What is the funniest thing you have ever seen your kid do?

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  1. mhodges23 profile image54
    mhodges23posted 7 years ago

    What is the funniest thing you have ever seen your kid do?

    Hello all, I am new to HubPages, and while sitting here thinking about what or if I had something to hub about my 3 yr old deaf child just came up to me and made me laugh.  He has watched How to train your dragon about 10 times in the last two days.  He got my attention, licked his lips then took a bite of a goldfish cracker, then handed me the other half.  (For those of you unfamiliar with the movie, there is a scence where the dragon swallows a fish then spits back out half of it, like a cat coughs up a hairball, and expects the boy to eat it) He is doing funny things like that all the time

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  2. Healing Touch profile image81
    Healing Touchposted 7 years ago

    We still laugh of this. My boy at three years old talked like a cowboy and had the perfect twang. It was so funny.

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    DoorMattnomoreposted 7 years ago

    One of the many funny things I have seen (or heard) my kids do. My middle daughter, was maybe 4 or 5 at the time. I was in the kitchen, she and her sister, were playing in the bedroom right past the kitchen. I heard my daughter say loudly "folks!! Don't try this at home!!" Followed by a loud crash and crying. I rushed in and she was fine, just upset she hadn't done the trick correctly.

  4. Paul Edmondson profile imageSTAFF
    Paul Edmondsonposted 7 years ago

    I just watched the movie with my daughter the other day.  She loved it.  The funniest thing I remember our middle daughter doing when she was about 3.  She started saying her ABCs.  A...pause....L....pause....K....G...B.

    My wife and I look at each other and say.  Oh my gosh, we have to practice with her more.  We can't believe she forgot her ABCs.

    Then our daughter turns to us and says, "Just kidding.  ABCDEFG..."

    We couldn't believe that at 3 she could deliver such a deadpan dry joke.  There wasn't a hint she was kidding:)

  5. mikicagle profile image91
    mikicagleposted 7 years ago

    When my son was 6 I saw him do one of the funniest/sweetest things he has ever done.  We lived in the country at the time and had a big  pond behind our house that would flood over the bank when we had a lot of rain.  One morning I watched him walk around the field behind the pond, pick something up, then run to the water and throw it in.  He did this about 20 times before I walked out to find out what he was really up to.  It turned out that when the pond would wash over the bank the water carried little minnows with it.  Rhett was walking through the field "saving" all of the fish he could by putting them back in the pond. Needless to say I took him a bucket and joined him.

  6. wychic profile image85
    wychicposted 7 years ago

    My son is just about to turn five years old. Earlier this year, my husband was listening to smooth jazz on Launchcast while reading the news on his computer. My son came up behind him and started dancing; when my husband looked up, my son grinned and said, "I like this song" while he kept dancing. My husband turned back to his computer screen, and my son promptly let out a blood-curdling scream at the top of his voice. My husband said the sound about gave him a heart attack, he was certain my son had somehow severely injured himself and instantly wondered what sort of carnage he'd see when he turned around. He looked back at my son, who grinned even wider and danced more vigorously and said, "I REALLY like this song!"

    I guess this is what happens when his biological father has him listening to head-banging metal, he has a slightly unconventional way of enjoying smooth jazz tongue.

  7. womenintouch profile image59
    womenintouchposted 7 years ago

    The funniest thing my daughter did was one Friday i was having a few friends over for tea; my little girl was aobut 2 years old, not yet potty trained when a few poop balls fell out of her diaper . She picked them up and ask my guest if they wanted candy.

    They opened their hands and she dropped the poop balls in their hands you can just imagine the surprise and the screams that came fromt he other  room.

  8. Dave Harris profile image71
    Dave Harrisposted 7 years ago

    Catching my son singing along to a Michael Jackson song in front of the mirror trying to do the moonwalk! The look on his face when he saw me was priceless!

  9. tamarawilhite profile image91
    tamarawilhiteposted 6 years ago

    My just turned 3 daughter was trying to figure out what my six month old son was doing. I explained he was trying to crawl. She crawled around him a few times, much to his delight, to show him how. I left to the room to start making dinner.
    Then I heard a muffled crying. It continued another few seconds. I went back into the room. My son's butt was still in the air but his face was in the carpet. He'd lost control of his arms and his face had hit the floor.
    The crying was because my 3 year old was pushing him, while his face was still in the carpet.
    I yelled for her to stop. I picked up my son off the floor, and he was able to get air properly. He then proceeded to shriek in protest. I then asked, "What are you doing?"
    "I'm helping for him to crawl!"

 
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