Funniest thing your kids have said or done.

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Re: Funniest thing your kids have said or done.

Postby housecat » 12 Oct 2011, 08:48

asiababy wrote:Housecat,

Your son sounds like he really thinks a lot of you, and you've raised him well to have him let you down gently!

The kids and I do a fair of bit of driving round together, so we have a good chance to have discussions. Last night's:

K (7) to his little sis H (5) : H, I know you like pretty things, but when you grow up and choose and a boyfriend, just don't choose the most handsome one. Choose one that is kind to you. I'm not going to choose the prettiest girl, I'm going to choose the one who is kind to people.
H: Why?
K: You want someone to buy you things, to cuddle you, to help you. Not just handsome or pretty.
Me: Oh, I was lucky, then, I got both.
K: Yes, you were. Daddy is very kind, and just a little ugly...

:roflmao:

Thanks for that! And yes, my boy is TOPS! I'm so in love with my kid!
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Re: Funniest thing your kids have said or done.

Postby asiababy » 12 Oct 2011, 09:16

I've been doing some teaching at my children's school, and they have been roleplaying teaching ABC's to their toys. Yesterday, H (5) started with A...

a /a/ apple
b /b/ bear
c /c/ cat
d /d/ die


I asked, "DIE?" She replied, "Yes, mummy, like, when you are dead."
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Re: Funniest thing your kids have said or done.

Postby dahsiung » 17 Oct 2011, 08:43

After his bath, Little Bear told me he needed to use the toilet. He then saw some of his mother's long hairs in bowl.

LB: Can I use the toilet, Daddy?
Me: Yes, Daddy will help you.
LB: But Mommy's hairs are there.
Me: It's okay, honey, it's just hair. You can use the toilet.
LB: But Mommy's hair ...
Me: (getting a bit impatient) It's okay, you can pee on Mommy's hair.
LB: (totally serious) Can I pee on Mommy's head?
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Re: Funniest thing your kids have said or done.

Postby jdsmith » 17 Oct 2011, 08:49

dahsiung wrote:After his bath, Little Bear told me he needed to use the toilet. He then saw some of his mother's long hairs in bowl.

LB: Can I use the toilet, Daddy?
Me: Yes, Daddy will help you.
LB: But Mommy's hairs are there.
Me: It's okay, honey, it's just hair. You can use the toilet.
LB: But Mommy's hair ...
Me: (getting a bit impatient) It's okay, you can pee on Mommy's hair.
LB: (totally serious) Can I pee on Mommy's head?


Gotta set those boundaries somewhere! :lol:
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Re: Funniest thing your kids have said or done.

Postby Tempo Gain » 20 Oct 2011, 11:52

Explained the concept of godparents to my ten year old, "that's creepy" :)
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Re: Funniest thing your kids have said or done.

Postby housecat » 12 Dec 2012, 00:56

Yesterday my nine year old son said, "Mom, do you know what my favorite number is?"
No. What's your favorite number.
"It's 22."
Why?
"Because when you turn it upside down, it looks like boobies."
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