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I don't know when I started this, but when I ask the big kids to do something, I will say, "Hey can you guys pick up the legos, thanks." The thanks sort of implying that they WILL do it instead of make up excuses why they can't.

Well, now when they want something from me...."mom, can we have ice cream? thanks!"

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Ds2 picked up "dumba**" from Daddy. It's his favourite insult & has been known to talk to me while walking in stores about various people who he decided were.

Related note, he still has trouble with L's. He likes to go look at clocks. Yeah, that gets some funny looks.

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Great thread!

Apparently whenever my toddler asks me for something, I say "hang on" because now when she comes up to me to ask for something she'll say, "milk, please. hang on."

She has also picked up my bad habit of apologizing for everything. She says "sorry" when she hits her head. It's cute, but I hate my reflexive sorry's.

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What's even funnier is that I try not to say it and then I do and then I say "dammit!" If I don't stop this insanity, she is going to think it's called an "ummm, dammit!"

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Sometimes it takes me awhile to realize my kids are repeating something I say. When ds2 was about 2-3yo, if I asked him if he wanted something he would give really noncomittal answers, and I almost always ended up saying "Yes or no honey, which one is it?" as I'm standing there with a cheese stick or something. Well, pretty soon ds2 would walk up to me and say something like "Can we go to the zoo tomorrow?" And as I am standing there saying "Ummm, let me think, what are we doing tomorrow?" he says "Yes or no mommy." He actually did it quite often before I realized it was my fault.

Ds1 is the king of repeating all my swear words, all my bad traffic/driver comments, and shouting "Shut up!" at my mom's dog (although that one I can blame on her).

But I think my favorite is when ds1 says, in perfect imitation of my tone of voice, "I can't take this anymore!"

Of course, the most mortifying one came when my inlaws were here. We were all getting ready to eat dinner, and ds1 was helping to set the table. I was in the kitchen and everyone else was already sitting at the table, and out of nowhere ds says "Why am I the only one doing any f'ing work around here?"
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whenever she drops something she now says "crap."
it's a lot better than what i used to say at least!

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oh yeah, and "i have my moon. see moon blood"

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OK. Let's just say on fb I belong to "Moms Who Drink and Swear".

But, generally, I try (and used to REALLY try) to not swear/use ANY bad words in front of the kids.

It turns out--I didn't even realize--that one of my favorite phrases while driving was "Come on crazy lady, what are you DOING".

Til we were out shopping and my then-4 yo announced, after a woman was taking FOREVER at the register making exact change, chatting up the clerk, so on and so forth as the line grew behind her, "COME ON CRAZY LADY!!!!!"

ehem...
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shoot, whatever, oh my God!, I'm so SICK of that!

She also knows the rules to Wheel of Fortune. :

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This reminds me of my former next door neighbour. They had a toddler and he was fastinated by my cat. Unfortunately my cat was less fastinated by him and would hiss at him through the fence. His parents told me that whenever they saw pictures of cats and would say something like "Cat's say miaow" he would correct them and say "No, cat says kkhhsss!"
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apparently he also knows how to do squats now too - the other I day I caught him doing them in the mirror...
No, no, YOU need to learn from HIM. Seriously. My husband and I weight train and the best squat advice out there is to watch children do it. Children have a perfect squat. Adults would do well to watch and learn from them.

On that note, our 19 mo old can deadlift a 10 lb kettlebell. We don't let him do it just willy-nilly, of course, but he watches us use our (much heavier) kbells and he picks up that 10 lb'er and goes to town!

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I am mortified by this....

So, ONCE I was joking around with DH about my "Love handles" you know, the extra fat at the side of your back/waist.

Well, what do you know, my 2.5 year old on that day and a few since has demanded that she too has love handles, saying, "look at my love handles!" while pointing to her sides I have tried just saying that she sure is loveable, but she has kept with it. I feel like such a dork for saying it in the first place now.

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Ohhhh, when my dd was 4-5 we went through that. I had a real focus on my weight at the time (was going through some self esteem issues) and she picked up on it. Thankfully, after that summer, it seemed to go away for the most part. I, also, was able to move past it, mostly.

