Have you said something silly? That makes no sense? Or it could make sense but not at the time of day or the place when you said it?
Well I have! And it is happening more due to kids, being super tired and on the go all the time!
The other day hubby said this:
“I vacuumed the backyard and it is looking good”
Now I don’t know about you but most men or women don’t use a vacuum to mow their lawn. A mower is the tool of trade and it does the job quite nicely.
Maybe hubby knows something we don’t. The vacuum must put the finishing touches on his perfect lawn and makes it look amazing.
As soon as this came out of his mouth the kids could not stop laughing and I of course got the giggles. He was obviously very tired to be saying this.
Or maybe he wanted to vacuum as well? I will not stop someone who wishes to do more housework.
Earlier this week after I got home with kids from school I said the following:
“Get your luggage out of the car”
Then I got this reaction.
Lillian told me, while laughing.” Mummy you are tired! They are not our luggage, there our school bags!”
Maybe I was tired, but it does feel at times that I have heaps of luggage in the car.
And there is this one that I said when kids started pre-school and sometimes still do it now and they are in grade one:
Saying “Good night” when dropping kids at school.
Yes I know they are at school but maybe I have wishful thinking. Maybe I will get a nap or they will have a rest too? It does show that I am tired or brain is elsewhere.
Have you done this too? What is the weirdest thing you have said to the kids or someone else? Did you think it was a sign you needed to go back to bed? I do at times.
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