Specifically at 3:13. Harry Caray talks about Mad Cow disease and then asks Jeff Goldbloom, "Your thoughts?"
This. This phrase has been repeated by Jamie so.many.times I cannot even tell you how often I've heard those words come out of Jamie's mouth in the last few years of our marriage.
My 2 year old Noah turns to me and says, "Your thoughts, Mama?"
He just asked me for my thoughts.
Of course he did. Of course. (And he continues to ask me for my thoughts at the most random times which completely throw me for a loop and make me laugh every.single.time.)
And on another funny note of things Noah has said...
Today I was helping him look for 2 cars he got yesterday (and has misplaced already...any of our party guests know where Noah put a black police car "the Sheriff" and a yellow car - both Pixar cars) and as we were tromping upstairs and I said,
Do you remember where you put them in your room?
Noah pauses and then says,
Um, I have to think about it.
Oh that kid.
I mean, it doesn't sound that bad when you read it typed, but when you hear your little two year old say those words...it just sounds so adultish coming out of his mouth.
And then today when he already had us laughing at something he was doing he turns to us and says,
Oh my gosh!
Of course it doesn't help that neither Jamie nor I generally have a very good capacity for holding in our laughter which of course communicates to Noah that this is a funny thing to say that gets him lots of positive attention.
Being a parent sure is fun, but sometimes it's hard to have to be "the responsible one" (and realize that saying things like "Shoot!" or "Crap" or "Oh my gosh" WILL be repeated if you repeat them enough times).