The Funny and Cute Things That Kids Say: Part 2
Kids say the cutest things!
This is part 2 of the "The funny and cute things that kids say" hub series. I hope you enjoyed the first one and here are some more of the cute sayings that my sons have said over the years. Like I said, I wrote down their sayings right after they said them - whether it be at school, the workplace or in the car. I am so glad that I did that because now I can look back at the funny and sweet things my son have said to me as children growing up. I will now have to start writing down the cute things my grandchildren are saying because it's a whole new generation growing up now! I hope you enjoy the cute sayings and are inspired to start writing down things that your own kids and grand-kids say. Because you know with time we can sometimes forget what was said or done!
My sons when they were little
Writers journals to write down those cute sayings
More out of the mouthes of babes...
Alex, 11, said to my dad one day, " Grandpa, what was your last name before you married Grandma?" (9-5-1998)
Alex and I were talking one day about a kid that killed his parents and how terrible it was. 10 year old Alex looks at me with a serious look and says, "Don't worry mom. I'm not going to do that!".
My nine year was eating carrots one day and asked me this question," Carrots are good for your eyes, mom?". I said yes and he said, "Good, I can see clearer already!" (8-4-96)
My son says to me one day while we were watching the Beatles Anthology on TV," I could tell all those four people in the Beatles were hyperactive mom because they jerk around alot!" (11-18-1995)
A little note my son Nick left for me one day: "You were my strength when I was weak. You were my voice when I couldn't speak. You were my eyes when I couldn't see. I love you Mom."
12 year old Nick and I were talking about Princess Diana one day and he says, " They called her the Princess of Wales because she really liked whales, huh mom?" (8-10-98)
Alex, 11, was looking at our puppies tongue one day and says, "Mom, her tongue is attached to her mouth!" (4-21-1998)
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(Dorsi Diaz is a freelance writer/publisher, artist and photographer. She writes on a variety of subjects including design, photography and everyday life)