Saturday, January 21, 2017

Funny Things Kids Say



The other day, the kids were playing on the giant snow hill by the bus stop (a dumping area for the plows). It's a favourite activity every winter.  They have done this many times, but on this particular morning Mr. J was being a pill and trying to intimidate his brother and block him from climbing.
I yelled up to him to "stop intimidating his brother" and he moved away to another area.  A few minutes go by, and I hear Mr. K shout "mommy told you to STOP trying to eliminate me". He obviously misheard what I had said, but it was just so funny that he would use the word eliminate, since as an older brother, Mr. J has been hoping for that since day 1.

This situation got me thinking, and I decided to poll some of my fellow bloggers and see if their kids had said anything really funny. Keep reading to see what they shared with me.
Fariha from Canadian Mom Eh has a few:

"Mommy that is terrible customing!" (Customer service)

"Clementimes" (clementines)

"Moody featers" (movie theatres)

Kat from Mommy Kat and Kids said that when her son was really young, he would say "sleeve me up mommy" when he wanted his sleeves rolled up.

Merry from Merry About Town said that her son used to say "Angent Diptions" instead of "Ancient Egyptians"; he also used to always say "mine" instead of "my".

Kim from Tales of a Ranting Ginger shared a story about her daughter. They were heading into the city to do some errands, and she asked her dad what they were doing. He said he had to pick up some prints. She then said "A prince to marry me?"

Her son was 3 or 4 and called his sister a Drivers License. He thought since grown ups had them and swear words were something grownups said, it was a bad word.

Shayna from Mommy Outside The Box shared a story. This one isn't funny in a comical sense, more just things that come out of kids mouths. When they were leaving a store one day, her daughter, 3 at the time, sitting in the shopping cart and she yelled "you're not my parents".

Then, at 4.5 they had this conversation:

"Mommy tell a me story about God.
Ok I'll tell you the story about Daniel and the Lions Den.
Is that Daniel the vegetable or the real Daniel?
Thanks Veggie Tales."

Paula from Thrifty Momma's Tips shared a story about her nephew. When he was young, they were flying and the pilot came over the speaker saying "This is your pilot, we are passing over...." and her nephew yelled out "PIRATE? There is a pirate flying the plane?"

Tammy from Momma Bears Haven said that her daughter called Netflix "neckflix" and You Tube "youtoo"; she also calls granola bars "cranola".

Ashley from Forgetful Momma had her son walk up and ask her for "polly porn" for his lips....it took her a little bit to process that he was asking for Polysporin.

Tiffany from Naturally Cracked said that her son asked her "if she knew every girl had an agenda" (meaning vagina)

Lisa from Fab Frugal Mama said that the song "sorry" by Justin Bieber was playing in the car one day. She was starting to think she shouldn't be playing it with the kids around, and they started singing along to the chorus, saying "is it too late now to say sorry? Cause I am missing more than just your PARTY now"

Casey from caseypalmer.com shared that his son calls cucumbers "CumberCues"

I had a good laugh while reading these, and hope they bring a smile to your face.  If you have any funny stories, please feel free to leave them in the comments!






21 comments:

  1. Our youngest daughter the other day said: "You know the universe is your mouth. The strawberry you are eating is the spaceship because you are a giant alien."


    What the?!? What are they feeding her at school during morning snack time? #KidsSayTheDarnestThings

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  2. these are great, ya never know what a child will say. :)

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  3. I love these! Thanks for including mine. It's amazing what they come up with! I forgot to tell you that once Evan asked me "Who is stronger? God or Godzilla?" KIDS!

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  4. Great post! As a mom of three I think I have a handful of stories of things my kids said. The BEST was at the dinner table (my two girls and I, they were probably 6 and 3 years old at the time) Abby my oldest said "Mom where do babies come from" and before I could swallow my food and respond my youngest at the time Hailee said "Oh Abby don't you know that babies come from cowboys" ... I nearly choked on my food but laughed so hard I cried!

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  5. Thank you for including my quotes. Kids are always so funny and honest

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  6. haha I love it. My favourite was when my daughter said, "But I'm being have!" (as in behave)

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  7. There are lots of funny things my kids say, but I also find myself laughing at some of the things that come out of my mouth when talking to them. Being a parent is always an adventure.

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  8. I always mean to write down the cute things our little guy says but I always forget!! I so have to start!

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  9. awww so cute , my grandson will say some of the cutest things but i always forget them , i need to write them down too :) thanks for sharing ! Treen Goodwin rafflecopter name :)

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  10. My little guy comes up with cute things all the time. He likes calling where I work - the hospickle.

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  11. It's amazing what children with come up with! My 4 year old granddaughter as quite the imagination!

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  12. Kids are just natural little comedians.I love the little things that come out of a babes mouth!! LOL :)

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  13. Kids always make me smile. I can't wait for my granddaughter to start talking more.

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  14. Kids do say the funniest things.Thanks for the enjoyable read!

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  15. I love the things that kids say, their so adorable and I can't wait to hear all the funny stuff from my granddaughter!!

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  16. Kids are so funny! I started a kidism book years ago to capture all the funny things they say! They love going back and hearing the funny things they said!

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  17. love these !
    my daughter got some goosebumps once and didnt know what to say so she called them "sprinkles" . to this day we refer to goosebumps as sprinkles !

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  18. We were visiting the farm and my grandson yells out...Nanny is that the cow that licked me) he has a cowlick lol

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  19. It's cute when littles say some words wrong. I used to hear lots of "packpack" and "banbaid". lol

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  20. I laughed at all of these until tears came. I wish I could remember the funny things my kids said but it's 35 yrs ago and I didn't write them down, I wish I had! :-)

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  21. Little kids are just natural comedians.I love how funny they can be without any effort.I enjoyed reading all these funny little things they said.

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