So my 2.5 year old dd got an art set for Easter of her nan. She was playing with it tonight and needless to say there was pens, paper and stickers EVERYWHERE - when I said "miss dd! Do not make a big mess" she replied with "I won't make a big mess mumma - I will make a beautiful mess" needless to say I pmsl - what's some gorgeous things your little ones have said? ? ?
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10-04-2012 23:19 #1
Cute things your little ones say or do....
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11-04-2012 01:21 #2
Lately DD Is super excited about her new baby brother. People ask her questions like "do you like him?" Lately she tells people she tells people she doesn't like the poop, puke, wee or crying but of cause she loves him - he is her baby brother!!!
I think she is getting sick of the same question lol
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11-04-2012 07:54 #3
My DD told me last night she didn't love me anymore and to go away after we had a fight. I said well if you don't love me I will go live somewhere else to which she promptly said "no mummy, you have to stay here with me or I will have no mummy anymore...I still love you a little bit" Well that's all right then...so long as she still loves me a little bit I can get by.
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11-04-2012 07:56 #4
Ds#2 (almost 3yrs) Says to me all the time right before he has a meltdown "im fweaking outttttttt" lol
11-04-2012 07:57 #5
A 3.5 yo friend of ours told DH and I the other day that the moon had broke in half (was a half moon) but not to worry because it would fix itself soon!! Hahaha
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11-04-2012 08:09 #6
I love this thread
A friend told her 9yo that the pool toy he was using was made out of elephant penis or something weird like that (he and his brought were fighting over it, plus she's weird). He didn't believe her and responded with "well I'll just Google it!"
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11-04-2012 08:19 #7
B always tells me when I'm doing something he doesn't like in a real little angry angel voice "I'm very cranky with you!" (Where does a 3 year old learn to be 'cranky'? )
L has this foot tapping thing... where if he is waiting for me to do something he has ordered me to do in anger, he will stand there with his arms crossed, tapping his foot like sonic the hedgehog (for those of us old enough to remember!!).. with this surly look on his face.. it's all you can do not to burst out laughing every time he does it, it's hilarious.
For the past 3 days I have been.. um.. sidetracked.. reading the Hunger Games Trilogy (finished now! ).. and they have felt a little neglected. The first day they let slide, but the second and third day they were all over me like bees on honey... grabbig my face to look at them and saying 'oh I love you Mum' and I would mumble it back to them and they would look at me intensely "mum, I'm over here! Mum- I said I loved you! Don't you have anything to say to me?" I can laugh about it now, but their clinginess was suffocating me just yesterday!
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11-04-2012 08:31 #8Senior Member
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My 3.5yo niece says to her 16yo sister, "you have to share josh". Josh is the boyfriend of the 16yo
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11-04-2012 09:32 #9
When I tell Mr. 2 YO I am angry with him he tells me "no mummy angry all gone"
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My 2yr old niece gets upset if you do something she doesn't like. She wags her finger and says "no no no stop, don't like it!", she's a crack up
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