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My friend's daughter 3 year old daughter tried a cookie I had made and after a few bites put it down and said "not a fan".
Originally Posted by sunday
I'm trying to imagine a lil 3 year old girl saying this since I have a tendency of saying this phrase too as a 21 year old! Too funny!
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That's really cute, Medussa!

The funniest thing my son ever said was when he was waving a belt around, telling me how "a Ninja can use anything as a weapon". I warned him he could get hurt, and sure enough, he smacked himself with the belt buckle. Then he said, "The only part of me that's not a Ninja is my balls".

I know it's crude, but I LOLed so hard!
When my oldest son was 5, I was pregnant with my 2nd baby, so of course we were talking about babies a lot. He told me that when he grew up, he was going to have a dozen babies. I told him that I hope he had a really good job, because babies are expensive. He told me:

"Oh, I won't need money. I'm not going to BUY the babies, my wife is going to GROW them".

Then he rolled his eyes at me like I was some sort of dummy...
"Oh, I won't need money. I'm not going to BUY the babies, my wife is going to GROW them".

Then he rolled his eyes at me like I was some sort of dummy...
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
OMG too cute
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My 7 year old son was helping me grocery shop. At checkout, he was unloading stuff from the cart up onto the belt and naming everything out loud as he put it up. Milk, bread, eggs, soup, etc. When he got to the box of pantyliners, he didn't hesitate at all, just called them "things I don't want to know what they are" and put them on the belt, and just went on with the rest of the groceries.
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
THAT is funny!

When my oldest son was 5, I was pregnant with my 2nd baby, so of course we were talking about babies a lot. He told me that when he grew up, he was going to have a dozen babies. I told him that I hope he had a really good job, because babies are expensive. He told me:

"Oh, I won't need money. I'm not going to BUY the babies, my wife is going to GROW them".

Then he rolled his eyes at me like I was some sort of dummy...
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
My daughter plans to have robot children that she invents herself. Maybe they could hook up.
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Ok, these two had me cracking up. I burned some serious calories

My friend's daughter 3 year old daughter tried a cookie I had made and after a few bites put it down and said "not a fan".
Originally Posted by sunday

When my oldest son was 5, I was pregnant with my 2nd baby, so of course we were talking about babies a lot. He told me that when he grew up, he was going to have a dozen babies. I told him that I hope he had a really good job, because babies are expensive. He told me:

"Oh, I won't need money. I'm not going to BUY the babies, my wife is going to GROW them".

Then he rolled his eyes at me like I was some sort of dummy...
Originally Posted by RedCatWaves
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My daughter (now 4), who's an extremely fussy eater, once fell out in a rage when presented with a slice of sausage pizza.

The reason: "I don't want that pizza...it's DIRTY!!!"

She'll eat "meat" pizza--meaning pepperoni pizza---but she will tell you that she will not eat 'dirty' pizza.....

My astronomy-loving husband loves to regale her with stories about night, day, earth rotation, etc. So she, in turn, regales her younger cousins about, "WE live on the ERF! The erf turns round the sun, and that makes NIGHT! Then the erf turns round some more, and that makes DAYTIME!" The looks on the younger kids' faces are ...priceless LOL.
My astronomy-loving husband loves to regale her with stories about night, day, earth rotation, etc. So she, in turn, regales her younger cousins about, "WE live on the ERF! The erf turns round the sun, and that makes NIGHT! Then the erf turns round some more, and that makes DAYTIME!" The looks on the younger kids' faces are ...priceless LOL.
Originally Posted by sinistral55
Ah, that reminds me of what my son used to say when he was little. Every time he saw a picture of the Earth, he'd announce, "That's the ERF that we live."

Loving all these stories!

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My daughter (now 4), who's an extremely fussy eater, once fell out in a rage when presented with a slice of sausage pizza.

The reason: "I don't want that pizza...it's DIRTY!!!"

She'll eat "meat" pizza--meaning pepperoni pizza---but she will tell you that she will not eat 'dirty' pizza.....

My astronomy-loving husband loves to regale her with stories about night, day, earth rotation, etc. So she, in turn, regales her younger cousins about, "WE live on the ERF! The erf turns round the sun, and that makes NIGHT! Then the erf turns round some more, and that makes DAYTIME!" The looks on the younger kids' faces are ...priceless LOL.
Originally Posted by sinistral55
Love her. The erf. Dirty pizza.

You and I need to talk strategy sometime about dealing with picky eaters. My almost 4 year-old is picky also. She'll actually smell something before flatly turning it down.

