Post # 1
Last night, my Fiancé got inducted into the honors society Phi Kappa Phi (academic honor society). During the ceremony, there was a woman there (who was also being inducted) who was full figured (she is beautiful just the way she is, and I am not criticizing her weight in the slightest). The inductees were required to each come off the stage, light a candle and say a shirt phrase. When this woman came down off the stage, my Future Sister-In-Law (who will be 5 in November) says in the perfectly silent auditorium, “Look mommy, Look Brandy, She looks like she is going to have a baby. She is going to be a mommy REALLY soon.”
Anyon else’s kids/siblings/nieces and nephews/cousins/etc say crazy things?
Post # 3
@brandybelle: Oh no!! Yikes! I teach piano to kids, and frequently, they’ll tell me what they think of my hair or what i’m wearing without much censorship. 🙂
Post # 4
@brandybelle: My younger brother was hysterically crying in his three year old class one day and when the teacher asked what was wrong he looked at her and sobbed, ” I just don’t like your hair!” haha she had gotten it cut into a bob the day before.
Post # 5
when my son was around 4 or 5 he was spending the day with my brother.
my brother was quizzing him about things and asked him, “what is your first name?”
my son son answered, “c—-.”
brother, “that’s right. now what is your last name?”
my son, “w
brother says, “very good. you know, that’s my last name too.”
my son replies, “no it’s not.” they argue back and forth. my brother was trying to convince him that this is truly my brother’s last name.
so my brother asks my son, “then what is my last name?”
my son tells him confidently, “it’s j—-” (which is actually my brother’s first name)
my brother is confused and asks, “so then what is my first name?”
my son replied scarcastically, “duh, it’s uncle”
Post # 6
I was driving my daughter home from school one day and we saw a lady walking a (huge!) black and white spotted dog. My daughter was like “OH A COW! A COW!”
Also when we attended my husband’s grandmother’s funeral down south a couple years ago, one of the men attending was wearing a cowboy hat. So in the middle of this funeral in the cemetery in this solemn atmosphere my daughter started whispering “Woody! Hey, Woody! Cowboy! Hi!” because she thought it was Sheriff Woody from Toy Story. I made a beeline for the car once that started but it made my Mother-In-Law laugh which at the time was a good thing.