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    Default Kids are.... Embarrassing

    We were at a friend's last week and her DS the same age (almost 2) lifted up her shirt while she was slouching on the sofa and blew raspberries on her tummy, we all laughed, it was cute and funny. This week, twice, DS has tried to lift my shirt while I'm standing and blows raspberries at *that* part of my crotch. 😳
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    I'm 7.5 months pregnant so now of course DD (4) is noticing all the other pregnant women we encounter while out and about.

    Yesterday at my physio appointment in the busy waiting area she loudly pointed out "that lady over there has a baby in her tummy like you mummy" as I went to pay the receptionist. Except the lady in question was about 60 and just carrying a few extra kgs.

    Worst part was I couldn't bend over and whisper a response to DD as my back is totally stuffed at the moment so instead I quietly said "no, she's not honey" but then of course DD goes "YES she IS MUMMY!! Look at her TUMMMY!!!" so loudly everyone could hear her.

    Couldn't get outta there quick enough!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Hahaha...
    DD always chooses the worst times to become boob friendly! We'll be standing in the checkout and she'll randomly start poking my chest, saying "mummy's boobies!"
    So embarrassing. I don't even have boobs, lol
    I don't either! Problem is now she got rewarded for it from the deli guy now she tries it all the time!!

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    At ultrasound for bub4 yesterday... ds who is 3, started giving the tech a run down of how mummy and dd have a bum and sit down to go to the toilet and him and ds2 and daddy hold their 'lillies' (haha can't say willy )
    Completely random conversation.
    He also told her that I have boobies, but the baby is in my belly, not my boobies.
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    Ha! Well my DD (4) can be embarrassing too. Like once in the supermarket we walked near an overweight woman and when DD was *right* behind her, said "Bum bum...hehehe" (a bit like a minion). If I see someone who has distinguishing features I quickly avert her attention and if possible walk in a different direction. Just never can tell what'll come out of her mouth!

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    Quote Originally Posted by kezty View Post
    At ultrasound for bub4 yesterday... ds who is 3, started giving the tech a run down of how mummy and dd have a bum and sit down to go to the toilet and him and ds2 and daddy hold their 'lillies' (haha can't say willy )
    Completely random conversation.
    He also told her that I have boobies, but the baby is in my belly, not my boobies.
    Years ago some twins (3yo) I used to nanny for were chatting with their mom about getting bunk beds and she told one of them she was worried they would fight over the top and he said 'mummy, I have an idea. You get two bunk beds so (other twin) and I can sleep on the top and the new babies can sleep on the bottom!'

    'What new babies? There are never going to be any new babies.'

    Grabs both her boobs and shouts 'these ones!'😂😂😂

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    Default Kids are.... Embarrassing

    I shared this on facey a couple of weeks ago:

    DS greeted the neighbour this morning.
    Neighbour greeted him back.
    DS tried to engage conversation. Neighbour didn't hear.

    'Hey mum! Mummy! Dis f***er don't want to talk to me!'

    *puts house on the market*

    Mortifying. I'm still mortified.

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    Walking along the footpath today holding hands with DS, very busy road near the beach - suddenly he stops and tries to get me to pick him up. Pulls my top down and exposes my bosom.

    I was so shocked I said "what the f*** are you doing?" then instantly felt like a bogan for swearing at my child No one heard, but still!

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    Quote Originally Posted by harvs View Post
    I shared this on facey a couple of weeks ago:

    DS greeted the neighbour this morning.
    Neighbour greeted him back.
    DS tried to engage conversation. Neighbour didn't hear.

    'Hey mum! Mummy! Dis f***er don't want to talk to me!'

    *puts house on the market*

    Mortifying. I'm still mortified.
    That's hilarious!! My youngest daughter (9 now) always had to point the obvious out. Like I remember we were in a dr's surgery waiting to get seen, and she saw an obese man and said in a raised voice "Mummy, look at that fat man!!" or another time, some friends and I took our kids to the Myers Christmas window display in Brisbane and a "little" person walked past, she yelled out "mummy, look at that little girl who looks like a lady!" It gets a bit embarrassing at times for sure lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marchbundle View Post
    That's hilarious!! My youngest daughter (9 now) always had to point the obvious out. Like I remember we were in a dr's surgery waiting to get seen, and she saw an obese man and said in a raised voice "Mummy, look at that fat man!!" or another time, some friends and I took our kids to the Myers Christmas window display in Brisbane and a "little" person walked past, she yelled out "mummy, look at that little girl who looks like a lady!" It gets a bit embarrassing at times for sure lol.
    That reminds me when 2 yo ds shouted out "look! A pigeon!!" The pigeon happened to be next to a little person who shot us a dirty look because it did sound a little like ds said 'look! A midget!'


 

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