Kids are known to say things honestly and without filters. Maybe because you don’t expect them to say certain things, when they say it, the only reaction left is laughter. One of those parents is Jessica Valenti, who shared how her 3-year-old daughter got sick after eating carrots but her reaction was that she would need even more carrots, which you could understand metaphorically and take inspiration to not give up when things get difficult. In response to Jessica’s tweet, many people started sharing some genius things their children have said, so here is a list of the best ones.
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We recently had takeaway pizza, and I made a beetroot salad to go with it. My middle daughter sat down at the table, saw the salad and said “I didn’t think it was possible to ruin a pizza dinner.”
When I was pregnant with my second my son was five and I decided it was a bright idea to let him name her whatever he wanted. He decided to name her Melanie which was perfectly acceptable two years later when he was seven he told me he had a confession to make that Melanie was not his first choice but he really wanted to name her interloper because until she came along he was “enjoying being an only child”
In an emotional outburst, my wife told our 6 y.o. daughter ‘You’re all my life!’ to which she responded: ‘Is your life THAT uneventful?’
When I used to take my young son to a friend’s to play I would always tell him to behave. One time he had a friend over and they were playing in another room and it got very quiet. I called out, “What are you guys doing in there?” He replied, “We’re being have!” (pronounced like cave)
I called downstairs to my 3 children to come upstairs for dinner, and make sure they called their siblings. My youngest (3 years old) came running up the stairs alone. I asked him, “Did you call the other kids, Gabe?” He replied, “Why would I call the other kids Gabe? That’s my name.” I went and got the other 2 myself.
When my son was four he did something that required this single Mom to respond with a proper punishment. So I told him he was grounded. He immediately looked stricken and said, “Please Mommy, don’t put me in the ground!” Forty-five years later I still cringe to think that my son actually thought I would bury him.
My son saw a man in a wheelchair & he had no legs I thought it would be a teaching moment for mr 4 so I said how wonderful that he’s getting out and about & that people with disabilities can do lots he quickly replied he can’t can can
Somewhere Art Linkletter is smiling…
Last comment, Jesus.
At ikea my son looked at me and said “mom can I please have an ice cream umm Tuesday?” He knew it was one of the days of the week but couldn’t remember which one. “Of course you can have an ice cream Tuesday” I responded.
My granddaughter refers to her father as Baba’s child.
Funniest tweets ever!
3 year old daughter in car seat in the back seat. I looked at her in the rear view window and sang ” someone shouldn’t be sucking their fingers”. She sang back” someone should be watching the road”.
30+ years ago, my 2yo genius daughter, without diaper, passed gas and heard it for the first time. We asked her what happened, she said, “Mommy, my bottom burped”. Now… if one thinks on it, that’s exactly what happened. We still use this with our grandkids! She also said that the inside of her neck hurt, for a sore throat… another gem!
My granddaughter age 5 declared when she had diarrhea and dirtied her panties: mommy I am sorry, my poopie just melted!
My granddaughter age 6 was born with webbed toes. One day she ask for her mom to paint her two headed toe with polish!