Who knows what goes on in our kids minds…I’m pretty sure that I do not. Instead of trying to understand it (futile), I just prefer to laugh at it.
Here are some things that baby girl has said in the last 6 months that I’ve gotten a good laugh over. (She’s 2 – 2 1/2 in most of these.) Feel free to laugh out loud.
Baby girl: I like you. I don’t like your hair. It’s not pretty. COMB IT!
Me: That makes me sad that you don’t like my hair.
Baby girl: It’s ok to be sad.
Baby girl was sitting at the kitchen table, and out of nowhere she says loudly…
Baby girl: Excuse me!
Daddy: Did you poot?
Baby girl: No.
Daddy: Did you fart?
Baby girl: No. I toot!
While on the phone…
Grandma: Have you seen any animals today?
Baby girl: No, just Daddy.
While driving to town after a winter ice storm:
Baby girl: Be careful, Daddy!
Me: Why does Daddy need to be careful?
Baby girl: Because of the ice cubes!
Baby girl brought her monitor to Daddy.
Baby girl: It die. Needs batteries.
She goes over and plugs it in.
Baby girl: I fixed it!!…for you, brother, so you can sleep!
When Grandad was visiting (Baby girl calls him Ol’ Dad)
Baby girl runs into my room and excitedly states: I be nice to Ol Dad! I not hit him!
While at the kitchen table.
Baby girl (pointing): Ohhhh no!!!
Daddy left a cabinet open… (I can tell she’s already a perfectionist just like her mom!)
After being gone from us for an afternoon:
Baby girl (to me): I miss you!
Baby girl (to her brother): I not miss him!
While at a church dinner one evening. I was sitting next to an older gentleman and Baby girl was about to scoot over into my seat when I got up.
Baby girl (pointing to the older man): He dead?
Baby girl: Oh. He not dead.
Baby girl received $5 in a card recently.
Daddy: You can buy things with money. What do you want to buy with your money?
Baby girl: Uhhhh, milk!
When I was putting Baby girl to bed one night…
Baby girl: You has eyes?
Baby girl: You can see me?
Baby girl: Hi!
To Daddy at church one Sunday (Note: She has just been potty trained and we have to bring along her potty seat that goes over the toilet or she won’t go potty when we’re out.):
Baby girl: Daddy, where’s my potty seat?
Baby girl: I don’t know where it is. I don’t know why I forget things sometimes.