What does your toddler do or say that cracks you up?

Beth - posted on 09/05/2010 ( 89 moms have responded )

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My name is Beth, I am the mom of a 1 year old, 2 year old and 6 year old. I am also a writer for the Examiner. I write a lot of stories about serious parenting issues, but I thought it would be great to write about something lighthearted and fun. So I am asking for stories about things that your child says or does that makes you laugh,

My 2 year old gave me a big wet kiss and then said " Cry Momma Cry" I asked him what he was talking about and he looked at me and sang a song from his Mother Goose tape. " Georgie Porgie pudding and pie, kissed the girls and made them cry" Then he kissed me again and said " Cry Momma Cry" I cracked up laughing.

I would love to hear other people's funny stories, and if you story can be used in the article, just let me know. :)
Beth T.
http://www.examiner.com/motherhood-in-fl...

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Jenn - posted on 09/14/2010

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My 3 year old son asked for something to eat... when asked what he would like, he said, "hmmm, how 'bout squishy?" When asked to repeat himself again he replies "squishy, mom, squishy!" Getting a little frustrated with me, I asked him to come to the kitchen and show me what "squishy" is. Is it in the fridge? "No" Is it in the cupboard? "No, maybe we should go to the store and buy some "squishy"."
I am intrigued by what "squishy" could possibly be, so we load up into the car. I ask him to describe "squishy" so I can have some idea what we are looking for... "it is fluffy, crunchy and sweet"... still no idea. As I pull into the local convenience store, apparently it does not sell "squishy".... I try the bakery... no they don't sell "squishy".... "it is at the new store," he tells me.
I call my mom, who has been watching my son all day, maybe they have tried something new that I don't know about. All she can think of is a Slurpee, but he has never had one. So, I ask do you eat "squishy" or drink it? Frustrated with me now, "Eat it in your mouth MOM!"
After driving past all the stores I can think of, I finally end up at the grocery store. As we walk inside he runs up to the deli, and yells, "SQUISHY!!"
Squishy is SUSHI! Who knew my son would be desperate for SUSHI.

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Tara - posted on 09/21/2010

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I have a 22 month old daughter named Aubrey, and lately we've been trying to help her understand what sharing is and we always say you have to "share." Well the other day I got out of the shower and her dad says ask mommy where your colors are. She looks at me and says, "Olors mama. Olors?" I responded with a little chuckle and then she looks up at me with her big blue eyes and points her little finger and says, "Share. Share olors mama."
Bahaha. It was the cutest and funnest thing she's done in a long time. :-) I just ♥ her!

Amy - posted on 09/21/2010

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My 3-yr-old is a hoot! One night, he came into my room in the middle of the night, clearly upset. I asked him what was the matter. He told me he was scared. When I asked him what he was scared of, he said, "It's freaky in there (bedroom)." It was all I could do not to laugh out loud! Another thing he does is when he's having difficulty doing something, such as trying to unscrew the lid from a plastic bottle, he says, "It's not cooperating." Yes, you may publish. His name is A.J.

Tiffini - posted on 09/19/2010

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my sara thinks she is just so funny she knows one knock knock joke and has been repeating it and some time she changes the middle "when she changes it it doesn’t make sense but it is still funny because the end is the same "! she tells me mama knock knock! i tell her who’s their! she tells be boo! i say boo how and then she tell me its okay mama you don’t have to cry about it then she pretends to cry! its so funny because she dose it a couple time and the change the word but she always tells me its okay mama you don’t have to cry about it at the end!

Jacqueline - posted on 09/19/2010

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Just today my 3-year old Tommy was trying to put on a pair of rubber gloves. He couldn't get them to stay on so he threw them on the floor in disgust saying "That's it! I'll never be a cleaner". My husband told him he'd have to settle for being an astronaut, then.

Rebecca - posted on 09/18/2010

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My 4 year old daughter, Morgan,and I was in the school bathroom, I was in the stall and she was washing her hands. She said "wow mom this water is funky" I siad "were did you learn that word?" she said "I taught myself", then agian she said " this is to funky, Mom come look" I walked out of the stall and she had put her hand over the fauct and was spraying water all over the place. That was pretty funky, alright.

Amy - posted on 09/18/2010

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My 4-year-old has a bad habit of grabbing my glass without asking and drinking all of it. He actually asked if he could have a drink one day and I told him "No because you never give it back.". Now when he wants a drink he says " I can give it back!"
When I am in another room instead of asking me where I am, he says " Mommy, are you there?"

