Tuesday, February 8, 2011

My Daughter, The Bookie

I was surprised to hear Sunday that Morrigan had made a Superbowl bet. She bet her friend "Timmy" a dollar that the Packers would win. Seeing as she was victorious, I asked her this morning if she had collected.

Morrigan: He forgot the dollar yesterday. He has to bring it today or he will owe me two dollars.
Me: So you're a bookie now?
Morrigan: We're nine and that's how nine year olds do it. We shook on it.

Can popping kneecaps be far behind?

2 comments:

  1. Very funny, Katie! You're a great writer! Your children are going to enjoy reading these stories when they grow-up.

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