My Kid Just Said

My Kid Just Said…#50

As most of you know, my 2 year old’s name is Cooper. He really sounds like a Boston native whenever I ask him to say his name. Maybe I ask just to hear it???

Me to 2 year old:  I’m daddy, who are you?

2 year old: I’m Coopah.

Me: Hi Coopah!

2 year old: Not Coopah. Coopah!

 

My Kid Just Said

My Kid Just Said…#49

During the car ride home from dinner tonight, my kids were talking about Santa Claus and how they had to each be nice to get something for Christmas.  The conversation went a little like this:

10 year old son:

You have to be nice, not naughty, just like the song says.

8 year old daughter:

I don’t want to be nice.  I want to be naughty!

10 year old son:

But, if you are naughty, all you’ll get for Christmas will be a lump of coal.

8 year old daughter:

Maybe I like coal…

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My Kid Just Said

My Kid Just Said…#48

Shopping with 4 kids is never boring!  Especially when one of them is a 2 year old.  Tonight, we walked into a department store to exchange some clothes, and right in the center of the floor was a mannequin wearing a bra and panties. A lot of the things my 2 year old says occur at home or away from the general public.  Tonight, he let the whole world know what he saw…

Look!  Look!  Underpants!

I couldn’t help but laugh!  It was so funny!  I’m sure the other people around us thought we were crazy, but I guess they aren’t that far off haha!  I love the funny and unexpected things kids say.  What would be totally taboo for an adult is a Kodac moment for toddlers!

Next time we walk into a women’s department store I’ll be sure to have the camera ready.  The little guy is sure to repeat that one!

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My Kid Just Said

My Kid Just Said…#47

During the car ride to the grocery store yesterday, my 8 year old daughter said:

Daughter:  Daddy, why are there “resternats” that don’t allow kids?

Me:  Because some restaurants are just for grown ups to go and have a date night.

Daughter:  Hmm, well, if we have Donald Trump, he’s not going to let us go anywhere, daddy.  He’s going to make us stay at school.  How mean!