Happy topic! What's the funniest thing your kids/relatives have said/done???

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   Posted 11/15/2009 2:36 PM (GMT -6)   
Hello everyone! I decided to try to start a happy topic! Like the subject says, What's the funniest thing your kids/relatives have said/done? I'll share mine first!

I have a 2 year little boy named Jaden, and one day, he decided to take all of his block out of his bucket and wear it around the house on his head! Of course, he couldn't see, and was bumping into walls and door frames all over the house! He would just fall down, laugh, get back up, and do it all over again! It cracked me up! LOL

Now it's your turn! We should get a kick out of these! LOL

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   Posted 11/15/2009 2:46 PM (GMT -6)   
when I was in Michigan with my daughter (Hubby was deployed USAF) and I was coming home from the store, I
had just hit a speed bump and heard something fall and I said, "there goes my squirt" when my daughter (3yrs old at that time) cried out
"I'm still here mommy"...made me laugh all the way home..

Squirt is a lemon/lime type soda/pop drink, sold in the north USA...
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   Posted 11/15/2009 2:51 PM (GMT -6)   
I've had Squirt before! That stuff is pretty good! That would have made me laugh too! The things that come out of children's mouths, I swear! LOL
No diagnosis yet!

Pain issues: Pain in neck and upper/lower back, chest/ribcage pain, Degenerative joint disease in both knees, migraine headaches, very painful menstrual cramping, pelvic pain.

Still in the process of being diagnosed! Wish me luck!


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   Posted 11/15/2009 4:27 PM (GMT -6)   

My brother made an electric boat for his 4th grade science fair project and used my tampons for bumpers.  Yes...the teacher did call my mother.


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   Posted 11/15/2009 4:39 PM (GMT -6)   
When my son was about 2 years old (he's almost 10 now) I was having a day where no matter what I wore I felt fat (eventhough I was very slim at the time and wish I still was that slim grrr)and I told my boyfriend that I felt like a cow, and he reassured me that I didnt look like a cow.

Well...my son was sitting there playing on the floor and I asked him if he thought mommy looked like cow and he said "no mommy.....(long pause and thinking hard)....you look like an elephant!!!". It was so funny I couldnt stop laughing for hours and I think my bf about wet his pants laughing so hard.

Also not too long ago my 7 year old daughter was at my firend's house playing games on her computer with her and my daughter saw a book laying there and freaked out and asked my friend why she had a "naughty" book, and my friend was shocked, and kept asking my daughter what she was talking about cause she had no "naughty" book. SO my daughter grabbed this book that said on the cover "NOTE" book, and some how got the word "note" to pronounce "naughty" (No-Tee)....my friend called me laughing so hard, so now we always make inside jokes about her "naughty" book.

And my other favorite thing was 2 years ago we where gonna take a family trip with my parents to the oregon coast which is a good 6 plus hour drive from where we live and my dad was talking about taking the bikes, so we could ride them around the beach and my daughter thought my dad was talking about us riding our bikes all the way to the coast from home...


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   Posted 11/15/2009 5:39 PM (GMT -6)   
I'm gonig to have to think about this one, as I don't have children (but many in the extended family), however I'm still ROFL at picturing the boat Donna's brother made with the tampons!

PaLady :-)

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   Posted 11/15/2009 5:45 PM (GMT -6)   
    As a child, we used to have devotions at the supper table, and each of us kids had to pray a prayer. Our church group adopted a woman in a old-folks home, and her nickname to us, was Aunt Grace. Well needless to say when it came to our turn to pray, we always asked God to bless her. Well, it was my little brothers turn for prayer, and of course he asked God to "Please Bless Aunt Grace" ....Well Aunt Grace passed away one day.....and my mother stopped my little brother in the middle of his prayer and informed him that Aunt Grace had passed away,.....with that, my brother bowed his back down, and said "Dear God Please don't Bless Aunt Grace"......my mother laugh for a week after that! :)
    Mom, Thanks for suggesting this! Fun!

