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Satori1977
09-28-2010, 09:13 PM
I thought it would be fun to share cute/sweet/crazy things our kids do. Things that make us laugh, make us cringe, or maybe both. :D

I'll start with a conversation I had with my three year old son last night while I was giving him his bath.

Him "Boobies, boobies, boobies"

Me "You know, you have become quite obsessed with boobs lately" (Not sure where it started, but he says the word or points them out a couple times a day, at least)

Him "Uh-huh"

Me "So you like boobs?"

Him "Boobies are my favorite!"

Yep, definitely his father's son. :D

Alpha Echo
09-28-2010, 09:21 PM
LOL Too funny. I have one.

I have a 6 yr-old stepdaughter. She does not EVER remember to close the bathroom door, wipe when she's done, or wash her hands.

One evening, my in-laws were over for dinner, as well as a friend of ours. The Little One runs into the bathroom, and all of the sudden, we hear,

"Ahhhh...."

My husband: "Little One, close the door!"

Little One: *grunts...obviously going for a #2* "I can't right now! I'm trying to poop! But it's okay. I don't have diarrhea!"

Husband *Head in hand* "Okay, just please make sure you wipe."

Alpha Echo
09-28-2010, 09:23 PM
I thought it would be fun to share cute/sweet/crazy things our kids do. Things that make us laugh, make us cringe, or maybe both. :D

I'll start with a conversation I had with my three year old son last night while I was giving him his bath.

Him "Boobies, boobies, boobies"

Me "You know, you have become quite obsessed with boobs lately" (Not sure where it started, but he says the word or points them out a couple times a day, at least)

Him "Uh-huh"

Me "So you like boobs?"

Him "Boobies are my favorite!"

Yep, definitely his father's son. :D

Your story reminds me of a story my mother-in-law told me. She was took my husband - I think he was about 5 - to the mall. He stared at this woman with big breasts, pointed, and in a very loud voice said, "She has HUGE boobs!"

ChronicSelfEditor
09-28-2010, 09:24 PM
Now that sounds like something I'd say now, Red. LOL

I don't have kids, but their humour is priceless.

Chris P
09-28-2010, 09:30 PM
My step daughter was eight or nine, and we were Christmas shopping at a mall in Memphis. We entered a store selling "artwork," you know, framed versions of the Footprints poem, velvet Elvises, tiger-striped fleece blankets, etc. We came to one of the Last Supper where Jesus and all the Apostles were black.

She gasped and pointed. "That's not right!"

I breathed deeply and readied myself for the history-versus-artistic-depictions talk.

"Trisha, Jesus wasn't European. He was from the Middle East."

"No, not that," she waved me off. "That's not how DaVinci drew it!"

Alpha Echo
09-28-2010, 09:35 PM
Now that sounds like something I'd say now, Red. LOL

I don't have kids, but their humour is priceless.

My husband too.

Actually, it is something he says to me quite often. Only, of course, it's directed only at mine, not boobs in general. :D

Naturally.

Jill Karg
09-28-2010, 09:40 PM
My son has hyper hour, he is four and runs like a mad child from 4:30 - 5:30. When we tell him to slow down he giggles and says later mommie at story time.

Story time is right before bed and he is so good it like a total different kid. Not only does he love story time so do two of our cats. Every night both black cats lay in the room with him. One on the bed and one on rocking chair. When I'm done with the story the one on the bed (vocal kitty) meows and my son says, "Xander wants another story too mommie."

kaitiepaige17
09-28-2010, 09:45 PM
My boyfriend went to my house last weekend.

When he walked in, my four-year-old sister had just gotten out of the bathtub and was still naked. When she saw Ryan, she screamed, ran into her bedroom, and said, "DAD! RYAN'S HERE! I NEED CLOTHES NOW!"

So when my dad brought her a pair of panties and pants she threw her hands on her hips and said, "What? No SHIRT?!"

I had to LOL at that one.

regdog
09-28-2010, 09:51 PM
My niece is a hoot. When the family goes down for her birthday, my Dad bring some of the local microbrews for my brother-in-law.

