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post #81 of 130 Old 03-16-2013, 04:25 PM
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I was watching my little cousin (she'll be 4 this July) the other day and she said yellow and it was just adorable! Since it was so adorable I had her repeat it a few times while we were playing Barbies haha.

Side note: We were saying her eyeshadow was yellow not her actual eyes

So here's miss Lexi saying yellow! I love when they're going through the stage where they make normal words sound cute!
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post #82 of 130 Old 03-16-2013, 08:01 PM
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My mom wanted me to share this on this thread. I'm not a parent quite yet, haha. But my mom once was cuddling up with my brother when he was a baby. She said to him, "Good thing you're little!" And he goes, "Good thing you're big!" It cracks my mom up so much!
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post #83 of 130 Old 03-29-2013, 06:02 PM
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Oh ladies I almost died a death of embarrassment today...

Bit of background: my almost 6yo daughter is obsessed with kissing at the moment - think the curiosity of it all is getting the better of her. Everything is about kissing.

MIL was minding kids for us, and as hubby only has a two seater car I had to call over after to collect them. Behold they had dinner made for us (yay!) so we ended up stayin for a while.

Sitting there and somehow showers are brought up, and as we lived with them at one stage they know I'm borderline OCD with showers, I have minimum one a day, and have had 3 in a day at times. Somebody made a comment about her Mommy having showers, to which she shouts out "Yes, Mommy and Daddy use the shower for kissing!" in front of all the inlaws.....

Has anybody a rock I can crawl under??? Hubby wasn't there, and I was tryin to explain about her obsession with kissing.... and I just kept getting odd looks. When hubby came in they mentioned what she said and he also responded with tellin them of her obsession - still didn't make it any easier and I was hoping a blackhole would swallow me up!

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post #84 of 130 Old 03-29-2013, 07:38 PM
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I had to haul my 9yr old up to a farm/ranch store in Wyoming because they carry fence parts that no-one around here does. She really didn't want to go so I was making a big deal out of the fact that we were going to WYOMING! A whole different state! Wasn't this going to be great fun to see a new state! in hopes she'd stop whining.

We get there and she's looking around and all of a sudden she says really loudly "Mommy, mommy, mommy.... they speak ENGLISH in Wyoming!!". Half the store busts up laughing. I was like Uh... what did you think they speak? Kid goes "I dunno.. something foreign, after all we're in a whole NEW PLACE!!". Oops guess I made way too big a deal about going to a different state.
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Sitting there and somehow showers are brought up, and as we lived with them at one stage they know I'm borderline OCD with showers, I have minimum one a day, and have had 3 in a day at times. Somebody made a comment about her Mommy having showers, to which she shouts out "Yes, Mommy and Daddy use the shower for kissing!" in front of all the inlaws.....
Kids are awesome.

My youngest nephew (4) got himself in a bit of hot water with my dad the last time he spent the night. Dad took him along to the grocery store. DN doesn't know a stranger, that kid talks to everybody. They are checking out and he turns to the lady behind them in line and says "Lady, you're ugly." My dad was mortified. DN is lucky he's the grandkid, had one of us girls done something like that we wouldn't have been able to sit in the car (at least pain free) when we left the store.
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post #86 of 130 Old 03-29-2013, 08:28 PM
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I'm not a parent (and have no plans of being one!) but I figured I could share anyways.

First story: I was in preschool and the teacher wasn't paying attention. Somehow, me and another girl managed to grab some scissors and hide out under the table. By the time we were finished, I had butchered this girl's hair(it started out never before cut, extrememly long, and slightly curly) so much that she had to get a short bob and the parents were considering suing mine! I walked away with a barely noticable wave at the tips.

Second story: At a family reunion a year ago, my cousin Andy randomly decided to lay down inside of an opening in the nightstand (yes, I took a picture!) At that same reunion, he also took my phone and videotaped conversations with random family members... They mostly went along the line of:
Family member: Hey Andy! *pan camera to face*
Andy: Hmm... *pan camera to floor* then he would stop recording, find a new person, and do it again. (He did get a video of him asking a great uncle with Parkinsons why he shakes - nothing too exciting though)
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post #87 of 130 Old 03-29-2013, 10:16 PM
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DD is almost 2 and I had her helping me get hay from the round bale into a big bucket to take to the horses. I say do you know who the hay is for?

I get a blank look.

I say, its for the horses!

And she says OURS! And starts grabbing handfuls from the bucket and putting it back on the round bale, LOL.
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post #88 of 130 Old 04-05-2013, 01:10 AM
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My neighbor's little boy loves horses and would always run up and hug on my mare Desy. One day he asks "Can you and Desy come up for supper?" and proceeds to yell at his mom "Can Desy come up for supper?". Yes he was inviting my horse to join them for supper.

I always wonder what happened to him after we moved. I have a feeling he was going to be asking for riding lessons for every birthday. Every time I rode down his street he would run over and pet Desy. She adored him as well and would always give him the sweetest expression. She is a total softie when it comes to children.
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post #89 of 130 Old 04-05-2013, 07:43 PM
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What a precious story! :)
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post #90 of 130 Old 04-05-2013, 08:39 PM
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My soon to be in laws were in town staying with us last weekend. My soon to be 6 yr old tells my MIL that mommy gets caught doing things. My MIL ask her what kinds of things, and she wouldn't say anything else. Idk where she cones up with this stuff!
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