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#1 of 11 Old 05-14-2004, 09:06 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Morgan cracks me up when she is angry and trying to get a point across.
Some of things she says and the way she says them are too funny.
Her usual is " I SAID! " hands in fists
I love this one the most " I'm. TALKIN.ABOUT!!! " lots of emphasis on the 'T' she'll just say that sometimes, all loud and serious, then she'll roll her eyes and slowly turn away.
so what do your kids spout in intense moments
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#2 of 11 Old 05-14-2004, 09:42 PM
 
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Oh Amber has a temper sometimes! Mostly she makes AARRRR!!! noises (she says its a dragon noise...:LOL) when she gets irritated with something like when she cant get something right (but b/c she is so stubborn she wont let anyone help her - she insists on getting right herself...)

She has said this before to my mother about my brother : "I think Jonathan needs to change his attitude..."
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Usually he makes a huffing noise, followed by bitching to the dog about whatever injustice he is accusing us of. He will usually drag the poor dog into his room to listen to his rant, he's 3 1/2. I will also admit that he has uttered more than one well placed "dammit" due to my horrible influence on the poor child. It's not exactly ok for him to say dammit, but sometimes it just fits.
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My 2 1/2 yo has some awful words. See at a lil over age 1 and mobile, he learned how to put DD (now 7 yo) thru hell. She lost it and for a week and said things like "you are so STUPID!" and when we were dealing with the tantrums, she told us "you are so so MEAN". So a year later DD never says them but when DD gets mad he yells "Mom/DAD/ whoever is SO STUPID AND MEAN." It is awful. He knows power words and sticks to them.

Potty mouth DH is building a shed and was some-umm-colorful languagethe other dayand all we heard was DS yell-LOUDLY-"DAD, don't say M----- F-----". I try, I really do!
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I hate to admit this, but my 3 yo has been know to say "For f**ins sake" courtesy of dh.
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Holy cow! :LOL

Once...when ds was *2*, he called dd (in context) a Fuddin' a$$.

Dh was with them, which was appropriate. He has cleaned up his act a lot since.

Dd doesn't yell much, it's usually "BEN!!" at the top of her lungs.

Ds's is unintelligible...he gets upset and weird noises and whines start coming out.

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DD is 5... and usually yells...

"your not listening"
"you dont love me"
"your mean"
and growls... with the eye rolling and hands on the hips...

i got all of those today.... :LOL

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DS (3.5 yo) generally will say "That makes me angry (insert reason)" or "You make me angry(insert reason)," generally through tears and with his arms crossed and lower lip jutting out. For example, this morning he said "You make me angry mommy, I need m&ms breakfast" (not a ton o' sypmathy on that one).
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Abby (turning two on Tuesday) yells, "I DON'T!!!" universally.
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classic moment at grandma's last month when DS dropped food on the floor and mumbled ... "d*mit, s**t,d*mit, s**t " over and over...
dh finds this very amusing. :

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My 3 1/2 year old says:

"Don't talk to me!"

"Don't tell me that!"

"Leave me alone!"

"That makes me upset!"

and "I want _________ RIGHT NOW!"

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