25 Things I Never Thought I'd Say To My Kids!

25 Things I Never Thought I’d Say To My Kids!

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My parents used to tell me, “Just you wait until you have kids!  You’ll say the same thing to them that I’m telling you!” and I would disagree with them wholeheartedly!  Now that I have 4 kids, the phrases I thought I’d never say have actually come out of my mouth. Have you ever caught yourself saying any of these?

  1. Because I said so!

  2. Don’t you give me that look!

  3. Your room looks like a tornado hit it!

  4. Close the door!

  5. Turn off the light!

  6. Unlock that door!

  7. Eat all of your dinner. There are starving kids in China that would love to have the food you are wasting!

  8. I’m going to count to three and by 3 you had better….

  9. Stop hitting your brother/sister!

  10. Turn off the TV!

  11. Wait until your mommy/daddy gets home!

  12. I’ll give you something to cry about!

  13. We’re going to go room-by-room until the house is clean.

  14. Pull your pants up!

  15. Don’t write on the walls!

  16. Money doesn’t grow on trees!

  17. If you have nothing nice to say, don’t say anything at all.

  18. What do you say to____ for giving you the____?

  19. You’re grounded!

  20. Don’t go running to your mother!

  21. Finish your homework first.

  22. Put your coat on!

  23. Your mother wasn’t a glass maker!

  24. Put your plate in the sink/dishwasher.

  25. No, put that back! (at the store)

14 thoughts on “25 Things I Never Thought I’d Say To My Kids!

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  1. this made me laugh! i used to say when i was little that i was going to keep a list of things that i didn’t like that my parents said so i could be sure i wouldn’t say them to my kids. however, after growing up i realize how unrealistic that is

  2. Hahah…so so true. Counting to three and unlocking the door are regulars in our house! I’ve also been known to through out the “there are starving children….” 🙂

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