Is it really a kitty?

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My husband had to remind me that I have not only post about what my son says but what I say too. I was five months pregnate in December and REALLY showing. The family decided that we would go out to the "Big City" of Idahofalls to catch the newly released "The Cronicals of Narnia". We had to drive the old highway to get onto the freeway. It took an hour to get there. The drive is beautiful in the winter. to see the resivoir covered in ice and snow and the farm land dotted with brown steer and their calves. I was getting emotional when I saw I brand new calf with its mother. I piped up in the silence of the car and said "Oh... look at those brand new kitties!"
My husband bursts into laughter that woke up our oldest son and my father looked at me and said "Don't you mean calves?"
"Oh yeah that's what I said those brand new calves."
Still to this day when we pass by a herd of cattle my family jokes with me and says look there's kitty.
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  1. SandyR's Avatar
    LOL! Ahhh the wonders of brain fog! I just this morning told a coworker that the coffee we have here tastes "acryllic". He looked at me strangley and said do you mean "acidic" because acryllic is a word that would describe art and not taste. I was thinking, duh! Of course I mean acidic. LOL. Too funny sometimes the way the words don't match the thoughts.
  2. potts77's Avatar
    LOL Yes sir I want to lick a painting of coffee.... that's too funny... I'm glad I'm not the only one that has a brain fart.... well I blame mine on the hair color... blonde.
  3. Millie's Avatar
    Oh how many times this has happened to me too. At first I thought I was really going mad or something, and by the looks given to me by people who don't know better you might as well think I was going mental. Foggy, indeed.
  4. ChelaHarper's Avatar
    This makes me giggle. I also have had these "moments" a lot lately. I keep saying things like pass my the dinner table instead of salt or saying things all jumbled like instead of saying "going outside" I'll say "soing outgide"...very embarrassing!