What are some of the things you have heard from the mouths of babes?
My daughter is two and recently saw a picture of an Angel. She didn't know what it was, just that it had wings, so she informed me that it was a butterfly!
When my daughter was about three her Mom said to her "your growing like weed". Her reply was "why do I have to be a weed, no one likes weeds, why can't I be a flower". So now we say your growing like a flower.
My six year old is intuitive and says the darnest things esp after my divorce.
Once while we were driving she looked up into the sky and said, "If people could only see the clouds as other contintnents they would believe in magic."
My immediate reaction was shock. What the heck?
Whenever my husband would walk out of the room and return, my 2 year old would say "welcome back Daddy. It's so nice to see you" or when she has an accident in her pull up she would say "mommy, my butt's sagging."
by swapna1233 years ago
My 4 year old daughter sleeps in the same room with me, and from last 3 or 4 nights, she's crying and screaming in her sleep. While crying, she talks about everything bad that happened during the day (mama shouted at...
by Elena7 years ago
Kids say the funniest things.Example, On a Talent show a little girl who sang was asked by a Judge how old she was. She said “Four”. The Judge then asked at what age she started singing. ...
by romper205 years ago
I don't have pre teen children, but I say spank away.
by Author Nicole Canfield4 months ago
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by SPomposello2 years ago
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by carlacitarelli5 years ago
According to a friend who is also a family therapist, some bad behavior or what he considers to be acting out should be ignored since it is usually a ploy to gain attention. More specifically; tantrums, yelling, whining...
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