So that was what my 3 year old said to me today. Now let me fill you in on why that came out of his mouth, because it really is funny!

We love Disney movies over here at my house and whenever any of the old classics come out of the "vault" we try to pick it up and save for the kids when they get older. Well my Mom bought the kids Sleeping Beauty for Christmas this past year and I finally openned it the other day and watched it with my 3 year old son. I completely forgot how scary (and sometimes inappropriate) these movies can be for a 3 year old - I probably should have watched it first to refresh my memory - LOL!

So today my husband and I were playing with my 3 year old and 1 1/2 year old in their room and the kids & my husband decided to start tickling me (and I am VERY tickle-ish). So once they had me laughing uncontrollably my 3 year old just stops and looks at me with a smile and says "Mommy, you sound like a witch!". So where I thought he would be scared of the witch in the movie, he just thought she was laughing. Either that, or I am meaner and more evil than I thought! : )

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