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post #21 of 230
These stories are so funny! My son hasn't quite gotten to saying embarassing things (no doubt its coming, he's 28 months now - just a matter of time).

The most embarassing thing I can think of was when my MIL and I went to a friend's house for dinner. We were sitting in the living room and my son (9 months old or so) grunts and toots while sitting on my lap. Or so I think. I tilt him forward and realize that he's had a major diaper leak on the back of his shirt. I think it was at least 3 or 4 day supply of poo, given his schedule at the time.

I stood up with the intent of going to clean up him up.... Only to discover that most of the poo is all over the front of my shirt, the front of my pants from waist to ankle, and still running downhill. I immediately jumped onto the tile and started scooting towards the laundry room (which is open to the rest of the house). I ended up taking all my son's clothes off and stripping myself down to my underwear.... I went home in borrowed purple plaid jammie pants and an old t-shirt. At least I had an extra outfit for my son in the car. My MIL was laughing so hard she could hardly help rinse the poo off.
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post #23 of 230
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Originally Posted by pickle it
Balanced Mama: I've known a few adult men who never outgrew their fear of the scary big white tampon!
Ha! Isn't that the truth?
post #24 of 230
Thread Starter 
Oh! I thought of one other thing....When my sds was about 4 we were out shopping with my mom over the Thanksgiving weekend (the store was PACKED!). My mom had eaten something that gave her *gas* - and she had passed something silently while browsing through the racks. My ds smells it and apparently must have heard it too and shouts at the top of his lungs. "Pee YEW! Grandma you tooted - BAD!!" I can't even tell you the color of my moms face or the way everyone around her tried to stifle their grins while slowly scooting away....

OH! And here is one my younger brother did. WHen he was about 3 we were all in the checkout line of the grocery store. Apparently, he had goten an erection and decided to tell his mom this. "Mommy, my pee-pees all hard." She tells him "shhhhh" which of course leads to him saying it louder and louder, "MOMMY! MY PEE PEE IS ALL HARD AND BIGGER!!"
post #25 of 230
Hmmm...
Probably not as good as any of these but I'll list the few I remember as I'm reading what you all have written.
While I was pregnant I loved wearing dh's underwear because it was way more comfortable than mine. Once in circle time a few of the kids were talking at ds's preschool. DS just says in casual conversation that I wear his dad's underwear and then the other little girl is all "Yeah, my mom wears my dad's boxers". So it wasn't too bad, but geez!!!
As far as pooping in weird places, ds at about 2 years of age pooped while we were in a bakery in China Town (in NYC). He just goes over to the corner, squats down and does it. He was still in diapers, but my gawd, there was no where to change a poo diaper and we were about a half hour subway ride away from where we needed to be. When we exited the store, I kind of instinctively went in there with a big wad of napkins and took out the turd and threw it into the trash. I was thankful that it was turd poo lol!!!
DS also likes to talk loudly in public restrooms, so we've been there done that
Anyway, mine are boring, but this is my way of subscribing to the thread lol!
post #26 of 230
Oh I forgot one--Beastie Boys from above reminded me of this.
We were at a Christmas party and dh and I were in another room, but ds was talking to my best friend's mom. He announces to her how he likes the Beastie Boys, especially the song when they say "In the f******ing house". Just casually in conversation like they're two adults talking about musical taste. You just worry about what people think of you after things like that!!
post #27 of 230
Dd has always seemed to have an affinity for larger women. In fact she says she wants to grow up to be just like one of her aunts, who is on the larger side.

One time we are in the grocery store and she sees a larger woman. In a Loud voice, s he says, admiringly, "Mommy, she has a BIG butt." I turned ten shades of scarlet. How do you explain to a three year old that some people may not understand her admiring tones and may have hurt feelings?
post #28 of 230
I am laughing so hard that I am sitting on the couch crying "
I usually do not stop by this thread but I saw the headline and was curious.

When ds was about 4 yr he embarrased my dh and me to no end.
Every ones in a while we take showers together ( dh and myself)...well, we had taken a shower together that fatefull day and thought that ds was still asleep in his bed....wroooong.
The phone rang and we were going to let it ring but after a couple rings it stopped and we heard our sweet 4 yr old telling whoever was on the other end : "No, my daddy is in the shower with mommy again and that can take a while"...click,
After getting out of the shower and rushing to the phone to see who he told that to- we found out that it was my hubbies Commander ( he was in the sercive at the time).....everytime after that his Commander gave me a big grin when he saw me
post #29 of 230
These are GREAT!

Ok, I don't have kids yet, but we spend a lot of time with my little nephew. When he was about 18mos, DP and I took him to Chili's for lunch. He didn't have much interest in food, mostly just Cheerios, so we had packed a small box for him. He decided soon after the food arrived that he'd had enough Cheerios and started to throw them on the floor. DP said, "Food is not for playing with. You must be finished eating" and put the cereal away. DN didn't much seem to care, he just picked some food off my plate anyway. Soon after, I took him in the bathroom to change his diaper while DP settled the check, and upon our return to the table, I noticed what a mess we'd made. I set down DN and started to clean up, and when DP returned he asked me, "Where's the baby?" For some reason I thought DP had him. Nope! So we start looking around for DN, and I'm on the verge of tears, thoroughly ashamed at my own irresponsibility, when I hear a tiny sound coming from under the table.

