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        04-05-2013, 11:09 PM
      #91
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    Sooo...what were you caught doing? Lol

    My nephew is full of gems. I watch him a couple days a week while my sister works. I've been working on a garden pond in my front yard. He helped me work on it, he was the rock fetcher and dirt digger (of dirt that didn't need dug). He has apparently been watching too many episodes of Gold Rush. He says "Aunt Manny, these look like bedrocks. We should look for gold." Don't think he quite understands the concept, cracked me up.

    I'm hoping someday soon he adds the d into Mandy, but keeps saying his r's as w's, I love it. "Huwwy up so we can go see the howses." is a favorite
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        04-05-2013, 11:56 PM
      #92
    Yearling
    Lol I wasn't caught doing anything!! That's why Idk where she got that.
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        04-06-2013, 06:29 PM
      #93
    Teen Forum Moderator
    I'm not a parent either, but I spend a lot of time watching my little brother. I've been teaching him different bones and muscles and stuff, and about reflexes, pressure points, etc.

    Yesterday he was goofing off with a friend, play fighting. He dodged a karate kick to the knee, made some sort of crowing sound, started flexing and goes 'OOOOOOOH! Look at my ACID REFLEXED!'
         
        04-12-2013, 08:33 PM
      #94
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    There are several of these of youtube. Makes me giggle.

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        04-12-2013, 08:45 PM
      #95
    Trained
    "What little things?"
         
        04-13-2013, 02:10 PM
      #96
    Trained
    Tonight, Master Six asked me if I had a headache. When I said no, he told me that I looked really tired like when I have a sore head... Thanks kid...
         
        04-13-2013, 02:47 PM
      #97
    Foal
    My dad passed away in 2009 and was cremated. His ashes are in a box on the mantle at the house. Last year, my daughter was at home and called me at work and asked if she could clean off the mantle cause she said it was dusty. I said sure, just make sure you don't throw away the box on the mantle. She asked what was in it, so I had to explain the cremation process to her and told her that that is all that was left of her Grandpa J. She took it really well and about 15 minutes ago, she calls me back. She said she had a question for me about the box and Grandpa J. I said "OK, what do you need to know?" She asked "Is his eyes in the box too?" I about was laughing so hard, but managed to tell her that everything was in the box, it had all just been turned to ash. Apparently she must have been up to something one day and wanted to make sure Grandpa J had not seen her!
         
        04-24-2013, 03:18 AM
      #98
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    We have a boarder named Lewis, who works for the city. One day, when DS was 9 or 10, he was walking home from school and saw another city employee who was reading water meters.

    DS: "Hey, you work with Lewis, right?"
    CE: "Yes."
    DS: "Well you tell him Seger said hi?"
    CE: "Sure, I can do that."
    DS: "Well, just tell him Bob said hi."
    CE, chuckling: "Okay. I can handle that."
    DS: "I don't know. You're kind of chubby, and chubby people forget things, so just tell him some kid said hi."
    CE, laughing so hard he can barely speak: "I'll try to remember."
         
        05-02-2013, 11:18 PM
      #99
    Trained
    My three year old DDs have some trouble with compound words at times. Like for example, they can say "cup" and "cake" just fine, but say "pupcake". It's really cute - until we were in the snack aisle at the shops and they wanted some "copporn". Awkward.
         
        06-17-2013, 11:30 AM
      #100
    Foal
    My 10 year old nephew came over on Saturday to hang out with me and DH. His mom (my SIL) came over that evening to pick him up and she asked if she could use my restroom. She and I walked up to the house and decided to hang out inside for a little while (it was sooo hot outside!) I've been going through boxes of old tack and I had an eggbutt snaffle bit laying on the kitchen table. Nephew eventually comes up to the house to see what we are doing and joins us at the kitchen table. Nephew picks up the snaffle bit and says "Why do you and Uncle Bubba have handcuffs?"

    I will never look at a bit the same way again!
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