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post #41 of 230
One day recently my DS (3) and I were discussing the differences between the male and female anatomy. He seemed quite interest in the word "vulva," but after the conversation was over moved on to other things.

A few days later we were at the playground and he was pretending a small window in the play structure was a food counter, yelling out: "Who wants pizza? Who wants ice cream? Who wants vulvas?" Don't know where he got the idea that was food, but I cleared that one up right away!
post #42 of 230
LOL!!! Vulvas.

That reminds me of when ds was about 2.5 we were somewhere... at a restaurant, I can't recall. He looks at me and says, "Boys have a penis, girls have a wedgie." Apparently I had been complaining too often about having a wedgie and he got confused, lol.

Oh, and once, I was in my therapists waiting room (of all places) and it was pretty crowded which was rare. He looks at me and gets this dreamy look in his eyes and says in a little three year old Elvis voice: "You got big boobs, mom."
post #43 of 230
There was a time when my b&g twins were three we were discussing anatomies. After much discussion, later that day we got on the crowded elevator....with a clear voice "Mommy? You have a vagina! Daddy has a penis! Bumpy has a vagina, Goobbie (6 at the time) is a penis and I have a penis too! His sister turned to point at every one and say Penis, vagina (talk about gender assignment!) I was mortified and ready to say that's right and leave it alone. DS7 was not, didn't like being called a penis.. made sure everyone in the elevator knew it. "Mommy, tell him I am not a penis, people can't be penises or vaginas, they Have them. "Goobbie is a penis, goobbie is a penis! Mommy!!! when the 21st floor came I slunk out of there, kids in tow still discussing the issue. The door barely closed before the giggling started.
post #44 of 230

Daddy's Butt Reeks!

We were in Swiss Chalet and DH takes DS to the bathroom. While there DH thought he could let out a quite bit of gas. Wrong. Sitting down with DD2 & DS2 I plainly here from the bathroom. "Man, Daddy, you should check your shorts!" After about FIVE minutes they come out with DS walking out loudly proclaiming "Mommy, Daddy's Butt Reeks!" (between you and me, DS was probably right!!!) lol
post #45 of 230
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Originally Posted by Mommy!Mommy!Mommy!
We were in Swiss Chalet and DH takes DS to the bathroom. While there DH thought he could let out a quite bit of gas. Wrong. Sitting down with DD2 & DS2 I plainly here from the bathroom. "Man, Daddy, you should check your shorts!" After about FIVE minutes they come out with DS walking out loudly proclaiming "Mommy, Daddy's Butt Reeks!" (between you and me, DS was probably right!!!) lol
I love this ONE!!!
post #46 of 230
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Originally Posted by Sheena
He looks at me and says, "Boys have a penis, girls have a wedgie." Apparently I had been complaining too often about having a wedgie and he got confused, lol.
LOL! My DS likes to complain about wedgies, too. For a while he couldn't remember how to say it though, so he would ask, "Mama, do I have a wedgie or a veggie?"
post #47 of 230
I am going to get in trouble here at work for reading this thread and laughing so hard.

My DD had her loud talking years too. Once we were in a Jo-anne craft store and all of a sudden I felt all crampy and clammy and had a sudden urge to go to the bathroom. I had eaten something bad at a potluck at work and had some food poisoning. The thing was I was feeling fine and then it just hit me and I was so sick. So I ran to the bathroom with 2 ½ year old DD in tow and made it just in time to get to the toilet. After a minute or so DD starts making these gagging noises and says “Mama, that’s a big stinky poo-poo” over and over again really loudly. The bathroom was in the back right next to where a scrapbooking class was going on. I could hear every word they were saying. I am trying to shush her and she starts saying “I want out, its too stinky in here, help me get out help me!” Of course I was mortified, but I was really, really sick. Then someone came to the door and asked if everything was all right. I never went into that Jo-anne again.

Another time, DD went to spend the night at my SIL’s house. She was three and at the time was horribly afraid of drains, so she hated taking baths. Well, SIL has a sheep ranch and they were out all day getting dirty. After dinner, SIL tried to put her in to the bath and DD told her “My mom said I can’t take a bath at your house because the bathtub is too dirty!” When I heard this story I just about died of embarrassment.
post #48 of 230
My ds will call me on it if I fart in a store or public place..

If he smells a fart or a bad smell anywhere, he will yell "It sninks (his word for stinks) in here"!

When he was much younger he would point to any man in the vicinity and say "Daddy"! One time he kept saying it to the teenage boy bagging groceries at the supermarket, and the kid was purple with embarrassment. I wasn't that embarrassed (used to it by now) but I felt bad for the teenager, and was trying not to laugh for his sake!
post #49 of 230
: : oh my god I am dying....


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Originally Posted by G&B'sMama
I am going to get in trouble here at work for reading this thread and laughing so hard.