It was my niece's third birthday and my Dad is placing the beer next to the fridge. My niece goes running around the corner, sees the beer, comes to a dead stop and yells "We got beer." as if she hadn't had a beer in ages. It was hysterical.

Satori1977
09-28-2010, 09:51 PM
Your story reminds me of a story my mother-in-law told me. She was took my husband - I think he was about 5 - to the mall. He stared at this woman with big breasts, pointed, and in a very loud voice said, "She has HUGE boobs!"

LOL, I don't know how it got started, but I am sure my husband has something to do with it. I know it wasn't me, since I barely have boobs. But when he sees a woman with a large rack, he certainly notices!

Jersey Chick
09-28-2010, 09:53 PM
My son (five in October) fires me whenever he doesn't get his way.

"Mommy, you give me <insert here> or else you're FIRED!"

I get fired probably 20 times a day. :D

Alpha Echo
09-28-2010, 09:54 PM
My son (five in October) fires me whenever he doesn't get his way.

"Mommy, you give me <insert here> or else you're FIRED!"

I get fired probably 20 times a day. :D

Haha. I probably would to!

Satori1977
09-28-2010, 09:55 PM
My boyfriend went to my house last weekend.

When he walked in, my four-year-old sister had just gotten out of the bathtub and was still naked. When she saw Ryan, she screamed, ran into her bedroom, and said, "DAD! RYAN'S HERE! I NEED CLOTHES NOW!"

So when my dad brought her a pair of panties and pants she threw her hands on her hips and said, "What? No SHIRT?!"

I had to LOL at that one.

My daughter, who is 7, is really not embarrassed by nudity. We are trying to get her to be more mindful about it. She thinks it is funny to shake her bare butt and me. She tried doing it to her father, but he got angry. He really wants her to be more modest in front of him.

My son though, is so modest. If I am changing him, he has to cover himself. "You can't see my pee-pee." :tongue

Alpha Echo
09-28-2010, 10:00 PM
My daughter, who is 7, is really not embarrassed by nudity. We are trying to get her to be more mindful about it. She thinks it is funny to shake her bare butt and me. She tried doing it to her father, but he got angry. He really wants her to be more modest in front of him.

My son though, is so modest. If I am changing him, he has to cover himself. "You can't see my pee-pee." :tongue

Haha. The Little One is very modest in front of her daddy now that I'm there to do bath time, but she's not in front of me at all.

The other day, she dragged her clothes downstairs after her bath. She was butt naked and dripping wet and walking in front of me. All the way downstairs, she wiggled her booty, giggling the whole time. She got to the bottom and turned to me, covered herself, then flung her clothes aside and stuck her little naked belly out at me before laughing and running to the living room to get dressed.

Satori1977
09-28-2010, 10:09 PM
Haha. The Little One is very modest in front of her daddy now that I'm there to do bath time, but she's not in front of me at all.

The other day, she dragged her clothes downstairs after her bath. She was butt naked and dripping wet and walking in front of me. All the way downstairs, she wiggled her booty, giggling the whole time. She got to the bottom and turned to me, covered herself, then flung her clothes aside and stuck her little naked belly out at me before laughing and running to the living room to get dressed.

So glad it isn't just my girl! As long as she isn't shaking her butt like that when she is a teenager, I am fine with it. LOL

Alpha Echo
09-28-2010, 10:13 PM
So glad it isn't just my girl! As long as she isn't shaking her butt like that when she is a teenager, I am fine with it. LOL

EXACTLY!

soapdish
09-28-2010, 10:15 PM
My son was playing with a piece of bull kelp the other day, pretending it was his Indiana Jones whip, and despite my repeated warnings (shocker, right?) he cracked it so hard it flew back and smacked him on the back of the head behind his ear. Left a big ole welt.

Then it suddenly wasn't very much fun anymore.

(Though watching it was pretty funny :D does that make me a bad mom?)

Alpha Echo
09-28-2010, 10:16 PM
This is cute, not funny.

Every time I pick up my stepdaughter from school, she waves, smiles, and runs and leaps into my arms. Wraps her legs around my waist and everything.

