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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 06-21-2008, 02:53 PM
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All your stories were cute as could be and gave me a good laugh!
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Coll, your story reminded me of when my DGD went with me to the ladies room where we both had to go potty. She LOUDLY stated, "Nana, you have hair down there!" But, I have also heard some comical conversations in other stalls such as, "Mommy, you stink." Children are so honest!
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Old 08-20-2008, 07:15 PM
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do the hokey pokey...

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My Granddaughter was sitting on my lap, and looked down a my legs. She said,"Grammy your growing cactus on your legs." Needless to say, I went in and shaved my legs.... LOL
when I haven't been out to the field lately to mow the grass (the hair on my legs), lol, my ds says to me: mom, get rid of the "pokies"
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Old 08-20-2008, 07:32 PM
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Love reading these stories of kids.
they can make you smile, laught and cry and then laughing so hard you can cry. LOL
but wouldn't trade kids for nothing in the world.

Working with kids can be fun too.
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Old 08-21-2008, 04:43 PM
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I hear you Bar-bar. And here is one of my favorite sayings:

Children are a great comfort in your old age...and they help you reach it faster too!!

LOL! Isn't that a kicker??

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"Children are a gift of the Lord."
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Old 08-24-2008, 10:13 AM
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Lita, I hope you've gotten rid of your pokies! LOL----------My dh collects coins. My 7 year old grandson seemed interested and dh started out by explaining what wheat pennies were. The next day he ran in the house yelling to his mom,"I found a HAY penny for Poppy"............Kids are always good for a laugh or two.........
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Old 08-24-2008, 03:14 PM
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When my nephew Richard was about 2 my mom and I were cleaning up after Sunday dinner. She asked me if I wanted a cup of tea. I said yes. A few minutes later Richard asked if he could have a "couple tea".
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Recently while staying with a dear friend and HS Alumni friend in CA, her 14 yo and 5 yo DD were eating a snack when the family dogs came inside with what appeared to be mud caked on their heads. This is how the conversation went between my friend (L-P) and DD (DM)...

DM: "They was outside digging in the dirt."
L-P: "Were."
DM: "Outside in the backyard."



It's okay, let me know when you stop laughing...
it took us 5 minutes
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Looking over this thread has been fun. I had forgotten about this thread..

I know a few wks back my gd who is now 13 wanted me to try her sweater on, thinking I couldn't wear it, but she offer. It backfire on her for I had lost enought weight that I was able to wear it.
I asked her before trying it on, I could stretch it, and her reply was that a certain look, then it hit me that was what she wanted me to do. she was so surprized when I was able to wear it. All she could say was " oh, my goodness, Nana, my sweater fits you" over and over, then the next thing that hit her was " Oh, no Nana, if my sweater can fit you, that either means you lost a lot more weight or I am gaining weight.." then she went thru the phrase "Oh, no, my sweater fit my Nana"....

all I could say was, honey, if you are, that's ok, for you need to gain more weight. LOL.
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