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    I am always amazed at how different my kids are. My daughter came home from second grade with a Leprechaun trap assignment for St. Patrick's Day, the same one that my son had when he was in second grade. When my son had the project it was like pulling teeth to get him to do it, no ideas, couldn't care less, didn't want to bother with and had to force him to do it the day before it was do. My daughter gets the project and the first night we are digging through the recycle, she has all these ideas, and is mostly finished in one evening (she is perfecting the model). :D

    How about some good kid stories?

  • #2
    Not really a story, but still funny. Our daughter is almost two. Whenever she passes gas, if you ask her, "Where did that toot come from?", she'll point at her butt. We've got it on video, so we can embarrass her when she's older. Isn't that what parents are for?

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    • #3
      Ok -
      this one is my favorite one to tell about my kids.
      They were probably 6 & 8 at time. My wife and I
      took them to a pizza place and whenever we were out
      to eat we would always play this game - "I spy something
      that starts with the letter _ " whenever we were waiting
      for our food.
      It was my turn to pick a letter. "Ok, the letter is P" I said.
      After going around the table a few times with my kids guessing
      and my wife guessing and not guessing the word, the oldest gets up to go to
      the bathroom (which was real close by). So after a few minutes,
      I hear him in the bathroom cranking out the towels - so
      I give this hint to my other son and wife - "travis is holding it
      in his hands right now". My younger son's eyes light up
      and he shouts: "Penis! "
      Of course, in a real loud voice so
      that everyone in the place heard. I was laughing so hard I had
      tears in my eyes.
      My actual word was "paper"
      -M

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      • #4
        Originally posted by EddieHorton
        Not really a story, but still funny. Our daughter is almost two. Whenever she passes gas, if you ask her, "Where did that toot come from?", she'll point at her butt. We've got it on video, so we can embarrass her when she's older. Isn't that what parents are for?
        :thumbsup:
        Originally posted by fanuminski
        Ok -
        this one is my favorite one to tell about my kids.
        They were probably 6 & 8 at time. My wife and I
        took them to a pizza place and whenever we were out
        to eat we would always play this game - "I spy something
        that starts with the letter _ " whenever we were waiting
        for our food.
        It was my turn to pick a letter. "Ok, the letter is P" I said.
        After going around the table a few times with my kids guessing
        and my wife guessing and not guessing the word, the oldest gets up to go to
        the bathroom (which was real close by). So after a few minutes,
        I hear him in the bathroom cranking out the towels - so
        I give this hint to my other son and wife - "travis is holding it
        in his hands right now". My younger son's eyes light up
        and he shouts: "Penis! "
        Of course, in a real loud voice so
        that everyone in the place heard. I was laughing so hard I had
        tears in my eyes.
        My actual word was "paper"
        -M
        :rlmfao:

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        • #5
          My son was getting out of the bath when he was proably 3 and he points at his privates. He says "Mommy, what's this?" My wife is all clinical and says "Well, that's your penis PJ". He looks at her and says "What's a penis for mommy?" She looks up at me and says "Not much lately!"

          God love her.

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          • #6
            Hey, this is the family friendly forum, isnt't it? ;)

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            • #7
              OK - here's my contribution.

              It was after church one Sunday and our Pastor was talking to our <2 y/o daughter. They were playing the "What does the xxxx say?". After answers like Moo, Quack, Woof, our Pastor asked "What does the Momma say?". My daughter answered "No no no". I've never seem anyone laugh so hard.

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