My kid is SO funny...

Carolee - posted on 07/14/2011 ( 26 moms have responded )

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Tell me something funny that your kids have done.

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Jayce - posted on 07/19/2011

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We got a new kitten on the weekend. My son (he's 3) was talking to it and it mewed at him. My son looks at me and says, "I think that's French for hello."

Julie - posted on 07/19/2011

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I was talking on the phone to my nephew when he was 4 and I was pregnant with my daughter and he says (imagine thick country boy accent), "Julie, who put that baby in your belly?" As I was stuttering and about to say that he and his mom or dad needed to talk, he came back with, "I bet God did, didn't he?" I said, "Yes, yes he did!"

Gina - posted on 07/19/2011

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When my nephew was about 4 he was told to go to bed by his visiting grandfather, His reply? that's OK grandpa I slept yesterday.

Julie - posted on 07/19/2011

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My daughter was going to stay the night with a friend. I put her in her mom's car and when I was walking away, she told my friend "Don't run over Mommy." My friend asked "Why not?" My daughter said, "Because sometimes my daddy has to work late and I'm not allowed to stay at home by myself."

Elizabeth - posted on 07/15/2011

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When my daughter was 5 we walked by a campsite as one dog mounted another and started going at it. Innocent as she was, she thought they were playing horsey and shouted at the top of her lungs, "Ride 'em cowboy." (I made sure to tell her first ever date that story. Ain't I a good mom?)

Amber - posted on 07/15/2011

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Christian is ALL about his super heroes right now.

#1 He said that he's going to be 2 things when he grows up. First, a builder. He's going to build a Batmobile, a bat cave, and a secret lair. Then, he can stop being a builder and be Batman because he'll have all the things he needs.

#2 A couple weeks ago, he came running down the hallway with a saucer-sled in front of him as a shield. Then he turned around and I realized he had toilet paper tucked in his shorts. He was being Captain America and wanted to have a cape!
Unfortunately, the toilet paper was still attached to the roll. So I had 40ft of toilet paper to clean up...

Also when he breaks something or knocks it over, he tells me that he didn't MEAN to do it....his brain told him to!

Oh..or this little gem:
I heard a crash in the living room while I was switching out the laundry. He comes running down the hallway and I asked him what he did.
He said, "My one arm was naughty. But I'll keep it still and my good arm can show you what the naughty one did. I already told him that was naughty and he can break stuff that way."

Carolee - posted on 07/15/2011

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Corbin just told me that "Yesterday, I was Robin Hood and SpiderMan."

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We are in the process of potty training the 3-year-old (stubborn ass), and a week ago he and I had a discussion about the physical differences between boys and girls. A few days later he and I are both using the potty and he points to his nether region and says, "I have a penis, and you have a bagina," and points to my bellybutton. LMAO!

Katherine - posted on 07/14/2011

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2 things my 5 year old has said:

I can run 90mph carrying my sister (while she was a newborn).

She was outside screaming and we have kind of like woods back there. Well someone yelled "QUIET!" My daughter looks and me and says, "Mom, I think that was God, I'd better be quiet."

My two year old was talking to me and my mom butted in and my daughter looks at her and says, "I wasn't talking to you!"

Rosie - posted on 07/14/2011

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yesterday i asked vinnie (he's 6) to get me my purse. he goes and gets it, and then kinda struts around with it. i go to grab it off of him and he goes as sassy as can be "don't you be grabbin my man purse!!", i almost fell over laughing.

Jayce - posted on 07/14/2011

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I put a tempoary tattoo on each of my son's arms tonight,now he's walking around with his arms held out in front of him and slightly bent (like a robot) - he's afraid they'll fall off if he puts his arms down.

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I am Italian and my husband is a farmer. So we eat spaghetti a lot and are always around tractors..LOL! I thought I was going to die laughing when to my surprise my son asked me to pass the "Farmer John Cheese" (parmesan cheese) the other night at dinner!
Another of my favorite things, we had just had our third baby boy. So this explained why when my two older boys were outside feeding a grasshopper some grass or something. My younger said, don't forget after we feed him we have to burp him!

September - posted on 07/14/2011

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I was getting dressed the other day and Kazyn say's "wow mom you have a big butt" I don't really and actually wish it was bigger but I'm sure it looks huge to a 2.5 year old! :)

Carolee - posted on 07/14/2011

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My cousins and their kids (from Michigan) visited my mom. Corbin was playing with the kids, but it was time for us to leave. As I was getting him ready, he looked at me and said, "C'mon Mom. Let me stay. Make me happy!" When I said "no", he said, "Mom, you're making me cry."

September - posted on 07/14/2011

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I was getting our son some yogurt last night and apparently I was taking too long because he looked at me and say's "this is ridiculous"! I could not help but laugh! :)

Brie - posted on 07/14/2011

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these are cute.. my son creeps around with his knees bent and tries to walk on tip toes and says gotta catch em lol.. have no idea where he got that phrase either.. he just started saying it.. he is almost 2... or he will sit there and jabber and if you look at him and say what he will jabber more and he will go on and on like that as long as you continue to say what..

Shannintipton - posted on 07/14/2011

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My 4 year old told me that she wouldn't lift her middle finger up without the other fingers. I have NO idea where she gets this stuff. *blushing*

Julie - posted on 07/14/2011

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Oh my goodnes....I help out in the nursery at church sometimes. There is this one little girl who is about 18-20 months old, so she's in that stage where she goes to the 2 year-old class some, but if it's too rowdy she comes to the nursery. She is constantly in the trash and taking out dirty diapers or wipes and giggling while you chase her down. We have started putting the trash can outside when she's in there, but it's not very convenient. That child is cute and fun, but her brother is just like her and I know their poor mom has to be worn out.

Carolee - posted on 07/14/2011

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What reminded me of that was that I JUST caught her in the kitchen trying to go through the trash. She did the same thing!

Carolee - posted on 07/14/2011

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The other week, I had vacuumed. I got distracted, so I accidentally left it plugged in. Lynn went over and started playing with the cord (pulling on it and such). She was so into what she was doing that, when I called her name, she jumped about 1/2 foot into the air and threw the cord to the side. She then looked around at me with that "but I didn't do anything" face!

Julie - posted on 07/14/2011

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There is also the wet willie w/a booger story and the smell my finger story, but I've already told those. Her poor brother. lol

Julie - posted on 07/14/2011

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I was putting away groceries last night and Kaylie decided she would help me, so we could play board games (and I was making her favorite dinner). We got to the hamburger meat and you know how it looks a little stringy when it's raw? She said, Gross! This is made out of dead baby worms. I just told her no, it wasn't. Then she asked if it was okay for the dog to eat raw meat. I said no because it will give her worms. So she said, See, I told you it was made out of worms!

Carolee - posted on 07/14/2011

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Corbin will randomly tell you "I'm SO proud of you!" He will do this when you accomplish such tasks as: buckling your seatbelt, opening/closing the door, making food for him, saying "thank you" and "please", taking Lynn out of her crib, and a whole bunch of other random daily tasks.

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