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04-17-2011, 12:51 AM
So we have been having some health problems here as of late with DS, but he is finally on the mend:dizzy:
The last diagnosis was pneumonia and so then DS promptly told grandma and papa "I have ammonia, cough, cough."
Anyone else have any funnies to share...
04-17-2011, 12:57 AM
04-17-2011, 04:09 AM
Me: Daddy is a girl.
DD: No he's not.
Me: Yes he is, remember, gramma showed us the picture of Daddy in a dress. Only girls wear dresses.
DD: Daddy's not a girl. He doesn't have a you-ggggrrrrrr-usk.
[In an attempt to explain to DD that DSD didn't eat/swallow the baby she's expecting, we had to explain that there's a uterus that the baby is in.]
Oh, and DD wants to wear a league-a-tard to ballet.
She's 7 now, so I know the fun of mis-pronouncing things isn't going to happen for much longer, so I'm enjoying these little sillies now.
04-17-2011, 08:10 AM
DD recently asked her daddy:
"Why Owie Ow?"
she is our 'why' girl, always wanting to know why about everything. :)
04-17-2011, 08:50 AM
I keep an "emergency" pacifier in the diaper bag for DD2 (in case the first one gets lost). She was crying and DD1 very sagely said "I think she needs her American-C pacifier". :ROTFLMAO:
04-17-2011, 09:06 AM
ME: James, you have to take your shoes off so you can take your pants off.
JAMES: Mommy, I can't work like this.
04-17-2011, 09:08 AM
My DS (newly 5) is already turning into such a man.
Yesterday while on the toilet he asked for a magazine becuase he said he was getting bored.
Last week the ILS remarked on the lovely throat/nasal passage clearing sound DS has developed all on his own which I have seen in uncouth adult males sometimes followed by spitting on the sidewalk...
04-17-2011, 01:05 PM
We were driving home from an Earth Day celebration (too bad we couldn't walk) and we saw a lake near our house. DD was thrilled as she saw a beachy area and kids out playing. I said something like, "oh, you like the lake?" and she sad, "no, mommy it is a pool". I then reiterated that it was indeed a lake and she said, "well, mommy, we each have our own opinions." DH and I were speechless.
04-17-2011, 01:44 PM
Yesterday DD was on the pot and out of TP, so she called me with great urgency. "Mommy, Mommy, There's no more toy-wet paper." I say okay, bring a roll and put in on. She then says, "Mommy, tell Nana that we will save her some toy-wet paper for her so she can wipe her butt!"
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