I asked DS1 (4)to pick up the toys that he and DS2 (2) had finished playing with he looked at me all evil like and said "actually mum it was my brother that made the mess not that you would know because you don't listen!" I was gobsmacked and walked out to laugh.
Just a moment ago they were playing with dolls and had put them to bed and he turned off the lights and was closing the door so I asked him what he was up to.. He replied "look mum I will be ****ed off if you wake my baby!" I was like ummm ok dont talk like that please and had to go into another room to giggle. I have no idea where he gets it maybe kinder? We don't talk like that and he hasn't had a baby to wake for anyone to say anything like that.
We just bought bunk beds for the boys and DS2 had only ever slept in his cot. So we set it all up and I said are you going to sleep in there he looked at me and said "no" so I said yes your going to be a good boy for mummy and he said "no mummy naughty!" such a charming fella!
They are hilarious!!
The cutest one by far DS1 had his 4th birthday party at a play centre and it was nearly time to go home, the guests had mostly left and he was bright red from non stop running. He comes up to me so I said ok time to get your shoes so we can go home he turns around and says "oh good mummy my legs have run out of batteries" I had a big laugh from that one!
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20-07-2012 15:17 #13
This just happened
DD: "Dad, guess what?"
DH: "Hmmm? What?"
DD: "Mum bought me a lollipop. But not for a treat! It's for shutting my mouth up with food instead of words!"
I DID NOT say that!
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20-07-2012 15:23 #14
Ds2 who was three at the time called out to us to wipe his bottom... On getting to the bathroom he informed us that he had "die in my ear"
Of course what he meant was he had diarrhea...
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20-07-2012 15:55 #15Senior Member
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My friend's dd1, 4 at the time, having a conversation with her mum:
DD1: mum, where did you get me from?
Mum: you think we bought you from the store do you?
Mum: well we wanted you, so we made you. And we wanted dd2, so we made her too. And one day we'll want another baby and we'll make that too.
DD1 (SUPER EXCITED): Oh, can I help!?!
20-07-2012 17:41 #16
I will never forget the day when I was putting DD 2 1/2 in her car seat, the belt started to twist and I said " awww for!"
And DD says "f**** sake!"
I had to pull my head out of the car while trying not to laugh! She did get in trouble and hasn't said it since, whoops!
Bob the builder goes like this:
Scoop, muck and buildy, tooth....
20-07-2012 17:48 #17
Just the other day...
C: Mum, when I grow up I want to be a..a.. Mum, what could I be?
Me: You could be anything you want to be!
C: Can I be a fairy?
They are just so cute!
20-07-2012 17:51 #18
We haven't got lots of words yet as DD is only 16months. But she's working on it at the strangest of times the other night I was putting her to bed and as I walked out saying 'Nunnite' she waved and said 'bubbye baby' <3 my heart melted and I cracked up all at the same time - ended up kinda hurting my nose with a snort!!
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I was telling ds 10 the other day to clean up his room. He looks at me with a disgusted look on his face and says , mum we really to talk storage solutions...
I swear that kid is a man trapped in a kids body....
20-07-2012 18:31 #20
When my little sister was about 6 or 7 she was in the doctors waiting room with my Mum. She was amusing herself by reading the posters on the wall, when all of a sudden she asks in the loudest voice ever; "Mummy, what's a pap smear?"
My Mum goes bright red and says; "Nothing. Don't worry about it".
The other people in the waiting room conceal their smiles and try to look away.
My sister looks a bit confused and then pipes up with; "Well it's hard not to worry Mum, because the sign says you have to have one every two years ... And I haven't even had ONE yet!".
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