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 Post subject: Re: Kids say the darnedest things 2.0
PostPosted: Mon Oct 28, 2013 12:02 pm 
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From the back seat this morning - "Uncle Sheep! Read it! Firefighter book!" Which is Henry's way of asking his lovey, Uncle Sheep, to read to him.


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One from a few weeks ago, grey and Nate went on a bike ride

Grey: mama, I wheelie!
Me: you did a wheelie?
Grey: hell yeah!

From the other morning

Me: bye papa, I love you
Grey: bye papa, I love...Frankie-stein!


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Kiddo was playing restaurant today. He told me he had food for me, and said, "It's pasta with vegetables. That will be $15." Damn kid, already learning to rip off the vegan.


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I was mad at Ada today for some reason and she sang "If you feel so mad that you want to roar take a deep breath and count to four." It's a song from Daniel Tigers Neighborhood.


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 Post subject: Re: Kids say the darnedest things 2.0
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I was mad at Ada today for some reason and she sang "If you feel so mad that you want to roar take a deep breath and count to four." It's a song from Daniel Tigers Neighborhood.

We know that one! Other favorites in our house include: "When you have to go potty, stop and go right away" and "Grown-ups come back."

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We sing "grown-ups come back" ALL THE TIME.
There's also one that's like "just try it, you might like it," but it doesn't seem to do any magic on Malka.


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Leela is dreaming and yelling "ME BAKE COOKIES!!!!" in her sleep.

We are having a little party, and I ask her who is coming, and she says "Lo-lo, Malka, Miles and HUMMUS!!!!!" So vegan.

She also picked her own birthday cupcake out of VCTOTW - the cookie cupcakes. And then found B's secret Oreo stash and demanded he bring them to me. She has never had Oreos before, but she knew they were cookies, because we talked about them when we looked at the pictures!

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Me (just kind of narrating things out loud because I spend too much time with toddlers): Right, let's just park the car...
5yo: (pointing to stranger in the carpark) Why not ask that girl to park it for us?

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poopiebitch wrote:
sashi wrote:
I was mad at Ada today for some reason and she sang "If you feel so mad that you want to roar take a deep breath and count to four." It's a song from Daniel Tigers Neighborhood.

We know that one! Other favorites in our house include: "When you have to go potty, stop and go right away" and "Grown-ups come back."

Yes, those get sung quite often around here too. The potty one in particular. But she doesn't use the potty. Only sits on it fully clothed and then runs and washes her hands when she's done sitting.
Ariann, we try the "you have to try new foods cause they might taste good" but it never works for Ada either. She did share something at the playground the other day, or rather another kid grabbed her doll from her, and I told her she did a good job sharing. And she said "we have to take turns" which she says she saw on Daniel Tiger. As you can tell this show is her current obsession.


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 Post subject: Re: Kids say the darnedest things 2.0
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Also, I find it a bit sad when Ada is just standing around singing "grownups come back" because I feel like she misses her dad who's at work or thinking about me leaving her at school. Or I'm just crazy and she's just singing it for the heck of it.


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The other day we were eating apple crumble that my mum made. Well, J and I were eating apple crumble. R was eating too, but pretending it was cauliflower and tofu...

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 Post subject: Re: Kids say the darnedest things 2.0
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The other day we were eating apple crumble that my mum made. Well, J and I were eating apple crumble. R was eating too, but pretending it was cauliflower and tofu...


Ha ha ha.

This morning M (almost 2) was out in the back yard playing with this massive toy sword one of our neighbors gave us. I asked him what he was doing and he said "using knife! Cutting up celery! And cucumbers!"

Vegan as fork, son.

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 Post subject: Re: Kids say the darnedest things 2.0
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When they do any sort of art work at preschool they always ask the kids what they are drawing/painting/etc and write it on the paper. Last week there was a picture that Ada drew and it was labeled "a picture". Today when I dropped her off I looked at her leaf project (gluing leaves they brought in on paper) and it was labeled "a pile of leaves". It's just funny because all of the other drawings and projects from the other kids have really random stuff written on them.


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 Post subject: Re: Kids say the darnedest things 2.0
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So I went to see my friend's kid (6) perform her figure skating routine, which was a duo performance with her dad (whom I also adore). It was the cutest freaking thing, they skated to 'Sweet Child of Mine'. Anyways, the whole event was a competition, with a judges panel and stuff, but there was no one else in her skill level (beginner) that was also a duo, so they automatically got awarded first place. Later she says: "Winning first place is a lot of hard work". LUV

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Kid: Hmmmm. TWO COOKIES!

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Henry got up from playing, walked over, turned around so his back was to me and announced "There's a poop in there." Luckily he meant in his diaper.


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We have been practising people's names a bit lately, so I should perhaps not have been surprised when R declared yesterday that "My name is Fart." (Ja hetej putt.)

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Iz has had a few good ones lately.

"I wish I had a little sister. I have a little brother, but I want a little sister. Or a big sister."

This was a joke he thought up:
"Why does the blanket have lifes? Because it wanted to die!"

"If we get a cat, let's name it TitTit." (He has a stuffed cat named KitKit, so I guess he was just rhyming it?)

Him: "What kind of plants grow in November?"
Me: "I don't know, what kind?"
Him: "Maybe weeds."

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My 3-year-old cousin serenaded our family at Thanksgiving dinner by flailing with a pink toy guitar and screaming something that was probably words to a country song. Whenever anyone asked what he was singing, he would start over.


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The Magician toddles over with a grocery bag.

Me: where are you going?
M: grocery store?
Me: oh yeah? What will you buy there?
M: sausage and hats.

(Vegan sausage, natch.)

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