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cute things LOs said

post #1 of 113
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I immagine this has already been done before, but how about sharing some of the funny/cute things your LOs have said?

Some from my 6yo:

DS meets the postman out on the street: "have you anything for me?'"
Postman, leafing through his pile: "who are you"?
DS: "I'm my daddy's son"

At a playground to an older kid who also asked "who are you", DS replied, a little irritated at such an obvious question "I'm a boy!"

I'm travelling for work and tell DS that I will be in Paris. DS in a dreamy voice "oooh, Paris! Where the Aristocats are!"

DS asks what "parliament" is. We have already talked about laws, relating to who are police, traffic safety etc.
Me: Well, DS, who makes laws?
DS: You do!

I show DS a new necklace and ask him if it suits me.
DS: You look beautiful whatever necklace you wear.
Me: Oh DS, who taught you to say such sweet things?
DS: You and daddy, you are almost perfect parents.
(True story. On the other hand he has also told me "mummy you have more pimples than a witch!"

Once when he was about 4, to someone who asked, "My mummy's name is firstname surname". Then to me, "I know your name because I know you very well."

also when he was smaller:

Mummy I love you more than daddy
Why?
Because you are softer.


go on, share yours!
post #2 of 113
Aww, that's cute!

From my almost 5yo:

He was on the phone to my grandma, and told her that after his swimming lessons, he got to get in the "cat pool" - get it? the kiddie (kitty) pool? lol (I'm still not sure he knows that it's not a *kitty* pool)

A bunch of months ago, he heard me say something like "It blows my mind that people do x."
It took me a few minutes to connect it when he said "It blows the brains right out of my head"

He's heard dp say recently "those were the days". So when he and dp were talking about when they were snowboarding last winter, he said "yep, those were my days".
post #3 of 113
DS says cute stuff all the time, but my latest favorite is that at night when I'm lying in his bed with him, he says, "Mommy, you'll always be my baby." :
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My little cousin said this to our dog after he pooped on the floor, "Max, you don't poop on floor.... you poop in your pants!" (This is when she was in diapers) HAHAHAH!
post #5 of 113
Aw, mamas, these are all so adorable!! :

Last year when my grandson was 3 years old, I was taking him to a birthday party at the mall. I was trying to find a parking place and he says out of the blue, "this is where the cars hide." It took me only a few seconds to realize what he meant as we were driving by the parking garage!

Near where I live in the city there is a small two lane road between two neighborhoods. On either side of this road are a bunch of trees and he likes to say that we are in a forest.

I wish I could remember some more!! I love the funny and innocent stuff that comes out of the mouth of babes!
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Not my own LO, but a good friend's: She was babysitting two kids, about 7 and 4, I think? Anyway, they said they learned the Three R's at school and she said, "Cool! 'Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic'!" They looked at her, appalled. "Uhh, NO. It's 'Reduce, Reuse, Recycle'! Jeez." They went on to berate her about the fact that Writing and Arithmetic don't even begin with R anyway. She tried to explain, but eventually gave up.
post #7 of 113
Quotes from my DD, who will be three in September:

"Oh look! I have really tiny little mommy milks!"

"My butt really had a long day."

"I don't want to go to school, I want to go work in the city."

"I can't read that, it's in French." (DD doesn't even read English!)
post #8 of 113
Oh, and another secondhand one (Lily is preverbal): A friend's son was singing "Row Row Row Your Boat" one day and she over heard his sing the last line - "Merrily merrily merrily merrily, like a spider dream."

I *always* think of that when I hear that song now. Ah, merry spider dreams!
post #9 of 113
One morning I was driving DD to preschool and she said, "I tooted in my mouth" and laughing hysterically, I said, "What???" And so she repeated it...it took me a minute to realize that she was describing a burp the only way she knew how!! It was so funny!
post #10 of 113
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Originally Posted by ShwarmaQueen View Post
One morning I was driving DD to preschool and she said, "I tooted in my mouth" and laughing hysterically, I said, "What???" And so she repeated it...it took me a minute to realize that she was describing a burp the only way she knew how!! It was so funny!
HA! That reminds me of another! A friend's son came running up to her one day holding out his hand, saying "Mama! My hand is . . . spicy!"


. . .



Figure it out yet?



. . .



His hand had fallen asleep. :
post #11 of 113
DS1 was showing DS2 (2 yo) some dandelions and DS2 picked one and smelled it. Then he asked DS1 "Did someone hammer these in?"

DS2 still nurses and recently asked what the names of my parts were. He decided to use his own names for my parts, though. He calls breasts (and nursing) "momo," the areola "raveola" (the same word he uses for ravioli), and the nipples "tiny momo." Now when we eat ravioli, and DS2 says, "I am eating raveola" it cracks me up.
post #12 of 113
On Father's Day as the kids gave dh his presents, ds2 said "Daddy, what are you going to get me for Little Brother day?"

When ds1 was about 5yo, he and dh were playing pirates. Ds1 ran into the bathroom, and a few minutes later we hear "Arrgh matey, I pooped."

