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My little 2.5 year old cousin is hysterical...cutest little thing. So apparently, they were at church last week and a Franciscan friar was there, shaved patch on the head and long beard and everything. So, halfway through the mass, little Lizzie yells "Look! A pirate!" <img alt="biggrin.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/biggrin.gif"><br><br>
Then, at the end, she yelled "Is that Santa Claus?"
 

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he he he he<br>
Kids will say whatever's in their heads.<br>
No filters yet.<br><br>
The good thing is that most people recognize it for what it is and chuckle along with them.
 

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I guess we made the mistake of not pointing out race/ethnic things to our kids. Our church has a police officer at the head of the nursery wing. (mega church, and there was one attempted child abduction) Anyway, this cop loves the kids and is always doing the 'high 5' with 'em. He is very dark skinned. One day my youngest son asked him why his skin was so brown. Nice little awkward silence...
 

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My niece one time wanted me to "give her neena" (aka nursing her). Talk about awkward.<br><br>
"only mommies can give neena to their children."<br>
"i could pretend you're my mommy."<br>
awwwwwwwwwww<br>
That still doesn't work.<br><br>
(*sigh*)
 

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I was telling the girls last night that we had something in common because we are all big sisters who have one little sister. And the 5 year old said, "You can't have a little sister. You're all growed up!"
 

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My husband had surgery 3 years ago and he ended up with a serious infection. He had to have a pic (sp) line put in. Home health sent a nurse to our house to teach me how to flush out the line and give him his antibiotics. The poor woman was extremely overweight. After a while, DS turns to her (he's 3.5 at the time) and says, "You are reeeeeeeally fat." D'oh! She said, "Yes, some people are really big people." I wanted the floor to open up and swallow me. We had to have a talk with him and explain that you don't tell people they are fat.<br><br>
For a couple years, you couldn't even say the word, fat, without DS saying, "That's not a nice word." You weren't even allowed to say things like That has a lot of fat in it. He'd get upset.
 

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We're working on potty training with my daughter (she's 2 and a half). Some days go well, others not so much. We were watching tv last night and she blurts out, "Daddy had to wipe poopy off my big girl parts." Right out of nowhere, it came. It's like their brains work in totally different ways than the rest of us.
 

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When my gaughter was about 4 years old we took her Halloweening around the block. Most of the neighbours are elderly and my daughter would say to them, "Thank-you Grandma/Grandpa". By the the time were half way around the block her bag was so heavy with treats you couldn't lift it. <img alt="biggrin.gif" src="http://files.kickrunners.com/smilies/biggrin.gif">
 
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