Kitten (pointing at donut holes on table): Daddy, you got us pom-poms!
Kitten: I am a real princess, but I am disguised from the wolves because they only eat real princesses.
Kitten: My name is despicable, but don’t tell anybody. I’ll say “Hi, my name is despicable, nice to meet you.”
Kitten: Do I really have to eat these disgusting eggs?
Kitten recently decided to tell her friend Otter about about her great-grandmother, who lives in Las Vegas and has had two knee replacements. Kitten’s take on Grandma: “I call her the old woman who lives in the desert, but that would make her feel bad, so I’ll call her the old lady with metal in her knees.”
Kitten to Puppy during a fight: Well, I don’t want to contradict your business.
Kitten to her dad, seeing him in a suit: You look silly, Daddy.
Kitten: I have a book buddy at school.
Me: What do you do with your book buddy?
Kitten: We read, of course! What else would we do, play?
Kitten: Mom, do you want to go to the park?
Me: It’s raining!
Kitten (thoughtfully): You do make a good point.
Kitten: My belly is full up to here (points to chest). If I drink the water, I will over-mutate and be full up to here (points to nose).
Me: Kitten, do you mind if we go to the gym today so I can do a class?
Kitten: Only if we go to the playground after because you have to respect my energy.
Me (to Kitten, who is pretending to talk on the phone): What are they saying?
Kitten: I’m not going to tell you because it is inappropriate.
Kitten: Mom, do you think I look like a teenager in this outfit?
Me: Don’t you think you might be too hot wearing that today?
Kitten: Part of being a teenager is dressing appropriately for the weather.