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medussa 04-16-2008 02:48 PM

How is raising the family going so far, mom?
 
My son just cracks me up. :laughing7:

What funny things have you heard a kid say lately?

CurlyinColorado 04-16-2008 02:50 PM

R has got a couple: yesterday, it was, "so when am I going to get a brother or a sister?" A lady chuckled as she walked by.

Lately, she likes to say, "who's it all about, mom?" and "Where's the love?"

younggrasshopper 04-16-2008 02:51 PM

Hahaha...that is adorable. I love it!

What did you tell him?


My nephew hurt his finger the other day and I went to kiss it. He said to me as he held out his knuckle, "No...it is on my little elbow."

melloweer 04-16-2008 03:05 PM

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Originally Posted by medussa (Post 553377)
My son just cracks me up. :laughing7:

What funny things have you heard a kid say lately?


hahaha!!! that is hilarious! how old is he?

KurlyKarenLee 04-16-2008 03:05 PM

Well, my kids are grown and gone now; but my granddaugther did say something pretty funny a couple of weeks ago.....

I've been doing the RCW's skin care routine and I had just put the DMAE on to sit and wait my 30 minutes before the next stage. (As some of you know DMAE gives you an instant face lift). Kara, my granddaughter came up and said to me:

"Bobe! You don't look OLD anymore!" :laughing7:

(Gee thanks, kid!)

WileE-Dead 04-16-2008 03:47 PM

The little one was up at some god awful time earlier this week and I said...why don't you go back to playing & mommy will lay back down for a bit.

No, mommy, you need to get back to work!
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pointing at my laptop...lol
And then, of course, 30 minutes later said, go lay down & I'm like...too late! grrr

dia99 04-16-2008 04:17 PM

I asked Dia what we should get her "Auntie" Callie for her birthday. I have been working with her about putting thought into choosing gifts that others will really enjoy/appreciate, rather than just getting something she likes or not caring at all.

So, first she says, "I think we should get her a massage to help her relax. Because every time I see her she just seems stressed out!"

She settled on a manicure/pedicure because she notices that Auntie Callie does her own nails every week, and that would be relaxing, too.

When I asked her about what she would right in the card, she said "Dear Auntie Callie, happy birthday! I hope you enjoy your present. I wanted to get something to help you not be so stressed out. Love, Dia. PS - I picked this all by myself. My mom didn't help at all."

dia99 04-16-2008 04:22 PM

medussa, what was M's opinion on the subject?

CIC, too cute!!

WileE-Dead 04-16-2008 05:19 PM

Daddy, open the door!
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hubby is taking a dump...cracks me up every time...
He's gotta learn to be faster w/ that... :laughing7:

jce 04-16-2008 05:24 PM

That's funny Medussa!

Here's a contribution from my 7 year old son.

We were at a friend's house, and their 13 year old daughter was watching the Kids Choice awards on Nickelodeon. Kiera Knightley came out, and the daughter said, "She's hot!" (I guess she's seen too much of Paris Hilton.) So my son says, "She's so hot, she can fry an egg on her leg."

We all turned and stared at him. I wanted to crawl under a table. Then he says, "I read that in the comics this morning." It was this http://www.comics.com/wash/redandrov...-20080329.html one from Red n Rover.

RedCatWaves 04-16-2008 05:58 PM

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.

medussa 04-16-2008 06:00 PM

These stories are so funny.

My son is 8. I did ask him later on how he thought I was doing and he said, "fine." I was glad to hear that considering we had a battle of the wills during homework 30 minutes earlier (complete with tears--his, not mine).

YolyC 04-16-2008 06:10 PM

When my daughter was about 7, We were driving and I was on E. I said we have to stop for gas. She looks over and says "why, you have Enough, see it's on the E. She thought E meant Enough and F meant Finished.

shellibean 04-16-2008 06:12 PM

Cute stories! Kids are hilarious!

medussa 04-16-2008 06:28 PM

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Originally Posted by YolyC (Post 553544)
When my daughter was about 7, We were driving and I was on E. I said we have to stop for gas. She looks over and says "why, you have Enough, see it's on the E. She thought E meant Enough and F meant Finished.

That's just great! :laughing7:

* Willow * 04-16-2008 06:39 PM

I don't usually use croutons in my salads, so my twins were pretty excited to see that I'd bought some. Twin 2 says, "Mom? Can I have some more futons?" Twin 1 with an eye roll responds, "They are NOT futons! They are FRUITONS!"

Another fave: "Mom's making brownies - she must have her pyramid" :toothy7:

I have tons of these. I receive little nuggets of wisdom almost daily.

journotraveler 04-16-2008 06:47 PM

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.)

melloweer 04-16-2008 07:47 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by journotraveler (Post 553567)
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.)


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 :)

sunday 04-16-2008 07:56 PM

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".

internetchick 04-16-2008 08:05 PM

These stories are too funny! :lol:


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