My Kids Say The Darnedest Things!

In the midst of crazy parenting days things can happen quite unexpectedly. And sometimes those things can throw us into uncontrollable fits of giggles. You know what I’m talking about… You’re doing your best to keep hold of your sanity, herding children like a troop of wild animals, trying to figure out how to discipline in the moment, when suddenly one of the wild animals realizes that you’re about to lose your head and does something so outrageously cute and funny you can’t help but burst out in laughter… Now sometimes these things can be quite gross as well… How on earth do kids come up with some of this stuff?

Here are a few of the “funnies” that have come out of my kids’ mouths!

  • One particular day Bum was giving her cute little backside a scratch. So I gently say to her: “Hey, stop scratching.” Her reply, “Ooh, Mom, smell my fingers!” πŸ™‚ SERIOUSLY?
  • HULK was staring at his father, quite intently, while he was shaving one morning. Without warning, he piped up: “Pappa, can I be as hairy as you one day, and have a moustache too?” (His dad is in no way hairy) πŸ™‚
  • Bum has this thing for my breasts. She is always telling me how nice and soft they are – haha – blush… She was in one of those moods, when anything goes, and politely said: “Mommy, please, please, please can I have boobies like you when I’m big?” πŸ™‚
  • My husband and I were enjoying a little (maybe not so little) kiss in the kitchen one morning. The kids were eating their breakfast. Sir quite disgusted looked at his brother and said – Oh GROSS – they are acting all married and stuff! Β Say what?
  • We were recently immigrated and were driving somewhere, the HULK shouted out – Mom, look, it’s Spidermans Flag, it’s all red, white and blue – American Flag .. Whoops..
  • Pappa was running out the door, on his way to work, the rest of us quit happily sitting around. Bum shouts out – Hey Pappa – don’t forget mommies wine. πŸ™‚ – Oh dear..
  • Putting Daisy and Bum to bed explaining that they are big girls now and will always share bedrooms even until they are 20 – Bum quite fiercely tells me that she is not 20, she is only 3 and does not want to share!
  • Another Bum moment – she is on the toilet and shouts out to the rest of us – hey guys, I poo’d a big one, pee’d as well, just like a rainbow.. (Not sure how those go together – but hey, in that moment – it worked for her!)
  • The Hulk is wearing a crown he made at school – he runs up to Pappa and in a demanding voice says – you are my servant bow to me now! hahaha
  • SIr is really growing up Β – trying to explain to the HULK and Bum that what they were fighting about was ridiculous. He puts his teachers voice on – “Well actually mom – I think they have a point” – Are you kidding me right now buddy?
  • Disciplining Bum – I’m doing the usual countdown – she puts her hand up – “Stop mom – OK OK, I’ll think about it” … WHAT???

My oh my, these kids keep me on my toes..

I’m sure there are many more hilarious stories like these! Care to share?

I truly hope you got a good giggle out of these!

With Love

One Messy Mama


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30 thoughts on “My Kids Say The Darnedest Things!

  1. So sweet, I love the things kids say! My daughter, like Sir, thinks she’s all grown up now she has two baby brothers. She (6yrs old) loves to give advice like “Mom, I think they’re hungry.” or “I think you need to change their diaper.” Thanks for checking up on my parenting deary!

  2. Haha love it! Love the things kids come out with … my three year old daughter likes to patiently explain things to me as though I have no idea what I’m doing. Lol. Fun times! #bigpinklink

  3. I love when kids come out with these things! My two year old is coming out with a lot of depressing phrases at the moment – mostly “It’s my fault” and “I can’t do ANYTHING” with dramatic head flop! #familyfun

  4. Yesterday one daughter told me I looked SO GOOD (she is in fourth grade so practically grown in her mind.) The middle child chimed in very loudly in front of parents and teachers and said “That is because mom is clean today!)

    Thanks kids.

  5. Kids do say the darnedest things. My older girl has been playing mummy and putting her younger sister on time-out for no reason. And the funniest thing is that the younger one actually sits quietly without protest. Meanwhile, I’m quite happy because that gives me some peace and quiet – even if it’s for a few minutes.

  6. Oh I love that last one, isn’t that the dream answer? or did you feel as though you got played ha?! I loved the don’t forget Mummies wine and the Spiderman flag, that really did make me chuckle. I love some of things kids say, so sweet and innocent! Thanks for sharing at #FamilyFun, hope you can come back next week xx

  7. Haha love this I love the hilarious things kids say my daughter comes up with so many each day but then I totally forget what they say #mumbrain. Gotta love them! Thanks for linking up to #coolmumclub lovely xx

  8. I love the things kids say – they always make me giggle! Mine make me fall about laughing so much and quite often they are being dead serious so I have to try and make myself look serious too so they don’t get upset – then laugh myself silly when they have left! #brillblogposts

  9. Ha ha ha this is awesome!! You should have a look at Littlehearts Big Love who runs a linky called From the Mouths of Babes which is all about the funny things our kids come out with. Mine is still babbling though manages Mummy No!!
    Thanks for linking to #ablogginggoodtime

  10. The things they come out with are so funny aren’t they?! Lately I’ve had lots of laughs listening to my two telling each other off using words that I use, e.g. “That is NOT ACCEPTABLE!” So funny.

  11. Amaaaaaze lol lol. I think the boob one and the finger in the bum asking you to smell one are just …..irreplaceable. This post is real life haha. Oh also the one about mummies wine, can never forget that!! I’m excited for Bear to start talking but at the same time a little nervous haha, who knows what I have said in front of him, it definitely can’t be good haha! Thanks for the laugh and sharing with #StayClassyMama!

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