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To be deeply insulted by what dt2 (5) said to me this morning?

(110 Posts)
whoingodsnameami Wed 25-Mar-09 15:53:49

I was talking to her and noticed she was looking at me oddly, then she said, mum, you have teeth like spongebob!!!!!!!!

I am still traumatised.

georgiemum Wed 25-Mar-09 15:54:42

My 4.5 year old said to me... 'mummy, you have a very fat bahookie'. Lovely.

geraldinetheluckygoat Wed 25-Mar-09 15:57:26

"wobbly tummy like a jelly" here.

Pheebe Wed 25-Mar-09 15:58:23

I got told I look like a sumo wrestler shock or rather the sumo wretler looks like me

What DS1 meant was they have boobies too but DH will never ever let me forget it ... the bastard!

I am now serioulsy considering a tummy tuck and a boob job and leaving him for 3 weeks to care for a 4yo and a 2yo grin

whoingodsnameami Wed 25-Mar-09 15:58:41

Yep, I have had all the big belly insults too, but c'mon, teeth like spongebob!!!!!!!!!gringrin

MrsMerryHenry Wed 25-Mar-09 15:58:43

What's a bahookie??? Not that yours is fat, georgiemum, it's lovely. Perfectly proportioned.


Dillydaydreamer Wed 25-Mar-09 16:00:16

LOL 2yo dd said 'you have big boobs' while comparing to her own grin

Bettymum Wed 25-Mar-09 16:02:52

My beautiful 2yo niece called my sister a poisonous mushroom once grin

lal123 Wed 25-Mar-09 16:05:06

"Mummy...... Do you HAVE any bones?"

EdwardBear Wed 25-Mar-09 16:05:13

my 3 yo told me i had a hole in my bum earlier today

DanJARMouse Wed 25-Mar-09 16:06:50

bahookie - scottish for bum

Bettymum Wed 25-Mar-09 16:08:48

Yes, we all had bahookies when we were little. They're lovely things to have wink

LilRedWG Wed 25-Mar-09 16:08:57

Ah, it makes me appreciate DD (2.10), even more, who earlier announced, "Love you gorgeous Mummy".

Poor child obviously needs her eyes testing. I have a streaming cold, bruised eyes from crying, no makeup on and my hair needs a wash.

LilRedWG Wed 25-Mar-09 16:12:47

Great - I've killed a thread with my smugness. blush

Insanity Wed 25-Mar-09 16:12:50

"Jelly in my bum" here,and an ugly grumpy face in the morning.
Just as well I look in the mirror and see a yummy mummy! wink

Botbot Wed 25-Mar-09 16:14:25

DD (2.8) smelt my breath first thing this morning, and said 'eeew, I smell poo'.

[scuttles off to buy mouthwash]

zookeeper Wed 25-Mar-09 16:15:06

I, apparently,look "really weird" in the morning.

georgiemum Wed 25-Mar-09 16:15:42

The sad thing is that I am a size 8. Sometimes a 6. I am usually described as a skinny malinky.

Bahookis is a great word though.

LilRedWG Wed 25-Mar-09 16:17:18

My lovely neice said, "You're not fat Auntie LilRed.... you just have a big bottom!"

MrsMerryHenry Wed 25-Mar-09 16:18:30

Ahh...the plural 'bahookis' makes it quite clear, now. Sorry, I'm a stickler for grammatical detail. I always correct our local teens, for example, when they say 'Is it?' instead of the correct term 'Innit?'

Bahookis: great word!

muffle Wed 25-Mar-09 16:18:32

DS just collapses in laughter in the morning because I look "silly". He also says in a woeful tone - "oh mummy - look at your SORES" (zits).

The other day I wasmoaning to DP because I hadn't had time to get ready to go out and felt scruffy. Well-intentionedly DP said "DS is mummy scruffy - or pretty?" DS really gave it a lot of thought before saying "scruffy."

Rhubarb Wed 25-Mar-09 16:19:43

Everytime I put make-up dd solemny says "mummy's got panda eyes again"


fernie3 Wed 25-Mar-09 16:19:44

when i was pregnant with my third my lovely older daughter saw me getting dressed and said

"wow mummy your huge"

not my best moment


herbietea Wed 25-Mar-09 16:21:30

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PinkTulips Wed 25-Mar-09 16:21:51

was putting on mosturiser and mascara this morning and ds1 asked me; 'why have you got cream all over your face mommy?'

so i said; 'to make me look pretty, is it working?

ds1 gives this some consideration... then says 'no' and walks off shock


dd is the clever one, she tells me all the time i look 'bootiful' wink

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