Skip to main content
Mrs.T.to.Be
Super September 2011

Kids say the funniest things!

Mrs.T.to.Be, on July 15, 2011 at 1:50 PM Posted in Community Conversations 0 37
Saved
Reply

Fun post! Have children you know or your own kids said something super cute and totally out there lately?

I had to share this one. My future nephew is 6, and we have asked him to be our ring barrer for our wedding. When we asked him, he pulls us aside from our other family members present and asks "does this mean I have to wear a BEAR costume"? SOOO cute Smiley smile

37 Comments

Latest activity by Jeff, on March 22, 2012 at 2:53 AM
  • Kimi K
    Master February 2012
    Kimi K ·
    • Flag

    Hahahaha that is too stinkin' cute!!

    My story is about my little brother.... poor thing grew up with two big sisters and we all had to share a bathroom. When I was about 13 I started my cycle and started keeping the tampex in the cabnet. Well... my brother was about 5 at the time and my mom heard him yell "OH YESSS!!!!!" then he ran downstairs with his little hands full of 'them' and he yelled: "MOM!!! YOU KNOW THOSE LIGHTSTICK THINGIES?!?! I FOUND TONS OF THEM IN OUR BATHROOM!!!!! CAN I USE THEM?!?!!!" To this day my mom sister and I call tampons lightsticks. hahahaha

    • Reply
  • CandiM
    VIP June 2011
    CandiM ·
    • Flag

    My 9 year old called me the other day, they are spending the summer with their dad. My 9 year old and my 11 year old wouldn't let the other talk, kept talking over each other. So I told my 9 year old "look, when he is talking you don't talk and when you are talking he doesn't talk. Got it? Now tell your brother what I said"

    He paused and said to his brother "mommy said I am her favorite son."

    Smiley smile I laughed out loud.

    • Reply
  • Dani
    Super January 2013
    Dani ·
    • Flag

    My brother is trying to potty train my niece. Now, every time I go to the bathroom, she cheers and claps. It makes me giggle.

    • Reply
  • alicja & justin
    Super September 2011
    alicja & justin ·
    • Flag

    LOL Kids are funny.

    Last time we were visiting my parents in Poland my friend's 4 yr old daughter was glued to Justin. You need to know that he doesn't speak polish and she kept talking to him and following him everywhere. I know this little girl since she was born and it was the first time she met Justin. One day she showed up at my parents back yard and asked my dad: "where is your son and this lady that's with him?" LOL I guess I'm no longer a family ...

    • Reply
  • Cavan
    VIP January 2012
    Cavan ·
    • Flag

    I was going to university when my daughter was three. I told her I wanted to be an archeologist (although that didn't end up happening). She didn't know what that was so I used the simplest explanation I could and told her that it's somebody who goes and digs up bones.

    She looked up at me and said "you want to be a puppy?"

    • Reply
  • Mrs. Lesenski
    VIP September 2010
    Mrs. Lesenski ·
    • Flag

    My two year old neice "feeds" the piggy. (her piggy bank). She goes around asking everyone "You got piggies?" (pennies). The other night she was enjoying entertaining everyone and filling up her piggy bank. When we ran out of change she ran to her grandma's room (MY MIL) and grabbed a ziplock bag full of coins. she yelled "Grandma, feed piggy!"

    • Reply
  • tram
    Super November 2010
    tram ·
    • Flag

    I was watching my Sis 2 kids one day and while I was on the kitchen I heard the 4 yrs old screamed n cried. Went out and to check on them and the boy was crying n he couldn't talk. His 5 yrs old Sis was standing a lil further away looking down at the ground so I asked her...

    'Emily why is Ryan crying?'

    She looked at me and said in a very serious voice 'well he pinched me so I smacked him! '

    It was just too hilarious to me that she used the word smacked. I still don't know where she learned it from

    • Reply
  • Shaquaya
    Expert April 2012
    Shaquaya ·
    • Flag

    My mom asked my 5 year old if she wanted to be her boyfriend and he said with the most serious face ever "Ugh, you're gonna make me throw up!" hahahaha I died!

    • Reply
  • J
    Master November 2011
    J&R ·
    • Flag

    These are all hysterical, but as a dog lover, I can't help laughing at cavan29's. That's great!!

    I can't think of my nephews' greatest hits right now, but the most recent was pretty funny. My mother, his grandmother, "explained" saving and investing to the 6 y.o. in some pretty exaggerated terms, and while she wasn't exactly accurate, she definitely got him focused on saving and investing his money. (He has $100 saved up from multiple birthday and holiday cards.)

    FFW a few months, to the first time my nephews met FH. They both adore him, especiallyt he 6 y.o. THEN my nephew found out that my FH works in investments, and promptly asked if FH could turn his $100 into $1 million, preferably by next week. Yeah, next week would be good.

    I almost peed in my pants. So much for grandma's explanations...

