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So it’s Friday and I thought I’d share a few of the “my kids say the darndest things”. She’s never said that up there… but I can see it coming. She’s got a vey healthy dose of both her father’s and my snarky sense of humor.
#5. “Is it broken?”~ at 2 1/2 years old, I told my daughter to come to me so I could fix her hair. That was her response: “Why mom, is it broken?” Yep, literal to the bone.
#4. Princess’ explanation for her brother’s birth: “Mommy grew the baby in her tummy and then daddy went to the hospital and picked him up for her.” (I wish!)
#3. The power went out in our neighborhood because of a big storm (9 hours without power) My daughter’s response to this: “Mommy, you need to buy a new house, this one is broken”Keep in mind, we’d only been in this house for about 6 months at this time
#2. “Mommy, I want my hair in a bunion today, please”
and my all time hands down favorite
#1. Princess has almost impeccable manners. So one day, walking around Home Depot.. she farts… it happens, right. So at the top of her vocal abilities she says…”Excuse me, my bottom burped.” She then twists around and addresses her bottom and says to it.. “Bad bottom, stop burping, that’s yucky”
Yep. She’s something alright! I treasure her and love every hysterical moment. Even those times when a child muzzle seems like a great idea!! (you know you’ve thought it too!)
Oh wait! I thought of another one, this one might tie for my favorite and the most embarassing.
When Monkey was a newborn he had a pad of fat around his penis. It, his penis, would occasionally disappear into this fat pad… I mean almost completely! (it has since resolved itself)
I was giving him a bath and Princess noticed this and said with total astonishment; “MOM!! His penis is gone.. does that mean he’s a girl now?”
I was crying I was laughing so hard!!