This conversation SERIOUSLY just happened on our way home tonight:
Baby Girl: Bubba...would you please not play video games during this campaign video I'm trying to make here!?!?!? Now...show us the loving brother please.
Baby Boy: I'm busy!
BG: Ok...how about show us the great leader?
BB: I'm busy!
BG: Bubba! You will never make class president like this! Now...tell the people what are your feelings on homework?
BB: (repeating his sister) I think the people should give less homework.
BG: Okay. Wonderful. What are your feelings about playground rules?
BB: (repeating his sister) It's either fun or safety. You can't have both!
BG: What are your choices of music for music class?
BB: (repeating his sister) Walk the Dinosaur, New Kids on the Block, Van Halen, and Contemporary Worship Music.
BG: Now, Bubba, how would you make school better?
BB: (repeating his sister) No homework. All kids can play videos whenever they want. All teachers can do whatever they want whenever they want.
So...upon arriving home and finishing up baths, Baby Girl informs me that she would like to make a campaign video herself. I tell her I'm gonna jump in the shower for a bit and she informs me: "Ok. I'm just gonna make a list that will help with our campaign video."
Seriously, ya'll...there are probably 30 topics of debate on the list. The top of the list says "The Fight for Kids". So, I become both videographer and debate coordinator. I chose just a few of what looked to be my favorite topics that I was waiting in anticipation to hear her campaign speech on.
And now...for your viewing pleasure...