Tracy - posted on 09/18/2010

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Where to begin? I have eight children and I could go on all day about the funny things they have said, but here are just a few things: My 5 year old, Chase, talked extremely early and although I had to translate a lot, (He called his sister Brooklyn "Book in") he was able to get his point across rather easily. He always said such grown up statements too. My favorite thing was when Chase, barely age 2, and my daughter Brooklyn, age 4, were upstairs playing in the loft and I was downstairs. There was a half wall there so I couldn't see them but I could hear them well. They seemed to be playing nicely when out of the blue Chase yelled "Book in! You get - ting on me nerbs!!!"
Another thing Chase said was: One afternoon him and my father-n-law were on the porch. Chase was 4 years old. Apparently he smelled something rather unpleasant and said "Smell that paw paw? It stinks!" Paw Paw replied "Noooo it smells like roses!" Chase kinda hesitated and looked at him trying to figure out if he was serious or not. Then he threw his hands out by his sides and said "What! Are you crazy?"
Christopher, who is now 16, had a bit of road rage when he was little. He was impatient and hated slow drivers and red lights. He was always yelling from his carseat for someone to move or get off the road etc... We went to a local department store and he was in the buggy on his knees hanging onto the front acting like he was driving. It was near the holidays so the store was packed. We were trying to get to the cash register and the line was almost backed up into an isle and there was a giant of a man in front of us who was waiting in line and would take a couple steps forward every couple of minutes. I bet he was almost 7 feet tall (intimidating at least)! Chris got impatient and stood up in the buggy and before I could say anything he hit that man with both fists in the back and screamed "Moooooooooooove wit wit!" (Nit wit) I tried so hard not to laugh and was trying to apologize and fuss at Chris for being rude all at once and I just lost it and we all three died laughing as did a couple of people behind us.
The other day, my 15 year old son, Scottie, was sitting with me on our porch telling me about his day at school. (He is now in the 10th grade and he is in ROTC so his physique is important and muscles, working out, running, etc. He's always been kinda short for his age so it's been an issue and now that's he's finally growing he's thrilled). Anyway, he was telling me about a guy in his class and how he's been "running his mouth" etc and how he's a little worried it might eventually end up in a fight because this kid has a bad attitude. Scottie says "Mom, he ain't no bigger than a popcorn fart so I think if it comes to that I'll be fine! I mean he's bigger than me but I'm not worried about it." I busted out laughing immediately. He was so serious. He said "WHAT mom!? That is NOT funny!" I said "Son, you just called yourself a popcorn fart." He sat there for a second and thought about everything he said and he said "Of COURSE you would pick that out of EVERYTHING I just said!" He had to laugh too though.
A friend of mine's son had just woken up and had wandered into the kitchen wanting breakfast. He climbed up in the chair and his dad asked him what he would like for breakfast. TJ looked around for a minute then he stood up in his chair on his tip toes and saw the doughnuts on the counter. He very excitedly said "No nuts daddy! No nuts!" It was priceless!
Last but not least, when Chase was about a 11 months old he was learning what his body parts were, although he had not discovered his privates yet (so I thought). I put him in the bath and it just so happened that the water level just barely reached the tops of his legs and his privates but didn't quite cover them. I usually let him play a few minutes before bathing him so I sat beside the tub and gave him his cup and let him pour water on his head and splash etc. He suddenly sat straight up and gave me a perplexed look. Then he looked down. He looked back at me and then looked back down. Then he very slowly pointed his finger and pushed down very carefully on his peepee. I held my breath trying so hard not to laugh. He did that a couple times and I called for my husband to come see what he was doing. Then he did that with each of his fingers, pushing it into the water and it wouldn't stay under the water. I was about to die and my husband chuckled and said "BOY! What IS that thing!?" Chase immediately screamed "WEINER!" I was crying I was laughing so hard. Chase is one of 6 boys and ALL of his brothers heard him and all came running and laughing. Must be a guy thing! Ha! Ha!

Angela - posted on 09/17/2010

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My 28-month-old went upstairs to bed the night before last and when she got to the toilet said "What a beautiful toilet ever in whole world!". It cracked me up, but made it slightly less believable when she then said "What a beautiful Mummy ever in whole world"!

Carisa - posted on 09/17/2010

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This afternoon, my 4 1/2 year old said to me "When I'm 5 I'll be big enough to pick up a car." She thought for a few seconds and then added "I'll need to put some balloons on it first." She's been saying she can do everything when she is 5 ever since she turned 4. Last year she called everything medium. My sister asked her to get something off the counter and she replied "I can't Aunt Jenni, I'm too medium."

