Wednesday, October 7, 2009

Her name is … what?

Some of you will remember my post about
Aston mishearing the words to a song

Well his younger brother and sister are following in his footsteps.

I loaded Brice and Cassy in the car yesterday and had this conversation:

Cassy: Mom can you play the song about the girl?

Me: No children’s music in this car

Cassy: It’s a radio song. About ‘love me – love me’ and then they say the girls name

Me: (wondering if she really thinks I have radio superpowers)

Brice: Oh, I know that song. Her name is Paparazzi.

Me: ?!

Cassy: Right. Papa-papa – rat- zi!

Brice: But it’s a boys name. They say, “I’ll follow HIM until HE loves me. Paparazzi.”

Cassy: I’m going to name my girl Paparazzi

Me: ?!

Brice: It's a boys name

Cassy: And my boy Pokerface

So, dear blog readers, if we ever meet in the future I may one day introduce you to my grandkids – Paparazzi and Pokerface!

9 comments:

  1. We have the same rule, kids music at home but not in the car so for now she doens't know there is a possibility of it. I had mommy sing go sana, I didn't get it but after awhile she said "put a bandaid on my knee" slowly I got it "oh Susanna"

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  2. Wow. Lady Gaga is probably going to be president at this rate.

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  3. Your grandchildren will be the only ones with those names in their classes, or not! :)

    My Youngest wants a pet giraffe. Seriously.

    Hugs!!

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  4. Well, your grandchildrens' names will be unique! My BIL once told my mom he was going to name a son, if he had one, Brick. I think he was pulling my mom's leg. He now has two sons and no Bricks.

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  5. That is a great story! I'm sure you were shocked, but it was so innocent and kind of cute. As of late, I had to start watching what I listen to around my 3-year-old too, she picks up everything even when I've barely heard it.

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  6. That last line made me laugh! haha!

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  7. OH ! Love it! Maybe they will be twins!

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  8. That is so cute... My youngest's middle name is Alfred - after his grandfather who passed away 3 weeks before I got pregnant. But he thought his name was "Elephant", so his nickname for the longest time was Alexander Elephant...

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