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House of Butter and Other Imaginations

"Wouldn't it be funny if..."

This is my son's favorite way to start a conversation.

I love that his personality lends itself to verbalizing every imagination. I love getting a glimpse into his little wondrous mind.

So I chronicled my favorites over the last year.

Bubba's Top Ten "Wouldn't It Be Funny If...?" List
10. Wouldn't it be funny if there was a giant butter cup and we had our house in it, and we could just go outside and dip our fingers in the butter?

9. Wouldn't it be funny if there were 3 sinks in the backseat, and we could just wash our hands in our carseats and not have to use Purell?

8. Wouldn't it be funny if the movie theater had no roof, but instead it was made of gingerbread with icing?

7. Wouldn't it be funny if our house was made of candy and we ate our way to the top?

6. Wouldn't it be funny if there was a show called "Wubby Cubby" and they sang "Wubby Cubby I lub you?"

5. Wouldn't it be funny if all the months of the year started with Friday, and we would all sing, "Friday Friday gettin' down on Friday?"

4. Wouldn't it be funny if in the Friday sang instead we sang, "Saturday Saturday gotta get down on Saturday?"

3. Wouldn't it be funny if there was a hole in our wall so that way if there was a bird inside the house it could fly out?

2. Wouldn't it be funny if the picture frame squirted water out of its corners and we could catch it in our mouths?

And the number one of Bubba's "Wouldn't it Be Funny If" isssssssss........

1. Wouldn't it be funny if we lived under the rug, and there was a staircase that you could walk down, and mommy and daddy would be like, 'Where did they go?'"

Can't believe this little guy turned 4 today! Happy Birthday, Bubba!



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