WOW my kid said that?!?! any stories moms?

Faith - posted on 02/19/2010 ( 7 moms have responded )




I know lots of parents go through this but I'm thinking its always funny to remember these times.
My 2nd eldest had a parents day at school where we could met their (2nd) new teacher. We had just had our 3rd baby. Both of the boys were super excited and wanted to show him off to their friends and teachers. While we were meeting in the classroom with Gavins teacher he was with us.
teacher~ are you helping mommy and daddy with the baby?
Gavin~ nodding his yes- I know how to get the diapers, and wipeies and spit cloths when mommy runs out...BUT (raising his voice) I can't help feed him...Daddy says he can't cus he doesn't have boobies that make milk...Mommy can she pulls up her shirt and underwear and boobie feeds him all the time!!!

Of course there are about 4 other families standing around with us.-
Im not ashamed one bit to breastfeed my baby and I honestly told my kids that what I was doing. BUT I dont just advertise it to the world.
There are tons more of these like stories but...
Wondering if anyone else has some wonderful story to share :)


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Annie - posted on 02/24/2010




It figures, doesn't it? As careful as we try to be about our language, one always slips out and gets picked up by the little ones... it reminds me of that Ben Stiller movie, Meet the Fockers. Ben is baby-sitting his fiancee's nephew and the kid (who hasn't spoken yet) keeps crying and Ben says "Greg's a big asshole" or something, to which the kid sounds out "ASHHHH...hole."
My daughter's first, at the age of 2, came from me when I had had it with my sis-in-law's incontinent cat that pooped under my table. I lost it and said "FUCKING CAT!" to which my daughter said "Mommy no yell at dat fucking cat!"

Caitlin - posted on 02/24/2010




My story is a little different because my son is only two years old and hasnt been talking very long. We were at the grocery store and my son likes to "help" Mommy by putting all of the items into the cart.Well we got to the juice isle and I handed him a bottle of apple juice so he could put it in but he decided to throw it down instead. Of course it lands on my foot and out of reflex I yell DAMNIT!. My son giggled and yelled Damnit also. We were only halfway done with our shopping and the rest of the time my son kept yelling damnit at the top of his lungs. No matter what I said he just kept getting louder and louder. I was getting looks by older couples and snickers from women had their children with them also. I couldnt get out of there fast enough!!!!

Faith - posted on 02/23/2010




Thanks for all of you that keep sharing the fun stories of daily life with our kids :)
I actually have another one to add...
My 7 yr old was home from school recovering from having the stomach bug. I HAD to go to the store and get the basics. Of course Z has also been suffering from some dia. :p So when he stands up in the cart and is messing with his crouch I immediately asked him if he need the bathroom. "no mommy"
then I asked him "whats wrong? you shouldn't play with crouch boo."
response that every teenage moody girl would be proud to call her own, and of course in that loud voice that only a small 7yr old can produce, "I KNOW, BUT MY PEANUTS ARE STICKING AND THEY ITCHY!!!"
of course the poor guy stocking the dairy coolers next to me snickers and makes a run for the backroom where I hear him bust out laughing.
Just to make it better the senior couple a few feet away laugh and the older man shakes his head and responds laughing "happens to all of us guys, he'll learn"
Phha, how can one shopping trip result in such intresting conversations?!?

Danielle - posted on 02/22/2010




April- that reminds me! My son would say "that makes my penis feel weird!" when we drove over bumps in the van....

April - posted on 02/22/2010




when my daughter was 4 or 5, we were at the grocery store and she was sitting in the cart. The parking lot has a LOT of potholes, so its a pretty bumpy ride. She started giggling when we were halfway to the car and I asked her what was so funny. In front of God and the 10 other people getting in or out of the car she announced nice and loud " mommy, it tickles where I go pee pee!!!!" I turned about 5 shades of red:-)

Kayla - posted on 02/22/2010




mine doesnt have to do with breastfeeding. but my step son was at his aunts house and he was in the process of potty training. He went to the bathroom and then came out and said" Auntie! I think i need to go to the doctor!" She said "Why?" My son said "Cuz it is getting hard and going up and down!" He was referring to his private parts. Oh it was so funny!!!

Danielle - posted on 02/20/2010




When Adam was about 4.5-5 he went around telling everyone that his brother drank "boobie juice". This was my fault as I changed the words to a song and "boobie juice" just fit well in the song so i went with it...Adam apparently decided to designate that as his term for breastmilk....

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