Overheard on the Kindergarten Field Trip

Yesterday I had the privilege of chaperoning my son, along with the rest of his Kindergarten class, as they celebrated the end of the school year with a picnic. What follows are eleven actual quotes that I overheard the children say as I monitored them in the park. One of them was said by my son Edward. Feel free to guess which one.

  1. “I have four dollars in quarters. But someday I’m gonna get four more dollars, ¬†and then I’m going to have eight! Mwaaa-ha-ha-ha-haaaaaa!”

  2. “You look exactly like my dad, except he’s not wearing that shirt.”

  3. “Poison ivy has three leaves and it has acid that burns your face off.”

  4. “Hey, there’s my preschool. I used to go there a long time ago when I was a baby last year!”

  5. “Ahhhhh, the smell of fresh Doritos!”

  6. “Are you eating FOOD?! Food makes you POOP!”

  7. “The church is our friend, but it can’t take pictures of us because it doesn’t have hands.”

  8. “I don’t have a watch so I don’t know how many steps I’ve taken today.”

  9. “Good chocolate has milk in it and the bad chocolate has maple syrup in it. That’s something I just said that’s totally not true.”

  10. “Well YOU’RE mean for CALLING me mean, meanie!”

  11. “Now THAT was a field trip!”
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