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  #11  
Unread 06-28-2002, 07:42 PM
This is JUST what I needed to hear!

THanks sisters! Apparently 11 days is as long as I am allowed to recover from my TVH . My Dh is on the couch pouting and ignoring me , as we wait for our chinese food to be delivered. He WANTED to go to a movie , AND out to eat . When I reminded him that I was "being held together with stitches right now" he got mad and said "well, we'll just go home"
EXCUUUUUSSSSSE ME!
Thanks for hearing that rant. Anyhow , on to the funny kid stuff. One time when my oldest son was 1 and a half we were in this really LONG line to get into the drive in movie . and my son saw this hippy in a car ahead of us and said " wook , mom , it's Jesus!"
And once ,when my second one was about 1 and a half ,we were watching this show about baby animals, and they eventually showed a HUMAN baby sitting out in a field , all by itself , and my son started crying and said "that baby don't got no mom!"
This was the same kid who, at 5 in the school play when they threw popcorn to emulate SNOW, stooped down and started eating the dirty popcorn off the stage.
and last , but not least , when my youngest son was about 2 or 3 , we were in the grocery store and he was sitting in the cart , and FARTED, I said " you're supposed to say , excuse me" and without skipping a beat , he said, all incredulous, "I have to say EXCUSE ME TO MY OWN BUTT?"
It doesn't get any better than that!
These wonderful kids are now 18, 20 and 22 , and there has never been a greater joy in my life. STILL< thank GOD!
Thanks for cheering me up ya'll!
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  #12  
Unread 06-28-2002, 07:50 PM
One from my Granddaughter

My Mom and I had driven the 200 miles up to Jacksonville to visit my oldest son, his wife, and my darling 2-year-old granddaughter, Destiny.

One morning, my Mom and I were in the kitchen while Destiny played on the kitchen floor with her toys. My mom suddenly passed gas.
(She was taking Gas-X.)

Little Destiny looked up and said, "Gramma fawted." I almost choked on my coffee!
  #13  
Unread 08-08-2002, 10:39 PM
Funniest things your kids have done

These stories are too funny! I needed to laugh. Here's a couple of mine:

My youngest daughter calls my dh "underwear man" because he's the only boy in our house and he wears underwear (thank goodness he doesn't wear panties!!! ) . Anyway, in Sunday School they were talking about people who have titles like Dr., Mr., etc. and one boy told about his daddy who was the eye doctor. My daughter pipes up and tells the entire class that her daddy is the "underwear Man". Her teachers nearly died laughing (even funnier is the fact that her daddy is the preacher!).

When my oldest daughter was about 3 we went to the football pep rally and watched a girl get crowned Homecoming Queen. Several weeks later we were shopping and we ran into the same girl and visited for a minute. As we walked away, my daughter remarked that when she grows up, she wants to be just like that girl--the Dairy Queen! It was hilarious!
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  #14  
Unread 08-10-2002, 05:43 PM
Funniest things your kids have done

When my DS was about 4 he had some hearing loss (from repeated ear infections) that caused him to mix up certain words. One day we were at the grocery store and ran into one of DH's clients. We spoke a moment and introduced the children. As I wheeled the cart away my DS asked in a loud voice, "is that one of Daddy's clowns. That was 18 years ago. What is really funny after those years of word confusion he graduated from Bayor University this year with a Linguistics degree.

When by little sister was 3 we were talking about French words. The word boudoir, which means bedroom, came up. My sister announced excitedly that she knew what that meant. My mother asked her what it meant and she said, "boudoir is a grown up playroom." I thought my mother was going to die laughing right there.
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Unread 08-16-2002, 10:16 PM
Funny Thing My DD did

Hi,

I ws just remembering back when my twin girls were about 5 years old. One morning my hubby and I were sitting in bed, just talking with the door closed. One dd pulled the door wide open, put her hands on her hips and announced:

"I know what you two have been doing! You've been having
s-i-x!




Patches1
  #16  
Unread 08-17-2002, 01:13 PM
Funniest things your kids have done

I have a spare bedroom that is for my grandchildren when they stay over. We had out of town company and my nephew stayed in that room. The room is always clean and every thing in it's place. When my oldest Grandson came over to visit while the company was here, he went to his room and said Grandmom, what happened to my room?? (It had clothes thrown everywhere from my nephew and socks and shoes, you know how teenage boys are) I said Vincent happened to your room!! Joel was only 4 at the time and we all got a big laugh out of it.
  #17  
Unread 08-18-2002, 06:41 PM
Grown Up Kids

I was sitting at my desk, typing a response to someone here on Hyster Sisters the other night and listening to my DD, age 20, and my youngest DS, age 19, talking.

They were carrying on a very mature conversation with each other about work and other grown-up issues, and I thought how wonderful it was to hear them conversing with each other in a such an adult manner.

Suddenly, one of them let out a belch that rattled the windows! I almost fell out of my chair laughing at how quickly that "mature" illusion had just evaporated. It was literally "Gone With the Wind" in seconds.
  #18  
Unread 08-21-2002, 08:10 AM
funny things

Funny is so often embarrassing.....

My oldest children's (ages 10 and 7) father lives in Texas and every year we meet 1/2 way in Tennessee to"exchange" the kids for the summer for his visitation. My ex husband happened to stay at a hotel this year that has a pool. The kids wanted me to stay and go swimming with them all. I explained to my 7 year old that I couldn't (i was on my period at the time - before my TAH on 7-30-02 - no more of those excuses yeah ) anyway - after a "7 year old" conversation about why i was bleeding from "down there" - she seemed satisfied with my answer.

Well - we got to the hotel - my kids went swimming (including my ex) and she pipes up..."mom, aren't you gonna come swimming? Oh yeah - thats right - your bleeding" - I about fell over. Mind you, my daughter is NOT a quiet child - I swear her voice echoed......

I laughed afterward till it hurt - but it was just a little embarrassing at the time.......

Vicki
  #19  
Unread 08-21-2002, 09:30 AM
kid stuff

I don't know if this counts, but it's a classic in our family. When my dd was much younger, she loved the little mermaid Ariel and would draw pictures, write stories and talk about her constantly as if she was real. Not wanting to discourage her fantasies, we all went along with it. One day she asked her great-grandfather "did God make mermaids?" Frantically nodding our heads at him behind her back, he very seriously replied, "yes, just not very many."
  #20  
Unread 08-21-2002, 04:21 PM
Funniest things your kids have done

I was reading along and could not think of any funny storys. (I have many 'brain fade' moments. Then I came upon ashley's (?) post about her son and my memory kicked in.

When my DS was about 4 years old, we were shopping in a local department store. In the middle of the store, he passed gas......very loudly. Then he stood there with the most innocent face and very loudly asked, "mom, aren't you going to say excuse me"? Needless to say I thought I would die on the spot of embrassment.
Now he has a 4 year old son............and I am just waiting for my son to have a turn at being morified.
My DS and wife had a daughter this year on 6/25. So....Yes...I am a very happy g-mother.
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