Erin Passinger

I never fully appreciated the saying "Kids say the darndest things" until I had children of my own.

I mean, I've heard kids make funny, inappropriate and odd comments, but now I truly understand how precious it all is.

In fact, my husband, Andy, and I purchased a notebook for the sole purpose of writing down what comes out of our daughters' mouths.

See the Journal’s Saturday, September 3rd edition for full story.

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