Thursday, March 19, 2009

Move over movers!!



Meet the imagination movers.

Scott, Rich, Dave, and Smitty.....comparable to the Wiggles although musical they aren't quite as British (or is it austrailian)and my gaydar doesn't go off quite as often.

Anyway, the movers have a show on Disney and they specialize in the business of solving problems.....

Like the one on their show this morning where they had a pumpkin that was too big to fit through the door, now it didn't take them TOOOO long to figure out HOW to fit it through the door, only 30 mins. That's pretty quick for a man. ;)

But my three year old, he must be a genius because within the first few mins of the show when they say "OH NO, how are we gonna get it through the door??" he turns to me and says

"Mooom, they cant get the pumpkin through the door......they should cut it up!!!"

In closing id like to say that maybe we should be in the business of solving problems......it would sure stimulate the economy if i could figure out how to say win the lottery or make money grow on trees.....



9 comments:

daniella said...

I love it! Kids always have such a way to put things into perspective for us. It makes us stop and say "why didn't I think of that?" It makes me think of that story about all these Harvard graduate CEO's taking a logical test that was given to a class of kindergardners as well. The CEO's flunked and the kids got almost a perfect score. One of the questions was "How do you get a real elephant in to the fridge?" Duh, you open the door and stick it in. But if it was your son in that class, he'd probably say "cut it up." :-)

Grand Pooba said...

Oh that cute kid! I want one of those! He is brilliant, just like his mama!

Kaycee said...

I watched that episode this morning. LOL Cami loves that show.
What a smart boy. :)

drollgirl said...

they should have more 3 year olds running the show in washington, for sure!!!

Tatersmama said...

LOL... That's one smart little boy you've got there!
The Wiggles are actually Australian... and even though my gay-dar goes off like a fire alarm too, they're all happily married.

KimmyJ said...

Your little guy is precious! Love the changes to your Blog!

Hot Tub Lizzy said...

Smartie!!! I love it when kids use their problem solving kids.

Essie went through a phase when she was about 4... she was TOTALLY in love with Dora, and Dora was always doing the "first we go to the purple mountain, then the swimmy swamp, and then to the Candy Castle".. and Essie would do this whole "it's time for bed! First I go to the Big Bookcase and then Candy Clock and then Boucy Bed. Big Bookcase, Candy Clock, Bouncy Bed.. .Big Bookcase, Candy Clock, Bounce Bed..."

Gosh... that seems SO long ago.

Lori said...

I'm doing a give-away..Please come by.. I'm getting ready to turn 40..:(

Toni said...

hahahah that's awesome. My daughter talked to them on the phone once