    • Reply
  • Mrs. Jaclyn Willson
    Master April 2012
    Mrs. Jaclyn Willson ·
    • Flag

    All of these were so funny. I wish I could think of something like that. I don't know very many little ones. Smiley sad

    • Reply
  • Mrs. Lesenski
    VIP September 2010
    Mrs. Lesenski ·
    • Flag

    I have tons of stories about my kids.

    My seven year old daughter started summer school on Tuesday. On Monday night I asked my sons (8 and 5) what they would do without her. They were both like "meh, we'll be fine. She's just our ugly old sister."

    Come Tuesday night my 8 year old confessed at dinner that life was completly boring without his sister at home because she comes up with all the good games for them to play. He said she puts the A in BAD (it's an acronym for their names) Brian, Audrey and David). The attached pictures are the airplanes they made in the back yard with some scrap wood and a turtle cage. The buckets are full of "dirt bombs".



    • Reply
  • KRISTINA
    VIP June 2014
    KRISTINA ·
    • Flag

    My daughter will be 5 years old this December. I asked her if she'd be my FG. She said "yes" and ever since then, she has taken a great interest in all things wedding. She has even made her own wedding book where she takes pictures from bridal magazines, cuts them out and pastes them into her book.

    And EVERY day at least once a day if not more... she will walk up to me, throw her arms around me to give a big tight hug, give me a kiss and say "Mommy, you are my best friend. I want to marry you. Will you marry me?" then smile and she asks in the cutest way possible.

    Also, sometimes if you are in trying to go somewhere - she'll block you and ask for the password to get by. Her password is "I love you. Marry Me." LOL.

    She also asked for 25 cents to get a ring out of one of those machines at the store. She got a gold band and gave it to me so I'd have a ring from her too (not just FH). I wear it on my pinkie.

    She's addicted to marrying me & weddings! No Joke!!

    • Reply
  • Mrs. Lesenski
    VIP September 2010
    Mrs. Lesenski ·
    • Flag

    @ Kristina, that is a CUTE story!

    • Reply
  • ELIZABETH
    Expert August 2011
    ELIZABETH ·
    • Flag

    Ok, hope this isnt too morbid, but when my daugher was young we were driving in the car and passed a hugh cemertary where you could see hundreds of grave stones..this place was really hugh and she said, "wow mom are all those people dead" I said to her, all except the ones walking around..(there wasn't anyone walking) just full of grave stones....lol...we still tease her about it to this day.

    • Reply
  • shelbie
    Savvy May 2012
    shelbie ·
    • Flag

    When I asked my 5 year old cousin to be the flower girl she told me yes but then asked who was going to take the rings to us. FH has two boys so they will be but she keeps telling me that my step dad (who is over 6 foot and 200lbs) will do it and it will be very cute. She keeps calling herself the rose girl now and has found me a viel that she is wanting me to wear.

    • Reply
  • Sarah L.
    VIP September 2011
    Sarah L. ·
    • Flag

    LOL! That is so funny. Just the other day my 4 yr old son asked me why the moon was out durring the day. I told him I didn't know and asked him why he thought it was and he said, "Because it wants a tan".

    • Reply
  • Melissa
    Devoted June 2012
    Melissa ·
    • Flag

    I've got a recent and an old story:

    Recent: We asked FH's 4 year old nephew to be the ring bearer. He looked at me and said "only if Aunt Melissa let's me wear a bow tie". Sold kid! He insisted on going shopping for his tux that day even though we are so far away from that point in time.

    Old: My sister (now 16) was about 5 and the family was playing a video game (Mario Party). The Donky Kong character knocked her player off the board and she screamed "Donkey Kong, you bastard!"... Somehow I was the one who ended up in trouble for that one. Apparently, I always teach her the good curse words. Oops.

    • Reply
  • Mrs.T.to.Be
    Super September 2011
    Mrs.T.to.Be ·
    • Flag

    All of your stories are sooo cute! Thanks for sharing Smiley smile

    • Reply
  • vinlars
    Devoted October 2011
    vinlars ·
    • Flag

    These are so cute!

    My friend's son was in morning kindergarten, just a 1/2 day. When the first day of first grade came along he was thrilled to go, but after lunch he went to his cubby and started putting on his coat. The teacher explained to him that in first grade they don't go home right after lunch, that they stay there for a while longer. He put both hands on his hips and said "Well who the hell signed me up for this?!" Still makes me laugh.

    • Reply
  • Faith
    Expert June 2012
    Faith ·
    • Flag

    My cousins wedding she had 3 little boys to pick from for ring barriers so instead she included all 3 gave 2 one ring each and gave my brother who was 5 at the time the hotel key. when we were getting ready for ceremony he comes up to me and says guess what and i asked what he said i am most important in the wedding i said you are and he asked if i knew why and i said cause you are a ring barrier he was like noooo cause i got the hotel key and they cant leave and do mommy and daddy stuff if i don't want them to.

    • Reply

You voted for . Add a comment 👇

×
ReCaptcha Verification failed. Please try again.

Related articles

WeddingWire celebrates love ...and so does everyone on our site! Learn more

Groups

WeddingWire article topics