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post #141 of 230
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Originally Posted by mamablueberry View Post
More recently she brought home some paper gingerbread men that she made in Kindergarten. My DH and I were so embarassed when we noticed that they all had penises.

post #142 of 230
This isn't embarassing, but it's funny.... Nataleigh is 7 and Nathan is 9. (Noah is 5, too, but he wasn't involved.)

(Taken from my ex's blog from the 23rd of December...)

Quoth Nataleigh


Today, the kids were playing some new PS2 games they got from grandpa Neil (Jen's dad) for Christmas. They had Christmas with him yesterday. Anyway...
Nathan was playing some Dragon Ball Z game and one of his enemies was this android in the form of a young blond girl.
I say "This doesn't look right, big old muscular you beating on some cute girl."
Nataleigh says "As cute as she is on the outside, she is that evil on the inside."
Nathan almost lost the fight for laughing so hard.
post #143 of 230
Here's another one...

My kids have this 'companion' if you will, called 'Little Dude.' Any one of them can invoke a Little Dude, by holding their hand out like it's in a puppet and work the fingers like a mouth.
Anyway, Noah takes his little dude and starts chomping away at Nathan's chest and says "I'm stealing your soul! heehee"
I respond "What was that!?!"
Nataleigh explains "That was little dude. Sometimes he'll bite your nose."
"Biting a nose is onething. Stealing a soul is a whole different concept."
I just don't know where they come up with these things sometimes.
post #144 of 230

Some Summer Quotes

Another few from this past summer:

Noah's turn


I've quoted Nataleigh a couple times here recently.
Today, in the car, Nathan was running off at the mouth about weird random stuff and I hear Noah say from the back:
"Who are you? And what have you done with Nathan?"

I just about died laughing.

And....


This time from Nathan.

"Santa Claus must live at the north magnetic pole, because that's the only north pole with land."

And...

I was showing the kids the progress my tomato plant has been making. Nataleigh and Noah were looking it all over and looking at the little green tomato and the little yellow flowers.
Nataleigh says:
"You're making up for all the plants you've killed. Have you killed many plants?"

I guess I can't escape my past.

And one last one from the summer....

Last weekend was a big one but it started with the work picnic at a local orchard.
One of the buildings at the place was a "Hay Barn" which looked like a large shed open along one side with a lot of hay inside that the kids could run around in and do whatever it is kids do in a big pile of hay.
Nataleigh and I were sitting in there because it was shady and it was very hot. I was sitting on a platform just hanging out when Nataleigh sneaks up behind me with a big pile of hay and throws it down on my arm.
"Hey!" I exclaim.
Cool as anything, Nataleigh says "That's what it's called a 'hay barn.'"
post #145 of 230
This isn't embarassing, but it's funny....

my mil told me that when sil was 2ish (i think she;d been weaned), she pointed to mil's breast and said "that's milk"

That's right...said mil

sil pointed to the other breast, and said, "what's in that one, apple juice?"
post #146 of 230
Today, Dd 5.5 & I went shopping. We had a bag from Kohls that we were putting all of our things in to buy...I see a pair of really cute black thongs, and toss them in the bag, but Dd gets them back out and said "What do these things do mom?" and I said "They are panties." She said "Well can you tell me how they work?" So I discreetly show her the front and back of the panties, and said the string part kinda tucked into your buttcrack and she says with probably the loudest voice possible (and one hand in the air like oh no you didnt!) "OH MY GOD! THOSE ARE SO DISGUSTING MOM! THEY DON'T EVEN HAVE A BUTT IN THEM! YOUR BUTT WILL RUB AGAINST YOUR JEANS WHEN YOU WEAR THOSE!" So I am red in the face and a few women about fell over laughing, and I whisper that it wasn't the time or place to talk about it, and we needed to put the panties back in the bag. So we do, and we continue walking, and about 10 minutes later in the checkout lane, she said again (Loudly!) "I still can't believe you are actually buying panties that have NO butt in them! It is so disgusting mom! I am telling daddy too!"

post #147 of 230
Not really embarrassing but funny:

DS (3) has this fascination with "bad words". We were driving down the street and he was asking me "Mommy, is tree a bad word? Can I say tree?" and so on to everything we saw until finally I got exasperated and told ds "Mommy will tell you what the bad words are, honey. If you say one, I will let you know." And clear as day he says "F**K - that's a bad word." I guess I asked for that one.
post #148 of 230
It wasn't me that DD has been embarrasing but her grandpa. He takes her once a week or so and they go play at a playground or the local pool. He had her at the playground one day shortly after we found out this baby was a boy. She was also potty training and VERY interested in what makes boys and girls different. As she played at the playground that day, she announced at the top of her lungs, to every person she say, "You are a girl! You have a vagina!" "You are a boy! You have a penis!" My poor, conservative FIL was SO mortified that they ended up leaving because she wouldn't stop!
post #149 of 230
I've been reading and laughing for an hour....Here's a story from our family.: My nephew, who was about 12 at the time, pale, blonde, blue eyed, profoundly autistic....he's just gotten off an airplane and is walking through the terminal to meet his mom's future in-laws for the first time. As they turn a corner, they come face to face with several African American men. My nephew stops, gives a James Brown scream, spins around, and shouts out "Say it loud, I'm black and I'm proud!"
post #150 of 230
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Originally Posted by AndiG View Post
not embarrassing but darn funny.... We went to Chicago with the kids, my bil and another couple when Dd was just about 26 months. She wasn't terribly clear with her words and ended up prouncing truck as cock. Well the other couple, Jamie and Lisa, rented a red suv for the trip. When we were driving to the zoo we got lost and they had to follow us out of downtown Chicago during the city wide marathon. Charlotte spent the entire time asking us where Jamie's big red cock was and when would she see it again?

bil, dh and I were the only ones in the vehicle (other than our two kids ) and were having a hard time not laughing ourselves sick over the cock comments.


