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post #1 of 26
Thread Starter 
There have been several threads about people who are making the choice not to have humoon children, instead choosing furkids only.

I am totally in support of that, but I think of the wonderful adorable things my kids say sometimes. So this is the opportunity to post totally cute things your kids (furkids and humoon) say and do.

I'll start: this morning I first saw 5 y/o ds seated on the toilet. So I greeted him by saying, "Good morning, Poo-licious!" He responded without a pause, "Good morning, Mommy-licious!" What a cute kid!

Also this morning, Garfield grabbed a tiny stuffed horse off the refrigerator. It has magnets in it, so really isn't a toy, but something cute to hang on the fridge. But Garfield grabbed it off, and was laying on the floor wrestling with it! Such a goof-he thinks he is a big fierce hunter, for killing a three inch long horse!
post #2 of 26
Hmmm... I know I've heard some good kid thoughts from cousins and nephews, but the only thing I can remember right now is something that was funny to me and my youngest sister. We were at home during the summer when school was out and were watching some daytime TV. I wanted to watch Oprah Winfrey because there didn't seem to be anything else on, but she painfully exclaimed, "I hate Oprah Winfrey! It's a waste of money!" For some reason it just made me laugh and stuck in my mind.
post #3 of 26
My sister has a three year old daughter, the other day when she was eating breakfast the little girl started drinking the milk straight from the bowl. Her mum told her she didn't want to see her doing that, the daughters reply: well go away then mummy!
post #4 of 26
At a church service, the pastor noticed a particularly lovely child, and invited her up to the altar so the congregation could admire her pretty, frilly dress.

After telling the little tyke how pretty her dress was, the child remarked, "Thank you. My mother says it's a bitch to iron".

At another service, the pastor prayed, "Lord, without you, we are but dust . ." and at this point a child loudly inquired, "Mommy, what is butt dust ?"

At that point, church services were, for all practical purposes, over.

Leonard.
post #5 of 26
LOL those are great
post #6 of 26
Awww.. everyones kids are too cute... hehe

My 2 girls Laynee (5) and Alleaha (3) are very much girly girls. They just love Raven and the BRATZ and anything that is girly. Well one day I asked the girls ....

"Do yall wanna eat lunch and then we can walk down to the park since it is such a beautiful day". And Alleaha answered me with the cutest saying.... "yea ma', that's gonna be -off da hook-!!!!!! hahaha

I laughed so hard I cried!! then I asked her "Alleaha, where did you hear that" And she answered,"From da Bratz movie"

Here is a pic of my little girly girls...1st pic is Laynee ---2nd pic is Alleaha



post #7 of 26
I'm a washed up old punk rocker.
When my youngest niece was born, I had a pink mohawk, later it was red, then blue, then green.
I was never her Aunt, she always thought I was her Fairy Godmother
post #8 of 26
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Originally Posted by Arlyn
I'm a washed up old punk rocker.
When my youngest niece was born, I had a pink mohawk, later it was red, then blue, then green.
I was never her Aunt, she always thought I was her Fairy Godmother

hahahahahaha
post #9 of 26
Lol, I have a cousin who has two boys, and one day at church when the oldest was about acting up (not sure how old, but old enough to talk VERY plain), he was acting up, so his mom took him outside....as she was walking him down the aisle to the back of the church, he starts yelling "don't beat me mommy, please don't beat me"!! I thought the poor girl was going to die of embarassment right then and there....everyone heard it, and all of us were about to bust a gut trying NOT to laugh out loud! And FWIW, no, she's never beat them!
post #10 of 26
Thread Starter 
Big-Cat-Fan, your girls are just beautiful! Thanks for sharing them with us!

Today the kids were building "forts" out of blankets, and as soon as they walked away, who was nesting in the forts? Festus and Garfield! I think kids and kits make a good combination!
post #11 of 26
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Originally Posted by Beckiboo
Big-Cat-Fan, your girls are just beautiful! Thanks for sharing them with us!

Today the kids were building "forts" out of blankets, and as soon as they walked away, who was nesting in the forts? Festus and Garfield! I think kids and kits make a good combination!

I agree with Beckiboo..They are darling lil girlie girls.
My daughter (12) is a "skater girl" and all she cares about in her wardrobe is enough $100 skater shoes to fill a closet
I am always asking her if I can do her hair but she won't let me!!!

I am not really girlie girl either though so that may explain it!

And BECKIBOO, I love "forts"...That is one of the best memories of childhood, I swear
post #12 of 26
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Originally Posted by Beckiboo
Big-Cat-Fan, your girls are just beautiful! Thanks for sharing them with us!

Today the kids were building "forts" out of blankets, and as soon as they walked away, who was nesting in the forts? Festus and Garfield! I think kids and kits make a good combination!
Oh ... thank you.
I am very proud of my girls.

Ya know ...that has made me think of 2 more funny things my girls have said.

One day we were in Wal-Mart and an older man came up to Laynee ( the oldest) and said "Do you know you are one pretty little girl" And Laynee said "Oh, I know" I was so embarrased!! I said " No Laynee you say Thank you"

Another time they went to work with me and one of the customers told Alleaha she was so pretty. And Alleaha said "And guess what?" "I'm smart too"
Boy I was so proud of her for that one!!!
post #13 of 26
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Originally Posted by Loveysmummy
I agree with Beckiboo..They are darling lil girlie girls.
My daughter (12) is a "skater girl" and all she cares about in her wardrobe is enough $100 skater shoes to fill a closet
I am always asking her if I can do her hair but she won't let me!!!

I am not really girlie girl either though so that may explain it!

And BECKIBOO, I love "forts"...That is one of the best memories of childhood, I swear

Thank you also for the sweet comments. I dont think anyone could ever hear too many compliments on their kids or their cats....

