Sunday, October 4, 2009

Sunday Morning Humor: Kidstyle

The girls are constantly saying something that makes me chuckle. Whether it's aimed directly at me, or something I over-hear, I am kept in stitches a good portion of the time. It's just that I usually forget to write them down. And I can't remember what happened 10 minutes ago, let alone what was said yesterday. But I've started writing it down, folks. Here are just a few:


The girls and I were snuggled in bed, and had just put on a movie. Sierra found that if she sung a really annoying song quite loudly, it made Kam laugh. So there she was belting out a tune. Over and over.

Kenners: Sissy, can you pause the singing???


We recently found our very first, very old digital camera. Kenners is the only one in the house {well, besides Kam} who doesn't have her own camera, so I put new batteries in, popped in a camera card, and handed it over to her so that she could snap some pics. She was so excited to have her own camera. Later that day Sierra had gotten ahold of it, and I'm guessing was teasing her with it. She licked it, I'm assuming to get a rise out of Kenners. {Please don't ask why a 7 year old is licking things. Gross.}


Sierra: Geez, she's SOO protective of her camera. I just gave it a little lick.

Me: Sigh.


The girls were playing their version of house. Sierra was the mom and she wanted to pretend Kam was her baby. Kenners decided that she wanted Kam too. So Kenners proceeds to bribe Sierra for Kam.

Kenners: Can I have Kameryn?

Sierra: No. I wouldn't trade her for a million dollars!

Kenners: How about twenty-four?


Upon noticing that the girls were getting a little physical in their play.

Me: Guys, please quit hitting each other.

Sierra: We're not hitting. We're bumping into each other with our bums.

Great. That's so much better.


We were at the table one Sunday morning during Sunday School. We were talking about how God made all the animals, and completing a worksheet on farm animals vs. wild animals. The girls had to decide which were which, and were having a dificult time with a few. I told them that an easy way to know is to ask yourself if you regularly see the animal in someone's field, if it could be a pet, then it is probably a farm animal. We get to elephant.

Me: Elephant. Is an elephant a farm animal or a wild animal?

Sierra: A farm animal.

Me: Hunny, do you see elephants roaming around in people's yards?

Sierra: Yes.

Me: No, I mean, do you know people who have elephants as pets?

Sierra: Yeah. Nana and Papa.


Just so that you know, Nana and Papa do NOT. I repeat, do NOT have any elephants roaming around. I'm still shaking my head regarding that convo.


Yeah, the girls keep me laughing. Laughing and pulling out my hair.

What funnies come out of your little one's mouth?

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Foursons said...

That's so cute. I need to write them down too so I don't forget them.

He & Me + 3 said...

It is so great that you are writing them down. They do say some of the funniest things.

Tiffany said...

That is a GREAT idea, I'm going to start doing that to, my kids are constantly saying things that make me laugh!

Jen said...

I NEVER write anything down :( I mean to, and sometimes I actually scribble them on a post-it, but I never got around to keeping a good log of them. And now the funny kid-isms have vanished from my head. You will be so glad you have a record someday!

Jenny said...

So cute! I always think I'll remember things my daughter says, but I don't. She is so funny sometimes.

Anonymous said...

I know about those little girls and the things that come out of their mouths. I just wish that I would write them down when they are here at Nana's playing those fun games that we do. I forget them too if I don't write it all down.

~~Mel~~ said...

Kids really do say the darndest things!

I've posted some of the funny things Riley says...I have a good one for tomorrow about a dream he had for it. They have such great imaginations!


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