Sassy: No, If saw him, I’d punch him in the mouth and kick him in the neck.
Me: Ok…… well…uh that’s good, I guess. But you don’t have to worry about boogeymen because they aren’t even real.
Sassy: Yes he is.
Sassy: If the boogeyman comes to my room, I’ll spank his butt. ::giggles::
Me: Um, we aren’t supposed to use that word.
Sassy: I’ll spank his booty! ::moregiggles::
Me: Can you please not talk like that?
Sassy: Poop. ::LOTSOFGIGGLES::
Me: I said I don’t like that language.
Sassy: He’s a poopoo. ::uncontrollablegiggles::
Me: ::eyeroll:: BACK to the MOVIE. The boogeyman is not coming to your room, Mkay? So. Did you like Jack?
Sassy: ::giggling:: Jack said poopoo to the baby tooth.
Me: No he didn’t. Are you going to talk about the movie or poop?
Sassy: MOOoooom you aren’t supposed to say poop.
Me: ::headsteeringwheel:: Fine. Anything you would like to add about the movie?
Sassy: um, when I grow old like you, I’m going to be a guardian and beat the boogeyman.
Me: Okay, you can do that, honey.
And that pretty much ended the conversation. So not sure what you got from that, other than poop and potty humor are big time entertainment for the four year old.
But if you are worried about taking your kids, the movie was very cute. I actually loved it. I wouldn’t mind seeing it again. The boogeyman (a.k.a Pitch) was a little spooky, but she kind of digs that sort of thing so we didn’t have any nightmares or anything from it.
It was actually really funny. There were times when I was laughing out loud. We had a great time!
What good kid movies have you seen lately?