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    Default Cute $hit my kid says...

    I just told DS I love him and he said "I love t-Rex" to which I said "oh what about me?"

    And he said..

    "I love you mum...

    ...when you are in a T. rex costume"

    What cute $hit has your kid said?

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    Hehe how often do you dress as a t-rex? :-)

    I have to share dd's latest - she's 3.5yrs and was belting out a rendition of bah bah black sheep yesterday. All sung beautifully until the end

    "1 for the master, 1 for the dame and 1 for the little boy who lives down the drain"

    Don't know who she knows in the drain :-)

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    My DS asked me yesterday why we weren't married lol he said something along the lines of "we love each other so why aren't we married like you and daddy". Once I stopped laughing I just said I can only marry one person and I'm already married to daddy 😂😂

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    Dd was 6 and came home from school excited that she learnt about the evaporator.... Turns out they learnt about the equator but try telling a 6 yr old that it's not called an evaporator !!

    DS was 4. Had a hepatitis needle as we were going overseas... Told his poppy he had a hipnotitis needle

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    My ds is only 19 months old so has only just started talking a few words together, my favourites atm are
    - mummy stucken
    - dadda still workin? Gosh!
    - oh no! (Said very seriously)
    - mummy shush (with his finger at his mouth)

    All very cute and funny in the correct situations

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    From DS1 'Daddy do you have an erection? I have a big erection. Would you like to see it?'

    Poor child can't say 'collection' properly.

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    Dd 1 was complaining about going to gymnastics last week and said, "but gymnastics sucks".

    I of course said, "no it doesn't and that isn't a nice word and we don't use bad words".

    To which she responded, "but mummy - I didn't use the "f-word"!

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    Yesterday I looked in my daughters bag and said "oh silly mummy, I thought I put 2 apples in here but there's only one. Doesn't matter, I'll have an apple later" and she said "it's ok mummy, you can have a bite of mine"

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    Quote Originally Posted by munchkin275 View Post
    - oh no! (Said very seriously)
    DD used to say "oh no" too. Super cute.

    DD loves Lightning McQueen, but says Holly Sh!twell instead of Shiftwell. Cracks me up every time.

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    DD said to me "mummy you have a moustache" 😳

    She told my Mum once she had a beard.

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