Some of you have heard this story already, but I figured it’s worth mentioning because it was ALL Jack would talk about, EVERY DAY, for at least two weeks.
The story goes like this:
Jack: “Two guck!”
Us: “Did you see two trucks?”
Jack: Stretches one arm way up high.
Us: “One of them was a cherry picker with the bucket way up high?”
Us: “And the worker was wearing a hat?”
Jack: Drops his arm and points at the ground.
Us: “He had a chainsaw and he dropped the branches he cut all the way to the ground?”
Jack: “Hat. Choo-choo.”
Us: “And there was another worker in a bright orange helmet who fed the branches to the chipper?”
Jack: “Yup. Choo-choo.”
Us: “Oh, the chipper was attached to another truck? Like a trailer?”
Jack: “Yup. Oowee.”
Us: “You saw a police car?”
Us: “And the police officer ran his siren for you, and it was loud, and you said “Whoa”?”
And repeat. Sometimes he adds the “two baa” interlude, but seeing the sheep was way less exciting than the cherry picker and the siren.
Jack is usually way more excited about the cherry picker than the siren, but the way he said “whoa” right after the siren made him flinch was hysterical and is definitely my favorite part of that morning. I LOVE that he remembers that he said it and includes it when he tells the story.