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   Posted 11/15/2009 5:52 PM (GMT -6)   
Hahaha; last week my sister very seriously informed me that the world will end in 2012.

Turns out it was an ad for a movie she had seen on tv.
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   Posted 11/15/2009 5:55 PM (GMT -6)   
OH my goodness! I am ROFLing at all these funny stories! I needed to laugh today and these are just the ticket! LOL

Another time that I can think of is when I was 4 years old. My family talks about this every Thanksgiving so it's pretty fitting for the season. At Thanksgiving dinner with my family, for as long as I can remember, my Uncle Wayne has said prayer before we eat. This particular year, my grandfather (Papaw to me lol) asked me to say the blessing, I guess because I was the first and only grandchild at the time. So I bowed my head, as did the rest of the family, and I said "Dear God, Have a nice day! Amen." That has been a joke in our family since then!
No diagnosis yet!

Pain issues: Pain in neck and upper/lower back, chest/ribcage pain, Degenerative joint disease in both knees, migraine headaches, very painful menstrual cramping, pelvic pain.

Still in the process of being diagnosed! Wish me luck!


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   Posted 11/15/2009 6:36 PM (GMT -6)   
Oh man.  I am still laughing about Donna's story.  That is so hysterical. 
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   Posted 11/16/2009 4:42 PM (GMT -6)   
My tale is long and I didn't have time yesterday to share but.......here goes----
We have a granddaughter that is 5 and in kindergarten, Emily, and she was a serious pacifer sucker until she was 4. I could of cared less if she sucked it they rarely take it to school. Anyway she came to spend the night with me when grampy was out of town so she slept with me too. When she went in to brush her teeth she opened the drawer with the toothpaste and there lay probably 5-6 pacifiers that I hadn't thrown away yet. She looked at me and said, "Oh grammy I don't suck these anymore I'm a big girl", and proceeded to throw them in the kitchen waste basket. Several weeks later she stayed with us again and she found another one and this time she said," I think I'll keep this one and play with my babies with it", I said it was okay. At bedtime she came in the room where she and I had been watching a movie and she had her paci and she said, "grammy I want to do it?" Eyes wide and sort of excited and I told her I didn't care it didn't matter to me. She proceeded to look all about the room, she closed the master bedroom bathroom door, the door to the hall, all of the blinds were closed. She looked at me and said, "grammy can God see us?" and I said yes he can, he sees and knows everything. She said "how can He the doors are closed and the blinds are closed!" I told her He probably wouldn't care if she wanted to suck it for awhile. She did but not for long, she was already a big girl. I just wanted to roar with laughter but knew I couldn't but that was what comes to mind when I try to think of something funny.

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   Posted 11/17/2009 9:52 PM (GMT -6)   
I had a 2 yr old boy visiting me and when I went to cook he came over and told me, in a very serious voice, as if it was the most important thing in the world, "HOT!"
We also came up with a new game. He gets underfoot in the kitchen, and I started pointing emphatically at the door and saying, "SHOO!" He repeats it, along with the pointing, then goes and brings me a shoe.

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   Posted 11/18/2009 10:07 AM (GMT -6)   
When my youngest son was 3, he was in the living room with us and the news was on. They were discussing serial killers. He seemed very interested in the story and I didn't pay too much attention to it. After the news, my son seemed a little upset and stressed. He came to me and asked, "Mom, how do they kill people with cereal?"

Same kid - my husband came home from work one day and went to my son (then about 11) and said "I talked to your teacher today, do you want to tell me something?" Then my son proceeded to tell on himself about something trivial at school that day. My husband never talked to his teachers, but he continued to do this about once a month for years, and it worked every time! He's 19 now and it still works! The "teacher" can be almost any adult he knows. He just keeps spilling his guts everytime. We may tell him the truth when he's 30...
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