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post #101 of 191
We were riding in the car quietly yesterday and dd1 (4yo) was in deep thought. She then proceeded to tell me, "Momma, sometimes when I am thinking really hard, it makes me have to go pee-pee."
post #102 of 191
We just had our 3rd son about 3 months ago, my other two are now 8yrs and 5yrs. Well, about a month or so before the baby was born my 8 yr old came to me and said he had to ask me a very important question and with all seriousness proceeded to ask me "If I loved him and both of his brothers then why did I eat them?" I guess he had been thinking about it for some time and concluded that in order for me to have a baby in my stomach I must have eaten it.
post #103 of 191
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Ada (4), to me, as i'm getting out of the shower: you should put your clothes on, mama. don't walk around naked.

me, thinking that maybe she is starting to be concerned about privacy: okay. i will. but why?

ada: well, so you wouldn't pee on the carpet, that's why.
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post #104 of 191
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Originally Posted by adamsfam07 View Post
We just had our 3rd son about 3 months ago, my other two are now 8yrs and 5yrs. Well, about a month or so before the baby was born my 8 yr old came to me and said he had to ask me a very important question and with all seriousness proceeded to ask me "If I loved him and both of his brothers then why did I eat them?" I guess he had been thinking about it for some time and concluded that in order for me to have a baby in my stomach I must have eaten it.
was the baby in your stomach, though?
post #105 of 191
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Originally Posted by tallmomma View Post
We were riding in the car quietly yesterday and dd1 (4yo) was in deep thought. She then proceeded to tell me, "Momma, sometimes when I am thinking really hard, it makes me have to go pee-pee."
post #106 of 191
Both DD1 and DD2 have the same middle name (Marie).

My dh is a teacher and he got his school picture taken and had an order form if he wanted to order them. His name was written on the side of the picture. DD1 (4) who is learning how to read, sees the pictures, pick it up and says "That says Daddy Marie B____" I almost died laughing. THen I asked her what my name is and she said "Mommy Marie B____"
post #107 of 191
I have always sang to my ds. I make up songs about whatevers happening at the moment or songs to help learn things like how to spell his name. A couple months ago dd 4mo at the time was laying on the bed with me while I folded laundry and made up a song for her. Joshua 5yo comes in the room and listens to my song and starts laughing and playing with his baby sister. A little while later he jumps up and leaves the room. Carly starts crying and I begin singing her some song about her brother leaving her blue etc...Joshua comes back in the room when he hears this. Then he begins singing her a song and it goes like this...

Carly I love you a bushell and a peck. Carly I love you even when you choke and spit up milk. Carly I love you even though you are bald. Carly I love you even though you have no teeth.

The song ends there because by that point I am losing it! I tried so hard to keep from laughing because I wanted to hear more but I couldn't. I was crying rolling on the bed laughing...Tina~
post #108 of 191
This morning my 9 yo DS told me, "Dad got lucky last night". I asked him to expound upon that and he told me that the Magic Cards DH got last night had some cool rares. What's funny is that he has NO CLUE what he said.
post #109 of 191
from my six year old:

I'm sassy and rude, but I do say thank you.

and when watching the steamy dance scene between Cate Blanchett and Joseph Fiennes in Elizabeth:

Is she pregnant? Because she's sure breathing fast!
post #110 of 191
My 3 1/2 yr old dss can't quite pronounce words that start with "st" -- he says a "d" sound instead. We were out camping, and my partner was gathering firewood. He was dragging a big log over, and Dss yelled out, "Daddy has a real big dick!"
His 4-yr old cousin, who's about to have a baby brother, was patting her hand on my tummy, and she exclaimed, "you have a baby in there!"
Seriously, it's a tiny little pot-belly. More of a slight pooch.
But this is the best thing he ever said to me. I was asking him the names of his family members--what's daddy's name? what's mommy's name? what's nanny's name? what's your stepdaddy's name? Then he looked up at me and said, "Will you be my stepmommy?" I almost started crying.
post #111 of 191
This is several years old, my son now 10 was getting up from a nap around the age of four.

