The Moritz Family

Moritz Family: Jeremy & Christine, Angel, Tony, Harmony, Charity, Chase, and Symphony

The Moritz Family

Quotes from the Kids

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Quotes From The Kids!

Currently showing quotes in order by date.

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Harmony: I have a problem. Now I like BOTH John AND Adam!

Angel: Harmony, at 9 years old, you should probably just get to know boys better as friends.

Harmony: I DO know them!

Angel: You do, huh? Well, what's Adam's favorite color?

Harmony: I don't know, but that doesn't even matter.

Angel: What kind of food does he like?

Harmony: That doesn't matter!

Angel: What's his last name?

Harmony: That DOESN'T MATTER!
    ~June 2018 [Angel: 13 years old, Harmony: 9 years old]

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Chase: Angel, where's dad?

Angel: I don't know.

Chase: Why not? Are you too lazy to look for him? Is it because you're too famous?
    ~June 2018 [Angel: 13 years old, Chase: 5 years old]

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Angel: Mom! Can you believe we've known this baby for six months??

Charity: It doesn't feel that long to me. I've been sleeping a lot.
    ~June 2018 [Angel: 13 years old, Charity: 8 years old]

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Charity (after stepping on a silverfish): I'm so glad I'm not a bug. I don't wanna die.
    ~June 2018 [Charity: 8 years old]

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Harmony: I love having my watch and purse and mints. After three days of having these I feel like I have dedicated my life to wearing them! ... Except for the mints.
    ~June 2018 [Harmony: 9 years old]

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Angel: Chase, mom doesn't want you picking your nose.

Chase: How do you know she said that?!
    ~May 2018 [Angel: 13 years old, Chase: 5 years old]

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Angel (helping Chase clean his bloody nose): You know why this happened right? It's because you were picking your nose.

Chase: Well I pick my nose all the time, and a lot of times this doesn't happen!
    ~May 2018 [Angel: 13 years old, Chase: 5 years old]

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Chase: I'm SO glad I'm wearing shoes. Do you know WHY I'm so glad I'm wearing shoes? Because I can reach really high to reach the yogurt in the fridge!
    ~May 2018 [Chase: 5 years old]

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Chase: Mom, could you check my forehead to see if I'm sick enough to play games?
    ~May 2018 [Chase: 5 years old]

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Angel: I still have to brush my hair and put on my acne cream.

Harmony: You don't have acne cream.

Angel: Yes I do.

Harmony: Well it's not working very well.
    ~April 2018 [Angel: 13 years old, Harmony: 9 years old]

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Harmony: Why are they called "Meter Maids"? What if they're a guy? Would you call them a "Meter Butler"?
    ~April 2018 [Harmony: 9 years old]

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Harmony: What were you and Dad whispering about the other day?

Mommy: Well, if I wanted you know, I wouldn't have whispered.

Charity: I bet she forgot.
    ~April 2018 [Harmony: 9 years old, Charity: 7 years old]

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Mom: If someone drives drunk, they might accidentally kill someone else in a car accident.

Harmony: But what if they have insurance?

Dad: No amount of insurance money would make up for losing someone's life.

Harmony: Yeah.... but a trillion dollars would be nice... very nice...
    ~April 2018 [Harmony: 9 years old]

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Chase: There's SO MUCH people in the world!

Charity: There's over 100 people to be exact!
    ~April 2018 [Charity: 7 years old, Chase: 5 years old]

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Mom (after answering a near-endless stream of questions from Harmony):
Okay, Harmony, that's enough. You've met your question quota!

Harmony: What does that mean?
    ~February 2018 [Harmony: 9 years old]

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Chase: I'm trying to do a speedrun of watching all the Trolls episodes!
    ~February 2018 [Chase: 5 years old]

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Harmony: "Is Grandpa a millionaire? Because he has two buildings, two dogs, lots of food, and a really fancy chandelier."
    ~January 2018 [Harmony: 8 years old]

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Chase (playing a video game): I can't do that! It's impossible!

Charity: It's not impossible, Chase! If you believe in yourself, you can do it!

Chase: Yeah, but I don't want to do it.
    ~January 2018 [Charity: 7 years old, Chase: 5 years old]

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Charity: hey Chase, what do you want to be when you grow up?

Chase: An old man.
    ~January 2018 [Charity: 7 years old, Chase: 5 years old]

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(Context: around the dinner table, we discussed how some laws create incentives for people to make less responsible decisions, such as those that give more government money to mothers who choose to remain single than to similar mothers who get married.)

