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    Another one, but It was something I apparently said.

    I told for news when I was in kindy that I saw my mummy's "wee-wee" when we had a shower once and it looked like Humphrey ( b-bear)
    poor mum!

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    I bedshare with ds and just had to get out of bed and go to the loungeroom coz I was trying so hard not to laugh I started snorting and the whole bed was shaking!!!

    I'll be back in the morning when we're all awake! Lol


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    DD (2 and a bit) came up to me in the middle of a dinner party with all of our childless friends last week. She sat on my lap and pulled down my top and proceeded to tell everyone that "there boobies!!" "I like boobies!" then continue to pat my boobs saying "Mmmm, Boobies" very loudly. She hasn't been breastfed in almost 6 months now. My friends cracked up, I went a shade of scarlet.

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    I'm suddenly very glad DS hasn't started talking yet, and scared for when he does!

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    My mum is a disabilty support worker, and one of her clients uses a wheelchair, and give DD a ride every now and then.
    we were at toddler gym, and a man was there, using a wheelchair, so DD grabs her toys, goes up to him and says "up! brrrm brrm!"
    he thought it was funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by Californication View Post
    I'm suddenly very glad DS hasn't started talking yet, and scared for when he does!
    My ds has so, sooo.many! His fav is a running commentary on my toileting whilst in the public toilets...shame!


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    Subscribing, nothing it add as DD only 6 weeks. These are hilarious!!

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    Standing at the check out one day and ds2 at the top of his voice said 'god, fat lady move, it's my turn' .. I was horrified :| .. Luckily the lady found it amusing and wasn't at all offended but gosh I was so embarrassed.

    I don't ever call anyone fat. My mum is large and I know how much she struggle and how hurtful comments like that are.

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    I was in the bank with DS, and a lady in an electric wheelchair came in... At the top of his lungs "look mummy, tell the lady not to bring her car in here!!"... She thought it was funny, and asked if he was allowed to sit on her knee so she could take him for a couple of laps around the bank which he loved lol. Problem - now he tries to climb up on any wheelchair so he can go for a "drive"...

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    Quote Originally Posted by krystallxx View Post
    Standing at the check out one day and ds2 at the top of his voice said 'god, fat lady move, it's my turn' .. I was horrified :| .. Luckily the lady found it amusing and wasn't at all offended but gosh I was so embarrassed.

    I don't ever call anyone fat. My mum is large and I know how much she struggle and how hurtful comments like that are.
    Reminds me of when we were leaving daycare and a really obese man is walking to the chemist. All i hear from coop in the biggest and loudest voice possible was biggest loser biggest loser. Mum biggest loser over there.

    Bit too much biggest loser watching for him i think.

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