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Outta The Mouths Of Babes (Edited 02/23/12 12:14PM by Jess)
Outta The Mouths Of Babes <span style="font-size:12px;">(Edited 02/23/12 12:14PM by Jess)</span> Photo
We all know that kid's can say the darndest things. I thought it would be fun to share true life things that our Children or Grand Children have said...No need to exclude yourself if this doesn't apply to you, perhaps you recall a sibling or even a neighbors child saying something you found humorous?  Let's put our thinking caps on and help put a smile on the faces of our fellow Qer's.  I will start this off by sharing my most memorable story.

When I was 8 months pregnant with my second child my first daughter who was 4 at the time was rubbing my tummy trying to make the baby kick.. Looking at me she says...Mommy, I was in your tummy once too right?.. I replied.. Yes baby you were and it was about 4 years ago... She took a few minutes and I could tell she was thinking.. then she replied... Yep just me.. and my bed and my dresser. Outta The Mouths Of Babes <span style="font-size:12px;">(Edited 02/23/12 12:14PM by Jess)</span> Photo

Featured by: Jess at 2/23/12 12:14PM
| Closed on 03/19/12 at 05:00PM
FanIQ Pts? No | Locker Room, Entertainment | Multiple Choice Opinion Poll
14 Fans 
29%a. I have one...
14%b. I have several but I'll tell this one...
36%c. Darn..I wish I could remember.
0%d. I never find anything funny.
7%e. So...no beans here?
14%f. I don't wanna share.

 &nbp;
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#4 | 890 days ago

WHILE I WAS PREGNANT WITH MY YOUNGEST SON MY OLDEST WANTED A SISTER BUT WHEN I GAVE BIRTH TO A BOY  MY SON DID NOT WANT A BABY BROTHER HE SAID  TO ME  "SHOVE HIM BACK IN YOUR BELLY AND PULL ME OUT A BABY SISTER PLEASE MOM" MY RESPONSE WAS "SORRY HONEY IT HURT TO MUCH AND GOD GAVE YOU A BABY  BROTHER TO PROTECT."  
  
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#1 | 892 days ago

Here is one this happen before I lost weight and I have to add gave the incentive to go to the gym. My 3 year at the time asked me how long was I going to have the baby she said I was carrying it longer then mommy
#2 | 892 days ago

XERXUS wrote:
Here is one this happen before I lost weight and I have to add gave the incentive to go to the gym. My 3 year at the time asked me how long was I going to have the baby she said I was carrying it longer then mommy
Yah gotta love em...lol
#3 | 892 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
Yah gotta love em...lol
Yeah you do
#4 | 890 days ago

WHILE I WAS PREGNANT WITH MY YOUNGEST SON MY OLDEST WANTED A SISTER BUT WHEN I GAVE BIRTH TO A BOY  MY SON DID NOT WANT A BABY BROTHER HE SAID  TO ME  "SHOVE HIM BACK IN YOUR BELLY AND PULL ME OUT A BABY SISTER PLEASE MOM" MY RESPONSE WAS "SORRY HONEY IT HURT TO MUCH AND GOD GAVE YOU A BABY  BROTHER TO PROTECT."  
#5 | 890 days ago

irmacourt wrote:
WHILE I WAS PREGNANT WITH MY YOUNGEST SON MY OLDEST WANTED A SISTER BUT WHEN I GAVE BIRTH TO A BOY  MY SON DID NOT WANT A BABY BROTHER HE SAID  TO ME  "SHOVE HIM BACK IN YOUR BELLY AND PULL ME OUT A BABY SISTER PLEASE MOM" MY RESPONSE WAS "SORRY HONEY IT HURT TO MUCH AND GOD GAVE YOU A BABY  BROTHER TO PROTECT."  
That's a good one Irma. laugh...LOL!
#6 | 890 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
That's a good one Irma. laugh...LOL!
THANK YOU SIS 
#7 | 890 days ago

When I was about 3, my parents had this recliner that they were both just barely able to fit in, side by side.  One afternoon, my mother sat down, squeezing in, and my dad jokingly compared her weight to that of a baby elephant.  My mom thought I was coming to her rescue when I told him that she wasn't a baby elephant.     She was a Momma elephant.
#8 | 890 days ago

Oddfool wrote:
When I was about 3, my parents had this recliner that they were both just barely able to fit in, side by side.  One afternoon, my mother sat down, squeezing in, and my dad jokingly compared her weight to that of a baby elephant.  My mom thought I was coming to her rescue when I told him that she wasn't a baby elephant.     She was a Momma elephant.
LMAO!!! I like that one!
#9 | 888 days ago
kittendreams (+)

