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Old 07-09-2008, 09:18 AM   #101
 
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When she wants someone to hold her she goes to that person and lifts up her little arms and says "I wanna hold you"...I just think that is so sweet and cute, it gets me every time.
Awww, so cute. My son said something similar, "carry you."

Caca means poop.

Oh well that's just great, the "caca" part that is! I don't care, little kids can't say Jessica very well..my one year old cousin calls me that now too, it's like automatic with little kids, a lot of them call me that.
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When she wants someone to hold her she goes to that person and lifts up her little arms and says "I wanna hold you"...I just think that is so sweet and cute, it gets me every time.
Awww, so cute. My son said something similar, "carry you."

Caca means poop.

Oh well that's just great! I don't care, little kids can't say Jessica very well..my one year old cousin calls me that now too, it's like automatic with little kids, a lot of them call me that.
Hee! I thought it was cute that she said it right when you were trying to figure out if her diaper was on right.
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Old 07-29-2008, 11:11 PM   #103
 
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Ah kids, the more verbal they get, the more hilarious they are!

I was trying to teach Danae to say, "I'm two years old" since her birthday is coming up in a few days. Now she says, "I'm too old!" Then, today I asked her how old she was and she said, "Forty-eight." How she even knows the number 48 is anyone's guess. She also has informed me that her name is Auntie Grandpa Grandpa.

On the "Aw!" side of things, she told me today, "Mommy prettiest in world!" I then became a puddle of meltiness.
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Old 07-30-2008, 05:50 AM   #104
 
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Couple of years ago when R was twoish, the doorbell rang and she started hollering, "the BS man is here, the BS man is here!" my immediate thought: the bullsh1t man? She meant the UPS man.
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Not necessarily a "saying" but over the past two weeks, when I get Brooklyn out of bed in the morning or after a nap, she puts one arm straight in the air as if to say "I'm here...I have arrived!"
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Not necessarily a "saying" but over the past two weeks, when I get Brooklyn out of bed in the morning or after a nap, she puts one arm straight in the air as if to say "I'm here...I have arrived!"
That's so cute!


I had my coffee filters(I have the basket filters) out to get ready to make a pot of coffee, and Paloma comes into the kitchen and gasps. Her face lights up and she asks me "Are those for making giant cupcakes?" I laughed and told her no. And she tells me "That would be so awesome if they were."

A girl after my own heart lol! I admit I have begun to wonder if I could make giant cupcakes with them ...
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IC, that's is hilarious! That made me laugh out loud. C came running over, "what's so funny?"

I told her nothing. Don't want to give her any ideas.
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Hee!


Last week Ethan, the exhibitionist, came into the living room naked, dancing, and singing I am Naked Man to the tune of Iron Man.
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IC, your kids are hilarious!
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My niece's favorite way of answering any question of this nature:

Did you drink your milk?

Did you brush your hair?

Are you going to shower later?

"Probably not."

She's 12, and has my sense of humor, i.e., sarcasm city.
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My dad pretended to eat his fingers in front of my second cousin who is about 3 years old.

He went to my grandma and said, " Great Uncle Les can eat his fingers and I can't!"

He also try copy my dad on table, signing something nonsense while praying. (My dad is deaf)

it is so cute
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Old 09-28-2008, 11:01 AM   #112
 
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my son came up with a new tease. He's been going around singing:

__________'s got monkey hair

Making a chorus for each of us. Then after a bit, he plops down next to DH with a big sigh and says.

"Man all this craziness makes me hungry."
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One of Danae's favorite songs is "Umbrella". Yesterday it was drizzling while we were walking into church and all of a sudden, she started singing, "It's raining, ooh baby it's raining." My sister and I just cracked up.
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Today, Danae was sitting on my lap to play "horsey". I was bouncing her up and down and she said, "Giddyup, yo."

On Halloween, I had to go to the grocery store. We were in the haircare aisle because I needed some gel. She saw all the bottles of shampoo and conditioner and said, "Pantene! I put it in my hair, it's so shiny!" Two little old ladies were in the aisle with us and got the giggles. What's really funny is that I wouldn't use Pantene if you paid me. I guess she must have seen a commercial. Hee.
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Old 11-05-2008, 09:48 PM   #115
 
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This thread never fails to crack me up!

A few weeks ago, I was at the zoo with my nephew Sam, his mom (my sister), and my boyfriend. My sister asked Sam, "What does a badger say?" just to see what he'd say. We expected something like "moo" or "woof," but he said, "To 'binfinity' and beyond!"

Completely out of the blue one day, in response to some question my sister asked him, Sam said, in a British accent no less, "No! I want to feed the birds!" (He LOVES Mary Poppins!)

When my parents' corgi tries to lick Sam, Sam says, "No! No eat Sammy!" So when he was coming to my house to play with my cats one day, he asked my sister very seriously, "Kitties no eat Sammy, right?"
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Old 11-05-2008, 10:17 PM   #116
 
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My cousin's kid, in the car, looked up at the traffic light & said, "That light is very shiny. I bet they cleaned it."
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A few weeks back, Kade brought home a book they made in school that had drawings in it from all his classmates. I didn't know what it was at first, I thought it was pictures that he drew of his classmates. As we were looking through it, I was asking me to tell him who the drawing were. I was trying to get him to tell me more about his friends in school. I haven't yet got him to say more then it's his friend. Well this particular day, when we got to a picture that one of the girls drew, he said it was his girlfriend . . . He later started saying that about other girls in his class. By the end of the book he was claiming 5 girlfriends.

He's only 5, so of course we just had to have some fun with that. So we started singing the classic song: "Kade has a giirrrllllfriend, Kade has a giirrlllfriend. . . ." He got embarrassed and started saying No I don't. And pretty much that's been one of our games for the last 2 weeks or so.

Fast forward to Tuesday. We were waiting on the school bus that was late as usual. Somehow girlfriends came up again. Next thing I know Kade's singing: "Mommy's got a girlfriend, mommy's got a girlfriend." I laughed, and was telling him that I had a boyfriend, and that DH was it. He kept laughing and saying no, I had a girlfriend.

Then it hit me, the bus was going to be here any second now. It probably wouldn't be a good idea for him to be singing that on the bus and at school. That'll teach me, huh?
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At the zoo- my cousin (4? 5?) was looking at the monkeys. One of the monkeys got OUT of the netted off area. <I SWEAR> and was climbing & swinging on the outside of the netting (on our side.) He asks hsi mom, "Are they gonna shoot it?! They need to shoot it. I bet they shoot it. (Our entire family hunts.) My cousin had to explain to him that we don't shoot animals at the zoo!
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shellibean- your new name reminded me of a cute story.

Our son's name is Julian and sometimes I call him "Juju-bean." (Silly pet name). A little girl in his preschool class has a sister named Penelope.

He pointed her out and said "That's banilla. They call her 'bean' too."

I asked him what he meant...As it turned out he was hearing her name as "Vanilla Bean" instead of "Penelope."
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When my parents' corgi tries to lick Sam, Sam says, "No! No eat Sammy!" So when he was coming to my house to play with my cats one day, he asked my sister very seriously, "Kitties no eat Sammy, right?"
That is hilarious! How cute.
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