Quotes of the day from your kids

Amanda - posted on 07/05/2011 ( 48 moms have responded )

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Today my 3 yr old walks over to me and says mummy Ashleigh's my best friend. (Ashleigh is my 21 month old daughter) I just thought it was cute after they had spent half the day fighting with each other.

Abit later on I hear hubby getting annoyed about a nappy, turn round and find my daughter skipping down the hallway bottom half naked with daddy chasing after her not happy, singing I like a bare bum I like a bare bum

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Bernadette - posted on 08/16/2011

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Ella was on fire with the quotes tonight! At dinner, she pointed to her chair and said "there is a cassowary under there, and it's eating my bottom!" (for anyone who doesn't know, a cassowary is a very large, flightless Australian bird a little bit similar to an emu, that lives in rainforests). No idea where she came up with that one. We did see a cassowary at the zoo a couple of weeks ago, but I didn't even think she remembered it, let alone what it was called. Or why it would want to eat her bottom...?

Then later, we saw an ad on tv for kindy and it really played on what kids will be when they grow up. Daddy said to her "what are you going to be Ella?" Without missing a beat, she replied "Super Ella!"

He then asked her again, this time adding "when you grow up." She looked at me with a shy little giggle and said "Mummy." Awww, so sweet!

We were also playing a silly game where I was pretending I was trying to talk but couldn't open my mouth so I was just making "mmm-mm" sounds. She thought it was funny, so I told her to say "hello, I'm Ella" with her mouth closed. Little smarty pants grinned at me and said "Hello, I'm Ella with my mouth closed."

I can't understand why anyone wouldn't want to have kids? They are such an endless source of entertainment!!!

Amber - posted on 08/14/2011

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My 2 year old son ran up to me, climbed in my lap and hugged me about the neck and sat with me for a few moments before looking up at me with those adorable blue eyes. I just melted and told him that I love him. His response was that he loves mommy, too, however he dropped his voice an octave or two and gave it a scratchy, almost monster-ish edge. And then he head butted me.

He also makes that face that the kid from Home Alone does, too. You know, with his hands on either side of his face and his mouth wide open. He then runs about the house shouting "Where's Kevin? Where's Kevin?" ... His father and I still haven't figured out who Kevin is...

Annette - posted on 08/13/2011

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Well my step daughter who is now 3 years old. She did something rather funny just before her 2nd birthday. She was arguing with her father about eating her food. We say ahuh, she would say no. That went on for about 5 min. I told my husband should not teach her bad habits. So he said Gracie I said Ahuh and she got down from her chair and pointed at the door. Then said Daddy get out now. Lets just say I tried so hard not to laugh...

Then a couple of weeks ago we were driving in the van, Gracie was playing with 2 small stuffed animals. I was one and daddy was the other. She said, we need to cross the lava but its too hot. Should we do it? ok lets jump, Ahha not the lava!!!

Sorry but that was cute, she just about to turn 4 now.

Jaime - posted on 08/11/2011

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The other day my 28 month old son said "mama i'll be right back". I thought that was so cute.

Karen - posted on 08/10/2011

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My husband and I were taking turns one night walking our 19mth old back to his bed. I was 9mths prego and while it was my turn carrying my son back to bed my water broke. I was down the hall and had thought that the rest of the kids were sleeping. Obviously not, though, because when my 9yr old woke up he told his grandmother (who was babysitting for us while we were at the hospital) "grandma, mom lied. She said the water broke, but it's working fine" LOL .

Sarah - posted on 08/09/2011

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I already posted on this thread, but have two more I just have to share.
My 4 yo is a linguistic little guy, and sometimes surprises me with the words he knows! Today, an older neighborhood bully was teasing him for using training wheels, and he calmly said, "They aren't training wheels. I'm riding a quadracycle."

My 17mo DD was eating snack this afternoon when she dropped a dollop of applesauce right down into her diaper. She stared at hit with head cocked to the side for a few moments, then up at me and said, "Applesauce. On mah neked."

Bernadette - posted on 08/08/2011

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Ella had her friend Sophie over the other day. She said to Sophie "Goodness gracious! Your necklace is beautiful!" Sophie responded with "oh yes, it's just all got sparkles on it." They sounded like little grown-ups! It was very cute. Ella is 2 yrs 4 months and Sophie has just turned 3.

And this morning I said to Ella "mummy is getting a headache." Her response was "Coffee will make you better." Glad to see I am teaching her the important lessons early!

