.
Hahahaha! I asked my parents the same question when I was a kid. You know what they told me? Christmas!
Your comment is gonna totally make my day!