My DD had her loud talking years too. Once we were in a Jo-anne craft store and all of a sudden I felt all crampy and clammy and had a sudden urge to go to the bathroom. I had eaten something bad at a potluck at work and had some food poisoning. The thing was I was feeling fine and then it just hit me and I was so sick. So I ran to the bathroom with 2 ½ year old DD in tow and made it just in time to get to the toilet. After a minute or so DD starts making these gagging noises and says “Mama, that’s a big stinky poo-poo” over and over again really loudly. The bathroom was in the back right next to where a scrapbooking class was going on. I could hear every word they were saying. I am trying to shush her and she starts saying “I want out, its too stinky in here, help me get out help me!” Of course I was mortified, but I was really, really sick. Then someone came to the door and asked if everything was all right. I never went into that Jo-anne again.

Another time, DD went to spend the night at my SIL’s house. She was three and at the time was horribly afraid of drains, so she hated taking baths. Well, SIL has a sheep ranch and they were out all day getting dirty. After dinner, SIL tried to put her in to the bath and DD told her “My mom said I can’t take a bath at your house because the bathtub is too dirty!” When I heard this story I just about died of embarrassment.
post #50 of 230
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Originally Posted by OakBerry

When he was much younger he would point to any man in the vicinity and say "Daddy"! One time he kept saying it to the teenage boy bagging groceries at the supermarket, and the kid was purple with embarrassment. I wasn't that embarrassed (used to it by now) but I felt bad for the teenager, and was trying not to laugh for his sake!
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post #51 of 230
My DD also has these plastic balls for a ball pit type toy my parents got her one time for Christmas, she took them up to me and said "Lick my balls mummy!"

or how's this one

taking a picture with my parents after the whole wedding ceremony, my DD farted, and my mom is like "Oh did Papa fart" and my DD is like "NO! BABY FARTED!" all proud.
post #52 of 230
I have a story from when I was little.

I was probably about 6. I had picked up somewhere that French people kiss on both cheeks when they say goodbye. We went to a family gathering at my mamaw's house and I told my uncle about what I had learned. When he went to leave that evening, I shouted "Uncle Greg, give me a French kiss!" Everyone looked shocked, but he just laughed and kissed my cheeks. Once everyone figured it out, they all cracked up.

When my brother was little, he couldn't make the TR sound. He would pronounce it F. Once, in church, he looked out the window and started yelling "truck, truck!" My mom was MORTIFIED that her son was shrieking obsenities in church.
post #53 of 230
these stories are so funny! oddly, i can't wait to see how my 4.5 mos old manages to embarrass me
post #54 of 230
At around age 3 my dd fixated on the word "penis". She just enjoyed saying it. One day, riding in the shopping cart, she loudly announced to the checkout person and everyone else in line, "My mommy has a PENIS!".
post #55 of 230
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Originally Posted by chiedza
he was pretending a small window in the play structure was a food counter, yelling out: "Who wants pizza? Who wants ice cream? Who wants vulvas?"
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We were looking at the cats and my cousin was screeching (as only a 3 y.o. girl can) "KITTY KITTY KITTY!" at the top of her lungs. A leopard that was pacing by the front of his cage stopped, looked at her and then SPRAYED HER! She just stood their screaming and getting peed on while the rest of us looked on in shock.
If that leopard could talk she would have said DON'T CALL ME KITTY!
post #56 of 230
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.
post #57 of 230
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MY PAPA IS A MAN AND HE HAS A BIG, DISGUSTING PENIS! (scrunched up face for emphasis)
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"LOOK MOM! I'M STANDING ON AMERICA'S WANG!!!" Dh and I nearly died.
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He looks at me and gets this dreamy look in his eyes and says in a little three year old Elvis voice: "You got big boobs, mom."
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I am trying to shush her and she starts saying “I want out, its too stinky in here, help me get out help me!”
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"Lick my balls mummy!"


i seriously haven't laughed this hard in awhile.
post #58 of 230
These are too funny!

I have my own recent story, actually.

Maybe a month or so ago, I took my three kids- ages 4, 6, and 8- to the mall. We'd stopped in the center by the fountain and gotten Starbucks- a coffee,some milks and cookies. After a few minutes of sitting at the table right next to a short wall of the fountain, my youngest says he has to go to the bathroom. So I start gathering up the cookies and such and turn around to see Noah (4), standing on the side of the fountain like one of those little statues peeing!!! My 8-year-old notices and covers his face, saying "I'm SOOOOO embarassed!!!" I was laughing my you-know-what off! And!.... Nobody else seemed to noticed but us! After I got Noah down, I said something to him. His remark? "Its water...." I guess he has a point- its better than the carpet.
post #59 of 230
I haven't read the whole thread...

But my most embarassing toddler moment was a very formal dinner with my grandparents, and Zoe belted out...

"MY BAGINA IS SOOOO ITCHY!!!!"

And proceeded to scratch like she had fleas down there.



That one is going down in history.
post #60 of 230
These are great.

The other day I dropped my 4 and 2 year old with my brother and his wife (they dont have kids) for an hour while i went to a pampered chef party my mil was having. It was in the evening so I had brought jammies and they changed the kids while they were there. So my 4 year old ds looks at them while changing and says, "I have a penis. Hey Uncle ****, why dont you show Aunt **** your penis?" I almost died...... my brother was like... I didnt know what to say to that?? Lucky for me they are not not conservative, tho they are older than we are, so they thought it was pretty funny. Later on I asked ds why he said that and he said "because I wanted Aunt ***** to laught at him"....... ok..... nice sense of humor huh?
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