Sara - posted on 08/04/2011

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Upon stepping outside yesterday, my two year old floored delighted me when he proclaimed, "It's a BEAUTIFULl day that Hashem (G-d) made for us!"

Amanda - posted on 08/03/2011

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when my now 14 yr old was 5 i found him curled up in my bed. when i asked him what was wrong he told me this:
i'm sick mommy. my esophagus hurts.

Amanda - posted on 08/03/2011

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tonight my 3 yr old walks in my bedroom and says "i'm having a sad day mommy" and earlier she told me, of her 1 yr old brother "mommy damien is pissing me off"

Heather - posted on 07/23/2011

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My daughter is only 19 months so she can't really talk. She is currently learning her colors. I held up a banana and said this is yellow. She retorted with, "NO momma, a banana." ,,, & the other night she ate all of her cookie and started looking around saying, "cookie, where are youuu?" LOL..

Bernadette - posted on 07/19/2011

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tonight my 27 month old said do me "can you brush my teeth without me, Mummy?"

Sure, just take them out and leave them where I can reach them.........

Bernadette - posted on 07/19/2011

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tonight my 27 month old said do me "can you brush my teeth without me, Mummy?"

Sure, just take them out and leave them where I can reach them.........

Jeannie - posted on 07/18/2011

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Heard my 4 yr old in the bathroom spinning the toilet paper and I asked her "Are you using a lot of toilet paper? She said "No there is still some left" LOL

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today my daughter said to me "mommy mommy mommy" "what" "my barbies are sad they want to see your tummy boo boos to make them feel better stop hurting" I just had emergency surgery to save my life a month ago lol and I told her she couldnt climb on me because i have boo boos on my tummy

Brooke - posted on 07/18/2011

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Yesterday my daughter who will be 4 on August 4th came to work with me. I'm pregnant with twins and I just found out it's twin boys. The teacher asked my daughter, "What is your mommy having?" Kiya looked up from her dolls and said, "A baby!" and she said it with an attitude too like duh! The teacher and I just laughed.

Fathima - posted on 07/13/2011

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i have three kids n lots f stories...my seven year old,who gets all A+ in school,comes first in almost all activities asked me the day before yesterday,maam,äm i male or a female"!!!!!ohhhh v wer havin lunch n all f us wer laughing our ass out!!!!!same fella at d age 3 :he was naughty and me n mom wer shouting...mom said ohh godd,kids these days.....he replies after a few seconds,..ohh gaaaad elders these days...n sooo seriously!!!! hunny he used d exact word elders....,one more...my sis wen she was in kindergarten,comes home one fine day and declares,mom i am done withABCs,can i start teaching in my school???!!!!

Bernadette - posted on 07/12/2011

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Amanda, that reminds me of one day a few months ago when I was shopping with my daughter. She said "mummy, you bit me! Don't bite me mummy!" I said to her, "I did not bite you" while getting some funny looks from other shoppers. She kept insisting that i bit her, and telling me not to do it again! Now THAT was embarrassing. It was pretty obvious to everyone that I couldn't possibly have bitten her, as she was walking ahead of me, but still...you hear a kid say something like that and it makes you wonder if it's happened to them before! Fortunately there weren't too many people around, and most of them looked amused rather than disapproving.

Grace - posted on 07/12/2011

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My daughter - I smelled dem flowers Mum and they runned my nose. I don't want to smell dem anymore.

Amanda - posted on 07/12/2011

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These are great, kids are so funny.

The other day my son comes into our bed and taps dad on the shoulder and said daddy I wana tell you something, hubby replies ok mate, what do you want to tell me? Son starts to pull hubby to a sitting position, looks him square in the eye and says daddy I really need to talk to you with a serious look on his face.

About a year ago we were walking to the shops and son asks if we can go to the park, I said yes after we've been shopping. Just as this really posh lady walks past he says to me, mummy don't kick babies in the park. I wanted the ground to pen up and swallow me as this woman gave me the death stare.
On the theme of kicking, we were getting a few things from the shop and we walk past a lady in a wheelchair. He looks at her and as we get to her he says mummy I wana kick the lady, I said to him what do you mean we don't kick people. He replies yes mummy but I wana kick the lady in the chair. I was so embarrased at having to apologise to this lady, but as I was talking too her, luckily she saw the funny side of it and wasn't offended.

My daughter has a habit of coming up to you and saying go way, not like you

Bernadette - posted on 07/12/2011

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tonight, my husband asked our two year old daughter if he could have a kiss. She said "I'd love to...but I'm too sad." I don't know where on earth she comes up with some of the things she says!

