What was the most embarrassing thing your child had said/did in public (Or to a stranger)
My 4 year old daughter breastfed for the first year. Even till this day she seems to be obsessed with my boobs in a sweet kid way. Many times she has said things like "I love mommy's boob pillows" loud in public. When she was about one she yanked my shirt down popping my boob out while in the clothing section at Walmart. Just last week she very loudly said "mom your boobs are so comfortable" while she was sitting in the shopping cart leaning on me while in the grocery store. She has managed to embarrass me far more than my boys.
When my boys started potty training, like most kids, they didn't know they had to be discrete about it. For instance, we were traveling and one had to go, so we stopped at a fast food restaurant. The place was packed and he asked the first employee, rather loudly "Where is your bathroom? I have to poo poo!". Needless to say, it was cute embarrassing, but something I will have to remind him of when he is a teenager.
My other son has the habit of playing with the neighbors, in their yard, and peeing in the flower beds when he has to go. I can't hold that against him too much since us men were made with outdoor plumbing for a reason, but I still hope he grows out of that.
LOL. When some friends returned for a dinner visit, I reintroduced them to my little girl. "Do you remember the ___?" I asked in front of them. "Yes," she said. "You're the people mommy said stayed too long last time."
My 8 year old son pulled down his own shorts to show his penis and bare buttocks in front of us family while we were window shopping at a shopping mall. He thinks it was funny, well, what do you think?
Wasn't he a little old for such behavior? I can see this behavior at 3 or 4 but at 8 years old, he should be beyond such behavior.
Grace, some boys never grow out of that. We all have a little bit of exhibitionist in us somewhere.
Oh, I distinctly remember one of my son's loudly proclaiming - at the ripe old age of 3 - "Mom - look at that FAT lady!". She was immense, but took his comment with a dollop of grace and humor. She said - "He's right. I AM fat."
I was so embarrassed.
HAHA! Similar to my son who walked by a large man and said, cheerfully, "Hi, fat man!" I chided him and on the way out of the store, he said to the man, "My mommy said it's not nice to call you fat."
It's good when someone has a sense of humor it makes it less embarrassing
by Karen A. Harris 6 years ago
LOL....My son was learning to button and unbuton things. We were standing in line at Blockbuster and I wasn't paying attention. He unbuttoned my shirt...omg I was so embarrassed. I was standing in front of the clerk and everyone that was in line.
by Nikki D. Felder 7 years ago
What was your most embarrassing moment while public speaking?
by Kristen Burns-Darling 6 years ago
What is the most embarrassing thing that your child has ever said?We all know that kids say the darnedest things, and usually it is at the most inopportune of times, so what is the most embarrassing thing your little angel ever said out loud? To Whom? Can you look back and laugh about it now?
by sabu singh 8 years ago
What do we do with our neighbours dog who barks incessantly and loudly whenever he is left alone?
by Money Fairy 5 years ago
I think it is so sad that she is trying to do everything right and some idiot photographer can't even give her privacy in a stone walled gated house??? That photographer must have had to climb up a tree to get those photos just sick. Anyway will she ever have any privacy again???What a life...
by Lori Colbo 5 years ago
What has your kid said that is funny, outrageous, or flat out embarrassing?I am writing a hub on funny and cute things kids say. Love to hear what your kids have said to use in my hub.
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