Charity: If I got money for being single, I would stay single for two days and then get married.
    ~January 2018 [Charity: 7 years old]

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Harmony: Dad, do you know who invented cuss words?

Dad: I'm not sure, Harmony.

Harmony: Because I think it was kind of a bad idea.
    ~December 2017 [Harmony: 8 years old]

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Dad: What were you doing under there?

Harmony: Under where?

Dad: I just made you say "underwear". (both laugh) That's a pretty dumb joke, huh?

Harmony: No. It's a classic.
    ~December 2017 [Harmony: 8 years old]

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Chase (looking excitedly at the back of a cereal box that features an advertisement for the Monopoly and Clue board games): Wow! We could maybe get these IN the cereal!

Charity: Chase, I don't think these are IN the cereal.

Chase: I said "maybe".
    ~December 2017 [Charity: 7 years old, Chase: 5 years old]

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Daddy: Look at that super-long limo!

Charity: Wow! I wonder how much kids do they have!
    ~December 2017 [Charity: 7 years old]

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Chase: Angel WOULD be pretty but she just has these red dots all over her face and I don't know why they're there!
    ~November 2017 [Angel: 13 years old, Chase: 5 years old]

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Mom: Grandmary and Grandpa Jim are coming to visit?

Chase: Grandpa Jim? I call him Jimmy.
    ~November 2017 [Chase: 5 years old]

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Harmony: What show are you watching?

Daddy: It's called "24".

Harmony: Is everybody in it 24?

Daddy: No. 24 is an intense show.

Harmony: Is it a soap hopper?

Daddy: What is that?

Harmony: A soap hopper is a type of show with intense talking.
    ~October 2017 [Harmony: 8 years old]

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Harmony: All my first cousins are literally babies! I'm not just calling them babies. They ARE babies!
    ~October 2017 [Harmony: 8 years old]

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Tony: Wait is it October? What day is it?

Christine: It's the 17th.

Tony: Wait, so October is on the 18th?
    ~October 2017 [Tony: 11 years old]

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Daddy: When you grow up, you're gonna be an awesome dad!

Chase: Yeah and I won't have any chores! I'll just get to play games!
    ~October 2017 [Chase: 5 years old]

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Mom: Your turn, Chase. What are you thankful for?

Chase: I'm thankful that God made you pregnant and you had a baby and you named it Chase!
    ~September 2017 [Chase: 5 years old]

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Harmony: Here, Dad, try these muffins I just made. I brought you a cup of water and a cup to spit in.
    ~August 2017 [Harmony: 8 years old]

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Harmony: I like to taste my tears!

Charity: Me too! They taste like snot!
    ~August 2017 [Harmony: 8 years old, Charity: 7 years old]

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Harmony: Do you know who gave us these?

Charity: Huh?

Harmony: These (points to popsicle that Charity is holding).

Charity: Oh! You should have said "those" because I was holding it.
    ~August 2017 [Harmony: 8 years old, Charity: 7 years old]

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Charity and Chase are playing Knight Squad on the same team against the computer.

Charity (after their team lost): Woohoo!

Chase: We lost.

Charity: I know. I was cheering for THEM. You can still cheer for them even though we lost.

Chase (frowning): Good game, computer players.
    ~August 2017 [Charity: 7 years old, Chase: 5 years old]

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Chase (coming into Dad's room): Dad, how many minutes is a year?

Dad: 525,600 minutes.

Chase: Wow! That's a lot of minutes! (walks away to Charity) Dad said it too fast, but it was THOUSANDS of minutes!
    ~August 2017 [Charity: 7 years old, Chase: 5 years old]

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Harmony: I literally cried, like, a bucket of tears. (turning to Sarah, smugly) That's a figure of speech.
    ~August 2017 [Harmony: 8 years old]

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Chase: How many days until I'm older than Charity?

Dad: That would be a LOT of days!

Chase: Like maybe 1000!
    ~June 2017 [Charity: 7 years old, Chase: 4 years old]

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Chase (after giving Daddy a Father's Day card): And you can keep it. So when you forget how much I love you, just read it!
    ~June 2017 [Chase: 4 years old]

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Daddy: Harmony, can you please get me some new batteries?

Harmony: Sure. Double-A? Triple-A? ... or just A?
    ~June 2017 [Harmony: 8 years old]