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        04-07-2014, 02:19 PM
      #121
    Foal
    There's a ten year age gap between me and my sister, so I got to watch her grow up through all her funny child moments.

    One year the family went on a short holiday just before Christmas, to a game park a few hours away. The drive went on quite late, and my sister fell asleep. We woke her up when we reached the town we were staying in so she could see the Christmas lights and decorations.

    She looked around, blinked, and said in a very surprised voice, "Oh, is it Christmas time here, too?"

    We couldn't stop laughing!
         
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        04-08-2014, 01:51 AM
      #122
    Foal
    There are sure lots of funny kids in this thread....I love them all.

    When my triplet girls were in kindergarten. I remember my one daughter came home and said to us d " We're going to have s.e.x.'
    My husband and I looked at her quite funny (the word was never used in our house) so...I asked "What did you say?"

    She looked at me abit annoyed "We're going to have s.e.x"
    I was really gettting perplexed so I asked again " What are you going to have?"
    "SNACKS!!! MOM!!! WE'RE HAVING SNACKS!!!"

    Husband and I still chuckle about it to this day.
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        02-23-2015, 03:39 AM
      #123
    Super Moderator
    A friends son, having a roast dinner, his favourite, was best part through his meal when he suddenly looked very sad.

    When asked why he was sad he replied, "I was saving my best bits until last and now I am to full to eat them!"
         
        02-25-2015, 08:48 PM
      #124
    Showing
    When the youngest bro was 3, he frequently made references to ho ho. This went on for months, driving us crazy trying to figure out what ho ho meant. Finally, one day my older sis had him on her lap and was perusing a Life magazine. One the last page was a pic of Santa with a bottle of coke. "There's ho ho" declared my bro, pointing at Santa. Of course, Santa says "Ho Ho"
         
        02-26-2015, 10:15 AM
      #125
    Green Broke
    When my middle daughter was around 4or5 she asked my cousin at a family gathering "What is an Orgasim" needless to say he was at a loss for words an after an embarrassing red face and much laughing He finally said, "Go ask your mother."

    He is a big X marine.
         
        02-26-2015, 10:28 AM
      #126
    Weanling
    My daughter , aged 3, in the back seat when I got pulled over for speeding. As the officer was walking up to our car, she shakily asked 'are we going to jail'?...ahhh, too much tv ... ?

    Grandson, aged ?3, in a cranky mood said 'my Mommy says me needs to be a big boy, but me don't want to be a big boy, me wants to stay the way me am'. Where'd he get that kind of grammar..>????

    Same Grandson-playing with a fake walky-talky ,age 5, "MayDate, MayDate, are you there? '
    And about the same age-was a big fan of The Justice League cartoons, but corrected me on the pronounciation "no Nanna, it's JusDis Lead."

    Son, aged 3, was instructed to tell his big sister to give him back his candy that Mom was serious and "I mean it". What he said was 'Mommy said give me back my candy. I'm mean and I'm serious!". He got the candy back.

    Fay
         
        02-27-2015, 06:31 PM
      #127
    Showing
    We had a huge oversized St. Bernard. My son, barely 4, put on his cowboy had and decided to ride his "horse" to fix some cattle. He lined him up with the stereo which was in a cabinet. Using his bare toes he used a bit of trim to mount his "horse". The dog promptly sat and my little cowboy slid off. This went on a few more times, testing the patience of both when the dog decided to drop his head and the cowboy tumbled off. Off came the hat and my son whapped the dog on the head with it "You stupid horse, no grass for you". I could see this from the kitchen and almost exploded trying to contain the laughter.
         
        04-30-2015, 11:17 AM
      #128
    Foal
    Quote:
    Originally Posted by Saddlebag    
    We had a huge oversized St. Bernard. My son, barely 4, put on his cowboy had and decided to ride his "horse" to fix some cattle. He lined him up with the stereo which was in a cabinet. Using his bare toes he used a bit of trim to mount his "horse". The dog promptly sat and my little cowboy slid off. This went on a few more times, testing the patience of both when the dog decided to drop his head and the cowboy tumbled off. Off came the hat and my son whapped the dog on the head with it "You stupid horse, no grass for you". I could see this from the kitchen and almost exploded trying to contain the laughter.

    That's HILARIOUS!! Kids are adorable :)
         
        05-01-2015, 03:20 PM
      #129
    Super Moderator
    I was busy lambing, good weather so most of the ewes were out. My nephew about four at the time, and his big sister nine.

    A ewe had limbed two big strong lambs and I wanted to catch them to mark and ring them. Ewes can be artful and she was watching me warily. I was on the ATV and usually throwing a few pellets out would engage the ewe so I could grab the lambs. Not this one! She just took off down the hill, my niece jumped off the ATV and grabbed one lamb whilst nephew ran after the other, following its mother.
    Somehow he managed to grab the lamb and was so proud of himself. He had the lambwith it's back against his front and grasping it around the middle.
    "I've got it Aunty, I've got it!"
    The ewe had stopped and whilst nephew was looking up to where I was the ewe charged him hitting him at the top of his legs. Nephew did a wonderful backward roll over the ewe's back, landing on his feet before performing another roll.
    He was soon on his feet - still holding the lamb. When the ewe took a second charge at him he swung a got at her and jumped out the way.

    He was jolly useful to have around at lambing time, more agile than me. Now as a young man in his twenties he has become a very good Rugby player, I am sure tackling the sheep helped.
         
        05-01-2015, 04:45 PM
      #130
    Started
    I'm not a parent but my siblings and I have said some funny things when we were young. XD

    My brother, one year younger, asked my dad where the sun goes when it goes down. My dad started to explain that it went to the other side of the world. My brother says, "No. I think it goes down to the devil, tells him a few things, and comes back up as the moon."

    I asked where Alaska was and my mom said it's waayyy up North. Then I said "Oh, it must be out of our world!"

    My youngest brother and my sister wanted to go nextdoor to my uncle's (he works from home). My mom said no because he was working. My sister says, "He's not working. He's playing on the computer!"

    I was talking to my cousin on speakerphone and my sister was talking to her too. She asked where my cousin's mom was. "At work", my cousin said. My sister said, "Mom's don't go to work." (Because ours stays at home)

    Then my sister, one day, said she was going to poke my mom in the arm because her leg hurt. Probably remembering my aunt doing acupuncture to my dad one time. Lol

    My mom was trying to explain subtraction with borrowing to my youngest brother. And she tried to explain it easier by saying if he had 2 pieces of candy and 8 people wanted some, what do you do? My sister said "Take some of their candy!"

    I don't know if my brother or sister said this, but my dad was talking to me about getting rid of a cow. So one of them says we shouldn't talk about that around them because they have ears and can hear us. My dad says they don't know what we're saying. Brother/sister says "Oh, because they moo & we talk? We would have to moo & then they would understand us?"

    Then one day my mom was talking to my sister and went off on some subject and my mom ended up telling her that she shouldn't laugh at anyone unless they're laughing. So apparently my youngest brother had done something to her and started laughing, so she laughed too!
         



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