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Old Oct 26th, 2013, 16:28 PM   61
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Foogirl that little accent is so adorable what a cheeky young lady you have there! Love it x

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Old Oct 28th, 2013, 13:19 PM   62
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Originally Posted by Noodlebear View Post
Foogirl that little accent is so adorable what a cheeky young lady you have there! Love it x
Thanks. I have to say we are glad that a year later she's lost the rough edges of her Glasweigan twang!

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Old Oct 31st, 2013, 09:37 AM   63
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last week my 4yr old started saying 'beavers' in a really soft voice with his eyes closed (funny on its own) i asked him where he had that from and he replied in the same soft voice 'the ocean'
that boy is very strange hahaha

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Old Nov 2nd, 2013, 09:17 AM   65
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Mines more creepy this time.

" The ghost boy lives in the Forrest (at our house). He dosnt come down from there as he likes the dark., He wont go to the light as it burns his eyes and he dosnt want to go in to the light. "

Then went on to explain something he shouldn't and couldn't have known again.

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Old Nov 2nd, 2013, 21:39 PM   66
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Not my own child, but I am 14 years older than my sister so I clearly remember some things from her early childhood.
When she was around 3, she had this habit of talking nonsense while playing by herself. She just put random words together without thinking. I was babysitting her at my place (moved out at 16) and I heard her say "to make babies, you bury a dynamite stick in a hole."
My brother turned to me and said, what a poetic way to describe the act and I was so glad we were alone at my apartment and not out in public because I would've been mortified!

Another time when she was a bit younger, we were shopping and she started describing everything she saw using loads of cuss words. I think my mother asked her husband to watch his language after that particular day lol

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Old Nov 4th, 2013, 05:20 AM   67
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I've started teaching Lucas about seasons so we were a bit excited to see lots of frost on the way to nursery this morning. After we did the whole touching it, seeing what colour it was, standing on it etc, I was showing him how it had settled on the rooftops, and I totally thought it was going well until he said..
"When I was a shelf, I would sit up on the roof getting all the frost"

I have literally no idea

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Old Nov 4th, 2013, 19:42 PM   68
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Babysitting my niece..husband walks in and says "good morning ladies"
She says "I not a lady!"
It was super cute

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Old Nov 9th, 2013, 08:19 AM   69
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Babysitting a 4.5 year old and she decides her ride-on-horse needs "mommy milk" and proceeds to pull up her shirt and let horse feed from her... (caught me off guard but really that's fine, ok.)

Then she turns to me and says "he's still hungry...I need you to feed him now. Just pull up your shirt, I won't look" and she hides behind the chair.

Umm...No, Ava...Not happening....

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Old Nov 10th, 2013, 13:32 PM   70
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On my first day of maternity leave I was explaining to LO that I didn't have to go to work anymore. He looked a bit thoughtful then replied
"You won't have anymore money then" very matter of factly

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