I love broccoli. I eat it everyday. I always offer. She always says, "no." She has never tasted it. But when she wants to try to persuade me to give her a bath, she'll say, "mommy, I'm dirty. I smell like broccoli."
You and I need to talk strategy sometime about dealing with picky eaters. My almost 4 year-old is picky also. She'll actually smell something before flatly turning it down.

I love broccoli. I eat it everyday. I always offer. She always says, "no." She has never tasted it. But when she wants to try to persuade me to give her a bath, she'll say, "mommy, I'm dirty. I smell like broccoli."
Originally Posted by medussa
She's precious!

The boy isn't talking well enough yet (though I do expect some gems out of him once he does).

But the older one (far old than these kids mentioned) can say some really silly things for a very bright (honor roll student) girl. A couple of weekends ago hubby surprised me with an overnight getaway to a little B&B about an hour's drive away. My daughter was at her dad's over spring break, so she didn't know I wasn't home until she called, and my MIL, who was watching the baby for us, told her were off celebrating our anniversary.

I get a call on my cell phone as we're in the guest room planning on what to do for dinner, and my daughter says

" Are you enjoying your mini-vacation? "
Me- "Yes, thanks honey,how did you know?"
Her- "I called home and Grandma told me you were gone"
Me- " Oh,okay, well, we'll be back tomorrow after lunch and some shopping"
Her- "What time is it where you are now Mom?"
Me-"uh, 6:30. same as where you are. We're in Brown County sweetie, not Paris. We're like 30 minutes away from you"
Her- " Can you come and get me so I can go shopping with you?"

Kids!
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i asked my 7-year-old niece whom she wanted to be president. she sighed and said, "the boy."

why?

"because he has good ideas for the country."

(she meant obama, not mccain.)
Originally Posted by journotraveler

My 7yr old daughter said she wanted "the boy" also. So she could "play and have a sleepover with his daughters" She saw a picture of them on tv once and is convince they are going to be play-friends
Originally Posted by melloweer
so cute! my best friend's four-year-old has decided that obama is his friend. he asked my friend to invite obama to his birthday party.
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When my nephew was 4, his dad told him he couldn't have something. I can't remember if he was begging for lunch at McDonald's or what--I never forgot what my nehew said in response though--

"Dad...can we talk about this?"

And my daughter--just around the time she turned two, my husband and I were in the kitchen getting dinner ready and it's a cramped space. We said "Go to the living room and watch Sesame Street. You can't stay in the kitchen right now."


She reached down, patted the floor with her hand and declared: "This MY kitchen!"
My daughter is just starting to say phrases and short sentences, and she cracks me up on a daily basis. My favorite thing ever was this:

She'd just had a poopy diaper. I cleaned her up, and while I was about to put on the new diaper, she grabbed her butt and said, "The end!" I almost fell down laughing.
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a conversation that happened about 10 minutes ago

7 yo child: daddyyyyy didnt i tell you i need baby powder?

husband: yeah you keep saying that but why do you need it

7yo child: wellllllll dadddyyyyy, sometimes my butt itches and its not because i dont wash it or dont wipe myself right....it just itches sometimes

husband: then why dont you just scratch it.....

7 yo child: (looking horrified) but daddyyyyyy i cant scratch it in school. can you IMAGINE the embarrassment of having 23 other kids looking at me scratching my butt..........its jus tooooo embarrassing.........


i almost peed my pants listenting to them
My 3 year old daughter came with me to see the midwife today, then went to the pediatrician for a well visit. She climbed up on the table, laid down, pulled up her dress, and said, "I'm ready for you to listen to my baby now" while patting herself on the belly.
My 3 year old daughter came with me to see the midwife today, then went to the pediatrician for a well visit. She climbed up on the table, laid down, pulled up her dress, and said, "I'm ready for you to listen to my baby now" while patting herself on the belly.
Originally Posted by cosmicfly
Awww, that is so cute.
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LOL at all these cute kids hahahahah.....

I just remember another one! My nephew adds a "d" or a "t" to everything he says. And he'll repeat phrases over and over again.

This last lunar eclipse we had, my sister told me he said, "The moon't all gone! Gotta buy a new moon't!...moon't all gone, gotta buy a new moon't!" I near about died laughing. LOL at the kids loving Obama!
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Overheard at the grocery store:
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My SO went to dinner last night with a group of people from his program, including his adviser and his 5-year-old son. The little boy was trying to eat a big slice of pizza and the dad said that they needed to cut it up. The little boy picked up his knife and said, "Oh, knifey.... we need you!"

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