Post # 1
Thought this would be a fun thread to start. Do your kids say certain words in a funny way? Maybe they did something in public that shocked you, but later you laughed? Let’s hear those funny stories and maybe have a few laughs now.
My niece, when she was a toddler, did not know how to say ‘lemonade’, so she called it ‘lem-a-lade’ instead. To this day, I still think of it as lemalade. LOL She also accidentally saw her father (my brother) in the shower once, and came running out to her mom, screaming “Mommy!!! Daddy has a tail! And its in the front!” I just died laughing when she did that. Oh, and she once also stated that Daddy’s teeth looked like corn (yellow).
Have or know any kids that say and do hilarious things? Share ’em! 🙂
Post # 3
@Sweet_Tea: haha funny stories! the tail thing made me laugh! my cousin was about 4 years old, i was 20. she asked me how old i was, and when i told her, she said – “wow, 20. so you’re going to have babies now.” i thought it was hilarious, but also something i would have thought at that age i think!
Post # 4
My daughter is 9 now, but years ago when she watched Hanna Montana she thought the theme song said “The best of GOAT world”- it is really “the best of BOTH worlds. And she was so stubborn- there was no convincing her. We still laugh about it.
Post # 5
Not my kiddo (he’s too young to say anything 😉 ), but one of the kiddos I work with was hilarious. He was telling my partner about his mom threatening to drop his little brother off at a church (long story…) Anyway, my partner asked him “do you know what church it was? What it was called?” He responded, “The one with the big t in front.”
Post # 6
My niece told me that she had a dream that the coffee table turned into an alligator and bit her head off. She said blood was gushing everywhere.
She was 4 when she told me this….
Post # 7
My SO’s niece is a smart, adorable 3 year old. Her nickname is Beetle or Beet. When she was 2 1/2 or so, her mom was chasing her saying, “Nom nom! I’m gonna eat you!” And Cambria yelled, “You can’t eat me! I’m not food! I’m Beet!”
Another time, I was pushing her gently on a swing. My SO said she looked bored and took over. Cambria kept yelling, “Higher! HIGHER!” Then she yelled out, “I like going this high!!!” It was so cute.
Post # 8
Two year ago, when my niece was 4, I had taken her swimming and she had sassed off to me. I don’t even remember what happened or what I said to her, but she said she was sorry. About ten minutes later she came over to me and said “Sorry means don’t tell my mom on me.”
Later that same summer, I was driving her home from the pool, and she was complaing that I drove too slowly. I explained that if I drove faster, I would be speeding and then a police officer could give me a ticket. Her response, ” Can’t you just give them money to leave you alone?” I explained that I would be arrested for that and then her mom would never let her come swimming with me again. She didn’t think it was such a good idea then.
Last summer, I actually did get pulled over with her in the car. After the officer gave me a warning, and walked off, we have the following conversation:
Her: “He had a gun.’
Her: “Was he going to shoot us?”
Me: “No, police officers only use guns on criminals and bad guys.”
Her: “Would he shoot a dog, like Bentley (her dachshund)?”
Me: “Only bad dogs who were hurting someone.”
Her: “Like a werewolf?”
Me: “Yes, like a werewolf”
Post # 9
@MrsJO: That little girl sounds like she’s going to be 100% trouble until she’s out of her teens! Too cute!
Post # 10
@MrsRugbee: She is. Especially after the newest one from this morning. She was asked if she had fun at gymnastics, and responded “Yes, and that is all you need to know.”
Post # 11
My SIL used to work at an after school program. She was telling one of the little girls about her cats and the little girl asked her to bring a picture the next day. My SIL obliges and the next day shows the picture to the little girl. When her mom came to pick her up, little girls shouts excitedly ” mommy, mommy! Miss Jenny showed me her titties!” As a speech therapist, I know that substituting /t/ for /k/ is a totally common error. It just makes for some funny, potentionally cringe-worthy moments like these. Luckily for my SIL, it was easily explained away but still super embarrassing.
Post # 12
When my little brother was young, he couldn’t make a “k” sound and would make a “d” sound instead. His name is “Curt.”
He used to call himself “Dirt!”
Post # 13
My friends daughter (6) and I were colouring, she asked if I wanted her to colour one for me so I could take it home. I of course said yes, and I told her that I would tell everyone who came over that my friend M had given that to me. She looks at me and says, “You’re not my friend!”, I was a little take aback, she then says “I mean you’re not my friend, you’re my family because I love you. You’re my Aunty”…..aww! Heartmelt!
Post # 14
@MrsJO: LOL! My jaw would DROP if I heard a kid talk like that! It’s so adorable though!
Post # 15
When my cousin was two she used to torment her dad when they would be home alone. She would walk around in her pull ups and hide her pants from my uncle and tease him about it when he’d ask where they were. Well my grandma called their house during one of these times and he told her what was going on. Grandma asked to speak to my cousin to see if she could get the secret out of her. She said “I’ve hid them in a VERY top secret place!” My grandma and my uncle started cracking up at how dramatic this little two year old was. Turns out they were in the hamper in my uncle’s room. She’s about 7 now and still as hilarious as then.
Post # 16
My niece says that “Super heros dont wear panties” lol