Mell - posted on 07/10/2011

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I gave my son and nephew a slice of chocolate cake each and gave myself a bigger piece, they said how come you get a big bit? so i said because im the big mumma. We went and sat down in the living room and the boys started whispering and giggling away looking at me so i said "hey what are you boys talking about?" to which my son said "Nothing mummy... Just your greedy business!" I did have to laugh x

Sara - posted on 07/10/2011

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Yesterday my 2 year old had a fever, so I brought him a special colorful sesame street juice box to drink out of and his eyes widened and mouth gaped and he said, "wow, but...my birthday is in JANUARY!"

Stifler's - posted on 07/09/2011

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HAHAHA. Logan went up to the DVD player and was pressing buttons and I'm like UH UH! coz I was feeding Renae. He turns around and goes UH UH! It was really cute.

Carla - posted on 07/08/2011

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i had just gotten up an was getting dressed and i was bare butt my 3 yr old daughter looked at me an said " mommy you have a boo-boo on your butt can i kiss your butt mommy?" i told her "no" an put pants on asap

Sarah - posted on 07/08/2011

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Oh, I forgot one of my favorites, though at the time I didn't find it funny!

Just before Payten turned two, we were playing outside when he suddenly became lethargic and I noticed a twitch in his eye, dilation of his pupils, and intense sweating. It looked like he had ingested a toxin, so I asked if he had eaten anything. He said "no." and I kept pushing. Did you eat anything you found? Are you sure? Did you eat...a berry or something??" At that, he perked up and said "No, I dinna eat it. I jest moved it so I could dwive. It was a bwoo-bewwy." I asked him to show me this "blueberry" and to my horror found a large gravid Lactrodectus Mactans on the seat of his peddle-car!!! For those of you who don't know, that's a Black Widow! We found the bite marks, which were hidden under a fat-fold on his palm. We had a LONG discussion the next day about spiders and other bugs and how we tell, don't touch. I still get shivers thinking about that!

Sarah - posted on 07/08/2011

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Oh, my. I have so many I don't know which to share!

When my oldest was about two, I was letting him play with an old cell phone. I didn't realize it still had the battery in it, and he managed to turn it on and call 911! After explaining to the operator that everything was okay, I said aloud "I didn't know you could dial emergency without a sim card!" My son asked what a SIM card was, and I briefly explained that it is a little chip that allows you to make and receive calls. Months later, he asked out of the blue, "Mama, did Jesus have a cell phone?" "No, they hadn't invented cell phones yet when Jesus was alive. Nobody had them." "Yeah, that's what I thought. 'Cause if he had a cell phone, he could have called to police men when the bullies tried to put him on the cross. Even if it didn't have a sim card!"

When asked what he wanted to be when grown, at 2 1/2 he answered "I want to be a Mama." "Do you mean a Daddy?" "No, Daddies have to work and stuff. I want to be a Mama so I can stay home and play all day." (cue discussion about how some moms work and some dads stay home!!)

Around the same time, his sunday school teacher asked him what Daddy did at work, he answered "He makes money. Mama spends it."

Right before his fourth birthday, he got angry at me for something, and in a fit of rage yelled "I don't have to do what you want, I only have to do what I want, and if you don't let me...then you aren't invited to my birthday party!" When that didn't get a rise out of me, he quickly added "AND NEITHER AM I!!!!!"

My second son, who will be three at the end of August, was getting extremely annoyed that his 16 month old sister wouldn't leave him alone. "Mama, did you keeped Mazzen's receipt? Can we a'change her for a ROBOT sister?"

I'm now pregnant with my fourth, and know I'm probably in for a long list of silly, cute, and hilarious quotes!

Ann Marie - posted on 07/08/2011

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Great stuff. :-) My three year old told me today that she wanted to be an astronaut and go to Mars (watching the Space Shuttle lift-off preparations on TV). You go, girl!

Maggie - posted on 07/07/2011

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I was in the OB's office today with my daughter who is 2 1/2. My doctors male intern was feeling my belly to see where the kids are and all that fun stuff that they do when my daughter pipes up from the corner..."Excuse me (to the intern). Only my Daddy can do that to Mommy." Which had all of us laughing. When the OB asked her if she was excited to meet her brother and sister Becky said "I want to meet Colin. Molly can stay where she is." And she then carried on colouring.