Veruschka - posted on 09/17/2010

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My 1 1/2yr old son came out of his sister's bedroom wearing dressup fairy wings, and said, look mumma, Bubbyfly. Was sooooo cute. THen he started calling all flying insects Bubbyflies. : )

Veruschka - posted on 09/17/2010

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My daughter when 2ish would get very excited when the rugby was on, and would wait with eager anticipation for the game to start, which meant doing the Haka (for the NZ Allblacks). She would assume the stance and yell the haka words (or ones that sounded like) and accidentally slap her fanny to the chant. Was a total crackup, but we had to quickly teach her that she is meant to be slapping her thighs - even though funny - it wasn't PC to encourage fanny slapping. She does it right these days. Will still be a good 21st story to tell. : )

Sarah - posted on 09/17/2010

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Joseph-Michael will be 4 in dec and he was sitting on the couch the other day waiting on his dad to come up. When his dad came in and sat on the couch beside him he turned to his dad and said ''Well it's great to be indoors, isn't it dad???''
Dont know where he got it from its not anything we would ever say!! he comes out with the funniest things every day and i cant help but laugh at him, and sometimes this really annoys him!! haha
im teaching him to speak Irish since his 3rd birthday and lately he has started making up the Irish for words he doesnt know by just putting the common endings from most Irish words. :)
he can put the biggeat smile on my face in a second. espesially if im annoyed with him. i can never stay mad for long, dont know what id do without him :) :)

Terri - posted on 09/17/2010

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We were at my sister's yesterday and my almost 3 year old saw her neighbor's cat. She walked up to it to play with it (we have 2 cats of our own) and the cat ran away. She asked why and I told her it was scared of her because it didn't know who she was. She then slowly walked over, bent down and very sweetly said "It's ok kitty...my name is Kasmira." I swear, it was the sweetest thing!!

Angela - posted on 09/17/2010

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I have 3 kids. Isaiah, who will be 4 in 3 weeks, and a set of twins, Abby and Jacob, that will be 1 in 2 weeks. My husband and I took Isaiah to the doctor for a check up a few weeks back. Well when Isaiah learned the name of his body parts, my husband taught him a different name for his private parts. While the doctor was examining Isaiah, she explained that she needed to check his private parts out but for him to never let anyone do this unless his parents where there. Isaiah asked her, "what private parts are you going to look at?" Sorda stunned by Isaiah's question, the doctor replied,"It's called your penis Isaiah" With a funny look on Isaiah's face he looked at her and said,"that's not a penis, that's a pistol and me and my daddy both have one!" I thought I was going to die. I laughed until I cried. Then to top it all off the doctor asked him why he calls it a pistol and he replied,"because you have bullets that you can shoot out of it" ( that is how my husband got him potty trained) You really just don't know what your child might say.

Tina - posted on 09/17/2010

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My son, Michael, is 3. He is also mildly autistic, but oh so bright!! Some of the stuff he says just shouldn't becoming out of a 3 yr old mouth!! It's not Bad, just wiser than I think he should be.
Example-
Michael- Mommy, mommy
Me- Yes baby
Mike- I have the hiccups
he then pretended to hiccup
Mike - I need a doctor
i was like what??

Doesn't sound quite as cute in writing though. lol
Another one-
He has a bad habit of digging in his diaper when he poops. So I have been putting him in the full pj's that zip all the way up. he's getting too big for them so I cut out the feet, and since it is hot, I made them into shorts. Well, he has figured out that he can maneuver his fingers up the legs. So I cinched the legs alittle to keep his hands out. When I put them on him the first time after doing this he looks and me and says "hmmm, they feel different!"

It was really funny!

Dipal - posted on 09/16/2010

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I have 22 months old daughter and whatever she does everyday...its just unbelievable...she started talking ...NO.....whenever she doesn't anyone to do....then also says Shut up...When she does not want to drink milk,she'll say tomorrow...no tomorrow....

One day, we went to one of our relative's place and were talking on the dinner table...she was playing in main room and got bored probably...she came to my mom who was sitting next to me..and said lets go grandma ..my mom went with her and my daughter ran and came to dinner table and sat on the chair...man we were all surprise what she did and it was very funny....

whatever we says...she repeats that word....

