I thought I’d write about some of the things our children come out with. This has been inspired by my very funny little man, J, who was 4 yesterday. This morning I dropped some beads whilst making a new bag charm and J came out with, “nevermind you’ll get over it Mum!”, which of course had me giggling and he felt very proud of himself. LOL!
He has come out with some fantastically funny things, especially over the last 2 years, here’s just a few.
Whilst having lunch at my in-laws, “I won’t eat it, Nanny’s food is skanky!” At the time I was mortified but I’m not sure she heard him correctly, (thank goodness), but I look back now and it makes me smile. J has always had a problem with food and we had already guessed that he wouldn’t eat anything, however when he came out with this I didn’t know what to say/do!
Whilst at nursery last summer we were just about to leave when another child said the F word, I thought he hadn’t heard…….I was wrong! He waited until we were on a busy street outside our local dvla office and came out with, “Oh F***ing hell mum!!!!” OMG was I embarrassed, we then had a very long chat about naughty words that he mustn’t say. This resulted in him saying, “huh you said a naughty word!” every time we went to Focus, which was quite often we were doing a complete home renovation.
We live near a secondary school and he has learnt lots of things from the teenagers that walk past our house. Things he has said to his dad include, “I’ll give you some of my beef!” waving his fist in the air! “Are you kidding me” “you’re a W***er dad!”, another word that was added to the list of things he isn’t allowed to say! His fave things to say to me are, “Whatever!” with the hand gesture , and “I’m listening but my ears won’t let me!” LOL
Last night he made us giggle once again. We were reading a story at bedtime, “Who Lives In Here?” and asked “What is this home and who lives in here?” “A Bird!” he yelled with great pride, to which I responded with “It’s a nest and a bird lives in here”……he then came out with “Yeah so I was right then duh!”
The list goes on and on because let’s face it kids say the funniest things, usually at just the right time to embarrass you. At the moment he seems to be coming out with another funny phrase every week and I hope this will continue for a few more years, I’m sure it will.
I hope you have a little giggling reading this and thinking about some of the funny things your children say, please leave your comments I’d love to hear some of them. )
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