Rachel Heath

Intentional Living: learning to be fully present

"I feel fun about it"

Stephen and I took our nephews Liam (3) and Colin (2) to the zoo on Saturday. They’re remarkable children (perhaps I’m a bit biased), and both of them emit a constant stream of hilarious one-liners and unexpectedly profound observations. I loved just listening to them talk to each other in the back seat of the car.

In the morning, we had just gotten in the car and were discussing which animals we were excited about seeing at the zoo, when the following exchange took place:

Liam: I want to see the lions.
Colin: I wanna see the… giraffes!
Rachel: Ooh! Boys, remember last time when we got to feed the giraffes?
Both: Yeah!
Stephen: Maybe we’ll get to feed them today.
Rachel: Liam, how would you feel about getting to feed the giraffes?
Liam: (matter-of-factly) I would feel fun about it.
Rachel and Stephen: !!!!!

The phrase is genius. But even better was the way he said it perfectly clearly, casually, and without missing a beat. It’s my new favorite expression.
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5 thoughts on “"I feel fun about it"

  1. That is so cute! Gotta love those little ones. đŸ™‚

  2. I need to remember to start using it.

  3. I love it…this should be included in most every conversation.

  4. Isn’t that great? I’ve been saying it a lot.

  5. I also intend to throw that one into the day to day. MWahahaha!

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