One of my favorite things about parenting is the funny things kids say and do. My daughter has said a lot of hilarious things! I also asked my fellow bloggers for their stories. I hope you enjoy it!
So, I will start with my daughter’s funny sayings. Here’s one from a day at the beach:
My Daughter: I’m a fish!
Dad: What am I?
My Daughter: You’re a shark!
Dad: What is mommy?
My Daughter: A Whale!
Lol, I know I had some weight to lose, but geez!
Here’s another from when my daughter was about 20 months:
My daughter had just woken up from a nap. I walked in and my daughter is standing up pointing to a pile of sh**, as she had overflowed her diaper. As she is pointing to this pile of crap, she’s saying, “Oh sh**!”
Here’s my daughter trying out a facial:
And here’s my daughter giving one of her stuffed animals a bath:
1.” My son is 2.5 and just came up with his own song and dance. It goes “Shake my bum, shake my weenie! Shake my bum, shake my weenie!” You can imagine what the dance looks like.” -Mel
2. “For the last month my little boy has decided he doesn’t like going on the swings at the park anymore, he prefers to push them… Sometimes he’ll put a toy on them, sometimes he’ll just push them empty! I have to keep a close eye on him otherwise he gets a smack in the face when the swings come back! It keeps him happy though and he laughs like crazy.” -Amy from ABC Family
3. As a preschool teacher, I have soooo many funny stories. But I’ll share my favorite two: 1) I had a 5yr old boy come back from Thanksgiving break and very sincerely tell me about how wonderful his thanksgiving was because Godzilla came over to eat at his grandmas house with them but how angry he was at his mom because Godzilla’s Fire burps burned part of the house and she made him go home early.
2) Every single year there’s a large nativity set outside in the hall that the classes get to take turns playing with around Christmas and without fail every year I inevitability yell “Don’t throw baby Jesus” or “We don’t hit people with baby Jesus!” -Sarah from Down The Hobbit Hole Blog
4. “Eden is our youngest, she is 6 years old and started the 1st Grade this year. Wednesday evening while busy in my room, she walks in and throws herself on my bed and says, mommy, you are so lucky. My response, why baby? She says because you are a mommy. I want to be a mommy, being 6 is difficult, I laughed and said baby being an adult is even more difficult. She says Grade 1 is a lot, my brain gets so tired by the time 1st break comes. I think I should only go to school until 1st break. I say to her when she is a mommy she needs to work and take care of her family, she says that’s easy, you do it so easy. She says I want a job like yours, drop off the kids at school and blog, I can do that. I said to her to just enjoy her journey, it’s an absolute joy to be 6 and carefree. She turns kisses me and says ok, I will try. but I need to blog about my life. Lol, You simply gotta love this girl.” -From 11 Years of Nappies
5. “I mean when my kid’s drinking a bottle in his high chair, he just leans back, grabs his foot to lift his leg, and rips major ass. ” -From Millenial Mom Confessions
6.From My Anxious Life
Me to 4-year-old: I’m so proud of you and your brother. I love you so much and you make me happy every day
4-year-old: “No, we make you grumpy.”
7. From a Mom of 3 little ones:
8.From Live Parent Teach Repeat
This is a quote from her commentary on taking her kids to soft play (indoor playground):
“Your child has emptied their bowels before you came. They are definitely empty apart from consuming that half a packet of cheesy, curly crisps now abandoned on the floor. Yet, once in soft play, every child seems to have the automatic urge to defecate. On one of your cursory glances up from your magazine to check that devil child isn’t whacking your own rugrat with a Teletubby, you spot your little darling in the corner, grimacing, red as a beetroot. You roll your eyes, swear under your breath then find your 50 litre backpack with all the necessary supplies. Does your child want their nappy changed though? Cue another tantrum as you try to wrangle them off the climbing frame, their bottom in your face so you are under no illusion that they definitely need their arse cleaned up.”
9. And what would parenting be like if our kids didn’t try to steal our food?
From Mud Puddle Mommy
10. “So my son is only 8 months so he hasn’t started talking yet but he does something super silly. He will smile at everyone and when they smile back he buries his head into my shoulder like he’s shy. But he’s not actually shy, he just waits for for them to say “aweeee” and then pops his head up with a huge smile and starts kicking his legs in excitement. It’s so funny because he has learned that acting shy gets the same reaction every time.” -Britt from Growing Our Family
11. From a mom of 3 in Colorado:
Soicher: Mommy are mermaids real?
Me: I hope so
Soicher: Haven’t you ever seen one?
S: Well, you were alive in the eighteens (1800s) when mermaids were alive…
Again, I think one of the best things about parenting involves the funny things that kids say and do. And sometimes, even the funny things they do and say is super smart for their age! Little ones can be so uninhibited, which results in a lot of humorous sayings, as well as behaviors!
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