Catalina - posted on 09/16/2010

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My 25 month old is full of energy and attitude. One day my mom's dog was barking (because it was thundering and he's afraid of thunder). After about 15 minutes of barking, we hear this little voice come from the family room yelling, "shee up, meema" (our cat's name is Zima but she thinks all the animals have the same name). Another time, her big brother was buggin her. He kept trying to tickle her and finally she got fet up and yelled, "Stop it, Yaya. Go away". That was about the only thing she had said that came out so clearly everyone understood.

Monica - posted on 09/16/2010

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On another occasion when master 4 had done something I had asked him not to do and therefore I was quite upset with him said to me "feel the love mummy". Gotta love him.

Monica - posted on 09/16/2010

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My 4yr old son when I would not let him play with my rings said to me "sharing is caring, you have to share", cracked me up.

Nancy - posted on 09/16/2010

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My 23 month old son thinks it's hilarious to poke his finger in my ear and make me giggle. It's a fun game the first few times, but after about the 15th time, it just gets annoying, so the last time, I just sat there and made no response. He looked perplexed, thought about it and pushed the "giggle button" harder til it worked!

Tammie - posted on 09/16/2010

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Well, my 3 year old, Carolyn was fresh out of the bath, all snuggled up in a robe. I was hugging her and telling her how good she smelled, when she turned to me and said, "MOM! It's not polite to sniff little kids!" and ran to the table for her snack. I was speachless.

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I am a mom of an 18 month old. I came home from work one day last week and sat on the floor. I hadn't showered yet and my shoes make my feet a little smelly. I was sitting cross legged and my daughter walks over to me puts her head near my knee and looks up at me and starts waving her hand and say phew then she ran away from me. I almost died laughing!!!

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My son is 2.5 and has always been really verbal. He cracks us up on a continuous basis. A few months ago my husband (who normally drives with me to pick up our son) had to work late and was going to take the bus instead. When I picked up my son he asked "Where is Daddy?" and I told him "He had to work late. He's going to take the bus home." There was a pause and then my son said, "Where is he going to park it??"

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After trying to lose the baby weight for months, I thought I would try on my pre-pregnancy jeans. MIka who was 10 months old at the time, walked over to me to see what was going on.

she saw me trying to squeeze into these jeans, and the look on her face was somewhat puzzled. If she could talk she would have asked me "mom do you really think those are going to fit??"

I finally got the jeans over my hips, and to my horror I knew there was NO way they were going to be buttoned up. There was a whole hand length of space between the button and the loop. She started to laugh really hard and then crawled to my feet, stood up and slapped my belly over and over while hysterically laughing.

having a 10 month old laugh at you because of the extra belly fat really gets you back to the gym.

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Andrea - posted on 09/15/2010

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My son is about the sweetest little angel there ever was (as every mother would say). If he wants to held, he will say "Mommy, let me hold you" rather than "Mommy, hold me." He also looks at me with those big innocent eyes and says "Mommy, you not sad?" When I tell him that I'm not sad, he gets a big grin and says "Mommy, you happy?!? And I tell him that I am the happiest mommy ever because I have the sweetest baby boy in the whole wide world. :-) Feel free to share. I love to tell anyone who will listen how wonderful it is to be Jackson's mommy.

Temeka - posted on 09/15/2010

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My daughter is 3 and lately she says "check this out" before everything she says LOL I think it's sooo funny

Eleni ( Helen ) - posted on 09/15/2010

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I have a 18 month old son his is the most happiest baby I know (trust me) he is also really really funny his does not talk fully yet but he does say a lot of words like mama, daddy also baba and yai yai (nanny), cat and teddy and alot of the time he say's bugga bugga boo although im not quiet sure where he got that one from . Andreas (my son) is a very clever ( Well he thinks so) he will pull the most funniest faces when his pretending to cry his a really good actor and know's how to put on a good show, He makes me laugh all day long his such a good boy (at the moment anyway lol) and I look forward to everyday with him when im not at work for two days of the week. One of the most funniest things he has said this week though was when I went to collect him from nursery as soon as I got in the room he walked up to me and tapped me on the leg then he looked up at me and said mamma come go (his first proper sentence) it was so sweet and also hilarious it made me weep a little ;) I'm sure I have plenty more funny and emotional moment to come...

Sandy - posted on 09/15/2010

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I told my toddler son, "No eating in the Living Room because it brings ants." Next day we saw an ant in the Living Room and he said "Look mommy- the ant's hungry! It needs food!".

My other favorite is when I call for him and he replies "Yes honey" Just sounds funny from a 2 y.o.

