6 May 2014

J Speaks Cheekily Enough!

My son is now nearly 3 and his language skills are coming along by leaps and bounds. His conversations are an endless source of amusement, happiness, pride and embarrassment and not necessarily in that order.

Here are a few snippets of exchanges between J and his parents.







23 comments:

  1. Aww, kids say the strangest things sometimes, don't they? Great idea for a post x

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  2. I think three is the funniest age for saying things like this. They are so honest (and inappropriate) and I think it's probably the only time we are going to get a good idea of how their brains work!

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  3. Brilliant stuff. I miss this kind of stuff actually, now that mine are that bit older!

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  4. I'm sorry but I can't read your examples as they''re in pictures and I use a screen reader. However, I agree with Sarah that kids at this age say the cutest, mos eembarrassing (in a fun and not so fun way) things. I hav eone of these, when I was slightly olde r(like six): I was with my grandma at a county fair and saw another older lady. I asked her how old she was and she said like 65. Then I replied: "Oh, that's not old at all, since my grandma is already 68."

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  5. love the funny things kid say :)

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  6. That's a lovely record to have for the future :) Children say the sweetest things!

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  7. I love the way children speak but they can be so embarrassing too...we went to a meal once and the host was talking to the group about the history of the building when our just turned 2 year old (not even knowing what it meant) started shouting out 'BOOOORING" (he'd heard his older brother and sister saying it) and everyone around us started sniggering...I went bright red! They seem to have a way of saying the right things at exactly the right...or wrong time!! It's great to record it though as it changes so fast. Very sweet!

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  8. Kids come out with the funniest things. I can't wait until Baby is talking properly x

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  9. Toddlers say the funniest things and usually over react!

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  10. I love them at that age, they come out with such funny stuff :)

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  11. Definitely agree that at 3 children come out with the best conversation!

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  12. So sweet. I'm worried I'm going to forget all those funny things my kids have said so it's a great idea to put it in a blog post.

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  13. Children are so funny :) My son doesn't have many words but some of the words he says or rather mispronounces are very amusing - bless him.

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  14. What lovely memories for you! We so easily forget and it's great to have them written down like this x

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  15. Lovely to be able to record these cute little anecdotes on your blog - so funny!

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  16. My little chap is the same age, and it is funny listening to some of the things he comes out with! So important to record some of them so they dont get forgotten too!

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  17. Eliza is full of funny expressions at the moment - I must write them down

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  18. Awww - poor you - I' sure you don't have a tummy like Pooh! Kids say the finniest things :-)
    Love Vicky
    http://www.aroundandupsidedown.co.uk/

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  19. Lovely memories to look back on! Fantastic post :D

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  20. This is so cute, kids say the best things at this age and it's always good to write them down.x

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  21. A fab way to treasure those memories - they're so easily forgotten as there's always so many of them!

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  22. Bless I love their conversations they are so cute at that age

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  23. kids say the cutest things! love it! x

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