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post #61 of 113
DS's recent cute words:

tawrbabies = strawberries

weet = feet

and every time he hears birds he says "birdie tweet tweet, i hearee"

he puts an "e" on the end of any word ending in the letter R. So water = watee, hear = hearee, etc

so precious..I love reading all of these, mamas!
post #62 of 113
When my dd was three, she used to say "Lello triwingle" for "yellow triangle." I used to go out of my way to try and invent reasons for her to say that because I thought it was adorable.

My ds1's contribution to funny family words was " Hangamer" for "hamburger"

Noticing the sun hanging low in the sky while we were at the playground today, ds2 urged "Mommy, we have to go home NOW. The sun is going to turn off weally quick!!"

A friend of my dd's was famous for malapropisms. Her mom used to call me after a playdate with laughing questions like "S. said you gave her soilmilk for lunch? " (soymilk) and my fave "S. said she played with *maggots* all afternoon at your house?" (magnets)

Dd wrote her dad a Christmas card when she was 5 or so with a big star on it and the words "Daddy, you are a SART!!" When dh is having a bad day, I still remind him that he will always be a sart in his little girl's eyes, and it still makes both of us laugh
post #63 of 113
DS had a few funny ones today, so I thought I'd share them here.

He wanted to know if sharks have penises (all my posts are penis-related these days....), and I told him I didn't know. He said, "click it up on the computer."

We were building forts this morning. He told DH at lunchtime that he was "building fortunes all morning long."

He got a little (2mm?) raised burn on his arm from unscrewing a flashlight and putting the lightbulb on his arm. He spent a long time explaining how sad he was, and that he was going to tell his sister, dad, grandma, etc. not to do that. Then he said, "but I am happy that now I have 3 nipples!"

This afternoon he was walking on my back and said, "I'm think I might fall because of my blood pressure." I have no idea what he is talking about or where he got it from, but it made me crack up.
post #64 of 113
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Originally Posted by tarajean56 View Post
He wanted to know if sharks have penises (all my posts are penis-related these days....), and I told him I didn't know. He said, "click it up on the computer."
These are cute... but more importantly now I want to know... DO sharks have penises???
post #65 of 113
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Originally Posted by aran View Post
These are cute... but more importantly now I want to know... DO sharks have penises???
Not technically. They have 2 "claspers" along the inner margin of their pelvic fin (right behind their belly). So, it's not called a penis, but it looks enough like one to satisfy a sea-creature and penis obsessed 2 year old. Essentially it works the same way as well.
post #66 of 113
These posts are making me laugh. I have a 15 month old who just started to say "this", "that" and "mine." I am looking forward to the funny things that will come out of his mouth one day!
post #67 of 113
For reasons unknown, my DS can't say "corn." He pronounces it as "porn." So he'll say, "Ivan has hot porn! There's Mommy's porn, Daddy's porn and Ivan's porn!"

He can say carrot. He can say excavator. He can say coatamundi. He can say pterodactyl.

I have no idea why "corn" is such a problem or why he thinks it's "porn" instead. If I say, "Say 'corn'" He'll say, "Pthorn." It's hilarious and bizarre.

And "popcorn" is "popporn." Oy. The fundy in-laws are coming out in September... I'm hoping he figures it out by then!
post #68 of 113
My daughter Lorien is 4 (on the 17th). The other day we had ice cream after dinner (we had special company, lol) after we had finished, her baby brother Jasper woke up, so I went to nurse him. Our conversation went something like this:

Lorien: Is he hungry?
Me: Yes, he's a hungry boy
Lorien: So, he's eating ice cream?
Me: No, he's nursing, drinking mommy milk
Lorien: But there's ice cream in it.
Me: What do you mean?
Lorien: Well, you ate ice cream, and now he's eating ice cream
Me: Oh, well I guess that's pretty close. What mommy eats gets turned into mommy milk for Jasper.
Lorien: I know.
post #69 of 113
Yesterday dd1 was outside with family playing in the yard when dh pointed out
some storm clouds. Next thing I knew dd1 was running around yelling that
everyone should be careful because there's going to be a Tomato! (tornado)
"The tomato! The tomato is coming! Quick! Get everything inside the house!" (and she proceeds to bring all the toys in to the house).
post #70 of 113
I teach piano to a family of boys - one is 6 and the other two (twins) are 5.

The 6 year old told me once (verbatim, in all seriousness): "I didn't get the opportunity to practice as much as I wanted to this week, so I feel unprepared. Make that into considering." :

It was all I could not to laugh.

He also gave me this gem: I walked into their house, and he offered me an oatmeal snack bar.

