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Funny Things Kids Say Kids say the funniest things! Whether it's improper pronounciations or hilarious mishaps, they crack us up! What did your child say today?

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Old 10-26-2009, 05:57 PM
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A diary for what the the kids said

In raising a family there are so many precious words spoken by kids that are mostly forgotten. I would advise anyone starting out to keep a diary to record it all for later years.
But some will always be remembered anhway.

When our daughter was 3 years old and watching me wash the car on a cool fall day. She never stopped talking all the while and asked dozens of questions, one right after the other. It slowed up the wash job very pleasantly and painted a permanent picture in my mind.

Our 3 year old son was interested in medicine at the time and once crossed from the back yard with a beet root strung over the back of his neck; "Me the doctor!" Another time he referred to a bulrush as a wiener flower.

For our granddaughter's 3rd birthday I made up a T-shirt with a fabricated photo of Grandma, Grampa, Barney and pals. She later asked her Mom: "The next time Barney goes to Gramma's can I go to?"

Then there's our bossier grandson at 3. Attempting to get him to do it my way, I told him I was the boss here. He said he was the boss. I said that he was the small boss and I was the big boss. So he stood on his toes, stretched and very seriously said: "I'm the biggest boss!"
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Old 10-26-2009, 06:23 PM
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That's a great tip, Kenny! I've posted some funny things that my kids have said and recently they've said some more funny stuff. I think that I will pick up a journal just to jot these things down in.

How fun it will be to look back over what they've said!!
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Old 10-26-2009, 06:43 PM
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So funny when you hear kids interpretations of things we say.

As we were driving along in my car ds2 said my car went faster than dads as I had a registration sticker that said 10 (octocber) and dads said 9 (sept) therefore 10 is faster than 9 ..... good thinking if you ask me.

It's hard to not laugh when they are being so serious.
A diary would be a great idea esp if you scrapbooked and needed quotes
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