Mom, I can say anything I want in my prayer tonight. Okay?
Looking amused I say, "Sure" (I never tell him what to say).
So in his prayer he says something like "Thanks that I wish there were no Moms and Dads so that I could do whatever I want."
Afterwards I said something like "You wish there was no me?"
And he says with a smile, "But I still love you Mom".
I think the next day in family prayer he added what he often does, "And thanks that I love Mom" so I can't be too worried, except that apparently he wants to do something I don't want him to do!
While we were at Lagoon (the amusement park) he said, "I wish I lived here!" Any time he walked past a ride he would say "That ride is my very favorite!", and as we were leaving and he was crying big, tragic crocodile tears, "But I didn't get to go on enough rides!" That is one boy who loves "Magoon".
Today he was hungry and he asked when it was time for lunch. I told him in about an hour and a half. About five minutes later he came back and said "It's been at least an hour and a half, is it lunch time now?"
It's always fun to see what Dan will say next.