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Funny stuff kids do - redbeardiam - 05-10-2012 06:26 PM
I feel like somebody tried to start this thread recently, but it got lost... or I can't find it. So, let's tell the funny stories here.
From the tub tonight:
"We're having a WATER PARK!"
Both girls are laughing hilariously in the bathroom. My darlin' wife peeked in the door and informed me that since Little Red had farted on the side of the tub, they were taking turns sitting up there and successfully making themselves repeat the phenomenon. I just about died laughing. Mrs. Redbeard was thoroughly amused, but also a little worried she'd have to clean poop out of there.
RE: Funny stuff kids do - notdrinkingthekoolaid - 05-10-2012 09:04 PM
My 2 older kids at swim lessons. It's a bit like what I would expect if I threw a cat into the pool...appendages flying everywhere. They really are improving and they love to be in the water, but coordinated is not a word I would use to describe their swim style.
RE: Funny stuff kids do - Mommy2Kids - 05-10-2012 09:29 PM
I had to take my son with me to my daughter's ballet lesson the other day. I asked what he wanted me to put on an ad from him to her for the performance program. "A, I love you!"
So today when he was screaming at her, I reminded him of what he said. "That's only when she isn't in the room!"
RE: Funny stuff kids do - Tiarali - 05-11-2012 07:30 AM
My three year old son right now loves Mike the Knight. He frequently refuses to respond to his own name, insisting instead that he is "Mike the Knight" (never just Mike). Also, he gallops everywhere. And puts a bucket on his head (his Knight's helmet). His school (daycare really) is his "Knight's school".
He's got a really good imagination, because he's just started insisting that his little sister is Evie. Also, he calls me "Queen" but I don't mind that one
RE: Funny stuff kids do - co_heir - 05-11-2012 11:24 AM
At the Christian school where I used to teach, a kindergarten teacher was dealing with one of her students who had hit another student. His excuse was, "But he hit me back first!"
RE: Funny stuff kids do - WifeofBill - 05-11-2012 11:51 AM
At swim lessons several years ago, I was sitting with the other parents while my kids swam. I was watching, but not really listening. It wasn't until the end of the second week that I realized the instructor was calling my kid the wrong name. My daughter wanted to try out a new name and told her teacher that her name was E instead of B.
RE: Funny stuff kids do - I'm not telling - 05-11-2012 12:28 PM
Since this is the fundy board....
Out of the mouths of babes. My 8 year old son had to write a letter to the preacher as part of his fundy school work thanking him for all he does. My son proceeds to tell him that someday he plans to be a preacher just like him...BUT...since he only works on Sundays and Wednesday, he plans to be a clown the rest of the week!
RE: Funny stuff kids do - redbeardiam - 05-15-2012 07:00 AM
RE: Funny stuff kids do - laurat99 - 05-15-2012 08:42 AM
Redbeard: I guess that's what Grover gets for being the Monster at the end of this book. Cute.
RE: Funny stuff kids do - Mominator - 05-15-2012 09:39 AM
It's official now. Your kids are in the "bathroom phase!" That means any and all things that happen in the bathroom are funny....farting is the funniest one though to my kids. Pooping comes next.
I have my youngest on video when she finally learned to poop in the training chair. We all said "she pooped, she pooped!" So she walked around talking in the third person.."she pooped, she pooped!"
She also loved flushing the big toilet even when she didn't go and I had to watch her or the water bill would go up.
How old are your kids?
Mine are girl 15, boy 12, and girl 9. Although now that they're older, the bathroom phase/talk stays in the bathroom. I want my kiddos to have manners.