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#31 of 48 Old 06-08-2010, 10:01 PM
 
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Oh, I have another!! Micah says, "That's better!", when he thinks of a alternate idea to something I suggested or I suggest an alternative that he agrees with. I think it is a follow up on, "How about <insert xyz>? Would that be better?"

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My exasperated/substitute curse-word lately has been CHEESY PETE, or CHRISTMAS! It's so funny to hear my 28 month old exclaim one them when she drops something or is surprised.

She's given us some of her trademarks too; I love you is OFFF YOU! Grapes are plopps...

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OMG, I thought my husband was going to kill me last night! (He is not nearly as laxed about the words our kids use as I am. DS1 says boobies and peepee and my husband HATES THAT)

I was getting DS1 dressed on the floor, I was sitting with my legs open and him in between, laying down. He got excited and flailed his legs, kicking me in my lady bits. I yell out "OH JESUM CROW!" DS1 asks, whats wrong mama? I said,"You just kicked me in the baby maker." and in true toddler form where he has to repeat the last phrase of EVERYTHING i say with a big high pitched exaggeration on the end, "Baby MAKER??!?!?!?!". THe look my husband gave me was priceless!
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Well, I have to add my new all time favorite.

I usually tell my DD what we are going to do and then ask her- Does that sound like a plan? (Like she really has a choice. )

Now she comes up with her own plans.


Mommy, lets go to the library and then out to eat at a restraunt and then we'll go to the bookstore-That. Sounds. Like. aaaaa plaaaaan! Hooray! I'm excited!
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mine just started saying Sh.t but it sounds like shih
and oh jesus. but it sounds like oh jeesh.

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I also have to watch myself saying "Oh God" and "Oh jeeze".

My 25m old will say "Doooooood!" and "That's so COOL! I'm so a-SITED!"

The funniest one is how if you negotiate something with him, he'll sigh and say, "Oh FINE." Not sure if he got it from me or from my six-going-on-sixteen-year-old.

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DAmnit. My little guy has an AWFUL habbit of saying Damnit now. I keep trying to get him to replace it with darnit. I about had it licked, and then my FIL let one slip a couple weeks ago. Back to square one.
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When he shouts for his dad he says some version of William that is absolutely adorable.
We have that here, too. Only calls Daddy by his first name when he's yelling for him, usually from another floor of the house, and it comes out in the same intonation that I use.

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The ones I have noticed are...

"Umm....no!"
DS does, "ummm...yes." and I'm not sure who does this. Maybe I do.

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"get going buddy!" usually when we are in the car, and stopped at a stop light. He just did this this morning. .
My friend's daughter's first sentence was, "Move it, a$$hole," uttered from the back seat, appropriately when a car was stopped in front of them.


DS picked up, "Yeah, yeah," from his teenage cousin, after only a couple of hours together.

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My friend's daughter's first sentence was, "Move it, a$$hole," uttered from the back seat, appropriately when a car was stopped in front of them.
My quote was a few months old. Now its graduated to "come ON PEOPLE!!!!". I just keep reminding him we have to wait our turn.

Yours friends story made me LOL at my desk.
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No, but I called someone a doodie head while driving the other day and he repeated it perfectly. At least I edited myself from what I really wanted to say.

He doesn't really pick up what we say, but he comes home from daycare with all kinds of interesting phrases:

walk away mommy!
yep
nope
oh-kay!
Here you go mommy, here you go. - when handing me something.

Those are the only ones I can immediately recall.

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Haha! Ds is 18 months and starting to copy EVERYTHING. It's kinda scary how impressionable they are.
His newest catch phrase is "seriously!" But it sounds like "see see."

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Today's phrase... "oh my god. I'm sooo excited"' in a sarcastic tone. LOL! I just about peed my pants laughing. :-) She of course got that one from me... She got "Fu**!" from her dad! Ugh I do my best not to laugh at that one... Little copycats at this age. We really have to be careful around her now.

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Haha, love this thread.

DD is also an "okay" kid. Her big phrase is "yeah, okay!"

also,
"tally-ho, time to go"
"sit, Shiro (our dog), SIT!"
"oh, oopsie!"
"just a second"

and of course the bad ones...
growling in that exasperated way that I do when I'm angry
and something that sounds suspiciously like sh*t... also from me :shame:

When I lived with my BIL & SIL and their two kids, the kids would often run around saying, "you're driving me CRAZY!" (which I said to them all the time, usually right before tickling or tackling them in some crazy game).

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LOL your stories are soooo funny!!

DD says "Here, hold this" when she wants to give me something, but lately has been saying, "Here, try this" instead when she just wants me to hold something for her. That cracks me up - "Hurrrr. Try dis."

Also our phrase for being naked is "nakey baby." She calls DH "nakey baby-daddy" and me "nakey baby-mommy". Also if I'm wearing a low-cut shirt she pats my chest and says it (ha ha ha)

Other big ones are:

Don't worry!
Thank you SOOO much! (gets that from me when I am out in public)
What happened?
Love you, baby.

(On a side note, I can't believe she hasn't said "y'all" or "shit" yet!!!)

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DS says joyfyully, "Heeeere we gooooo!" When we're getting ready to leave, or the car is pulling out of the parking space. (I had no idea I was saying that...)

He has also started telling me, "Mommy, you're makin' me NUTS!" and "That's your choices."

And he calls me "honey...."
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She has many but my favorite is when she declines food, drink or anything else. She says, "No thanks. I'm good."

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Mine just says "OH [insert colorful language here]!" Mama and Daddy both have bad potty mouths.
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Aw Maaaaannnnn!
DANG it! and
You need help.
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