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    My boys watch the land before time (I love it!) and today while I was pushing DS2 on the swing he was yelling at me "higher mummy, higher like a flier" sooo freaking cute!

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    Lol, speaking of shopping, when I used to take a very young DD and DS to the shops, 3yr old DD would spot the Juicy Fruit and ALWAYS stomp her feet for "chewy bungles!" (she never had it before so no idea why she carried on about it

    We always tell her about her "chewy bungles"

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    My 17 month old DS loves his play school humpty dumpty stuffed toy and I have just started singing the humpty nursery rhyme and every time I sing humpty fell off the wall he puts his hand to his head and says " oh no!"

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    Tonight I was telling DH how DS wore himself out at the park today and completely passed out from exhaustion in the car on the way home. I pretended to snore as I described the way DS had slept in the car.

    DS (18 months) was listening to me telling the story and quickly ran off to the other room. DH and I heard him shuffle things around and then go 'aha!' DS then quickly returned to us triumphantly holding up a toy pig and make snorting noises.

    He'd confused my snoring noises as being pig snorting noises...

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    DH has just come back from Perth after a work trip.
    Last night ds1 who is 4 asked me ''mummy do they have dinner in perth?"
    I said yes baby they do
    He replies "how do they make it"
    Same way I do hunni. (trying not to laugh)

    Tonight when DH got home he asked him too lol
    Was the cutest thing ever!

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    Ds1 (3) had said a few funny things lately:

    When he shoved a TicTac up his nose recently. When asked why he did it he replied, "I'm sorry mummy, but I just really love TicTacs!"

    When he stamped ds2's face with a butterfly stamp and saw my serious face he smiled and said, "It's ok mummy because it's a little bit funny."

    And in the bath one night he looked up at my rather exasperated and said, "Mummy, I can't touch my penis with my mouth ... I've been really trying!"

    He makes me laugh more than anyone in the world.

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    Love love love all of these posts - my dd2 is the comedian of the house and it's not always what she says but rather how she says it or facial expressions she uses. It makes getting angry at her really very hard as I literally have to try to stop pmsl

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    Lol these posts r gorgeous! I'm 37w preg with our first n last night we went to dinner with sum friends. As we were leaving their 4yr old DD called out to me "see ya when the baby's out of ur tummy" was just adorable

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    Another thing I get all the time from DD when she is getting frustrated with something she is doing."Oh Mummy...this is giving me the willies". Better than the alternative I guess.

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    DS waves and gives "kisses" to everyone. Like everyone he passes at the supermarket gets a wave and a kiss. Such a charmer

    And yesterday he did a noisy fart. I said to him "did you fart?". And he goes "mmm, mmmm" and points to his bum (he doesn't talk yet).


 

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