I am 5'1.

She is at least 4'1.

Good thing she's skinny. Not that I'm complaining. I love that she's so excited to see me every day!

Clair Dickson
09-28-2010, 10:32 PM
He can't talk yet, but I think this is the cutest baby sound... my video on facebook (http://www.facebook.com/#%21/video/video.php?v=1183765091692) (public). :D

ETA: doesn't seem to be working for some reason. But he "talks" around his pacifier.

Satori1977
09-28-2010, 10:37 PM
My son was playing with a piece of bull kelp the other day, pretending it was his Indiana Jones whip, and despite my repeated warnings (shocker, right?) he cracked it so hard it flew back and smacked him on the back of the head behind his ear. Left a big ole welt.

Then it suddenly wasn't very much fun anymore.

(Though watching it was pretty funny :D does that make me a bad mom?)

Both of mine constantly do that, I tell them over and over to stop whatever they are doing....and yep, five minutes later, one or both get hurt. Sometimes it is a little funny though, when they aren't really hurt.

Shadow_Ferret
09-28-2010, 10:38 PM
Just as an FYI, Carogirl started a thread like this ages ago.

Kid Funnies. (http://www.absolutewrite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=28548)

Satori1977
09-28-2010, 10:39 PM
This is cute, not funny.

Every time I pick up my stepdaughter from school, she waves, smiles, and runs and leaps into my arms. Wraps her legs around my waist and everything.

I am 5'1.

She is at least 4'1.

Good thing she's skinny. Not that I'm complaining. I love that she's so excited to see me every day!

My daughter does that too. It is sweet, but I am little too (also 5'1) and it hurts my back and sometimes my knee!

My son has a thing where he tackles me when I ask for a hug at bedtime. And he is strong for a three year old. I have learned to no kneel down on his level anymore.

Satori1977
09-28-2010, 10:39 PM
He can't talk yet, but I think this is the cutest baby sound... my video on facebook (http://www.facebook.com/#%21/video/video.php?v=1183765091692) (public). :D

Says unavailable.

Satori1977
09-28-2010, 10:41 PM
Just as an FYI, Carogirl started a thread like this ages ago.

Kid Funnies. (http://www.absolutewrite.com/forums/showthread.php?t=28548)

Sorry, never saw that thread.

Clair Dickson
09-28-2010, 10:44 PM
Says unavailable.
It was public... I don't recall changing it, but it's back to public. Sorry about that. =)

Alpha Echo
09-28-2010, 10:44 PM
Sorry, never saw that thread.

Honestly, the search engine is difficult. for me anyway.

writerterri
09-29-2010, 12:09 AM
I have a crush on boobs too. It's hopeless.


My son, 4 at the time, took a bath and brought some marbles in with him among some other toys and when I drained the bath tub I asked, "You didn't swallow the marbled did you?"

"Nope!" he said with a smile.
"Then where are they?"
"In my butt!"

At least we didn't have to wait for them to come out the next day.

Jill Karg
09-29-2010, 04:25 PM
Note to self: Don't buy marbles for son until he is in grade school.

Zach (my 4 year old) loves baths hates showers. So when he has an accident (poop in pants) it gets real interesting. I swear the screams that come from the bathroom you would think we were torturing the poor kid. Only to see him standing at the far end of the bathtub so that the shower will only touch his toes and screaming away. I look for hitchcock and wanting to hear cut that's a take. But instead I finally give in and turn on off the shower and clean him the old fashion way before he takes a bubble bath.

Jill Karg
09-30-2010, 07:16 PM
Ok here another one from Zach...first off he loves music. Sings to most any song or at least hums. His favorite artist currently is Brittney.

So when glee had tribute to brittney on this week he was playing in his room and heard the first song and came running into the living room and started dancing and singing then when the song was over he turned to me and said "play it again mommie."

Which I giggled and rewinded and let him have some more fun. He then went back to playing in his room until the next brittney song came on. And repeated the dancing, singing and request. Until the Baby baby song then he didn't dance but stared at the screen and looked back at me and smiled, "Again please." mmmm boob thing I think. Because he asked three times. :ROFL:

shyne
09-30-2010, 07:28 PM
Take off their pamper and piss on the carpet.

