Funniest things your children have said

@chulce (1540)
United States
January 19, 2009 1:51pm CST
With little ones come funny tales. Not only in what they do, but what they might say. I have 3 sons and over the years, I have gotten great laughs and enjoyment out of my kids. They are now teenagers and don't do quite the "cutesy" things they did when they were little. I got to thinking about my oldest son and something that he did when he was 2. One time, he decided he wanted it to snow in the bathroom. So he found the baby powder, pulled toilet paper all around to make mounds of snow, and then sprinkled the powder all over everything. When I asked him, why he did it, he looked at me with his chubby little cherub cheeks and said, "mommy, max told me it was okay to snow, so I did." He crossed his little arms in front of his chest. Max was his puppy. Where ever he went the dog was with him, mind you the dog was also white and had a mound of "snow" on top of his nose. I didn't know what to say. I walked out of the room for a moment and had a silent laugh. I know this isn't as funny to you, but I thought it was at the time. Do you have funny things that your children have said? If so, what?
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• Philippines
20 Jan 09
all of my three children are able to communicate with everyone orally. this happened at the time when we have just transferred to davao city from mamila. in manila, we use tagalog for regular conversations in davao city it is cebuano with a mix of english, tagalog and spanish terms. one morning, my eldest a two and a half daughter and her younger brother, a one year old, were playing at the front yard. then, mys sister inquired about them having had breakfast in the vernacular. they looked at each other in the eyes, laughed, then had their forefingers pointed at each other and said so loudly, a waya waya waya waya waya waya. everyone who heard them did so, laughed out loud. it was such a hilarious good morning for everyone.
• Malaysia
20 Jan 09
I don't have any children yet but my little sister, age 8 had say something that me and my folks had a hard laugh about it. well, it goes like this, my mum had always ask my little sister pulling out her grey hair for her. it can take her up to two hours pulling them out as my mum insisted on it. This was no big deal for my little sister because my mum paid her $1 ea one she pulled out! So, u can imagine how 'rich' my sister can be? :)) So one day, my mum finally decided to dye her hair. She was a teacher. And weekends are not really weekends. Fortunately, she had that half-day Sunday off from chores and schoolwork and etc. and took the opportunity to dye her hair red that evening. My sister found out and said "oh man, i'm going to be really poor for a very long long time!" :))
• United States
20 Jan 09
My Girlfriend's little 8 year old cousin has said "your a taco" many many times its so hilarious i wish i could give you all an audio sample
@phoenix25 (1543)
• United States
7 Feb 09
My son just turned 5 and he was a little slow in his language development while was about 3, so he is picking up a lot now. Today, I laughed so hard when he was watching his dad play a video game while I was talking and he said, "Mommy, stop talking. You're distracting me." He learned that because when I am doing homework and he keeps bugging me, I will tell him to stop whatever he's doing because it's distracting me. I just thought it was so funny and he used such a big, important-sounding word.
• United States
20 Jan 09
When my granddaughter was three she came to me and said: "Nina, lets talk." I said, "O.K. what do you want to talk about." She said "How's your day going tomorrow Nina?" She was so serious trying to be so grown up. I couldn't help but laugh and I told her I was laughing because my day was going to be great tomorrow.
@lady2008 (12)
• United States
20 Jan 09
My son is now 15 but when he was about 5 years old he had a hard time saying buffalo wings, he would say buccalo wings, a friend of mine was teasing him about it and my son responded by saying be quiet BUCCALO BUTT. I don't allow him to get smart with adults but it was very funny because my son was quiet and we did not expect him to say that.
@messageme (2821)
• United States
19 Jan 09
I have sitting here thinking about this discussion for about 10 mins. now and sadly I can't think of one specific incident right now! I know there is many though. My kids always make me want to laugh with the things they say. and not only that but their facial expressions too. Especially when they are in trouble! You can't help but turn around and not let them see you smilling! My son just did this to me the other day and for the life of me I can't think of what he said!! I just remember it was so darn cute!