Things your toddler said that made you laugh

Jenni - posted on 06/19/2009 ( 9 moms have responded )

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yesterday my son (11 months) and step-daughter (22 months) were swimming... my son, Benjamin, was pulling on his sister, Kira's, swim diaper to which she yelled at him "No!!!! Ben!!!! My poo!!!" so hysterical... let's hear funny things ur toddler has said!

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Ruth - posted on 06/20/2009

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Quoting Jennifer:

Ruth, poor thing! dont worry im not pitying you... cuz i know my day is a coming :) lol

Sharon, "Bathroom crayon" that's so creative!

Nicole, i love the one "chicken is good for my butt!"



Oh, yes. Your day will come. No one is immune!!!

Rhionna - posted on 06/20/2009

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Not a day goes by when my son doesn't make me laugh with something he says. At the moment he keeps saying, "You're only supposed to blow the bloody doors off!".

The most embarassing thing he's ever said was after a day of potty training, I'd taken him to the toilet with me and he was wondering why I didn't have a willy, so I told him mummies and girls have a vagina instead. No more was said about it until we went to the take away that evening when he asked, at the top of his voice if the lady serving us had a vagina as well?!

Betsy - posted on 06/19/2009

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When my oldest (now 19) was learning all his body parts, he loved to tell anyone who would listen, "these are my shoulders, these are my elbows." While grocery shopping, he decided to tell a strange man, "This is my chest. My mommy has 2 chests, but they are really big." We finished shopping quickly.

My 2nd oldest, now 12, always had gorgeous long wavy hair. In preschool, she wanted me to blow it out straight like a friend's, with straight hair, was, so we woke early and did it. As she got fidgety, I kept saying, It's a big job, so let me finish blowing it." We get to school, and she was so proud. It did look gorgeous, but when her teacher commented on how pretty her hair was, she stood proudly and spoke LOUDLY saying, "My mommy gave it a good blow job." I just kept saying "Blow out blow out", but the damage was done, and teachers and parents were dying.

The younger 3 haven't completely mortified me yet.

Stephanie - posted on 06/19/2009

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My daughter has a hard time understanding why daddy needs privacy while changing his clothes. She finally came up with an idea that made sense to her 4 year old mind. She now randomly tells people that her daddy is embarrassed about his penis. Now he really has a reason to be embarrassed!

Natasha - posted on 06/19/2009

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My son barely talks at all but the other night we had company over. He stood in front of everyone and yell HIYA BABY! it was hilarious especially since hes only ever said daddy and hi before that.

Jenni - posted on 06/19/2009

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Ruth, poor thing! dont worry im not pitying you... cuz i know my day is a coming :) lol



Sharon, "Bathroom crayon" that's so creative!



Nicole, i love the one "chicken is good for my butt!"

Nicole - posted on 06/19/2009

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My friend's three year old said the following bits of hilarity: "daddy, my heart is under my boobies" "Mom, you have weird penis" "Chicken is good for my butt" . I can't wait until phoebe starts talking :)

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Most recently my 4 year old shoved a tampon under the bathroom door to me. I asked him where he got it from and why he did that. Well, he said that it came from my purse and "I ALWAYS have to have one when I go to the bathroom." I asked him what he thought it was. He replied it was a "Bathroom crayon!"

Ruth - posted on 06/19/2009

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I was reading a story to my son in bed. We were cuddled up. I finished the story and said, "did you like that?". He said, " yes, I like the story but I don't like it when you talk next to my face cuz your breath is stinky...."



Or once, I was using the toilet at the doctor's surgery with my step-son. We came out and joined my husband in the waiting room when my step-son announced at the top of his voice, "DAD, MAM'S JUST HAD A POO". Everyone was sniggering - except me!



Or when we were waiting in a queue and my step-son pointed at the box of sanitary towels I was purchasing and asked what they were for. I said "I'll tell you when we get outside", but he wouldn't let it go. I kept telling him to ssshh and then at the top of his voice he said "ARE THEY FOR YOU KNICKERS?"



Or, in the same shop (!), in a queue, he asked me, "MAM, WHY HAVE YOU NOT GOT ANY KNICKERS ON?". He actually meant tights (I think you call them pantyhose?), but how do you explain that to all the strangers staring and laughing?



Yes, little angels, eh?

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