This is one my 4 yr old grand niece said.  Her and her Dad were arguing about who loves Mommy the most.  Her Dad said "I love Mommy to Pluto and back!"  She looked at him and said "You're so silly Daddy! Pluto is Minnie Mouses dog! I love Mommy to the moon!  So I win!" lol 
I have one...  
#10 | 888 days ago
kittendreams (+)

Oddfool wrote:
When I was about 3, my parents had this recliner that they were both just barely able to fit in, side by side.  One afternoon, my mother sat down, squeezing in, and my dad jokingly compared her weight to that of a baby elephant.  My mom thought I was coming to her rescue when I told him that she wasn't a baby elephant.     She was a Momma elephant.
LOL
I have one...  
#11 | 888 days ago
kittendreams (+)

DallasFan55 wrote:
Yah gotta love em...lol
Definitely!  I'm still LMAO at your daughter, bed and dresser, LOL
I have one...  
#12 | 888 days ago
kittendreams (+)

irmacourt wrote:
WHILE I WAS PREGNANT WITH MY YOUNGEST SON MY OLDEST WANTED A SISTER BUT WHEN I GAVE BIRTH TO A BOY  MY SON DID NOT WANT A BABY BROTHER HE SAID  TO ME  "SHOVE HIM BACK IN YOUR BELLY AND PULL ME OUT A BABY SISTER PLEASE MOM" MY RESPONSE WAS "SORRY HONEY IT HURT TO MUCH AND GOD GAVE YOU A BABY  BROTHER TO PROTECT."  
LOL Irma!  Great answer you gave him :)
I have one...  
#13 | 888 days ago

The other morning the boy, who is eight,  was telling Mrs. mojo that he was thinking about breaking up with his "girlfriend" because she trying to hold his hand  and he wasn't that promiscuous.
#14 | 888 days ago
unopescatore (+)

(Edited by unopescatore)
my daughter says our second child is going the be a Gila Monster. surprise


#15 | 888 days ago

kittendreams wrote:
LOL Irma!  Great answer you gave him :)
that was all i could think of at the time
#16 | 888 days ago

Apparently when I was younger, I don't remember this, after a few weeks I had enough time with my new born baby sister and I told my mom that I wanted to take her back to the hospital because all she did was cry.

SUCH a good brother lol
I have one...  
#17 | 888 days ago

mojo wrote:
The other morning the boy, who is eight,  was telling Mrs. mojo that he was thinking about breaking up with his "girlfriend" because she trying to hold his hand  and he wasn't that promiscuous.
I know oh too well that kids start at a younger age..lol.. Now if only he continues to not wanna hold hands, you might make it through his teen years..wink
#18 | 888 days ago

BRye21 wrote:
Apparently when I was younger, I don't remember this, after a few weeks I had enough time with my new born baby sister and I told my mom that I wanted to take her back to the hospital because all she did was cry.

SUCH a good brother lol
Nobody ever said that kids aren't honest...lol
#19 | 888 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
I know oh too well that kids start at a younger age..lol.. Now if only he continues to not wanna hold hands, you might make it through his teen years..wink
One can dream, can't they.
#20 | 888 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
I know oh too well that kids start at a younger age..lol.. Now if only he continues to not wanna hold hands, you might make it through his teen years..wink
One can dream, can't they.
#21 | 887 days ago
kittendreams (+)

irmacourt wrote:
that was all i could think of at the time
lol  sometimes the best answers are those that we can't think of anything else to say - is this making sense? LOL 
I have one...  
#22 | 887 days ago

Way back in the 70's- when my brothes and sister's were into their mischief- one of my niece's asked their  mother " Mommy when you all drink the wine Night Train- does it go choo - choo in your head? Is that why I cant drink it until I am old enough, to this day she doesnt drink alcohol at all and she's closing in on her 40's
#23 | 887 days ago

(Edited by Jess)
My daughter's a nut - she has said some crazy things, and I've told some of the stories here...and she continues to say crazy things. She's just getting to the point now that she's older and the only reason some of the stuff she says shocks and amuses us now is because she's got the logic and sense of humor of someone much older.

She did ask me recently if the Sarah Palin was the Alaska state bird. Totally serious.

We had this old mama dog when she was tiny - by the time we got the dog, she'd given birth to so many litters, her teats sagged like udders. Kiernan asked me (at 3 years old), "what's going on here?" in reference to them. A few days after I'd explained what they'd been used for, she told me not to worry when we run out of milk. We don't have to go to the store. indecision

We were at my mom's house one time, and my mom turned the television to Nick Jr. or something. I don't remember what was on; it wasn't Zaboomafoo - it was something else with a couple of brothers acting like idiots. My mom sat there and watched with a look of confusion on her face, and Kiernan looked up at her and said "They're on crack." (I'm sure I'm to blame for that comment - I say that a lot still, when someone's acting like an idiot). She was about 4 or 5 at the time.

