It’s time for another installment of No Filter Friday. This is the time that I love to share things that Skylar has said or done that have left us red-faced, laughing, and sometimes speechless. If you are new to my blog or missed previous posts, you can click here for a complete list of No Filter Friday stories.
Skylar has always been a fan of superheroes. Who can blame her? Superheroes ROCK! She loves Superman, Spiderman, Batman, & Mr. Incredible. She definitely goes through phases of what she is obsessed with and during those phases that is what she wants to talk about. Today’s story is about one of those conversations.
A couple of months ago Skylar was sitting at the kitchen table while Chris and I were cleaning up the kitchen. The conversation started off with a simple question from Skylar:
Hey dad? What do you want to be when you grow up? (I thought it was funny that she was asking this as Chris is 39 and has been in the Air Force for over 19 years) The rest of the conversation was as follows:
Chris: Well, I am grown up and I’m in the Air Force. I’m not exactly sure what I want to do when I retire.
Skylar: When you grow up do you want to be able to fly like Superman?
Chris: No, not really.
Skylar: Do you want to be able to run really fast?
Skylar: Do you want to be invisible?
Chris: Not really buddy.
Skylar: What about smart? You wanna be smart when you grow up?
Chris: What?? You don’t think I’m smart now?
Skylar totally started laughing & said:
Daddy, you are so funny! So…do you wanna be smart?
So thankful for these sweet moments that we have with Skylar! I love her brutal honesty.
Hope all of you have a great weekend!
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