We often get a slushie from the little shack down the road from us. As Toby was slurping up the last bits in his cup he exclaimed, "Mom, this slushie is rockin' my body!"
Toby is absolutely obsessed with Transformers. Not sure if you are all aware but there are about 4 different Transformers cartoons. With the modern cartoons obviously having better graphics and snazzier looking robots, I find it curious (but secretly love) that 90 percent of the time he insists on watching the original 80's episodes (and to be honest I actually like watching them too because the cheesy dialogue makes me laugh). But what I love is how Toby requests to watch it: "Mommy, can I watch Transformers-more-than-meets-the-eye? Me: "You mean you want to watch Transformers?" Toby: "No! I want to watch Transformers-more-than-meets-the-eye!" Translation: "Transfomers" means the newer cartoons and "Transformers-more-than-meets-the-eye" is the 80's version. Funny guy.
Nick and I are trying to break Toby of the habit of peeing outside. If he is in the privacy of our backyard and needs to go, we kind of don't really care. But when our home teacher said he drove by our home the other day and nearly died laughing because he saw Toby suddenly jump off his bike, pull his pants down, and then jump right back on his bike, I about died from embarrassment.
Toby is on this anti-girl kick lately. Quite often when he wants to play with a friend, I'll go through a list of all his little buddies. Colin and Canton are always are at the top of his list but when I get to Oaklee or Anna, he'll suddenly scrunch his nose and say, "Are they GIRLS?! (even though he knows they are) I don't like girls! Girls are boring!" Later he will play with said girls and have a blast.