As a single dad, Matthew Carroll didn’t always have someone to share in his frequent laughter and incredulity at the various things his daughter, Morgan, said. Hoping to document some of her best commentary, Carroll took to recording her choicest quotes on his iPhone when she was between the ages of three and five. He then compiled them chronologically in a small homemade volume for friends and family who, compelled by the hilarious and touching content, encouraged him to share it with a larger audience. Can I Sit on Your Lap While You’re Pooping? is the record of the hilarious, crazy, and touching pronouncements of a little girl, but it’s also the irresistible documentation of the love between a parent and child.
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Love this post!!!
Here’s one for you. My son at the age of 5 watching me change his new baby sister. He always wanted to watch me change her. Finally when she was about 3 months old he was watching me change her and finally said. “Hey mom.” “Yes Kevin.” “When is she going to grow a penis.”
hahahahaha thank you for this!