What is the cutest thing your kid has said? My 5yr old son went to get the flysw

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  1. hanijane profile image57
    hanijaneposted 8 years ago

    What is the cutest thing your kid has said?
    My 5yr old son went to get the flyswater for me,...

    and came back swinging a bottle of water saying " here isthe fly's water!" hahaha

  2. amberjones21 profile image56
    amberjones21posted 8 years ago

    Too cute.

    I can remember being very heartbroken once that I couldn't hold back my tears. My 3 year old son came to me and patted my back. He said, "You sad mommy?" and I said, "Yes, honey. Mommy is sad." He then hugged my neck and said, "Don't cry mommy. It will be okay."

    After that, I hugged him tight and forgot about being sad. My little man was there to take care of me!

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    klarawieckposted 8 years ago

    One of the kindergarten teachers at my school shared this cute true story. It happened recently...
    The 5 year old is sitting down drawing and coloring. He suddenly turns and asks the teacher "Why don't we go to the Elle?" The teacher asks him to repeat his question. "Why don't we go to the Elle?" The teacher tries to figure out what Elle means. She starts thinking - He can't be asking to go to Art class because he would have said A - Music can't be because he would have said M -
    Then another kid sitting next to him turns to the teacher and says: "I know what he says!" The teacher goes: "Really? What is he saying" The kid says "He wants to know when we go to the Y!" (YMCA).
    LOL - One of the many rewards of the teaching profession!

  4. hanijane profile image57
    hanijaneposted 8 years ago

    I had just bought some new cream for my face, after I put some on, my 5yr old son said " WOW mom! that cream made your wrinkles dissapear! You look so pretty now" It was just moisturizer, but he actually made me feel prettier!

  5. Powerful Pierre profile image77
    Powerful Pierreposted 8 years ago

    Hello Hani  well I would have to say my son when he was 5 after hearing about the 3 bears leaving Goldilocks when I told him  they walked, and walked , and walked  he said "Hey Dad why didn't they catch a bus". I laughed til I cried. He's going on 35 now and I still tease him about the bus  LOL

  6. Sweetsusieg profile image82
    Sweetsusiegposted 8 years ago

    Last night my grandson ripped his fingernail off and had to go to the emergency room.  This morning I talked to him on the phone and told him I wished I was there to kiss his owie, to make it feel better. 

    His Momma told me he started kissing his finger.

    I know, it's not something he said.  But its something he did, he knows his memaw makes owies better!!

  7. krishubpages123 profile image30
    krishubpages123posted 8 years ago

    My 3 year old Daughter is wonderful in talking, he goes to school and telling lot slogas and poems etc., whenever I go there from my working city to our native city and in home, she tells I will get you everything, this think I have to tell her, but she is telling to me, the same way she talks to her mom, you only got money from Dad, why he did not give it to me, she was so adamant then got 10 bugs from mom, mom was searching for her, she went to nearby shop to buy something for her mom. so cute little one.

  8. Porshadoxus profile image74
    Porshadoxusposted 8 years ago

    When my oldest was about 30 months, we took hum to Toys R Us, and he learned the term 'toy store'. That was fresh on his mind a few days later when he was being very demanding, and I said to him, fully believing that he wouldn't understand, "The world is not your oyster!"
    He responded, "The world is not my toystore?"

    His response was as close as a 2-year old can get to understanding what I said to him. He was amazing.


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