And there is a down side to having girly girls... sometimes they drive me crazy b/c I always have to fix their hair!!
so you are lucky!!!
post #14 of 26
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Originally Posted by Big-Cat-Fan

Another time they went to work with me and one of the customers told Alleaha she was so pretty. And Alleaha said "And guess what?" "I'm smart too"
Boy I was so proud of her for that one!!!
You know what, BigCatFan?
I am proud of her too...Not many girls know enough to say that!
If you are pretty, its expected that you are also dumb.
No ego involved, I was told that too often when I was growing up, that I was pretty and now all I find myself doing is ignoring those comments and trying to prove how smart I am..!!

My mum never encouraged me to do anything other than go to "beauty school" and I defied it and got my bachelor's degree~!
post #15 of 26
Oh wow Bigcatfan, your girls are so beautiful!

Great thread, Becki!
post #16 of 26
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Originally Posted by Loveysmummy
You know what, BigCatFan?
I am proud of her too...Not many girls know enough to say that!
If you are pretty, its expected that you are also dumb.
No ego involved, I was told that too often when I was growing up, that I was pretty and now all I find myself doing is ignoring those comments and trying to prove how smart I am..!!

My mum never encouraged me to do anything other than go to "beauty school" and I defied it and got my bachelor's degree~!
AWWw.. well I am proud of you!!!
post #17 of 26
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Originally Posted by WellingtonCats
Oh wow Bigcatfan, your girls are so beautiful!

Great thread, Becki!
Thank you so much!!
post #18 of 26
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Originally Posted by Big-Cat-Fan
Oh ... thank you.
I am very proud of my girls.

Ya know ...that has made me think of 2 more funny things my girls have said.

One day we were in Wal-Mart and an older man came up to Laynee ( the oldest) and said "Do you know you are one pretty little girl" And Laynee said "Oh, I know" I was so embarrased!! I said " No Laynee you say Thank you"

Another time they went to work with me and one of the customers told Alleaha she was so pretty. And Alleaha said "And guess what?" "I'm smart too"
Boy I was so proud of her for that one!!!
They are pretty :P But the wal-mart guy thing is sort of creepy O_O
post #19 of 26
Well I guess it would be to me also except the guy was pretty old and he was there with his wife. It was just an old couple.

Besides even if he wanted to steal her....he would have brought her back ....
post #20 of 26
Well, I have a niece that I'll post about... I hope that's okay.

My niece, Ariana (A.K.A. Beans... don't ask), got a talking Dora The Explorer doll house from my mom, A.K.A. Mimi (she didn't want to be called grandma... she said it'd make her feel old ), and it had a Dora doll, a mom doll, and a dad doll. Well, she took the mom and dad doll and was making them , ya know, like little girls do... put them together and make the MUA sound, and separate them, and repeat. Well, she did that, and then the last kiss she just kept them together and was saying MUAAAA MUAAAA MUAAA! We were saying, GEEZE BEAN! THAT'S ENOUGH!

Though I don't know this kid, I'll post about her.
I was in Wal-Mart, and there was a lady pushing a cart with her young, maybe 3-4 year old, daughter in it. The little girl was crying, and the mother said to her, "What?" and the little girl didn't say anything. After a short pause, the mom said, "What are you crying about?" and the little girl responded with, "I DON'T KNOW! "
post #21 of 26
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Originally Posted by winwin
At a church service, the pastor noticed a particularly lovely child, and invited her up to the altar so the congregation could admire her pretty, frilly dress.

After telling the little tyke how pretty her dress was, the child remarked, "Thank you. My mother says it's a bitch to iron".

At another service, the pastor prayed, "Lord, without you, we are but dust . ." and at this point a child loudly inquired, "Mommy, what is butt dust ?"

At that point, church services were, for all practical purposes, over.

Leonard.

OMG those are hilarious!
post #22 of 26
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Originally Posted by CJandBilly
Though I don't know this kid, I'll post about her.
I was in Wal-Mart, and there was a lady pushing a cart with her young, maybe 3-4 year old, daughter in it. The little girl was crying, and the mother said to her, "What?" and the little girl didn't say anything. After a short pause, the mom said, "What are you crying about?" and the little girl responded with, "I DON'T KNOW! "
Too funny! I think we've all been there!
post #23 of 26
When nephew's youngest turned 3, Mom and I gave him a card with 3 one-dollar bills. Later, at a party with his mother's family, he opened a card, and started shaking it. He then looked up and said "How rude!". Well, nephew's in-laws started opening wallets and dollar bills were produced. Mom and I apologized for starting something.

BTW, nephew makes his kids put most of their birthday money in their savings account.
post #24 of 26
Thread Starter 
How hilarious!

This morning 9 y/o daughter was sitting on the loveseat, with a portable desk over her lap. She was coloring, which is very common for her! LOL. The cute thing was, there was Festus, sitting next to her, behind the portable desk. If she could have held a colored pencil, I'm sure she would have helped out!

Then, not too much later, Garfield was interrupting the Barbie game. Laying on the "rug" in the Barbie house, playing with the toys, etc. Of course, dd isn't REALLY playing Barbies. She has the house set up, and lots of extras. But the main caracter is a soft starfish, instead of a Barbie!
post #25 of 26
This is a really cute thread idea!
post #26 of 26
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Originally Posted by winwin
At a church service, the pastor noticed a particularly lovely child, and invited her up to the altar so the congregation could admire her pretty, frilly dress.

After telling the little tyke how pretty her dress was, the child remarked, "Thank you. My mother says it's a bitch to iron".

At another service, the pastor prayed, "Lord, without you, we are but dust . ." and at this point a child loudly inquired, "Mommy, what is butt dust ?"

At that point, church services were, for all practical purposes, over.

Leonard.



OMG...
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