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post #11 of 73 Old 04-06-2010, 11:41 AM
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LOL love the boat one! smart kid!

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post #12 of 73 Old 04-06-2010, 11:58 AM
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ROFL! That is one smart kid! I love lil kiddies. My niece hasn't started talking yet, but she's walk. She likes to try to run & face plant, & then get up giggling. She's fantastic.
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Another one that happened the other day was me, my 4 younger sisters, and my dad and stepmom--we went to DQ for ice cream. After we got our order in the drive through window, my 9yr old sister says "UGH they gave me vanilla and i asked for chocolate ice cream!" my 3yr old sister says "no chocolate ice cream?" and one of the soon-2-b-2 twins meant to say chocolate ice cream but it came out "chocolate @ss cream??" it was hilarious and knowing she was being funny she repeated it a million times. She said it a million more times the next day (yesterday) and I got a video haha:

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post #14 of 73 Old 04-06-2010, 06:33 PM
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I got done working my horse and went to my cousin's house to talk to her and her 2 y-o daughter was in the room with us. I said that my horse was full of p*$$ and vinegar that day and me and my cousin totally forgot about it until her husband asked their daughter what horses ate and she said, "Maggie says they eat p*$$ and vinegar." I couldn't stop blushing!!!!!!!! We still laugh about this

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post #15 of 73 Old 04-06-2010, 11:26 PM
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Wow. Kids can be priceless sometimes. I love PlainsDrifters experiences!
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post #16 of 73 Old 04-08-2010, 01:32 AM
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lol. This is HILARIOUS! lol :)
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post #17 of 73 Old 04-08-2010, 10:54 AM
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The same child that said those things to me at 5, does and says things like this today:

I hear her and my fiance coming inside after he picked her up from school. I can hear them arguing and then I hear him say, "dumbass". So when they get inside, I was like.."what the heck is going on".

The story unfolds that she was suppose to do a paper on George Washington and she was talking about using the computer to look him up. My fiance had said, "why don't you do it the old fashioned way and use an encyclopedia." She had turned to him and said in that exasperated 17 yr old way, "George Washington isn't in the ENCYCLOPEDIA!!."

So much for school's motto of No child left behind, rofl!

Ps..we're now taking donations to turn her into a blonde. :)

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post #18 of 73 Old 04-08-2010, 10:59 AM
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A few more for your enjoyment!

Disposable Thumbs
Driving in the car today, Sanford and I were picking on Jessica. We told her we needed to get her one of the those shock collars so that she'd do her chores and behave. She told us that she had disposable thumbs so she could just take the collar off and not wear it.

A Farmer She Is Not
Jessica has been harrassing us to get her a bottle fed calf. We finally told her that if she could answer this ONE question, we'd think about getting her a calf. This is the question we asked her- If a steer had a calf and didn't feed it, why didn't it feed it? Jessica's initial response- "Because it didn't want to." We wait patiently for a week for her to give us an answer, but she never does and we think she's dropped the idea until she brings it up again. So we ask her if she's figured out the answer to the question. She says, "Noooo." So we tell her she can phone a friend to help. She calls her cousin Courtney. You can hear her on the phone. I tell her to make sure she repeats the question exactly as we asked it. She asks her cousin, "so...if a steer has a calf why doesn't it feed it?" And then there is dead silence for about 30 seconds and then you hear Jessica errupt from the back seat, "I HATE you guys!!!!" LOL! I bet she'll never forget that a steer is a neutered bull.

Julia Child She Is Not
Jessica decided one day to make dinner. The one meal that she can make besides Ramen is Taco Salad. Sanford came in to find that she was stabbing some meat that she'd taken out of the microwave. When asked what she was doing, she tells him she was trying to crumble the hamburger. Sanford hated to inform her that she was stabbing a roast instead of a pkg of hamburger. He had to pull out a pkg of hamburger for her and put the half thawed roast in the slow cooker for dinner the next day.

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post #19 of 73 Old 04-09-2010, 05:27 PM
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i TA'd at a first grade class, and they had ome........interesting sentences. i took some pics, so I will put them up later, but here are some sentences the wrote! :
I liked old people.
I follow my dog.
I like my mom. (to which the teacher wrote back "I'm sure she likes you,too!")
He is tall.
And my personal favorite:
I like to drink.

I will never know what goes through their heads when they write those O.o
lol :)
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post #20 of 73 Old 05-18-2010, 09:54 PM
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We did a program at our school this year. Each kindergardener "adopted" two seniors. We did various things throughout the year and frequently made cards for one another. My most recent card had one sentence on it. "I play my cat" I still cant figure out how to play a cat. :P

And my then 2 year old nephew one time wanted to come in the bathroom with me. When I told him no, he then went on to ask me if I had a peepee like daddy's. :/

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