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Out of the Mouths of Babes

Doh! Did I just say that!?

No family blog would be complete without a post such as this one.

Our children have intelligent minds, but when they're little, their minds only know the context of the simplest things sometimes, and as they watch and listen to grownups its funny to hear what they see and think.

Here are 3 statements I’d like to share with you I can remember my children saying which made me L.O.L.:

When my middle child was about 3 ½ years old we were returning from a long day of errands etc., and I said, ‘Oh, boy…Mommy’s pooped’.

Her Response: ‘Oh mommy, you should’ve gone before we left.’

My  6 year old son, just recently at the Lake Metropark Farmpark, while viewing the baby pigs suckle milk from their mother said: ‘Ew that’s gross!’ 

My response: ‘Well that’s how the mommy feeds her babies; Honey, you used to do that too. 

My sons’ reply: ‘Ew! I didn’t know THAT!!!! …Was I a pig then too

(Maybe I should have clarified.)

When my teen daughter was about 4 ½ years old we were at a company picnic. She saw her daddy come down a set of stairs and said out loud next to a bunch of strangers sitting next to us:

‘Oh, isn’t he handsome!?!’

As you and I both know - we can’t make this stuff up….

So feel free to share the funniest thing you’ve ever heard your child say.

Happy Friday!


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