-my potty mouth son-

Who’s up for another round of spelling words with Wesley? I love when he hands me a new sheet of spelling word sentences. He’s definitely got a gift for making them interesting.

Warning: bathroom humor ahead.

The toilet’s capacity was 50 gallons. The toilet sounded as if it was chortling when it was clogged. The cat envied the dog because it was too small to drink out of the toilet. The man was exasperated when he flushed his mouse down the toilet. The poop was fortunate to be flushed down the toilet. The humiliated man made the toilet overflow. The toilet was an imposing figure to the child. Mice should be very meticulous when making the jump to adulthood over the toilet bowl. The toilet seemed petulant when it was clogged. The gnat had an overwhelming urge to get stuck in the toilet. But the reluctant fly couldn’t make himself go in. The problem with the toilet was resolved when I came to help. The emblem of the plumber is a toilet. The man lapsed slowly to sleep and dreamed of toilets. The toilet seemed indolent in flushing.

Wes – six years old and posing with wildflowers…


Fourteen and posing with a llama…



About ruthie.voth

Wife of one, mother of four, friend of many. Lover of details, color, good conversations, finding balance, and being honest. Passionate lover of a well-crafted sentence - even more so if it's witty. Weird blend of cynical optimist. I'm the worst kind of woman. I'm high maintenance, but I think I'm low maintenance. Somehow, people still love me. Must be grace.
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3 Responses to -my potty mouth son-

  1. joanne says:

    That’s our Wesley alright! He knows how to make assignments fun – for him and the teacher I bet!


  2. I hope his all his teachers have a sense of humor! That would totally make my day. (Although I might shake my head just a little and wonder about his mommy!) 😉


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