I try to have a healthy concept of my weight and just focus on eating well and getting regular exercise. (Now I kind of get a kick out of how much I can pull in the gym. )

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My family is also a family of hunters. When ds#1 saw his first deer, he asked dh what it was, and dh said, "meat". To this day, all deer are called "meat" in our house. If Bambi is on TV, it's, "oh, look! A daddy meat and a baby meat!" Nothing convinces ds that they are really called deer. LOL
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Til we were out shopping and my then-4 yo announced, after a woman was taking FOREVER at the register making exact change, chatting up the clerk, so on and so forth as the line grew behind her, "COME ON CRAZY LADY!!!!!"

ehem...
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I say, "Way to go, Genius!" and "It's not rocket science!"

My older 2 have picked up on it.

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I have aparently taught DS1 to kick the bottom of the fridge door after he closes it.

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Of course, the most mortifying one came when my inlaws were here. We were all getting ready to eat dinner, and ds1 was helping to set the table. I was in the kitchen and everyone else was already sitting at the table, and out of nowhere ds says "Why am I the only one doing any f'ing work around here?"
OMG!! That seriously made me laugh

My DS says:
"I just need a minute" when he's stalling and "yes, no, maybe so" when you ask him a question he doesn't feel like answering It's pretty funny. He will also say "is he a bad driver?" if we're driving and he hears a horn honk... I guess I've kicked the swearing in the car and replaced it with calling everyone a bad driver (and honking)!
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DS1 (4) dislikes clothing - and one evening after a long particular struggle to get him to put pants on (when he was 2-3 or so,) DH said 'I'm sick of seeing your a**hole, put on pants.'

So for the last year, after DS1 finishes using the bathroom, he says "Wipe my a**hole please".

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I don't know when I started this, but when I ask the big kids to do something, I will say, "Hey can you guys pick up the legos, thanks." The thanks sort of implying that they WILL do it instead of make up excuses why they can't.

Well, now when they want something from me...."mom, can we have ice cream? thanks!"

lol.
Similar to that....when our little guy would ask for/to do something that we agreed with, my husband and I both have a habit of saying, "We can do that!" So now my almost 2-year old, when he asks for something that he knows we may say no to, he appends the question with "We can do that!" So, instead of just asking for ice cream, he says: "I can have ice cream, we can dooooo that!" in his best super-perky-I'm-the-cutest-toddler-in-the-world voice.

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When ds was about 2.5... SIL and her little daughter (a little younger than ds) were over. Dh was drinking a bottle of beer. My niece pointed to it and asked her mom, "What is Uncle (DH) drinking?" SIL (I have no idea why...) stuttered and stammered, "He's... he's drinking... water...."

Ds looked at dh, looked at SIL, and declared, "Auntie, that's not WATER! That's a BEER!"

SIL looked embarrassed and changed the subject.

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Having a toddler is like having a moral reflection -- I'm learning about all my bad habits.

I get prickly sometimes, and it's usually a bad idea to talk to me when I'm mad -- much better to just wait a couple of hours. DH always wants to talk about everything right away, so I'm frequently telling him "Don't talk to me right now. Let's talk about this later."

So whenever DS (2.5) doesn't like what we're telling him (usually to stop doing X) he shouts: "Don't talk to me!"

I guess I'm also a little too impatient, because when DS wants something and I say "one minute," he answers, "No, Ima. Not one minute. Right NOW!"

I also tend to blame other people for my problems (mostly DH, not the kids). So the other day DS (newly toilet trained) says to me brightly: "Ima, I made urinade (well, when we "defacate" what comes out is "defecate," so he thinks urine works the same way) on the floor!" and when I asked him why he said "because you didn't take me to the bathroom!" Um, no, because you didn't TELL me you needed to go!


