Kids Say The Darndest Things!

  1. Saterday night in a crowded restroom with my son (3 1/2) at the movies:

    Justin: "Eeeeeew you have hair on your gina!"
    Me: "Shhhhhhhhh"
    Justin: "and you have a big fat tushy"
    Me: "ok, shhhh, be quiet already"
    Justin: "but mommy,you do"
    Me: Ok! Enough already!


    NEXT

    Hanging out at home with my husband our friend and her very tall, dark & handsome husband.

    Justin staring at him.....

    Justin: "You are black like my spiderman sneakers!"
    Everyone laughing...
    Me: "Yes, he has dark skin"
    Justin " WOW that's cool-
    Justin: staring........... ogling
    Me: Stop staring at him
    Justin: COOL! He smells yummy too!
    Me: "yep he sure does!"

    I could go on I am sure- But I thought the above were noteworthy.

    Looking forward to hearing your stories.

    Fondly,
    Julie
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  2. 8 Comments

  3. by   BadBird
    When my son was 6 years old and we were at the dentist he farted really loudly in the dental chair and looked at me and said "Mom, why did you do that?" I was so embarassed!!!!
  4. by   AnaH
    My precious little girl (31/2), was standing w/ us during church service this past Sunday while the Pastor led the congregation in prayer, you could'nt hear anybody except the pastor, when all of the sudden I hear my daugther say, Mommy, mommy I farted, and it smells ..... people around us were laughing I was SO embarrassed, but I guess Kids will be Kids.

    Ana
  5. by   MollyMo
    In a crowded restaurant, my niece Ashley took the cherry from her ice cream sundae and offered it to me in a very loud voice "Renay, do you want my cherry?" I said, "No, baby, I want you to keep it as long as you can." :imbar
  6. by   OBNURSEHEATHER
    Well, at least you ladies don't have husbands that encourage this type of behavior, and even whisper lovely things into your kids ear!

    I don't even grocery shop with them anymore, they've proven themselves unfit for public appearance there. For example, when we walk through the seafood section, hubby tells son to say things like "something smells like mommy!"

    But my favorite is when he just exclaims, very loudly, "oh brother, mom's been drinking again!"

    So in my case, it's Husband Teaches My Kid To Say The Darndest Things.....

    Heather
  7. by   Lausana
    Originally posted by OBNURSEHEATHER
    I don't even grocery shop with them anymore, they've proven themselves unfit for public appearance there. For example, when we walk through the seafood section, hubby tells son to say things like "something smells like mommy!"
    with laughter that is.
  8. by   deespoohbear
    Heather,
    My hubby does that kind of nonsense too with my sons. All three sons. So, I really have 4 kids to contend with. My husband taught my 3 boys and my niece to do this at the table. Hubby will burp loudly, and then say "good one." Or he will toot, and say "Mommy!!!" Took me and my SIL months to get the kids broke of the "good one" routine. The year we drove to Gettysburg from our home in Indiana there were burping and tooting contests all the way through Ohio and down the PA turnpike. The boys (all 4 of them thought it was great fun). Oh, the joys of being the Queen Bee in a house full of boys/men.
  9. by   MollyMo
    Originally posted by deespoohbear
    Heather,
    My hubby does that kind of nonsense too with my sons. All three sons. So, I really have 4 kids to contend with. My husband taught my 3 boys and my niece to do this at the table. Hubby will burp loudly, and then say "good one." Or he will toot, and say "Mommy!!!" Took me and my SIL months to get the kids broke of the "good one" routine. The year we drove to Gettysburg from our home in Indiana there were burping and tooting contests all the way through Ohio and down the PA turnpike. The boys (all 4 of them thought it was great fun). Oh, the joys of being the Queen Bee in a house full of boys/men.

    I think the toot contest is bad enough for boys. But my 2 nieces went at it one day. Thought it was hysterical. I've never seen them laugh so hard. My sister is horrible about it. She has no problem hiking a leg and letting fly. I don't get it.
  10. by   stressedlpn
    the other night my sweetie and i were in the kitchen and he gave me a kiss well about that time my 7 yr old dghter walked in and said "Daddy, are you getting you mojo on with Mommy" it would not be so bad if we didnt have company over. Can you tell that she had watched Austin Powers

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