Jessica - posted on 09/15/2010

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I am also the mom of a 1 year old, 2 year old, and 6 year old. My 2 year old has started saying "no way Jose". No matter what you tell her that is her response.

Amber - posted on 09/15/2010

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as most moms of a three year old, i think my child is brilliant!! hehe... articulate, thoughtful, and precocious... she cracks me up everyday. one day recently, i was in the bathroom when she barged in... "whatcha doin mommy?" i told her, "mommy is using the potty, baby." smiling she asked, "are you pooping?" "yes, isabella," i said. she stood there for a little while just leaning on the sink and suddenly exclaimed, "ooohh, mommy, you are making my hairbow stinky!" i just found it hilarious that she concluded smells could linger.

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Teresa that made me remember my first daughter as a baby well 9mths..it was Christmas day and we had dinner at her dads house with his mom and sisters.A aunt of there's came in to drop off gifts, she had her boyfriend with her.
Well when they were leaving we said goodbye..so all saying bye as the walked from the kitchen to the hall, then my 9mth old pipes up..she was in her highchair at the table "BYE"..all look back at her..again she says BYE but this time BYE DADDY..to the aunts boyfriend...lmao..it was so funny she kept saying it..loads of smiles for him and waving...he says bye..she looks so cute at him.bye daddy.i nearly died but it made us all laugh so much.She was pushed to say it to her own dad, she said mommy more.lol

Roz - posted on 09/15/2010

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My 5 year old daughter is always saying the funniest things. Here are my favorite ones:

When I call her a chatterbox, she exclaims, she is not a chatter and she is not a box.

One time I was getting so angry at her and said, "you are killing me!" She got very serious, looked at me and said, "mommy, I'm not killing you, I would never kill you."

One day, a woman says to her, "good morning honey" The woman walks away and then she angrily says to me, "why did she call me honey? That's not my name, it's Rebecca, you put honey on apples."

Brandy - posted on 09/15/2010

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Conversation between my son (who is 2), husband, and myself while we where watching a movie on the couch. My husband got up to get a popsicle late one night.
Son: mommy can I have popsicle?
Me: no, it's to late.
(turning to dad right next to me)
Son: daddy can I have a popsicle?
Dad: what did your mom say?
Son: um, she said I could have one! (while shaking his head yes)

Teresa - posted on 09/15/2010

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I thought this was pretty funny because of his age... When my son was just 8 months old, he started saying 'dada' all the time. Of course, as any mother would, I said to him, 'say mama'. So he literally shook his head NO and said 'dada', then he started laughing hysterically. He's 11 mths now and he still thinks it's the funniest thing in the world and he still won't say 'mama'. Smarter than they look, I tell you what. I'm pretty sure he's always known exactly what he's saying.

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Wait my 20mth old cracks us up with her songs and dancing for the size of her..she sings all the single ladies by Beyonce and tries her best to copy the dance moves lol..she also had a few people in a restaurant laughing singing Katie Perry's Hot&cold.She a pure entertainer for her age..stage school here we come i think.:-)

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My favourite two stories are from my 6 year old now but she said them at age 3- 4..shes got my personality for sure..a bit of a comedian without knowing it.

My second daughter 20mths hasnt said anything funny or witty yet but give her time lol.Shes just so cute and sings all the time and reads books,well looks at them lol.



Six year old at age 3-4/It was the swine flu outbreak..i was on the computer lol..i sneezed.I heard a gasp and turned she said"oh no mommy..you have the flying flu..lmao.



Another day she was talking to us and said"my Aunt Kat, i said "no baby shes not your Aunt shes your godmother.Her eyes widened and she had a shocked face-she said"WHAT..she used to be my MOTHER".

Tine - posted on 09/15/2010

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What a lovely thread, Beth!
My 22 month old daughter cracks me up endlessly, it's hard to pick out just one thing! Probably most are 'you had to be there' things, but some translate to description!
My daughter says things like,"Stars,where are you those stars? Where are you moon?" to the night sky! She also puts herself to bed like the characters in In the Night Garden, including bringing rocks to bed like MaccaPacca does ... her dad wasn't so pleased to find them there when she put them in the bed! She goes to bed' everywhere, on the dog's couch, under the bathroom mat (pulls it over herself with a sigh, some lip smacking and a 'nighnight!').
Feel free to use this in your article if you wish - I love reflections on the joy our children bring us!
:-) Tine

Anita - posted on 09/14/2010

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I heard the funniest thing from my next door neighbours 4 year old boy. He was over our house one day and he saw me checking my son's temperature with an ear thermometer. I then read out the temperatere of 38 degrees. I saw him watching me with curiousity so I said 'would you like me to take your temperature too?' to which he replied 'no, that's ok, I don't have any numbers in my ears!'