Ds2 says "Oh my goshes." When I do something that he doesn't like, he tells me his heart has grown smaller for me. When I do something he likes, he tells me his heart is soooooo big for me.
post #13 of 113
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Originally Posted by CatsCradle View Post

"I can't read that, it's in French." (DD doesn't even read English!)
At Christmas my DS said, "I want chocolate. FRENCH chocolate." No idea where he got that.
post #14 of 113
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Originally Posted by RoseDuperre View Post
Not my own LO, but a good friend's: She was babysitting two kids, about 7 and 4, I think? Anyway, they said they learned the Three R's at school and she said, "Cool! 'Reading, Writing, and Arithmetic'!" They looked at her, appalled. "Uhh, NO. It's 'Reduce, Reuse, Recycle'! Jeez." They went on to berate her about the fact that Writing and Arithmetic don't even begin with R anyway. She tried to explain, but eventually gave up.
post #15 of 113
Oh, there are so many gems, but here are a few that come to mind:

4.5yo DD is convinced that the ABBA song Waterloo is really "Walk-a-doo" which she proudly belts out as she struts around the house.

When she was about 3yo, we were visiting relatives and she used the f-word, which must have slipped out of my or DH's mouth at some point. When my SIL asked her what she just said, she whispered, "It's a bad word in Egypt" (we were in Egypt when she was 2.5yo, so we must have told her there that it was a bad word).

One day she told me that I was fat...when I told her that it was not nice to say that to people, she told me, "not all over, Mommy, just your boobies".

When she was much younger, she saw DH naked and exclaimed, "Daddy has a tail! Girls don't have tails, only boys!"
post #16 of 113
LOL love these threads I can't think of any funny ones right now....

A sweet one, first thing she said early in the morning
"I love you every much in the whole world mama"


DH said 'you're getting so big and old'
disgustedly: "i'm not OLD! "


In the bath
"DON"T wash mine armpits, ONLY mine body."

When i told her she can't try rollerskating until she is bigger
"I eat lots get bigger bigger, get numnums (breasts), get a ring (like a wedding ring), drive a car, play with my crayons all by myself!"

One from several months ago- We had been talking about God and creation, and a few night later there was a full moon. DH asks her "Who put the moon in the sky?" she answers "Mama put that there for me!"
post #17 of 113
DS says mine too!!

We found a kitten under a bush in a park after a bunch of nasty storms, DS picks up the kitty and says "this is mine best friend!", and "this is mine favorite kitty!". Needless to say, the kitty now has a new home- we couldn't take away his best friend, favorite kitty!

Here is a pic when he said the first one:

http://i573.photobucket.com/albums/s...4/P1030871.jpg
post #18 of 113
DD has always come up with some real gems. She's always had a thing about wanting a big butt. We can't figure this out, but she's been that way since she was around 2!

When she had just turned 4 I was in the kitchen one day. She came up to me and this was our conversation. Mind you she was sincerely being as sweet as can be.

DD: Mommy, one day I'm going to be big like you!
Me: Yes dear, you will.
DD: And I'm going to be all grown up!
Me: Yes dear, yes you will.
DD: And when I'm all grown up I'll have a BIG BUTT just like you!!

Earlier this week I was pulling weeds in the garden and DH was hanging around talking to me avoiding chores. He had a 3 prong garden fork and went to toss it in the ground, missed, and stabbed himself in the leg (not his most graceful move!) DD asked what happened and he said he was trying to be cool and hurt himself instead. So, so earnest she replied "That's ok Daddy. I'll teach you how to be cool without getting hurt!"
post #19 of 113
On father's day, I served myself a bigger dessert than I could eat. My husband said to my daughter (4 years old): "Mom's eyes are bigger than her stomach", to which DD responded, after looking carefully at me for a few seconds: "Noooo... that's just her glasses!"

We had a good laugh!
post #20 of 113
Okay, my son is preverbal, but I do have some good ones from my friends' kids.

One friend's daughters, 6 and 4, are playing with Brodie. I had him in a tie dye shirt I made with cherry cool aid, so it was kind of pink.

4yo: Brodie is SO pretty!
6yo: Boys can't be pretty!
4yo: Well *I* think he is.... cuz of his pink shirt!

and another time, when we hadn't been over in a few months, 4yo sees Brodie and asks "Is he still Brodie?"


Another friend's son, 6 at the time, was living with me during my first pregnancy. 2 from grocery shopping:

In the baby food aisle, he exclaims loudly "This is what the baby will eat when it's done sucking on your boobies!"

And when I say we need waffles:

Him: "Waffles?! If you say waffles one more time, I'm gonna go CRAZY!"
I look him in the eye: "waffles."
He runs down the aisle waving his arms in the air "I'm crazy! I'm crazy! I'm crazy!"



and taking in groceries:

Him: I bet your husband could carry ALL of these groceries!
Me: probably so.
Him: He CAN'T be stronger than MY dad, though.
Me: Why not?
Him: Cuz my dad is BLACK!
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