I'm not sure if it's just a male thing or if it's just my Chris. Sometimes the things he says just blow me away and crack me up. So, I've decided that I am going to devote his own posts just like the "Nuby strikes again series".
We were discussing the welfare of our youngest son, Peyton, who is only 1. I was saying how I never wanted him to go to another daycare center because he loves his teachers and these first years are so crucial to his development. Chris argued that it doesn't matter where he goes becaue he wouldn't remember any of it and he would be fine. Despite all of my counter arguments about early childhood education and social emotional issues, Chris would not budge.
Not even 15 minutes later, I was discussing puppy care on the phone with Coin-O and Chris chimes in with his opinion of how it is VITAL to a puppy that it be nursed for the proper amount of time for the optimal development of the puppy.
WTF, Chris? You care about some random puppy more than Peyton? All I could do was crack up at him.
This one was great. Chris likes to blurt out random thoughts in his head at really random times. Back when Coin was visiting, we were sitting in the living room watching Lost after the kids had all gone to bed. Out of the blue, Chris states that he would like to donate his sperm for money. Conversation was as follows:
Jennie-"That's a stupid idea"
Chris-"Hell no it's not! I could make a killing."
Jennie-"Maybe, but what happens when you donate your sperm and then some random lady has your baby and abuses or neglects it?
Chris-"That's not my baby"
Jennie-"Yes it is!"
Chris-"No, no it's not"
Jennie-"How do you figure? It's your sperm, is it not?"
Chris-"Yeah, it's my sperm. But it's not my baby. I wouldn't sleep with her."
Jennie- "It's still your sperm, dumbass. Have you ever heard of DNA?"
Chris-"No, there was no penetration. It doesn't count! It's not my baby."
Coin-"He has a point, you know."
That one is still an ongoing argument. Sometimes I just don't understand what goes through his mind. Anybody else have a "logical thinker" at home?