Oh my gosh!! No way. The things kids just know so early! It's unreal. A favorite story of mine is of my cousin/best friend's little boy from a couple years ago. We were at a christian baseball tournament, and all of a sudden he said, "What the heeeeelllll" Lol, it was so shocking and SO funny!!
My babe's not talking yet. But I'm so scared she's gonna say something like that in front of my mother or something someday! (stopping by from SITS)
Bwah! My question is ... how do you keep from laughing when it happens? LOL I do have a story, even though I'm not a parent. My cousins oldest son was looking out their living room window this past fall and his grandma, my auntie, was with him. He turned to her and said: "Look at all the fucking leaves on the lawn. So many fucking leaves." He was probably about 3 1/2 at the time, and the really funny thing is that he wasn't yelling or angry. Merely just describing the fucking leaves! We haven't stopped laughing about it, but I know his mother felt guilty. No doubt about where he heard it first!
When Taylor was about 3 1/2 she got quite annoyed when we were stuck in traffic, so she said... "Move it asshole"Turns out they really do listen to everything you say. I've learned to tone down my road rage quite a bit since then.
Did she use it in the proper context?
Amber, that's very funny! I'm sure several mouths dropped open!Holly, hopefully your little one will save those gems just for you. Thanks for stopping by!Diva, OMG, that's really funny! All those fucking leaves...I know the feeling well. I feel it every fall.Candice, they do listen to every word! I hear you on the road rage...I'm sure that's where all my choice words are heard.Anonymous, God dammit weren't you listening?! LOL
I have two that stick out in my mind...first when the boy was about 3.5 and at daycare he had become accustomed to using the 'f' bomb every now and again...when I told him that was a bad word and asked him where he heard it (in front of a daycare teacher...ugh) he said "you say it sometimes mama"...holy die of embarrasment.The other time...not so innocent on his part, he was about 5...I sent him for a timeout and he told me I was a "Bitch"...where he heard it and how he knew how to use it...I still don't know.
Oh, that is too hilarious!!
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