I was making his older step sisters a grilled cheese sandwich, and asked him if he wanted a "grilled cheese sandwich." to which he replied, "NO, I want a BOYS cheese sandwich.":
post #112 of 191
Today - mind you I'm 7+ months pregnant, anemic, and apparently the children have picked up on the fact that I'm tired -

DS, age 2 - Mama, be a monster (loves to play monster, chase, etc)

DD, age 4 from the other room - She's a tired monster . . . who doesn't want to cook dinner.

Ha - how perceptive they are!
post #113 of 191
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A conversation between my son (almost 5) and my niece (5) last night:

DN: LiLi, can I play <video game>?
Me: Yes, that's fine.
DN (to DS): Your mom said I can play <video game>.
DS: NO! YOU CAN'T!
DN: Yes, I can! Your mom said I can.
DS (yelling): Mama, Elizabeth's going to throw the controller down!
DN: No, I won't! I'll just get really mad and yell at the TV!

post #114 of 191
Me: "Sara, could you PLEASE help me pick up your toys?"
Sara: "Mom! You can't rush perfection!"
she's turning 4 in Jan.

or this...
Me: "Sara, do you need to go potty?" She was doing the potty dance.
Sara: "oh yes, and I need a book." in an exaspirated tone.
(That means she needs to poop, because the bathroom subs as a library.)
post #115 of 191
I'm 41+ weeks preggo and I was laying on the floor the other night with my 3 year old. The baby started moving and kicked my daughter in the back. She rolled over, looked at my belly and said "My baby sister is coming out!! I better get out of the way!!" and got up and ran over to a safer spot on the couch. My mom, husband and I were crying because the look on her face was hysterical! I think she thought I might pop like a giant water balloon - then again, I just might!
post #116 of 191
Jeanie(thedivinemissE)- that was hilarious

This summer while camping with a friend of mine with her 4yr old son, my daughter met a 3ish girl. This girl had a REAL hate-on for boys and bullied them all over and wouldnt let them play on the playground or with my daughter-which suited her just fine, as she was not feeling too fond of most boys at that point in her life anyway.
So anyway....

dd comes running up to me from the park all excited and sparkly eyed:
DD-mama I made a friend!
Me- Oh really?
DD-yes her name is Emily!:
Me-thats a nice name.

We both stop to look at her new friend at the playground, who at that moment steals a ball from one of the boys and yells at him to go away.

Dd inhales and holds, looks pensive, then dd says to me- Shes a little fiesty!
Me- yes, I see that she is :

It was such a cute and funny moment.
post #117 of 191
I was at the bottom of the stairs putting on DS's shoes when DD came crashing down the stairs. I have no idea what made her fall, I just know that there were arms and legs and banging down the steps and I jumped to try to stop what I could. Tears erupted and as I held her, I asked her what happened. She said, "I fell down the stairs."
post #118 of 191
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JWe both stop to look at her new friend at the playground, who at that moment steals a ball from one of the boys and yells at him to go away.

Dd inhales and holds, looks pensive, then dd says to me- Shes a little fiesty!
Me- yes, I see that she is :

It was such a cute and funny moment.
TOO CUTE!!!
post #119 of 191
I was making cheese straws (puff pastry, cheese, herbs etc) for thanksgiving dinner a couple of weeks ago.
I was reading the recipe on my laptop and my 3 year old who fancies herself quite the chef (her fav show is Barefoot Contessa) prances into the kitchen, hands on hips and asks:
"So, do you need my help, or what??"

Umm, no thanks hun, I think I've got this one.

Today at the Dr.s office, DD was reading a Barney book that had pictures of food in it.
She was asking me what each food was (she wanted to see if *I* knew them all)
We got to the picture of cheese and she asked me.
I said-You know what that is.
She said "ch, ch, ch"
I laughed out loud, because that it what I do to her to give her a hint.:
I finally said "cheese??"
she SQUEELED with delight--YES, that's right Mummy, GOOOOD JOOOOB!!"
The whole waiting room erupted.
post #120 of 191
Okay, so ds2 came up with one today I have to share.

I took him to the midwife for my 20 week check-up and he came in the bathroom with me while I collected my urine sample and watched while I gave it to a nurse in a plastic cup.

He then chatted nicely with the midwife and quietly listened to the babies heartbeat before the midwife asked him "Do you have any questions for me" to which ds replied "Yes, when are you going to drink my mom's pee"

BJ
Barney & Ben
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