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post #21 of 121
Well, we are frequently laughing about how we are always saying, things like, you can't touch your bottom then your food, your feet can't touch your food, and yes you do have to wear panties it is a rule. (we did the whole run around naked thing for a long time, but we really need to her to wear clothes sometimes!! It's cold!) Anyone else constantly saying don't due xyz gross thing, like its normal!!!
post #22 of 121
when dd says ketchup it sounds like "cat shit" the first time she said it i was having breakfast with a friend at a small rest in my home town. a girl i graduated hs with was waiting on us. dd kept yelling "WANT CAT SHIT MAMA WANT CAT SHIT!!!!" it took us most of the meal to realize what she wanted. that was the beginning of her love affair with the condiment
post #23 of 121
A few weeks ago, we were all snuggling in our bed in the morning, the girls in the middle. They like to climb over us and then slide down our legs onto the floor. So, Kate slithers over to Daddy and says "Daddy, I want to go down on you!" Hmm.
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post #25 of 121
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Originally Posted by TxMominCT View Post
Anyone else constantly saying don't due xyz gross thing, like its normal!!!
Only things like, "Don't let Baby suck on your nose!" and "No, you can't wipe her butt, let ME do that!!"

I also used to have to tell my son not to "chew his teeth." That's because he grinds, and has always done so, even before he had teeth. When he was between two and three, he'd grind while he was coloring or watching TV or even riding in the car, things like that. I tried to explain what he was doing and he didn't understand "grind." So I showed him: "this is what you're doing" (insert demonstration) "and you should try not to, it's bad for your teeth." He interpreted that as chewing, hence "don't chew your teeth." Anyone else hears that, and they look at me like I've lost my mind.
post #26 of 121
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Originally Posted by OGirlieMama View Post
A few weeks ago, we were all snuggling in our bed in the morning, the girls in the middle. They like to climb over us and then slide down our legs onto the floor. So, Kate slithers over to Daddy and says "Daddy, I want to go down on you!" Hmm.
Oh my...
post #27 of 121
NAK These are hysterical!! Be back later to add mine lol!
post #28 of 121


hysterical!

there have been a few with DD, but my favorite so far is when she pointed at a woman in the grocery store, and said (oh so very loudly) "POO POO SH*T!"

that's Ella-nese for "purple shirt." i'm not sure if the woman believed me though! (she was wearing a bright purple shirt though!)

also, DH taught DD to say "i know" when he says she's beautiful
it's sooooo embarrassing when a stranger tells her she's beautiful and she says "i know." *cringe*
post #29 of 121
My DD today noticed the testicles on my dad's dog. She asked what they were, although she knows quite well what they are because we are constantly telling her to leave our dog's alone. She then proceeds to tell my dad that Lance has testicles, but Julie (our other dog) has a vulva, she has a vulva and Daddy has testicles too. My dad had a look on his face like he was totally unsure where to go with all that. She also sings a song she made up, "My vulva, my butt! My vulva, my butt!" It has moves and everything. It's kinda embarrassing at church!
post #30 of 121
I am constantly telling ds, when he comes in the bathroom with me, "no that's okay, I can wipe myself, thank you!"
post #31 of 121
These are funny.

My son is a Thomas the Tank Engine fan, BIG TIME. Only he pronounces Percy as "pussy." I hope that's okay to say... but anyway, Percy and Emily (the trains) are his favorites. We had an Emily (person) over visiting and my sister was trying to get him to say Emily, since it's one of his favorite words. Well, he wouldn't. "I want Percy!" instead Didn't come out well.
post #32 of 121
The sitter just reminded me that DD used to pronounce the color "grey" as "gay." Happens to be the color DH wears most often. So DH would carry her down the street and she'd shout out to anyone who would listen "Daddy gay! Daddy gay!" (DH is bi, so he always said "well, she's sort of close.") I'm glad we live in NYC where they got some cute smiles out of that one.

She also once shouted at a stranger wearing grey "Man gay!" to which he instantly responded "Yes, indeed, I am, sweetie!" with a smile.
post #33 of 121
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Originally Posted by EviesMom View Post
The sitter just reminded me that DD used to pronounce the color "grey" as "gay." Happens to be the color DH wears most often. So DH would carry her down the street and she'd shout out to anyone who would listen "Daddy gay! Daddy gay!" (DH is bi, so he always said "well, she's sort of close.") I'm glad we live in NYC where they got some cute smiles out of that one.

She also once shouted at a stranger wearing grey "Man gay!" to which he instantly responded "Yes, indeed, I am, sweetie!" with a smile.
That is SO sweet!
post #34 of 121
My DS loves blueberries, which he calls "booty." He is also into being a big boy and wants everything big. We were at the grocery store, I was feeding him blueberries in the cart, and he wanted all the big ones. A woman with a rather large, ahem, derriere came right next to us and DS started hollering "big booty! big booty!"
post #35 of 121
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Originally Posted by EviesMom View Post

She also once shouted at a stranger wearing grey "Man gay!" to which he instantly responded "Yes, indeed, I am, sweetie!" with a smile.
that's my favorite!
post #36 of 121
I went to a conference at my son's Montessori school last year (he was 3 1/4) and the teacher wanted to know what he might have meant by "children burn faster than adults"

Apparently my talk during cooking about how children's skin is more sensitive and can burn more EASILY didn't translate well.

Wendi
post #37 of 121
While my parents were on vacation, my sister and I stayed with my aunt. I'd guess were 4 and 5 years old or so. My aunt let us play with bubbles in the kitchen. The doorbell rang and as she went to get it, she slipped and fell down HARD. She wasn't seriously injured, but she sure felt it for awhile. When my parents came to us, Aunt asked us if we blew bubbles at home. I said "Yes, but they don't fall down like you do"
post #38 of 121
A few weeks ago, my friend was having a baby shower. There was a buffet and all the kids went through first, while adults stood by each dish and served them (like in a cafeteria). The youngest child going through the line, 2 y.o. boy *wearing a tee shirt that says "punk"*:
lady #1 served him. He answers "f##k you!".
Shocked silence. Unsure what to say to that, we continue serving. And all down the line, to each woman, he answers "f##k you!".
One minute after he is done being served, his mother comes over to the buffet to be served. As she is served, he smiles sweetly and says to her "I say f##k you to evy-one!". Only then did we realize that was how he pronounced THANK you.
post #39 of 121
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Originally Posted by Jess_n'_the_bean View Post
dd has a book called "frog girl" that she really likes, but with her 2-year old pronunciation, it comes out as...

"I want f*#ck ewwl"

get the picture? My mom was looking after dd last week and was killing herself laughing but never could figure out what dd was trying to communicate!
Once, when DD1 was about 2yo, this is how she pronounced "fork." This was also around the time my first marriage was beginning to fall apart. DH and I separated when the girls were about 2.5 and 1.

So anyway, we were having lunch over at a friend's house when DD1 dropped her fork and wanted another one. So she said "I need a f@*k" repeatedly!

I finally said to her "No, that's what Mommy needs. You want a FORK!!"
post #40 of 121
Today DD2, age 4, looked me in the eye and said - genuinely, i might add - "Mommy, I'm sorry you weren't born normal."
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