Satori1977
09-30-2010, 07:31 PM
Ok here another one from Zach...first off he loves music. Sings to most any song or at least hums. His favorite artist currently is Brittney.

So when glee had tribute to brittney on this week he was playing in his room and heard the first song and came running into the living room and started dancing and singing then when the song was over he turned to me and said "play it again mommie."

Which I giggled and rewinded and let him have some more fun. He then went back to playing in his room until the next brittney song came on. And repeated the dancing, singing and request. Until the Baby baby song then he didn't dance but stared at the screen and looked back at me and smiled, "Again please." mmmm boob thing I think. Because he asked three times. :ROFL:

I love when my kids sing and dance, they get so into it! Such pure joy. Oh to be a kid again. My daughter is in 2nd grade, and is learning a lot of new songs. She will often come home and sing them at the dinner table to us. My son loves this, and will try to sing along, though he doesn't know the words.

Satori1977
09-30-2010, 07:33 PM
Take off their pamper and piss on the carpet.

When we first started potty training my son, he was walking around the room without a diaper, and I was trying to get him to sit on his potty. All of a sudden, he starts peeing on the floor, on his feet. He jumps backwards, trying to get away from it, screaming his head off! It was so funny, until I had to clean the carpet.

Alpha Echo
09-30-2010, 07:45 PM
The stepdaughter loves music and knows soooo many songs. We were listening to country, and we hear this little-girl voice from the backseat sing,

"I gave up smokin', and drinkin' and women last night..."

Grrarrgh
09-30-2010, 08:48 PM
I don't have any of my own, but one of my friends had this gem happen to her. She was shopping with her 2 kids at Target or Walmart or something, when her 4-year old daughter said "Mommy? Is that a boy or a girl?" pointing to the cashier. Trying to play it off a bit, my friend said "It's a girl, silly. What's Mommy? What's Daddy?" etc etc. The little girl didn't say anything, just stared at her until she had finished asking her what everyone else was, then said, "If it's a girl, Mommy, then why does she have a big mustache? Why are you telling me to be quiet? Where are you going? We didn't get my candy!" (sounds of loud crying)....

Jill Karg
09-30-2010, 08:58 PM
Grrarrgh that is funny. Zach would just stare the poor lady making her feel real uncomfortable even when I whisper in his ear, stop staring. He would continue to stare (has done that to a cashier that had wild hair color and piercings). The stare he gives them was like if he knew it wouldn't get him in trouble he would say "what the h e double toothpicks is wrong with you."

Occassionally he wants to discipline "naughty" children that are talking to loud or crying. I say Zach, they are not being bad.

Then I would get that same stare and he would respond, "Then why do you tell me not to do that..."

Find myself using "my mother's" old line. "Because I am mommie, and I can. Their mommie will handle them not you."

He isn't anything like his mother...lmao.

Yeshanu
10-03-2010, 11:32 PM
We had a hilarious one on Friday--I've had a friend of my daughter's babysitting the grandchildren of my best friend at my house for a couple of weeks. The eldest is in JK, and is only with us on Tuesday, Thursday, and every other Friday. Friday was his day with us, and as he's a handful, I called on my eldest (24 years old) to help by making pizza and taking him to the park.

So David (my boy) comes over, and the kid takes an immediate shine to him. "This is my David!" he says. (His step-grandfather and soon-to-be stepfather are both named David, but they belong to grandma and mommy, respectively.)

I said, "But he's my son--I'm his mommy!"

To which the kid replies, "No! I'm his mommy now!"

At which point, the grown-ups around the dinner table burst into laughter, and my son, between guffaws, said, "I think I like this new mommy better. She nags."

Later, at the park, not so funny but great medicine for the heart of any mother.

My son is pushing the kid on the swings, and he's going, "Higher, David! Higher! Do an underdoggie, David!"

And I'm sitting there, a big grin on my face, and I said to my son, "It's payback time!" :tongue