Kids really DO say the darndest things!

  1. here are a few gems my just turned 4 yr old has said JUST THIS WEEKEND ALONE! :imbar
    "mommy it's snowing outside now!" (i say no it's not) "Yes it is because there is snow on that mans jacket." - translation the man had dandruff and it looked like white snowflakes on his navy blue coat.

    in fred meyers grocery store this afternoon to a lady in the bread section. "you shouldn't eat that white bread because it will make your stomach fat." (the lady was probably 300 lbs. :uhoh21: needless to say i got a nasty look)

    yesterday at the hospital visitng FIL- "papa why do you have an owie on your face?" (FIL has a large strawberry birthmark across one side of his face and neck)

    "mommy what are those big brown things on that mans ears?" (hearing aids of course, and she says it loudly!)

    then she wouldn't speak to a lady at our religious meeting today because the lady was wearing a lot of makeup (REALLY A LOT) and olivia is scared of clowns so she just cried and i told the the lady she was tired. :imbar

    I swear my child has no inner monologue! She is sweet but as blunt as the come!
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  3. by   Hellllllo Nurse
    Thanks for the chuckle!

    I don't have any kids, but I've heard my nephews blurt out some real zingers.
  4. by   dazzle256
    Quote from smkoepke
    here are a few gems my just turned 4 yr old has said JUST THIS WEEKEND ALONE! :imbar
    "mommy it's snowing outside now!" (i say no it's not) "Yes it is because there is snow on that mans jacket." - translation the man had dandruff and it looked like white snowflakes on his navy blue coat.

    in fred meyers grocery store this afternoon to a lady in the bread section. "you shouldn't eat that white bread because it will make your stomach fat." (the lady was probably 300 lbs. :uhoh21: needless to say i got a nasty look)

    yesterday at the hospital visitng FIL- "papa why do you have an owie on your face?" (FIL has a large strawberry birthmark across one side of his face and neck)

    "mommy what are those big brown things on that mans ears?" (hearing aids of course, and she says it loudly!)

    then she wouldn't speak to a lady at our religious meeting today because the lady was wearing a lot of makeup (REALLY A LOT) and olivia is scared of clowns so she just cried and i told the the lady she was tired. :imbar

    I swear my child has no inner monologue! She is sweet but as blunt as the come!
    My mother has been going to weight watchers for a year now. She lost about 30 pounds but gained some of it back. She also used to get up every morning to go for a swim for exersize.

    My 7 year old nephew looked at her and said "Grandma I think its time for you to go back to swimming" LOL

    I know not quite as cute as what your little daughter was saying but I got a chuckle. Your right they do say the damndest things. And what are you to do? You don't want to stiffle the little darlings and be afraid to say anything. Just too darn cute. You'll remember those for the rest of your life. You should start a journal... she's 4....its just begun LOL
  5. by   General E. Speaking, RN
    When my daughter was about 2 yrs old, I was running around the bedroom looking for underwear. She told me, "Mommy, that's the nakedest hinney I ever saw."
  6. by   VivaLasViejas
    We stopped sleeping in the nude waaaay back when our 22-year-old, Amanda, was three and caught her dad sneaking out to the kitchen for a midnight snack. The next day she announced to my mother, "I saw Daddy wearin' his butt last night!!" :imbar

    This is the same child who walked in on us---uh, well, sort of in the middle of something, then answered the phone with: "Daddy and Mommy are doing their exercises right now." :imbar :imbar
  7. by   Roy Fokker
    Quote from mjlrn97
    This is the same child who walked in on us---uh, well, sort of in the middle of something, then answered the phone with: "Daddy and Mommy are doing their exercises right now." :imbar :imbar
    Ouch!

    One of my nieces tends to shout at the LOUDEST voice "Flag! Flag" ... wouldn't be so bad but she has this habit of NOT saying the "L" bit.... :chuckle
  8. by   smk1
    Quote from mjlrn97
    We stopped sleeping in the nude waaaay back when our 22-year-old, Amanda, was three and caught her dad sneaking out to the kitchen for a midnight snack. The next day she announced to my mother, "I saw Daddy wearin' his butt last night!!" :imbar

    This is the same child who walked in on us---uh, well, sort of in the middle of something, then answered the phone with: "Daddy and Mommy are doing their exercises right now." :imbar :imbar
    here is one from when my 4 yr old was just a year old, i was changing in front of her and she poked the large roll of fat around my stomach and said "boobie?" :imbar :uhoh21: needless to say a gym membership was bought almost immediately after that!
  9. by   maire
    OMG you guys are killing me with laughter here LOL

    I have one to share...when my now 9-yr old was maybe 4? I think? I had just eaten some veal that my neighbor had cooked, and went to give my little girl a hug. She hugs me then she says, in all seriousness, "Mommy, I think you should brush your tongue when you brush your teeth." (something I've said to her a hundred times) She was trying to be polite and tell me my breath stank. LOL
  10. by   dolphinRN
    My 14 year old was not quite 3 when he saw his 4 year old cousin using the toilet. He decided to try for his first time. He stood there holding his penis for a little while, but couldn't go. He just looked up at me and said, "Mama, it's broke."

    My 12 year old daughter still remembers this from when she was 3. We were going along in my car when some idiot cut me off. I of course used a few choice words, then apologized to my children for it. Krissy just said, "That's okay, mama. You're an adult. You can say that."
  11. by   Love4Me
    When my son first started kindergardent he had to learn the pledge of allegiance. When he came hom he recited it to me:

    I pledge allegiance
    To the flag of the United States of America
    And to the Republic
    For which it stands
    One nation
    Under God
    Indivisible
    With liberty
    And justice
    For FROGS

  12. by   pickledpepperRN
    When my son was 4 he sang the last stanza of "God Bless America,

    "Stand beside her
    And guide her
    Through the night
    With a light
    From a BULB"
  13. by   student_girl
    Some years ago, my cousin, who was then about 4 year-old, happened to know that her neighbor died. Couple of days later, she's in her mom's car, and they're passing by a cemetery. My cousin looks at her mom and says: "Is this where they PLANTED mrs whatever ?" We laughed at this one for weeks!
  14. by   prmenrs
    My son called my calculator a "candle-ator". Then he learned the "Bledge of Belegious".

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