On my salad: "What kind of leaves are in your bowl?"
While watching people work out through a glass wall at the gym: "Is that real or is it a picture?" I really liked this one because it reminded me of one of my earliest memories: watching "Sesame Street" and wondering if I'd be able to touch Big Bird if I could somehow break through the screen. Fortunately, I didn't try.
On Evan crying upon waking up from a nap: "Evan doesn't know how to climb out of his crib?"
When I referred to an acquaintance as "Heather": "No, her name is 'Isaac's mom.'"
While driving past the Pinehurst water tower: "I wish I could climb Pinehurst." "'Climb Pinehurst'? You mean the water tower?" "Yep."
"Please can I have a brownie? I love you so much."
"What shall we have for snack?" (Probably thanks to the song we all have stuck in our heads, "There's a Hole in My Bucket." The third verse begins, "With what shall I fix it ...")
Cat carrier = vet box
Tongs = snatcher
Peeling an apple = unwrapping an apple
Parking spot = car hole