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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
    Ds1 does this .. except mine are huge. He sticks his hand right down in between them and yells out "mummy's boobies" at the top of his lungs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mod-Zeddie View Post
    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!'
    HAHAHA had to laugh at that one, read it out to DP lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ~Marigold~ View Post
    Yesterday DD (3) and I were out having lunch. A bald man came into the cafe and DD piped up "Mummy, why don't some people have hair?"
    I ignored and distracted her for the most part, but for some reason she was fascinated and continued loudly when he took a seat right beside us - "How come he has hair here (points to side of head) but not here" (points to top of head)...
    *Because he's clinging to his youth, DD...*
    Miss 5 always comments loudly on men who have long hair "mummy why does that man have girls hair"

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    Ds loudly when being picked up from daycare (I am pregnant): "Mummy does lots of bottomnoises and says its the baby!"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Patience86 View Post
    Ds loudly when being picked up from daycare (I am pregnant): "Mummy does lots of bottomnoises and says its the baby!"

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    I am almost 35 weeks and also blame the baby lol.

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    I was chatting to a childhood friend of mine who I ran into in the street, who is a little person. I was aware my almost four year old was staring but he suddenly piped up "why did God make you grow so little?" I was horrified but my friend laughed and they talked about it for ages together. *phew*

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    Quote Originally Posted by ElizaDoLittle View Post
    I was chatting to a childhood friend of mine who I ran into in the street, who is a little person. I was aware my almost four year old was staring but he suddenly piped up "why did God make you grow so little?" I was horrified but my friend laughed and they talked about it for ages together. *phew*
    Aww, that's actually quite nice, not least because he asked him/her directly. But I can see that you may have wanted the ground to open up and swallow you.

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