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Cute things your children say!

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sugarandspicenotsonice Sun 16-Dec-18 16:08:01

My toddler calls his backpack his packet and his trouser legs his sleeves, Father Christmas is farmer Christmas and he says brooksoost for breakfast! Picnic is pink pink!

tinofbeans Sun 16-Dec-18 20:22:10

My DS is a bit older than yours, but if you ask him why he's done something, we often get the response 'that's what littletins do!' He also has shouted 'the crowd went wild!' after playing a good shot at his tennis lessons..

ohchristmastreeoh Sun 16-Dec-18 20:30:53

My 4 year old says 'I'd like to do that for a wild' and 'what you said' instead of pardon!

1MillionSelfiesTakenByMyKids Sun 16-Dec-18 20:38:29

My six year old just held up a grape and stated it to be a wet raisin . Can't fault his logic. Found it amusing at the time but maybe you had to be there (and in a state of hysterical tiredness)...

Youmatter Sun 16-Dec-18 20:44:23

On a family holiday to Spain with lots of stags.. my sister and her family were sat in the middle of the plane, we were at the back..

We took off in dead silence my nephew screamed my name and said ‘WE HAVE LIFT OFF WOOOOOOOOOOO’

He went down an absolute storm with the stags and they all screamed ‘touchdown’ when we landed. He felt like an absolute celebrity leaving the plane

kayakingmum Sun 16-Dec-18 20:46:02

Eeeeee for cheese. She's 19 months.

stressedtiredbuthappy Sun 16-Dec-18 20:48:42

"Turn it on back again" and "I can do it by all myself". Cracks me up. There's loads more I just can't think. She's 2 1/2.

Herecomesmyhero Sun 16-Dec-18 20:49:51

My toddler askes for a cuggle, rather than a cuddle smile

Solongtoshort Sun 16-Dec-18 22:32:22

My 3 yo says "my love you" and loads of other things which melt my heart. The above is my favorite.

She says ever a lot too. Best day ever, biggest breakfast ever, nicest dress ever.

She makes my day.

gladiatorgirl Sun 16-Dec-18 22:53:34

My daughter had an underbrella when it rained. Made perfect sense.Still calls it that now she's 36

Theonewiththecat Sun 16-Dec-18 22:58:59

I quite often used to find dd playing snookel (snooker) in her bedroom, she used all sorts of things as the balls, and her microphone stand was the cue.

She once had a bad cold, she was really bunged up, she got really upset because her snorkel was blocked 😂

StressedToTheMaxx Sun 16-Dec-18 22:59:27

My ds says pyjamees instead if pyjamas
It's very cute

SPR1107 Sun 16-Dec-18 23:07:09

My 2.4 month old puts my bra on his head and says 'I'm wearing Mummies boobies'.

Whenever he opens the fridge or a cupboard be says 'hmmm now this is interesting'

MysweetAudrina Sun 16-Dec-18 23:09:05

My ds asked me one day, aren't some dogs bastards? I had no idea what he meant until I figured out he meant bitches.

Armchairanarchist Sun 16-Dec-18 23:16:47

"Look mummy a rainbow fell in the puddle." It made me smile at the beauty she saw in oil film on water.

Theweasleytwins Sun 16-Dec-18 23:19:01

My dt call post 'toast' should correct them but its so cute

My dd says 'mumma you boofle' im not but it makes me melt when she says it

TheSheepofWallSt Sun 16-Dec-18 23:20:14

Bumped into an old friend today, who was rushing for a train, hurried hellos, exclaim over the baby etc. Friend says must dash, miss the train blah blah. DS (2) staring down the concourse suddenly chirps “well! There goes the choo choo!”
She had indeed just missed the train.

He also says “heavens to Betsy!” (Thanks great grandma) and when he’s tired will say “mummy you need get me comfy!” grin

TheSheepofWallSt Sun 16-Dec-18 23:21:07

Ah and if you ask his name you either get his full name or “I’m GORRJUSSSS”.

He is, and doesn’t he just know it...

LakeFlyPie Sun 16-Dec-18 23:27:05

These are always cute, as my DC have grown older they are more of a rarity but I enjoyed DS2 (7) singing "Camelly faithful" with great gusto last week. He obviously hadn't read the words 😁

stillreadviz Sun 16-Dec-18 23:27:05

My toddler says his juice has 'fallen' when he spills it, cracks me up & I just can't be cross!

orangesandlemmings Sun 16-Dec-18 23:27:17

DS calls clothes "clowes" and often can't find his clo if he means just one item

Also calls his toys by exactly what they look like and boy do you get an eye roll from him if you suggest something as stupid as cuddles or fluffy etc - "it is a DOG!!!" Or whatever

Rufus27 Sun 16-Dec-18 23:29:00

DS insists the moon is a kite and says, ‘night night kite’ to it every night.

fillymango Sun 16-Dec-18 23:30:59

This may out me but ds calls flamingoes fillymangoes
They can't ever be anything else now!

GreenMeerkat Sun 16-Dec-18 23:35:40

My 5yo DD thinks that my first name is 'Mummy' and that my actual first name is my middle Name, so it's cute when she tries to say my 'full name'.

PastaSauceHoarder Sun 16-Dec-18 23:39:46

My 18 month old points to her toothbrush and says "teef teef!" when she wants to brush her teeth. smile

Recently shes noticed all of the Christmas lights on the tree/houses/in shops and she gets all excited and says "Wow! Wow! WOW!!"

Today I took my clothes off to get into the bath with her and she said "Witwoo!" 😂

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