Kirsten: Next time when I grow up, I will marry daddy.
Me: Sweetie, um, I don’t think that’s going to happen.
Kirsten: I love daddy you know?
Me: I know! But daddy’s already married. To me.
Kirsten: No, not now. I mean when I’m a big girl like you. Then I will marry daddy.
Me: Well, by the time you turn 30, daddy will be 58, like Ah Gong. I seriously doubt you’ll want to marry him then.
Kirsten: Ok fine. Then I’ll marry kor kor.
Me: Actually, you can’t marry kor kor either. You’ll need to marry someone else.
Kirsten: But why? I love kor kor so much.
Me: Besides, if you marry kor kor, who’s going to marry baby Finn?
Kirsten: How about grandma? Baby Finn can marry grandma.
Me: What?? Mmm, I don’t think either of them would want that.
Kirsten: How about I marry baby Finn and kor kor. I will marry so many people.
Me: Wait, do you even know what getting married means?
Kirsten: Yes! I show you.
*grabs Truett and makes him twirl her around the room.
Kirsten: See, when I wear a pretty dress and do a twirly dance like this, it means I’m married.
*cue a whole minute of laughter
Me: Seriously, where are you learning this stuff from? Also, aren’t you far too young to be dreaming of a fairytale wedding?