Here is the part 4 coming!
My daughter was watching a cartoon and picked up on a character saying he was “crazy in love” with his darling. She felt she needed to confirm something with us.
Later on, me and my wife are having lunch. Our daughter comes up to us and asks
– Dad, when did you go crazy? When you first saw mom or later, only after you married her?
My niece came for a visit not long ago. She had just turned 10.
We were all sat at the table, chatting.
The conversation at some point turned to summer, vacation, swimming, lakes and seas, that sort of thing.
I asked her if she could swim.
Her reply had everyone in fits with laughter — “Of course, I can swim! I learnt to swim when I was 8 after that one time when grandma forgot to fasten my float vest!”
– Dad, can you buy me an iPad, please!
– What? Why would you need one at all? You’re too young to have one
– Please, I really need one! I want to be able to poop for hours just like grown-ups do
I’m 36, and my nephew is 7.
We’re play fighting on the floor when his grandma comes in. She looks at us and says casually,
“36 and 7; that’s a person’s normal body temperature centigrade”, — and walks out.
Never knew my grandma was a pro Fahrenheit to Celsius converter lol
Last week, my daughter and I were watching a TV program about this guy who does all sorts of challenges, like getting buried alive and escaping.
He was preparing to do the famous Houdini trick, when you get chained to the bottom of the swimming pool and yet make an incredible escape in the shortest amount of time.
We got shown all the preparation work that had gone into this. And my daughter suddenly said
— So, if he dies this time… who they gonna film for the next episode, mom? 🙂
We’re getting ready to go visit grandma.
Alex is 3 years old, and he’s being a naughty boy. I ask him — “How exactly are you going to go see grandma with an attitude like this?”
Alex: Well, I’ll just leave the attitude at home when we go.…
My wife brought the kids McD’s Happy Meals with Angry Birds toys inside.
Our 3-year-old son loves them to bits. As he stares at the brightly colored box in awe, not even trying to open it, he’s totally overwhelmed.
My wife: How about a kiss then?
Not even looking at her, he leans forward and kisses the Happy Meal box with eye shining with love…
My friend’s daughter once put up her glass of milk and said “cheers!” to her friend, who promptly responded in a similar manner; this was at a daycare center. The teacher was not impressed and asked her what that was all about. To which the girl replied in an annoyed tone of voice
– Missis Lenny, who do you think you are to keep me from having a good time with my friend?! 🙂
Was just passing by a playground; there were many kids running around and enjoying themselves.
One girl caught my attention by screaming at the top of her lungs, “Heeeeey, daaaaaddieeee, come up here RIGHT NOW, or I’ll get grandma to come stay with us for another week!”
You should have seen her dad run towards her with the speed of sound lol.
A relative had passed away, and the whole family, which is quite many people, including those with kids, came together for the funeral.
As we were leaving the cemetery, my son, who is 4 years old, concluded:
– It’s pretty fun at the cemetery, dad, getting to see everyone and all…
Annie is drawing a princess:
“Mom, can you draw a prince for her, please?”
“Sorry, sweetie, I’m not really sure how to do that.”
“Oh, it’s real easy! Just draw a princess without a dress.” 🙂
My wife promised to punish our daughter Michelle and, for a change, kept the promise and actually punished her. This got her in tears, wailing, “You’re not mom! I thought you were mom, but turns out you’re dad!”
My husband used to take our 4-year-old son outside quite a lot at some point. We lived in this apartment block, with the playground in the yard. And all the kids just loved him, since he never refused to chase them, or play football, or push them on all the swings available; all along, our own son preferred to sit quietly in the sandpit and bake sand cakes.
Then, one day, someone rings up. I open the door to see a little boy standing there, and he asks, “Is Will coming out to play today?”
It must be pointed out that Will is not my son’s name; it’s my husband’s
A friend of mine took her daughter of 2 years and 3 months of age to an Ocean World park while on vacation. The little girl got super excited upon seeing her first ever dolphin and started shouting, “Mom, look, a fish! A fish! Get me a fork!”
A little girl and her grandma have stopped at a traffic light, waiting for green to come on. Grandma is explaining to her, “See that thing there with lights? Once a green man lights up, we get walking!”
The girl observes people around them, including those running across the street without waiting for the green light to come on.
– So, why is that lady running over there? Where did she get her personal green permission to run?
My 4-year-old daughter asks me, “Will I always live with you and daddy?”
“Well, for a while – yes,” I reply, “but then you’ll grow up, probably move away for college, then get married and live with your husband.”
“What?! So you’re going to send me away? Who did you even make me for – yourselves or some stupid husband??”