Me: No, thank you, Peter. I'm going to have dinner when I get home and I don't want to spoil my appetite.
Peter: It's ok - we have more money than you do, so I want you to have it.
Peter's mom (mortified): Peter! You don't know that we have more money than she does!
Peter: But you said that because daddy had a good job and made enough money, you could stay home with us, and Sara is working, so OBVIOUSLY we have more money.
Peter's mom: (dropped jaw)
Peter (handing me the snack bar): I'm ready for my lesson now. (Walks to the piano) Does my mom tip you enough?



His poor mother was so mortified.
post #71 of 113
These are all so great.

My DS is only 16 months so i don't have anything super funny yet. I do remember the first time he said cookie though...He was babbling some words he just learned and I said "Cannon, you are such a smart cookie!" a few seconds later he said very gently "cooooooookieeeee?". He loves animal crackers, those are his 'cookies'.
post #72 of 113
Oh, and he also has a lovely that is a turtle. Sometime she will forget it in a room and when he comes back in he will scream 'TEEEEEDLE!!!!' and grab and hug him like he hasn't seen him in days.

I can't wait until he can talk like everyone elses' LOs.
post #73 of 113
When DS was 3 or so he could not say chimpanzee he said pimpchanzee!! LOL! And the babies are baby pimps. I still giggle about that!

I have a notebook that I write down funny things...other wise I would never remember.
post #74 of 113
AW, these are all so cute....
Some recent ones from us... Recently, ds #2 and I were sitting outside in the yard and a crabapple fell from the tree. He was like "An apple!" and picked it up. I explained to him that it wasn't an apple he could eat, but it was a crabapple for other uses. He tosses it back on the ground and looks up at the trees so seriously and says "I bet they're for crabs to eat. I bet theres crabs up there."
post #75 of 113
When my nephew was 6 his parents were planning a trip to Disney. So the Christmas before his grandmother wrapped up a Disney park pass as a present. It looked like a gift card with Mickey Mouse on it.

Nephew opens it up and says "Oh! My own credit card!"
post #76 of 113
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Originally Posted by Snuzzmom View Post
For reasons unknown, my DS can't say "corn." He pronounces it as "porn." So he'll say, "Ivan has hot porn! There's Mommy's porn, Daddy's porn and Ivan's porn!"
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post #77 of 113
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Originally Posted by smeisnotapirate View Post
I teach piano to a family of boys - one is 6 and the other two (twins) are 5.

The 6 year old told me once (verbatim, in all seriousness): "I didn't get the opportunity to practice as much as I wanted to this week, so I feel unprepared. Make that into considering." :

It was all I could not to laugh.

He also gave me this gem: I walked into their house, and he offered me an oatmeal snack bar.

Me: No, thank you, Peter. I'm going to have dinner when I get home and I don't want to spoil my appetite.
Peter: It's ok - we have more money than you do, so I want you to have it.
Peter's mom (mortified): Peter! You don't know that we have more money than she does!
Peter: But you said that because daddy had a good job and made enough money, you could stay home with us, and Sara is working, so OBVIOUSLY we have more money.
Peter's mom: (dropped jaw)
Peter (handing me the snack bar): I'm ready for my lesson now. (Walks to the piano) Does my mom tip you enough?



His poor mother was so mortified.
I am in love with those kids. Awesome. :
post #78 of 113
We were driving along a country road and I was explaining to DD what a forest was. Just then we conveniently passed through some dense woods. "There" I pointed out. "THAT'S a forest!" She scowls, "I don't see any forest; all I see is a bunch of trees!"

DS was watching a load of manure being delivered to the garden. I explained it was to go on the strawberries. He watched thoughtfully while they piled it up then he turns to me and says, "Can I have whipped cream on mine instead?"

Once we spent a winter in an old farmhouse with a monstrous hulking gas furnace. I spent the whole winter yelling at the kids to shut the door so the heat wouldn't get out. The first day of spring one of them opened a window and I heard the 3yr old tell them, "Shut that window or the heater will get out."
post #79 of 113
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Originally Posted by desperatemommytobe View Post
Okay this one comes from my niece who was three at the time and my sister told me, they were driving somewhere and they passed through a crash:

My niece: Mommy what is that? (pointing to the crash)
My sister: It's a car accident
My niece: Okay. Mommy
My sister: Yes honey?
My niece: What is a car purpose then?
Insurance Fraud.
post #80 of 113
my ds is 21 months, but doesnt talk much yet.... his signing picked up from only "milk" to repeating everything we signed at about 18 months.

he had just started signing "please" and "thankyou" when he wanted something, he would point to it and sign please... i noticed that if he REALLY wanted something, he would point to it and alternate signing "please" and "thankyou" lol
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