DS pronounces Percy, one of the Thomas the train characters, puss*...


The worst is when he goes around choosing which characters we like the best for us. Mommy likes James. Daddy likes...

And he's done that in public restaurants too. No place is exempt.
post #151 of 230
take the tr off of truck and insert f
that's the way truck used to be pronounced around here.
post #152 of 230
thankfully, my daughter hasn't embarrassed me too bad yet (either that or I've blocked it out), but my mother reminds me often of when she had started dating again (my parents divorced when I was an infant) that I told her date "my dad poops in the gutters and rides cows naked"

to make more sense of this, my dad was a dairy farmer, but to my knowledge never did either of those things
sarah
post #153 of 230
When my dd was 2yo, my friend & I took her ds (also 2yo) and my dd on a road trip to the Fort Wayne zoo. Anyway, we shared a hotel room and while my friend was changing her ds' diaper my little girl walked over looked at her friend, looked at me and said "Look momma!! R--- has a tail!!! I never knew that!" My friend and I died laughing.
post #154 of 230
A few months ago we went out to eat at a busy restraunt...A man walked by wearing a large red turban...My daughter had recently seen Pirates of the Carribean and to my horror points directly at him and yells "LOOK MOM A PIRATE!!!" some more excited pointing "LOOK A PIRATE!!!"

I was sooooo embarassed and later we had a dicussion about how different people wear different kinds of clothes...
post #155 of 230
Potty training 2 year old stands up beside me in the restaurant booth, and pulls her pants down and annouces "Mommy I have to go." Laughing ensues all around us.

Same child, 3.5 standing behind a woman in the supermarket, "Mommy that woman has a enormous GIGANTIC bum." (same child remarks to me one day, you have a big bum Mommy). Later conversation about how not all things need to be said all the time.

Other child at 2 asks loudly in the public restroom, "Mommy do you need to change your diaper?" (pad) and another time, "Mommy peed from her vagina!" on the bus.

Extroverts. I have extroverts for children.
post #156 of 230
At Taka Sushi....

"Why does she talk funny like that?"
post #157 of 230
*wiping tears of laughter*

When DS was 3 he had the following conversation with a lady in the checkout line at the grocery store:

DS: You have a baby in your tummy and I know how it's gonna get out! You're gonna get a tummy ache an' den you'll push real hard like your going poo and a baby will come right out of your VAGINA!

Lady: Um, there's no baby in my tummy.

DS: Oh, so then you're just really, really, really, really FAT!

~~~~~~

When he was 2 he liked to eat his meals with a fork but didn't always pronounce it correctly. He would scream in restaurants at the top of his lungs:

"I WANNA F***!"
post #158 of 230
OMG, I am dying here, I am so glad this thread has been resurrected!


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Originally Posted by azjen43 View Post
I've been reading and laughing for an hour....Here's a story from our family.: My nephew, who was about 12 at the time, pale, blonde, blue eyed, profoundly autistic....he's just gotten off an airplane and is walking through the terminal to meet his mom's future in-laws for the first time. As they turn a corner, they come face to face with several African American men. My nephew stops, gives a James Brown scream, spins around, and shouts out "Say it loud, I'm black and I'm proud!"
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Originally Posted by mamatoady View Post
thankfully, my daughter hasn't embarrassed me too bad yet (either that or I've blocked it out), but my mother reminds me often of when she had started dating again (my parents divorced when I was an infant) that I told her date "my dad poops in the gutters and rides cows naked"

to make more sense of this, my dad was a dairy farmer, but to my knowledge never did either of those things
sarah
post #159 of 230
OMG I'm crying!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
One sunday in church it was childrens storytime, up front, with a microphone (do you see where this is heading ?) and the person giving the childrens sermon was talking about how you show others you love them and how families are kind to one another and 'How does your family show love?'

so dd, who was 5 at the time, raises her hand very sweetly and takes the mic when offered, and bellows into it 'my mama and Daddy pile up and bounce.... IN THE BED!'

dh is the organist and up in the choir loft and we look at eachother and for a moment it was silence, dead silence, then snickers, then all out laughter.
aaahhhh, I don't embarras easily, so it was more funny than anything, but dh was mortified. The ladies in the choir were crying and there is sweet little dd with the biggest grin thinking she has the family showing amazing love....

another time we were having a tagsale and my dnephew who was about 4 at the time was up in a tree in the front yard when a women got out of her car and walked up the drive, she was a very beautiful, very dark complexion woman of color and was driving a very shiny balck sedan, she had a very elaborate black satiny hat and long swirly black dress and he yells out, 'hey Mom! that lady matches her car!'

same day, my sweet little nephew is trying to get through a group of tagsalers and he slaps the back of this woman thigh (she was wearing shorts) and proclaims "move along fattylegs!!" :
post #160 of 230
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Originally Posted by mamabearsoblessed View Post
same day, my sweet little nephew is trying to get through a group of tagsalers and he slaps the back of this woman thigh (she was wearing shorts) and proclaims "move along fattylegs!!" :
Oh stop. My stomach hurts from laughing so hard.
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