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    My niece, aged about 7, after looking at a magazine left lying about:

    Niece: "Mummy - what's a c*ndom?"
    My sister: (Gives very well thought out and perfectly executed s*x talk, with talk of safe s*x)

    Niece: (Thinks for a moment). "Well, why would they have chocolate ones?"



    I think this is where my sister, who had been so cool with all of it, changed the subject rapidly!

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    When picking up DS1 (who is almost three) from Childcare, the staff informed me of this gem. During a group discussion about animals, DS was asked what his favourite animal was. His response "a cow coz it goes moooooo and makes milk, just like my mummy's boobies"

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    I thought this was a bit cute,

    DD2 was standing on our dining room table, and I asked her to get down.

    DD2 (2.5) sighed like a patient old woman and said 'ok Mummy, I'll add that to the list of things to do'. List? haha


    DD1 (almost 4) told me recently 'Mummy, I leave hugs and kisses hiding around the house so that while you are doing things they get on you'


    Kids are so sweet sometimes

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    Quote Originally Posted by OurLittleBlessing View Post
    I thought this was a bit cute,

    DD2 was standing on our dining room table, and I asked her to get down.

    DD2 (2.5) sighed like a patient old woman and said 'ok Mummy, I'll add that to the list of things to do'. List? haha


    DD1 (almost 4) told me recently 'Mummy, I leave hugs and kisses hiding around the house so that while you are doing things they get on you'


    Kids are so sweet sometimes
    aww the second one is adorable!
    and the first is really funny!


 

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