Post # 17
Yeah, Mommy doesn’t play that game! I didn’t tell her I was going to wash her mouth out with soap like my parents told me, but I did tell her that next time was a direct trip to time out.
And I thought it was bad when the other day she started dancing and singing “booty booty booty booty rockets (should be “rockin'”) everywhere”… My husband likes that song for some reason :0 The bad part was that she WAS shaking her butt.
Kids really do pick up everything. It’s nuts!
Post # 18
Oh my gosh! They really do pick up on everything, don’t they?! Hopefully it won’t happen again 🙂
One of my best friends latched onto the same word when she was about 3 or 4 years old. Her dad was chatting with her friend’s dad, and she wanted him to finish so they could leave. She thought maybe if she used “adult language” it might do a better job of getting through to her dad, so she said, “Are we leaving or what, ass****?” Still cracks me up every time I think about it.
Then there was the time my 5 year old stepbrother (this was decades before I was born) decided to try out the new word he learned. He chose to bust it out at the dinner table when his very straight-laced grandmother was visiting. His choice of words, “Could you please pass the f***ing butter?”
Post # 19
@jamiemichelle: oh my gosh lol that is awesome I love the booty song too.If it makes you feel better I was playing Super Mario on the wii the other night and my daughter was sitting by me and I died and she goes “Ah f*** mom!”
Yeah toddlers minds are sponges.
Post # 20
Oh my gosh! HAHA Sorry… that’s awful.
Post # 21
whew, ok now that I am done laughing, that sucks 😉 Kids pick up everything. If we ever have kids, I’m going to have the same problem. Fiance has a “potty” mouth
Post # 22
Bahaha. Sorry. My daughter told our dog “stay away from her you b*tch!” which she picked up from watching Aliens with her dad. I was shocked, but had to laugh and then tell her we don’t say that. My nephews are always asking if this or that word are grown up words.
Post # 23
Okay that seriously made me LOL…
It makes me feel better that other kids say naughty words at one point or another… like I’m not a failure at mothering.
Post # 24
Haha, they had the same thing happen in tthat one movie, sequel to Meet the Parents 2. The kid was very cute saying ‘asshoooole”, I’m sure so is your daughter 🙂
Post # 25
That’s hilarious! I love the crazy things kids pick up!
Mr. Adventure’s mom always says that her cat is “bad to the bone” or “a pain in the drain”. Well, one day, she caught her youngest granddaughter telling her older sister that she’s “bad to the drain!”
Now Mr. Adventure and I use it ALL the time, because its so freaking cute!
Post # 26
Nah, it was pretty clear…. she’s already talking (all the time) and has a decent vocabulary. She just yelled it and let it drag out for a good 5 seconds. Needless to say I was stunned. Asshole definitely wasn’t a word I wanted added to her vocabulary though.
Post # 27
hahahaha- and yet so adorable! Yes kids do the dardest things 🙂
Post # 28
Ya FI’s 3 year old the other day dropped his string cheese and said “oh crap”, I say that all the time. We just looked at each other and started cracking up and then Fiance gave me a laughing look what you’ve taught him. Time to watch our words!
Post # 29
Sorry, but that’s a super funny story! Poor baby! Obviously she had no idea the gravity of what she was saying (still not ok for her to say, I know).
Post # 30
I’m sorry but that is soooo funny!
Post # 31
Haha, I think it’s normal for kids to pick up on those words. I took my nephew grocery shopping, and said “Almost done! We just need to get the milk!” so naturally he responds with “Where’s the f&*king milk?!” He’s a perfectly normal, well behaved little boy aside from that incident!
@hergreenapples: That’s hilarious how politely he dropped the f-bomb!