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    My DSD 4 was rubbing my DS head when she said, 'Harrison has Cradle Rock, you better keep him out of the cradle'.

    Hehehe. It was so cute.


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    nixon licks everything ..... i was at a 3d scan place and nixon was qiuet .... turns out e was happily licking the leaather couch they had there ...

    and he will lick any thing ... even the top of the strawberry (the green part) he sat there not eating but licking ....

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    I had just finished changing Logans nappy and I put him on his bean bag to sit and play.. He says "Baby wipe please Mummy!" So I gave him one and turn around to put everything away and he says "Look Mummy, I princess! Oo I so pretty!" and he has the baby wipe laying on his head

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    This one is a classic. I still cannot forget it. I have told everyone and everyone laughs at the story.

    I was in the toilet one day (yes, i do that often and not just on that particular day!) doing what we normally do and got up to clean myself when Devrim (at the time probably 3 years old) barges in through the toilet door all exicted to tell me something when he all of a sudden he goes ghastly white with his mouth wide open and says all shocked "Mummy, yours has a beard".

    You had to see the shock on his face. I think that has scarred him for life.

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    Last week DH's mum came down here for a holiday. Just after she left when we were driving back home Lily says, 'i'm so sad, need to go shopping now' lol.

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    LOL TD!! What a classic!!

    Tegan... that is hilarious! Typical girl

    Violet wanted to go to the loo down the street the other day so off we went to the public toilet. When we got in there there was obviously another lady in there using the one of the cubicles. Violet walks into one of the cubicles and says really loudly... Someones having a shower aren't they? I held my hand to my mouth to stop from laughing... poor lady would have heard too.

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    My DD who is 4 going on 40 says some funny things, but today was a good one, I just had to share. I'm still giggling.

    I was sitting down, DD comes in the room.
    "Mumma, how's your baby going?" and puts her head on my belly.
    I said " Going good, how are you going?"
    DD looks up at me "Ok, will the baby come out of your fanny?"
    Me "Yep"
    DD ponders for a while then says " I want you to push it out right now!!" quite seriously.
    I smirked trying not to laugh " Baby isn't ready yet, it's too small, have to wait until Christmas time, then it will be ready to come out."
    DD "BUT I WANT IT TO COME OUT NOW!!" and proceeds to have a huge tantrum at my inability to push this baby out right on the spot.
    Well I cracked up laughing and left the room.

    Can't wait to tell DH when he gets home tonight, he will get a kick out of this one.

    What sort of funny things do your young kiddies come out with?

    ..Laura

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    Thats hillarious laura!!!!

    My DD (7) told me the other day that I was not allowed to go to the slipknot concert because "the baby will think there is a war going on".



    Whenever DF and i kiss she tells us to "stop sexing" lol.

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    LOL that's so cute! If only it were that easy!! Make sure you write it down somewhere and show her when she is pg herself one day .

    My nearly 4 year old said to me in the car the other day "When I grow up, I want to be a sock". I wonder what goes on in his head sometimes! Such a weird sense of humour...

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    Sorry this is gross, but it's interesting how he thinks lol.. My 2 yr old did a poo in his nappy (he was recovering from a stomach bug) I asked him if that was him,
    he said "That was bubbles from my bottom in my nappy! They go pop in my nappy. Pwhoar Stinky bubble!"

    He also thought when I said we were going to the medical centre that I said Santa.. he said "Dockers? (his word for doctors) Santa? Oh Christmas! We going to christmas party at dockers?"

    On a side note, Thanks Kitt3n for mentioning the Slipknot concert, I had no idea lol. heh what would I do without BB?

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    I was recently at my DH's work waiting for him to escort us onto the base (navy) for a visit on his ship. I was standing at the security check point with our two girls and DD1 looks at my tummy and loudly asks 'mummy, when did I come out of your vagina?'. I cracked up laughing and said 'when you were born, almost 4 years ago'. When she said this we were within very close proximity to the security guards... I wonder what they made of her question?

    Same daughter, different story. We were visting my mum and we packed several books but left one with the song 'where is thumbkin' at home. When we were at my mum's she asked me for the 'f***ing' book because she couldn't say thumbkin. She was at the age where things are asked repeatedly and unfortunately shortly after the first time she blurted the question we were at the supermarket and she was a short distance from me yelling 'mummy, where's the f***ing book'. I said the thumbkin book is at home. She then started chanting the f***ing book is at home. You can imagine the looks of shock on all people around me.

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    DS is at the age where he can sort-of say a lot of words and can string them together a bit. We were in London a few months ago in St James' park so DS could have a run-around and see the birds. To him, all birds are "dacks" (ducks) and he started chasing pigeons screaming at them "dack! dack! stop dack!" - nearly made me wet myself. He also tells me that "dack say quack" and quacks at the ducks on the village pond.

    I need to change his nappies more often, either that or toilet training will be easy. He runs up to me and tells me "wee-wee" when he wants a nappy change (oddly enough, stinky poo-bum he runs and hides so I can't change him, or he runs and shouts "Da!" and drags DH to the change table... haha, I love him!). He also takes his cloth nappies off the airer and puts them in the tumble drier because he likes them that bit softer.

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    I can finally add something to in here. When TTC I was constantly in hysterics about the funny things in here. Now my turn...

    DD is 10 months and has just discovered my mouth. She puts her fingers in and grabs my tongue and teeth. I cover my mouth with my hand and she'll pull it away and go to stick her fingers back in. We repeat this a few times until she grabs my hand, pulls it away from my mouth and then gives it a few good slaps as if to say 'stay down' .
    Cracks me up...
    Can't wait until she starts talking...

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    Isla has a barbie doll that always looses its top.
    I was just changing her nappy while she was holding it when she bit in on the boob & said "MMM Milk"

    I laughed so hard, so of course she keeps doing it & thinks its the funniest thing ever. which really it is LOL

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    My nephew does this cute thing where he grabs his Bob the Builder toy and breastfeeds it as well. We tell him that Bob is probably full now and he responds with 'gotta have the other side too'. So cute and obviously he is an older brother and watches his mum (my sister) breastfeed his brother.

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    The other day, DD and I were running errands in the city, and she saw a bus shelter, and asked me "Mum, what's that stable there for?"
    Think we live in a small country town?

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    Df woke up to Izzy the other night and was trying to find her dummy (usually when she waked up its just because shes lost her dummy) so he was pulling up all the blankets and looking under the bed etc, but couldnt find it, then izzy picks up the dummy looks at her dad and goes "HaHa' puts it in her mouth and goes back to sleep. Tims just left standing there!

    He told me that in the morning and i just laughed

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    Oohh I love that one.

    My DD has this thing about boobs at the moment and decided one day to have a very large disussion in the middle of the shops.

    DD "Oh mummy, that lady over there has big boobies"
    Me "Bella we don't say those things, it's not nice"
    DD "I have baby boobies mummy, you have small bobbies, not like granny's, and daddy has man boobies"
    Me - no response was desperatley trying not to laugh with the 20 or so people around me listening to the conversation.

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