DS2 (16 months) walks around with his hands behind his back. He's been doing that since he started walking, and he looks so silly and self-important doing it, but nearly every time I notice him doing it I find I'm doing it too.
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To pick up items in the store and exclaim, with great indignation, "MADE IN CHINA!" or "TRANS FAT!" (Recently he refused to choose new sneakers, claiming they all had trans fat. )

To gasp, "What terrible driving!" or "What terrible parking!" These, unlike the above, are usually accurate; no shortage of bad driving around here. : He did once point out cars in a junkyard as "terrible parking".

When he was about 18 months, he learned from hearing his parents discuss his diaper that, if he did not want it changed, the thing to say was, "Seems dry." Then he learned our reaction to that. The result was that I would ask him, "Do you need a change?" and he would pat his crotch (outside his clothes ) and say, "Seems dry. Dat's a bad sign!"

All the F-word stories inspire me to add that, at Girl Scout camp this past weekend, one of the other leaders taught the girls a card game that they learned is called "Egyptian Rat . . . Screw" and consistently pronounced that way, complete with pause. I think all but the youngest girls realized what the real name must be but thought it was funnier to play along!

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to call our cat's in at night we stand on the porch and "click" our tongues. Turns out, I can "call" our kids that way now too. It actually is awesome, if I need them to follow me around in a place rather than to constantly sounding like a nag by going, "Maya, Maya, come on Maya" I just click my tongue. Works better than the words too.

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There was a guy with his arm out the window on the bus the other day.. My eight-yr-old asked why he wasn't following the 'keep arms in' rule and I said that I didn't know..

She then said "maybe he was drunk?"

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(since I have three kids, I get three responses, right? one more to go..)

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DS1 (4) dislikes clothing - and one evening after a long particular struggle to get him to put pants on (when he was 2-3 or so,) DH said 'I'm sick of seeing your a**hole, put on pants.'

So for the last year, after DS1 finishes using the bathroom, he says "Wipe my a**hole please".

Charming.
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No, no, YOU need to learn from HIM. Seriously. My husband and I weight train and the best squat advice out there is to watch children do it. Children have a perfect squat. Adults would do well to watch and learn from them.

On that note, our 19 mo old can deadlift a 10 lb kettlebell. We don't let him do it just willy-nilly, of course, but he watches us use our (much heavier) kbells and he picks up that 10 lb'er and goes to town!
My DD doesn't pick up heavy weights, but will help us load up our free weights with 1.25 and 2.5 lbs plates. She has her only little "heavies"-- those 1 lb dumbbells. She gets on the bench and does chest presses. She can also do biceps curls and overhead presses.

Her newest phrase that she's picked up is "Um, how about...?" when she doesn't like the choice I've offered her.

She's also been yelling that she's "stuck in the mud" whenever she gets stuck. Must have been that Clifford episode where the old cranky guy's boots got stuck in the mud.

And to the PPs who pick up stuff with their feet -- I do the same thing as well. My DH makes fun of my "finger toes", but it does come in handy! DD tries but doesn't get too frustrated when she can't. But, she doesn't have "finger toes" like I do.

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My DD doesn't pick up heavy weights, but will help us load up our free weights with 1.25 and 2.5 lbs plates. She has her only little "heavies"-- those 1 lb dumbbells. She gets on the bench and does chest presses. She can also do biceps curls and overhead presses.
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Her newest phrase that she's picked up is "Um, how about...?" when she doesn't like the choice I've offered her.
My 7 yr old does this.

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And to the PPs who pick up stuff with their feet -- I do the same thing as well. My DH makes fun of my "finger toes", but it does come in handy! DD tries but doesn't get too frustrated when she can't. But, she doesn't have "finger toes" like I do.
I have long toes, too! My kids have tried, but they don't do it regularly.

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I inserted a tampon in front of ds one day (around 18 months) and now he tries to use one himself by stuffing it down his shorts. I decided to put the tampons out of reach and can no longer get ready naked because he'll surprise me by trying to use one on me from behind
I can't stop laughing at this!!!
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I inserted a tampon in front of ds one day (around 18 months) and now he tries to use one himself by stuffing it down his shorts. I decided to put the tampons out of reach and can no longer get ready naked because he'll surprise me by trying to use one on me from behind
I didn't want to forget to quote this one. It was HILARIOUS!!!! :

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