Yup, DN was down there. Eating the Cheerios he'd thrown on the floor.
post #30 of 230
We were in the pharmacy behind a larger lady and DD about ooh 15 months at the time started going MOOOO MOOOOO MOOOO real loudly I was mortified..I know she probably wasn't talking about the lady but I was still embarrased.

Now it's the "This is my bum and it goes PFFFFFFPPPPPTTTT"
post #31 of 230
I was in a store a few weeks ago and a heavy woman passed by us carrying a baby. My three year old said, rather loudly, "that's a BIG lady!" Thinking fast, I replied, "Yes, it's a big baby, isn't it?" She looked at me like I was stupid and said, even louder, "I said big LAAAADY!"
post #32 of 230
I was sitting in the recliner in my living room in my bra and panties, having just gotten out of the shower, and remembered something I needed to tell my ex-DH (my DS's father). I had called him and was leaving a message on his voicemail when my son pointed at my panties and said VERY LOUDLY, "Mama, you have POOP on your PANTIES!!!" My panties were red and brown polka dotted, and there just happened to be a big brown polka dot right in the crotch area. So I'm sure my ex-DH had a big laugh when he got THAT voicemail.

This is not really embarrassing, just hilarious: My sister and I were getting my niece (4) and my DS (3 1/2 at the time) ready for a bath together. My niece, Elizabeth, took her shirt off, put her hands on her hips, stuck her chest waaay out, and said, "Chase, how do you like my BOOBIES?" My son looks at her and goes, "Those aren't boobies. Those are NICKELS." My sister and I giggled, and my sister tells him, "Chase, it's NIPPLES." My DS says, "That's what I said. NICKELS."
post #33 of 230
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Originally Posted by becoming
...son looks at her and goes, "Those aren't boobies. Those are NICKELS." My sister and I giggled, and my sister tells him, "Chase, it's NIPPLES." My DS says, "That's what I said. NICKELS."
My son used to call them nickels too!!! Now he uses that, and sometimes mickles and others mipples.

One day he picked up a shirt of mine -- it was one of those camis with a built in bra, the kind that are molded, you can almost stand them upright -- he put it on and thrust out his chest and said "MOMMY! My mickles are STRRRRONG!!! "
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post #35 of 230
ROTFLMAO!!!! :

I'm wiping tears over here! These are way too funny!

We raised our oldest son in a very rural town in Colorado, where there were probably 5 black people in the entire town (which we didn't know!). We went to visit my mom in Omaha, and went shopping. The fitting room attendant was black, and Clay asked, "Why does she have that mask on??" oy! Take it from me, NOT fun to have to explain to someone in a huge city why your child has never seen a black person before! I'm sure she thought we lived under a rock!
post #36 of 230
I though this was cute:
when my dd was about 5 she asked my dh (we have alot of friends of many races/colors)"daddy when will my skin turn darker?"
post #37 of 230
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Originally Posted by homeschoolmommyof1
I am laughing so hard that I am sitting on the couch crying "
I usually do not stop by this thread but I saw the headline and was curious.

When ds was about 4 yr he embarrased my dh and me to no end.
Every ones in a while we take showers together ( dh and myself)...well, we had taken a shower together that fatefull day and thought that ds was still asleep in his bed....wroooong.
The phone rang and we were going to let it ring but after a couple rings it stopped and we heard our sweet 4 yr old telling whoever was on the other end : "No, my daddy is in the shower with mommy again and that can take a while"...click,
After getting out of the shower and rushing to the phone to see who he told that to- we found out that it was my hubbies Commander ( he was in the sercive at the time).....everytime after that his Commander gave me a big grin when he saw me

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post #38 of 230
Two most embarassing things my dd has ever said:

1. on a train from NYC to Boston, people were lined up at a stop next to where dd (then 2), my ex, and I were sitting, waiting for the doors to open. And dd randomly says MY PAPA IS A MAN AND HE HAS A BIG, DISGUSTING PENIS! (scrunched up face for emphasis)

2. Age 1.75 from her stroller as we pass a jogging, topless, and very obese man, she hollers (admiringly): YOOK, MAMA! THAT MAN HAVE BIIIIIG BOOOBIES!!!
post #39 of 230
When my dd was three she went threw a phase where she meowed like a cat all the time. Well one evening my sister and her kids (who are teenagers) went out to dinner with us to a Chinese restaurant. All of a sudden out of nowhere my dd decided to act like a cat and kept meowing. Some of the patrons just looked at us, I was sooo embarrassed. My sister and her kids were cracking up laughing.
post #40 of 230
I'm loving this thread.

When ds was just two my Dad died and we were in the car on the way home from the memorial service in a car packed with funeral goers, family friends, etc... Well, a car passed us and little ds raises his tiny fist, shakes it, and says, "Slow down, a**hole!"
I sat quietly, hoping no one would notice. Of course, everyone did and cracked up.

And then just about a year ago we were in a big teaching supply store on a super crowded saturday when ds, then 5, found the giant map rug in the middle of the store. He stands on Florida and shouts at full volume: "LOOK MOM! I'M STANDING ON AMERICA'S WANG!!!" Dh and I nearly died.
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