Kirsty - posted on 09/14/2010

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I have a 3 year old and an 11 month old. I was readying my 3 year old a beautiful book about a home birth called "Hello Baby". When we got to the page with the baby after it was born, it showed the baby with it's umbilical cord. My daughter gasps and says, "look Mummy, it's a belly snake!!!". I just burst out laughing. Too funny.

Elizabeth - posted on 09/14/2010

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My son, Connor, just turned 3 this week. He loves to make people laugh and currently his favorite is to tell a joke that he made up.
"Knock Knock"
"Who's There?"
"Chicken! Beep Beep!"

Of course it doesnt make sense but it cracks him up (as well as everyone else)

He is also fond of making up excuses for why he cant go to daycare. The other day he told me it was because he had a "stinky butt"

Pip - posted on 09/14/2010

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My Little boy is 2yrs old. Last night i put him in the shower by himself, as he loves showers. I walked away to the next room and i could hear him mumbling along while his washing himself. Then he burst into the "Fruit Salad yummy, yummy. Fruit Salad yummy, yummy ......" he reached the end of the song and then started singing "toot toot chagga chagga big red car"!!! It was so funny I could barely contain myself! Myself or my husband dont have a habit of singing in the shower. I wonder did he come up with that himself!

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my 10 yr old came into the bathroom this morning while i was doing my make up and he said to his little brother tate, look mummy is making herself look prettier she doesnt need it she is already pretty!!!!

my god what a sweet heart but im thinking mayb he wants something lol hehehe

Niki - posted on 09/14/2010

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My 3 year old son looked at me the other day and smiled while telling me "mommy when I get bigger like you I'm going to marry you" When I asked him why he simply looked at me like that was the dumbest question I could ever ask and said " because you are beautiful mommy" that made me laught and cry all at the same time.

Candace - posted on 09/14/2010

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my daughter just turned 2 last month and when we were at my sisters place she kept giving the cat junior heck lol, cause when i tell her its time to eat and she wont listen when hes around and i keep telling her its time to eat and her aunty joins in with me and she still wont listen so we put junior in the room with the door closed or the bathroom with the door closed, poor kitty though lol he got used to that routine and now we are home, after trying to get her to eat shes been doing the same to junior lol, chasing him around with his food in the dish and saying 'eat! you hear me" lol me and my sister burst out laughing when we heard her say that lol, another thing i burst out laughing about was last night, we just finished eating than she goes and says 'aunty good cook' and i tell her i cooked and she said 'oh, mommy good cook' lol while trying to suck up saying sorry to me lol

Jaiy - posted on 09/14/2010

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When my son, 2 1/2, is getting into the throws of a really good tantrum, he asks for things just so he can say no to them. "Want orange." Okay, let's get you an orange. "No! No orange." Okay, you don't have to have an orange. "...want wapple." Okay, you can have a waffle. "No! No wapple!" Eventually we have to tell him to go to his room to cry, because we can't stop ourselves from laughing.

Other times, he decides to give himself permission because we won't. First thing in the morning, he'll ask for markers and we have to tell him. "After school, baby." He'll ask a few more times and when we don't say yes, we'll hear him muttering to himself, "Mama, pay marters? Pease? Otay. Yay!"

I love the terrible 2's. They are hilarious.

Jennifer - posted on 09/14/2010

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My daughter rori is 3 and she totally cracks me up, we are walmart and she was yelling at the top of her lungs "MAKE WAY SUPER RORI COMMING THROUGH" she kept repeating her sel over and over and i couldnt get her to stop when we got home she said " mommy i dont dont wanna be a superhero anymore it makes my throat hurt " lol

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When my now 8yo was 2 she took raw eggs and Parmesan cheese and has then in a pile on the kitchen floor when I asked her what she was doing she said she was making donuts. Then a few weeks later when I had to work a double shift at work she was home with daddy and she climbed up into the cabinet and got the blue food coloring out and tried to do dishes with it. Daddy found her up at the sink with everything blue, including the floor she overflowed the sink. And with my 4 year old he came to me the other night and just as serious as could be asked me to call the cops. I asked him why he said so they can shoot the squirrels that are making to much noise in the roof. I was lauging so hard.

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