Sarah - posted on 07/07/2011

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When I put my daughter to bed my hair was light blonde. I then dyed it black.
Walking into her room in the morning when she woke, I said (before she could see me), mammys hair is a different colour ok? My hair is black now ok?
Ok mammy was my reply.... Followed by MAMMY you've got a cat on your head!!!!! she's 2 years old made me giggle anyway x

Clair - posted on 07/07/2011

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my 3 yr old son is quite roper for his age, he will correct you if you are saying things incorrectily and most of the time he is right, he told his nanny of for calling his little sister by her full name (isobelle) and said "no nanny, her name is izzy not isobelle please say it again" he is always saying things like this, but his latest is that at 1 yr old she is too little to go to nursery x

Grace - posted on 07/06/2011

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Emma, "Happy Aniversity!" meaning happy aniversary. Emma always mixes up tomato and potato. Any my personal favorite, patainer instead of container. So cute!

Elise - posted on 07/06/2011

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My 2 1/2yo daughter, Layla, walks up to her brother (7months), sticks her bum in his face and says "Hi, my name bum! Nice to meet you, Flynn".

Angela - posted on 07/06/2011

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My 3-year-old gave a very embarrassed Daddy an anatomy lesson the other day: "This is my wee hole, this is my poo hole and this is where I came out of Mummy when I was a baby". I was out of the room at the time, but he told me later that he hadn't known where to look!

Amanda - posted on 07/06/2011

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My almost 3 year old likes to sneak out of bed early in the morning when I'm still sleeping. He gets a chair from the kitchen table, pushes it up to the kitchen cabinets and get the mini marshmellows for a snack. I found one on the floor after I got up and said "Bradley, what is this?" His reply was... "It's just umm... nothing."

Amanda - posted on 07/06/2011

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My son will be 3 next month and he's taken an interest in his wee-wee. The other day he pokes it in and says "Watch! It's a volcano!" when it popped back out.

Ashley - posted on 07/06/2011

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Love it when my 2 1/2 year old son hugs me and says "I love you mommy, all day!"

Ann Marie - posted on 07/06/2011

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My 3-year old likes to play the "how much do you love..." game.
"How much do you love Daddy?" "This much!" (Holds out both hands.)
"How much does Daddy love you?" "This much!" (Holds both hands higher.)
"How much does Daddy love Sonja?" (her sister) "This much!" (Holds one hand out halfway.)

Scandalous, I know, but it's really hard not to crack up when she does that. Jealous much?

Cori - posted on 07/06/2011

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He cracks me up. This morning he is trying to bargain with me. "Mmm, mom. Cookies?" "No, how about some cereal for breakfast?" "Bout cookies?" "Nope, cereal and yogurt." "Bout cake?" "Nope. We don't have cake. How about cereal and yogurt." "...Okay Mom!"

Kayleigh - posted on 07/06/2011

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cori your little man sounds like such a character, i had to read it out to everyone after i had read it, bless him

Bernadette - posted on 07/06/2011

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yesterday I went shopping for a birthday present for my sister (whom my daughter calls Tettis - her early version of Tessie, that my sister liked so much she decided to keep it even after Ella learnt how to say it properly). Anyway, I told her we were off to find a present for Tettis and said "we might try the mall." Ella, who is 2yrs 3 months, said "no, not them all Mummy. We will just pick ONE present for Tettis"

Cori - posted on 07/05/2011

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My husband was going to go get donuts as treat for breakfast this morning (we are on vacation) and was going to take our just turned 2 year old son with him. My son climbed into his little Cozy Coupe and said, "Ok daddy. Go get donuts. My car." My husband tried to explain, "No buddy, we can't take your car." "No daddy. My keys. My car. 'Mere daddy." "Daddy can't fit in your car and you don't have radio or air conditioning." He had to think about it for a minute and finally said, "Ok daddy. Go daddy car. Bye mom, get donuts!"

Amanda - posted on 07/05/2011

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Accodoring to my son he will "only play with bossy girls" and likes it when they boss him about.

Nova-Dawn - posted on 07/05/2011

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my daughter at about 4 one day looked at me and said "I don't think I'm going to cooperate with you today" she was so calm and said it so clear I was dumbfounded for a good minute before I fell over laughing

Laura - posted on 07/05/2011

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today my 5 year old son came home from school and declared that the only reason he goes to school is to learn to make real life aeroplanes

Heather - posted on 07/05/2011

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yesterday my 4 1/2 yr old ask me something and I had to laugh we went to a baseball game and she ask "Mommy where is my catcher ?I want one of my own."

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