06-13-2013 10:14 AM - edited 06-13-2013 10:14 AM
07-12-2013 09:52 PM
I have a couple of good ones!
- Recently my son turned 3 years old, and we had his party a few days before his birthday. Everytime someone told him happy birthday, he would smile beautifully, and in a sing song tone say, "Not yet!" By the end of the day, everyone was telling him, "Happy Birthday-Not-Yet!"
-The other day we were walking into the grocery store, and I told my son that because we were in the parking lot he had to hold "a grown-up's hand." He held both his hands together in front of his chest, locking fingers, and told me he was a "baby grown-up." Obviously he didn't need to hold my hand. Haha.
07-13-2013 04:51 AM
Layla's too little to say anything pretty embarassing yet.. butttttt she is no stranger to "doing" something totally embarassing..
When she was about 5 weeks old, I went to visit my old job. At that time, my "milk makers" were overproducing, and I barely fit into my tops, and I liked to wear v cut shirts for easy nursing access. Well, my "head hauncho" boss was there that day and he stopped to talk to me about how cute Layla was, and how proud of me he was (I had been an employee there for 7 years when I left to have layla, it was my first job, i started at age 17). Well, as he finished saying that, layla grabbed my shirt and yanked down, exposing my wonderful nursing BBs to my old boss. He turned red, laughed it off and said "oh i remember when my kids would do that to my wife..." type of thing, and excused himself. I however turned 4 shades of red, cracked up laughing and juggled a baby around to holster those BBs back into my shirt. Our secretary and I laughed for another 5 minutes on how i just "flashed the boss".
I still have a hard time looking Mr. C in the eye when i run into him in the grocery store, but it definitely makes for a great laugh. =))
07-25-2013 05:51 PM
I was giving my 2 1/2 year old daughter a bath. As I cleaned her body parts, I would say "one foot, and the other foot; one leg and the other leg, one arm and the other arm." She then took over and said, "one belly and the other belly". I bursted out laughing because as she sits her belly "bunches up" and forms a fold, which she thought of it as two bellies. Cutest thing!!!!
07-30-2013 01:22 PM - edited 07-30-2013 01:23 PM
I am expecting our 2nd child in a couple of weeks. When dropping off my 3 year old son, Gavin, at daycare yesterday a teacher asked him where his baby brother was. His response was "still in mommy's belly" as he points to my belly. Then he was asked when the baby was going to come out. Without hesitation he responded "any minute".
Maybe he knows something we don't or the prep work we have done thus far has been more absorbed than we thought. I hope you get a kick out of this as much as I did.