Funny things kids say!
I have this as my facebook status but in case I don't have you or you didn't see it. It's just too funny not to share.
The funnies of Vincent and Vance:
Vincent: Mommy your so cute I just want to eat you like a meatball!
Vance to me: Your so funny kid!
LOL these boys crack me up. :)
Share the funny things your little ones have said lately here!
Hahaha... I love this topic. Of course, I can't think of anything off the top of my head, but Sean cracks me up on a daily basis. Right now, he's developing a little attitude (uh-oh!). If you're scolding him for something, he'll stop what he's doing and look at you, throw his arms out to the side and say "WHAT" with a lot of emphasis on the T at the end. OMG... He just sounds so defiant when he says it. He has also started yelling "Fine!" all dramatic-like if he isn't getting his way. LOL. I don't know where he gets this stuff, hahahah...
The other day, I was leaving for work and he acted distressed like he didn't want me to go (even though he stays home with daddy)... As I was walking out the door, he hugged me and looked in my eyes and said "Careful" in a very concerned voice. It was my "melt" moment of the day.
He also recently gave me a bite of something (he'll occasionally force me to eat a bite of whatever he has)... So he fed me a bite of something and then very sternly said, "Chew it up" while pointing his finger at me, hahaha.
Zoey's really into big and small since Milo was born (I think because I emphasize that she's big and he's little). She needs to point out everything that's big and small in life. She'll routinely tell me that she's small and I'm big, or that my lunch is big and hers is small, or that my feet are big and hers are small, and so forth. This morning I asked her how I looked before we went out for the day, and she informed me that my butt was big. :eek:
At the post office this past week, the man at the counter was making conversation with her and asking her what's new (we see him frequently because I'm always mailing hats). She got very serious and leaned toward him and quietly informed him, "Daddy poops."
April, A does that all the time, too! Pooh Bear is little, like A. Mama and Abba are big, like the car. And, apparently, my tummy is really big. :lol:
I posted this one on facebook, but I think it bears repeating: Today at church, during the Lord's Supper, A was reading through a board book about Jesus. She got to the page where he's on the cross, and she said (loudly), "He's naked! Jesus is naked!" I about died! :oops: :ROFL:
Also, tonight when she was saying her prayers, she said, "Dear God, please help Mama be good and obey A. Amen."
And she's started getting all bossy with DH, too. "No, Abba. Don't say 'I love you' to A" or "No, Abba. Don't say 'Yeah boy' to A." And she gets all upset when she sees us kissing. She says, "No!" very emphatically and tries to push us apart. I guess she wants to be an only child. :-D
I love reading what other babies are saying. Sofia doesnt take much still but when we go outside and it is sunny she covers her head and says "my hair, my hair."
I was playing with the girls and was pretending to be sad when Katie turned around with a stern little face, pointed a finger at me and said "Don't pout, Mommy. No pouting."
Miriam discovered jokes a couple months ago, and Katie has been trying to imitate her, but the best she's come up with so far was, "Why did the tree fall down? Because...it had to!"
We love going to a local Middle Eastern restaurant, and they have beautiful murals on the walls, one of which is two men in the desert kneeling on their prayer rugs. When we sat next to it one day Kat looked up and very loudly shouted, "It's Jesus!" When we said that it wasn't she looked back up and said, "Oh, it's Santa."
Lol - yes. I'm not sure where Cam gets his attitude, either. Whenever I'm doing something he doesn't want me to do, he looks at me in his most condescending grown up way and sighs "No, no, mommy." (Guess he's heard that one too often!)
Originally Posted by marymoonu
Cams also very into sizes and genders. Lately whenever there is a big or small of something he'll call the big one a 'daddy' or 'mommy' and the little one will be a baby. We've seen lots of pairs: daddy and baby cars, and in his books he always points out which ones are the parents and the babies.
Also he's gotten big into gender. Any female looking characters he sees in books or on tv are mommies and all the males are daddies. It amazes me that he can guess them correctly 95% of the time. (Even if it's just a daddy bird and baby bird, or a mommy kangaroo and her baby - he picks up on such subtle cues of illustration and voice...I never would have thought he could.)
Cam's big thing lately is he likes to put us to bed. DH will lie down in Cam's bed and Cam will cover him up and say "Ni daddy!" and then hand him a book, sometimes pretend to read, get halfway out the door and then run back in "Daddy, tiss!" (kiss) Then get halfway out the door again and then push his lovey blue blanket towards DH's mouth "Daddy, chew blue!" and so on. It's so cute!
My favorite thing he's said lately (probably because it was so neat to see how he thinks since he still isn't nearly as verbal as most kids his age are) was on the drive down to MIL's through the country. We saw horses and we pointed them out and he yelled "Neigh!! Neigh eat grass!" I confirmed that they were indeed eating grass, and out of nowhere he continued "Tow eat grass! Tow night bahn!" (Cows eat grass and go "night" in a barn.) I love that he's picking stuff up and able to apply it. It makes me go :eek: My baby is big!
He can't pronounce Riley's name so he calls her "eye-ee" but most of the time he just calls her "baby." Is it sad that every time I hear this I think "ohhh so that's how the girl in Dirty Dancing must have gotten her nickname" lol.
Randomly he walk up to her and sniff, and then tell me "Baby nink (stinks). Baby poop! Change!"
Another one I find hilarious is if we are both eating a cookie and he's eaten more of his and I still have almost a whole cookie left he shouts out "Switch!" and takes my cookie and give me the bite he had left.
Okay I'll stop there, but it's so fun that he's finally starting to really put words together.
I LOVE reading posts like this.
I had to add one for my DD, hope you don't mind!
Last night she asked me for some chocolate and I told her no as it was almost time for bed. So, she began to ask her Dad (thinking he'd say yes) and so I butted in and said 'Leia, Mummy said no'. She then turns around and sort of shouts 'I wasn't talking at you anyway!'
I had to stop myself from laughing my head off haha.
We had been on vacation since Friday afternoon (the 15th), and today was the first day I had to wake Miles up go to daycare, and I had to go to work....I walk in say "Miles, its time to wake up, I will be back in a minute to get you out of bed" I walk into my room and I heard him get out of bed, he runs to the door and says "Nooooo I sleepin!" then slams the door and goes back to lay in his bed! Umm wow, little attitude!
Yesterday we were going to the county fair and I had put his shirt over his head...well it flattened out his hair and kinda got hair in his eyes (he has a head of puffy curls). He said "Ugh mama, my need a hair cut!" lol yes he does need a trim, but I didn't expect him to say it!
These are too funny!
Victoria has become my little parrot. Whenever I'm asking the boys to do something, she'll repeat it in her firmest tone of voice. It's so cute to hear her little voice trying to boss her brothers around. She can't say their names properly yet, but she says "Jon-tan" for Jonathan and "Nik-eh" for Nicholas. Most of the time though, she just tries to get both of their attention by shouting "Guys!"
She also hasn't yet mastered the 's' sound, and when she says the word sock she replaces the s with a k sound, so you can imagine what it sounds like. The other day when she was helping me sort laundry, she kept saying "Here Daddy's kock, brother's kock..." She also drops the 'l' in the word clock...
There are a couple of words that are so cute when she says them, part of me hopes she never pronounces them properly. For upside down, she says "uppy down" and apple juice is "appy juu" :)