Post # 1
So my 3yo is going to be my ring bearer and he has been super excited. His favorate saying is “mommy i’m going to be a ring BEAR at your wedding grrrr and scare everyone” I thought it was so cute and well the other day he and his brother were suppose to be coloring instead they made him into a ‘ring bear’.
Gave me a pretty good laugh, so thought I’d share.
Anyone else have kid story to share, wedding related or not?
Post # 3
Last night, I picked my kids up from daycare and my daughter was bummed about leaving. She started fake crying in the car, and when I ignored her, she turned to her little brother (who’s only 4 months) and said, “Henri, I’m crying. Boo hoo hoo.” I looked in the rearvies mirror and said, “Why are you crying, honey?” And she replied, “No, mommy. I’m telling HENRI I’m crying.” Lol!
Also, this morning we were talking while she was eating breakfast. I asked her if she liked veggies and she said, “No. I like butter!” Cracked me up!
Post # 4
A few weeks ago at a graduation party. My 8-yr-old niece was sitting on my lap – we were facing my brother.
For some reason she started talking about when she and her brother were babies. Which one was a better baby, Dad? Which one of us was quieter. . .etc, etc.
So he’s dutifully answering the questions.. . and she says
“Dad, where do the babies come from??” (no joke!!) My poor brother turned about 8 shades of white. I’m laughing and saying “yeah, where do they come from?”
He sputtered something about telling her when she was a little older.
That was totally worth getting up early on a Sunday morning.
Post # 5
My 4 year old told me a tailor made joke in the car yesterday.
(This went on for about 5 minutes while she just randomly continued with things she was seeing out the car window)
“I didn’t say knock knock again, orange you happy?”
Post # 6
i used to babysit for a kid who at age 2 or 3 would say what sounded like “cockporn” instead of “popcorn”. it was the best.
Post # 7
My in-laws have a next door neighbor with a 3 year old and an 8 month old. Having seen her mom pregnant with her younger sister, the 3 year old has recently taken to asking most of the women she encounters when they are going to be having a baby! 🙂
Post # 8
Love is when mommy can watch daddy make a poopie and not think it’s yucky!
Post # 9
I asked my 5 year old neice what she wants to be when she grows up. Her answer, “a teenager”
Post # 10
Oh these are soo cute!! The best was last night my niece slept over. She came with 6 bags packed (for one night) which one bag had 9 stuffed animals and 2 dolls. She has soo much planned to do for the night (nails,hair,makeup, movies, making cookies..ect. the list went on!!!)
Around about 8:15 I asked if she wanted to start doing our nails..She turns to me and says ” Aunt __ I love you soo much, I’ve had a very busy busy day, I’m really tired. Would you be really sad if I asked if I could go to sleep?” I was like WHAAAT Ok sure!! ( considering I didn’t sleep the night before and I had done alot of running around that day)
Post # 11
@KatyElle: Haha that’s funny my 8 year old nephew does that joke too! I just started doing it back to him and he tells me OK I get it!! LOL
Post # 12
My younger daughter is 11 months old and beginning to talk. She is in love with our pets- the dog is “dog-dog”- which makes sense. But the other night she was across the room from our cat and began calling out “Bo!” in the cats direction. The cat turns his head to look at her and its more “Bo.. Bo!” I said, no honey that is the kitty and his name is ‘Star” and she said “NO! Bo!”. So for the past couple days when she sees the cat she yells out “Bo!” Not sure if we are going to have to re-name the cat now….
Post # 13
These are all great.
Last year, one of my students (grade 1) came up to me and said, “Ms. Pants? Sometimes? My dad says FUCK!”
and it was so loud and hilarious! I think he knew it was a bad word but didn’t really feel shy about letting me know. Kids definitely tell you everything.
Post # 14
The kids I used to nanny for cracked me up constantly. The middle girl was a big drama queen, and would always ask me to “have a coffee with her”. Her coffee was frothy milk By The Way. Then we’d have to sit in the garden to “chat”. One day she had big problems with her boyfriend (she was 5 at the time). He had been off school a lot recently with various illnesses, and apparently cried a bit too easily.
She said to me; ” Frankly Cariad, I really don’t see this going anywhere. I can’t have someone who just cries all the time and acts like he’s dying every time he has a cold. I want a career, not run around after a man with a pack of tissues!” I laughed so hard.
Her little sister was quite a star as well. When she was 2 she used to have a DVD of different animals – from A to Z. And everytime it got to Chameleon, she’d run over to me with hands n her face saying ” Oh Cariad! Yucky!!!! Bleeeeh!” and stick her tongue out. I admit I did used to rewind it because I thought it was so funny.
Post # 15
@Happy7: Thats so cute! Such a cute thread!
My 3 yr old nephew went to the store with Brother-In-Law needing duct tape. and he say’s
“i like “duck” tape… we should get chicken tape too” totally serious like it was a real thing. i love him so much!
Post # 16
It also cracks me up when I realize the house has gotten really quiet and I’ll call to my daughter “Hey, what are you doing?” and I hear her little voice say “Oh, just making a mess.”