One time one of our dogs was having a sneeze attack. Four-year-old Kiernan ran and grabbed the toilet paper (leaving it on the roll, dragging a stream behind her), and yelled "MOM! Jiggy has issues!"

There are more. I think I've told the Rolie Olie story on here, but I may come in and share it again.
I have several but I'll tell this one...  
#24 | 887 days ago

Jess wrote:
My daughter's a nut - she has said some crazy things, and I've told some of the stories here...and she continues to say crazy things. She's just getting to the point now that she's older and the only reason some of the stuff she says shocks and amuses us now is because she's got the logic and sense of humor of someone much older.

She did ask me recently if the Sarah Palin was the Alaska state bird. Totally serious.

We had this old mama dog when she was tiny - by the time we got the dog, she'd given birth to so many litters, her teats sagged like udders. Kiernan asked me (at 3 years old), "what's going on here?" in reference to them. A few days after I'd explained what they'd been used for, she told me not to worry when we run out of milk. We don't have to go to the store. indecision

We were at my mom's house one time, and my mom turned the television to Nick Jr. or something. I don't remember what was on; it wasn't Zaboomafoo - it was something else with a couple of brothers acting like idiots. My mom sat there and watched with a look of confusion on her face, and Kiernan looked up at her and said "They're on crack." (I'm sure I'm to blame for that comment - I say that a lot still, when someone's acting like an idiot). She was about 4 or 5 at the time.

One time one of our dogs was having a sneeze attack. Four-year-old Kiernan ran and grabbed the toilet paper (leaving it on the roll, dragging a stream behind her), and yelled "MOM! Jiggy has issues!"

There are more. I think I've told the Rolie Olie story on here, but I may come in and share it again.
Jess, remind me not to be eating when you share more of your daughters funny wit; I darn near choked on a lasagna noodle. LOL!
I was LMAO on all the stories..well except the Palin one.. Apparently your daughter is smarter then me because I didn't get that one, I guess it required more logic then I'm capable of.. wink. When you have time I would love to hear the Rolie Plie story. Guess I missed that one. smiley
#25 | 886 days ago

no kids...........have one niece, she's 3 today .   Haven't heard anything from her but " go away!" surprise
So...no beans here?  
#26 | 886 days ago

When I was in med school I would come home on the weekends to my job (Fri-Sat-Sun) and would bring laundry home (yes...I would actually do my own laundry)....this one Friday night happened to be Halloween.  I pulled up in front of my parents' home and got the laundry bag out of the back of my car when I heard one of the little kids who were trick or treating say "WOW!! Look at all the candy HE has!!!"  I still laugh when I think about it today!
I have one...  
#27 | 886 days ago
unopescatore (+)

kmj22 wrote:
no kids...........have one niece, she's 3 today .   Haven't heard anything from her but " go away!" surprise
when my daughter is taking a dump she likes to say that to me....which is fine with me. laugh
#28 | 886 days ago

icfeet wrote:
When I was in med school I would come home on the weekends to my job (Fri-Sat-Sun) and would bring laundry home (yes...I would actually do my own laundry)....this one Friday night happened to be Halloween.  I pulled up in front of my parents' home and got the laundry bag out of the back of my car when I heard one of the little kids who were trick or treating say "WOW!! Look at all the candy HE has!!!"  I still laugh when I think about it today!
Kurt, Who pq'd you and why? There wasn't anything wrong with what you said.. angry
#29 | 886 days ago

DallasFan55 wrote:
Kurt, Who pq'd you and why? There wasn't anything wrong with what you said.. angry
I know EXACTLY who PQ'd me....lets just say her initials are ????.....but it's nothing new...she pq's me ALL THE TIME!  Almost EVERY ONE of my posts gets PQ'd...but it's all in fun....
I have one...  
#30 | 885 days ago

icfeet wrote:
I know EXACTLY who PQ'd me....lets just say her initials are ????.....but it's nothing new...she pq's me ALL THE TIME!  Almost EVERY ONE of my posts gets PQ'd...but it's all in fun....
wasn't me this time!!  wink
So...no beans here?  
#31 | 885 days ago

icfeet wrote:
I know EXACTLY who PQ'd me....lets just say her initials are ????.....but it's nothing new...she pq's me ALL THE TIME!  Almost EVERY ONE of my posts gets PQ'd...but it's all in fun....
Ok Kurt, As long as your sure it's in fun. Otherwise I'd have to advise you to let Jess know about it and tell her  Burt sent ya...LOL!
#32 | 885 days ago

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#34 | 885 days ago

A couple of years ago the boy got a hold of the clippers one night and cut a patch of hair out in the front, and then a straight line from the front to the back, just above his ear. When we asked him what happened his response was, "the dogs did it."

I'm still keeping an eye on those two cause you never know when they may strike again.
#35 | 883 days ago

mojo wrote:
That was priceless. Thanks for sharing it. laugh

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