The Designer Baby Show is fast approaching (15th November) .....I've been working like crazy so I'm hoping that someone might take pity and buy off me. I've got 3 pairs of tickets to give away and all you have to do is let me know the funniest thing that you've heard a little person call something or someone - all inspired by Toby shouting "Hello Titty" every time he sees Hello Kitty (well its funny to me) he also says "cock cock" when he means 'knock knock' - a filthy mind you might think but at the moment its endless hours of fun for us but I really hope it stops soon.......
So if you'd like to come and can make the journey to The Spirit Conference Centre, Berkshire then comment away! I'll pick someone, well when I see a good enough amount of entries!
I was explaining to my five year old boy that girls don't have willies, and he replied 'Never mind Mummy, I will buy you one'.ReplyDelete
Following on from Susan's comment - when my daughter was three and was in the bath with her two older brothers...she said "When I'm five, I'll have a willy too, just like J and D, won't I mummy?"ReplyDelete
And then there was the day 3 year old J and his little girlfriend had been playing in the paddling pool all day. Little girlfriend saw Daddy in the loo later. "OOOOh look mummy - Daddy has a willy just like J!!!"ReplyDelete
moving away from the naughties...my daughter had a glass of squash - but she didn't think it was full enough. "More, mummy - I want my glass filled to the waistband!"ReplyDelete
My then 5 year old complaining about his little brother “Mummy, Charlie bited the littlest thumb at the bottom of my body.” (it took us a while to realise he meant his little toe).ReplyDelete
hmmm - just realised I went slightly off topic in some of my suggestions. ooops.ReplyDelete
how about my daughter describing grandad's growing bald patch..."his head's getting too big for his hair"
nifty - me thinks you need a whole blog dedicated to the wise words of meerkat children! are they all sane now?! huge thank you for the comments....ReplyDelete
My little girl likes to lift up her top and show people her "bunny button". She has just turned 2.ReplyDelete
cute!! bunny button - at dance class toby was asked to shake his bottom but all he did was show his belly button!ReplyDelete
Anna is 6. She saw a new born baby this week and asked if it had a brain.ReplyDelete