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        11-12-2013, 02:40 PM
      #111
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    Parents were asked if they wanted their children, 6-8 years old, to watch a film about 'where babies come from'
    Some parents thought it was to soon but, if they stopped their children watching it with the others then that could make it seem they were being left out.

    My friends granddaughter watched the film and on return from school was asked how the day went. She replied that they had seen a film a
    L about where babies come from.
    "Oh," said the mother, "Where do babies come from?"
    "All babies come from China. Can I have the telly on?"

    It was several days later that the penny dropped with the mother that to a small child China and vagina obviously sound the same!

    So, forget the stork and gooseberry bush, just look for the country of origin.
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        11-13-2013, 10:36 PM
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    My little (well not so much anymore He's 7! Gosh)brother is such a dork, but I love him.

    My dad, my sister, my brother, and I went to Disney this past August. While we were on the plane my dad gave Aiden his phone to occupy himself for a while. Well, we had no clue he was making videos (except the obvious one where you see us waving at the camera.) and my dad actually just came across them a week or so ago. They're pretty cute/funny.

    Here's the first one. Excuse my sister and I looking a little out of it haha. We were up until 5am that morning and literally go 2 hours of sleep before leaving for the airport so we were EXHAUSTED!


    He was extremely excited to go to Disney haha. And apparently his sisters are pretty awkward (Thanks dude!)


    And this one is my favorite. I don't know what the whole "pretty much" thing is going on but he's been saying it a lot haha. I also love how he says my sister and I are pretty and that face after he says it is HILARIOUS (at least to me haha) He's just so animated!


    I love having him for a little brother. Never a dull moment with him =P If I can find it I have a video of his reaction to going on the Tower of Terror in Hollywood Studios. He LOVED it and his face during the big drop was priceless. =P
         
        11-13-2013, 11:26 PM
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    I'm dying here. Hahah. I don't have kids, but I love hearing about the funny things they say and do.

    How in the world did the 2 kids steal the penguin?! That's awesome.
         
        03-22-2014, 02:31 AM
      #114
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    Our children were born 2 years apart. Our son was our first arrival and fortunately was potty broke before our daughter arrived. However, as our daughter began to grow and follow her brother as they all do, things were always a comical situation as the daughter tried to mimmick big brother.
    My fondest memory was when we were potty breaking Abby. She was around 2 years of age, and big brother was around 4.
    I peeked into the bathroom one day to see what the little tykes were up to, and couldnt believe my eyes. Big brother had his pants down to his knees, and was urinating in the big boy potty as he was taught to do. And what was little Abby doing, you may ask?

    She was standing there beside him, her training pants also at her knees, and had actually turned her belly button wrong side out and pointing it at the toilet!!

    I had to turn away at that point..I was laughing so hard I couldn't breathe.
         
        03-23-2014, 10:57 AM
      #115
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    I have a lovely picture on the wall of my nephew aged about 4 with his friend, peeing into a water trough, pants around their ankles with friends little sister looking on obviously envious she couldn't do the same.
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        04-05-2014, 07:00 AM
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    There was a good one on the radio.

    A family were having an extension to their house and the daughter was always wanting to help the builders. They found little jobs for her to do and at the end of the week they gave her an envelop with a few coins in it as her wages.
    Proudly telling the local shopkeeper that she had earned the money working for the builders, the shopkeeper asked her, "Are you working for them next week?"
    "Not sure, depends if the ****ing bricks arrive or not!"
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        04-05-2014, 10:10 AM
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    Lol! These stories are all so cute! My daughter is 2 now, and this happenend when she was about 20 months or so. (she is quite a good talker).

    My husband had just showered and was standing in our room deciding what to wear. My daughter sneaked past me and must have been watching him without him noticing her. When he turned and let down the towel she grabbed "it" and said "Daddy tail".

    I was in the room next to ours and almost died laughing at his reaction!
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        04-05-2014, 12:43 PM
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    Fox hunter that builder story had me on the FLOOR! Ha ha ha ha ha!!!!
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        04-06-2014, 05:45 AM
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    I was at the agri store buying bedding and feed for the horses yesterday. Outside there have different types of feeding equipment for cows on display including buckets with teats sticking out for young calves.

    DS (who is 2 1/2) was playing with one while I was waiting and water was squirty out everywhere. Suddenly he shouts out " Look, the Willy is weeing!!" For everybody in the shop to hear....
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        04-06-2014, 04:06 PM
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    I was running a busy riding school/livery yard many moons ago. I often had as many as twenty + children staying there all day.

    I don't believe in hiding things from children but being matter of fact about it all. If a horse had to be put down then I was honest about it.

    When we had a couple of mare to foal I explained to the children what would happen and how the foal should be born. One mare foaled at around 7a.m. On the Saturday morning so when the children arrived I showed them the placenta.

    My cousin (8) went home excited at the new arrival and told her mother how the foal had been born and she saw the bag it had been wrapped in. This bag had been filled with fluid so if the mare got knocked the foal would just slosh around and not be hurt.
    She told her parents that the umbilical cord was where the mare fed the foal as it was growing in her womb, just as she had been fed through her belly button.
    Her mother then asked who the daddy was.
    "Don't be silly up Mummy, horses only have mummies, not daddies!"
    I got a call from her mother asking if I could just take it back a step and explain about the 'daddies!'

    I had many a laugh over those kids and the fooling thread. One little girl (5) asked if it was true that lace's baby was growing in her tummy.
    I said it was.
    She thought about this for some time and then asked, "how does it come out?"
    "Through her bottom."
    More silence and then as we were returning home she asked, "Like a great big poo?"
    As my mother said having a baby was like being exceedingly constipated, I agreed.

    Her mother was non to pleased when her daughter announced that when Lace has her baby it is going to be like having a great big poo.

    When talking to the children I always told them that they had grown in their mothers womb and all mammals were born the same way. They asked questions but took it all as matter of fact.

    So many more..............
         

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