Quentin Tarantino Strikes Again

Sorry for being the lamest blogger on the block. December is the worst, a whirlwind of birthday and Christmas and parents visiting and this year, our car blowing up.* But last night Charlotte was again possessed by the spirit of Quentin Tarantino, so I thought I should share it with you. OH, but first, here’s a picture from the girls’ impromptu birthday bash-n-burn.

Yup, we hit pinatas and made s’mores while wearing shorts in December. Welcome to Florida.

The Minions Tell More Jokes

Sienna: “Why does the cheetah always get caught?”

Me: “I don’t know, why?”

Sienna: “Because it’s…oh wait…what’s those things like polka dots? Oh yeah! Because it’s spotted!”

Me: “Hahahahahaha! Good one!”

Charlotte: “I have a joke Mommy!”

Me: *deep breath*

Charlotte: “Why does the girl wear a necklace and earrings?”

Sienna (who has clearly picked up on her sister’s morbidity): “Because it cut her neck off?”

Charlotte: *withering glare* “No, Sienna. Because it has sharp things on it.”


Charlotte: “And spiders.”


Charlotte: “And then she got runned over by a car.”


*Okay, so our car didn’t actually blow up, but pretty much. Well, it blew a gasket. I ♥ hyperbole.

  • http://www.thewinedarksea.com/ Melanie B

    Oh dear. Sorry about the car. Charlotte cracks me up.
    If it’s any consolation, yesterday my kids were playing Early Christian Martyrs and Bella was showing Sophie one of the stones that her sister was killed with. And week before last they were burning Ben at the stake. So we have our share of morbid play here too.

  • Dan F.

    Thanks for the laugh on a Friday morning

  • Aunt Sha

    One of our family’s favorite jokes this time of year from a sweet Catholic homeschooler niece around age 8. “Why did the reindeer cross the road?” Answer: “Because he wanted to prove to his girlfriend he had guts!”

  • Rebecca Fuentes

    My son drew a picture of a tank demolishing Mother Mary and Baby Jesus. He’s a charmer.