oh lets lighten it up

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oh lets lighten it up
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Wed, 01-14-2004 - 2:05pm
whats the funniest thing your kids have said recently???

Last night ds and I were talking about how he needs new glasses. He told me he wants *cool* glasses this time. I said "Your glasses are cool already" and he said "No, mom, I need some glasses that are spiderman or incredible hulk-you know, so I can be like those guys and save the day!"

Then today I was going upstairs and managed to crack my ankle quite nicely on a chair I was carrying up, I was laying on the floor in a heap, trying not to cry and he comes up and asks if I am okay. I said yes and then he says "Well, do you need a wheelchair??"



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Registered: 03-25-2003
Wed, 01-14-2004 - 2:21pm
I was going around the house singing (well, I'm using the word "singing" loosely!) "All that Jazz," from the movie Chicago and my DS2 who is 9, told me very nonchalantly as he was doing his homework, "Mom, you better keep your day job." I cracked up! Granted they learned this from me, but he kept a straight face and knew exactly how to use it!
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Wed, 01-14-2004 - 3:33pm
I took DS, age 5, skiing on Sunday along with my dad. At one point, my dad and I grabbed his hands to pull him over a flat area. He looked at my dad and said "You're pretty strong for an old guy."

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Wed, 01-14-2004 - 3:55pm

Petey said two funny things.

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Wed, 01-14-2004 - 4:14pm

Well, my DD is only 2 so she is often funny without knowing it...


For example, the other day she was watching "Dora the Explorer" and there is a part where Dora introduces herself and

 

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Wed, 01-14-2004 - 4:36pm
I was changing ds's diaper this afternoon. "What's this?" I said. "My penis," he answered. "That's right," I said. He added, "Mommy doesn't have one." I confirmed, "You are right, I don't." He thought for a second and said, "You can have mine when mine comes off."

Not sure what to think...

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Registered: 10-11-2003
Wed, 01-14-2004 - 4:41pm
My oldest, 8yo, spent the weekend at a friend's house. After I dropped him off on Sat. I had a hair appointment. I cut about 12 inches off my hair. It was past my bra strap now it is to the base of my skull. I did not mention I was cutting my hair to my son. I pick him up Sunday afternoon, he says nothing, just "Hi, Mom." We run a few errands, in and out of the car, on the way home. Pick up dinner, we talk the whole way, he still says nothing about the hair. We are home for about 2 hours when he looks at me and says, "Hey mom, did you cut your hair?"

I have concluded that men are just naturally dense.

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Registered: 10-18-2003
Wed, 01-14-2004 - 4:44pm

Ds is finally pretty much done with potty training. At dd's gymnastics class last week he announced "I need to go poopy" and wandered off to the bathroom. A couple min later I go check on him, he's sitting on the potty grunting and groaning and says, very loudly " I need to go poopy but my butt won't let me!"


Choose your friends by their character and your socks by their color.  Choosing your socks by their character makes no sense and choosing your friends by their color is unthinkable.

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Wed, 01-14-2004 - 4:55pm

Choose your friends by their character and your socks by their color.  Choosing your socks by their character makes no sense and choosing your friends by their color is unthinkable.

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Wed, 01-14-2004 - 4:59pm
I was holding out hope that it was a learned behaviour not a Y chromosome issue!
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Wed, 01-14-2004 - 6:05pm
Yesterday we were at the toy store and I let DS1 get a toy (and also pick something out for his brother). So he got a 4" Batman and brought it up to the cash register. The woman handed him his own bag. He took it out and gave her back the bag and said, "I don't need a bag because I'm very strong. Feel my muscles. See?" He always goes up to strangers and asks them to feel his muscles. It's funny because he's such a cute little munchkin of a kid.

The other day, DS2 was sitting on my lap, and I was trying to reach for a tissue. So I asked him to get a tissue for me, just because he likes to have a job to do, and also to see if he would do it. So he went off and came back with a shoe. Get it? Tis-shoe?

Congratulations! I'm so happy to hear it. I just heard the good news and popped back over, just in case you were still checking in.

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