Question of the day from Jason and Jenny

What’s the most embarrassing thing your kid has ever said to you or someone else in your presence?

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10 Responses to Question of the day from Jason and Jenny

  1. mssc54 says:

    Gosh, there are so many I can’t even remember one of them.

  2. Jenny says:

    This one just came to mind: I was getting out of the shower and Hunter walked in and said “Mommy are those your balls?” pointing to my chest…LOL

  3. Joy says:

    When Jason was about 3, my mom, uncle Ronnie and I were in Dayton’s buying crystal and there were all these La-di-da ladies all standing in line and Jason said to my mom “fana, I have to poop!” My uncle and I walked away and my mom told him “sh” so he said it again. That was so hilarious!!!

  4. SKL says:

    Ha ha, I can tell you have a three-year-old.

    My kids still don’t have much of a filter. I hate it when they say things about people’s appearance or how they smell. Especially Miss A has this picky / intolerant streak. She’ll come to my bed for snuggles in the morning, then inform me that I haven’t brushed my teeth. My kids both said “eeew” because a guy had a mustache they didn’t fancy. And they always say “eew, why is that guy naked?” when they see a guy without a shirt on. Stuff like that. I’m pretty sure they know that they shouldn’t do these things, because I’ve told them enough times. I think they are just trying to get my goat most of the time.

    They also aren’t too good about keeping our dirty laundry to themselves, so to speak. One day about 6 months ago both girls were being pretty bad and frankly embarrassed me, so I was reading them the riot act in the car afterwards. Someone said something that really pissed me off, so they got it once across the face. Not my usual style, but it happened. So to this day my kids will say, “yeah, that was the time you slapped my face, right?” And the one time I used my foot to nudge my kid for dawdling, “you kicked me” to the whole world. And every time I accidentally bump or scratch them, they will point it out for all to hear.

    Oh, and the time we were in the kiddy room of the museum and I told the girls it was time to leave. Miss E said, “damn” just like it was the normal thing for a kid to say. It was totally out of the blue – I don’t even do that around them. But yeah, the guy running the kiddy room looked horrified because the way she said it, you would think I let her talk like that all the time.

    Oh, and I think my kids are too old to holler “mom, can you wipe my butt?” but they disagree.

    I’m pretty sure my kids have said plenty to embarrass me during daycare, but thankfully the teachers haven’t reported most of it to me.

  5. Laura says:

    I can’t think of anything at the moment. I’m sure I’ve blocked it all out…

  6. Nikki says:

    I don’t remember how old Bailey was. We were in a store and there was a fairly large man, he had a really big belly. Bailey asked why his belly was so big! I don’t think he heard it, but people around us did and they just laughed. Kids…it’s rather refreshing actually, they just say what they think!

    Other than that, I can’t remember too many incidents that embarrassed me.

  7. Phyllis says:

    Does anyone else remember little ones who have a problem with the “tr” sound? It seems every single kid in our family has used the “f” sound instead for a while. Which of course means that when they’re pointing to a truck it comes out F***. I kid you not…. every single child in the family has done that! Including the now 3 1/2 yr great!

  8. SKL says:

    My eldest is only now starting to say “L” halfway properly, and only when she thinks about it. Otherwise she has said a few things funny – like “you are yucky” (lucky). There are others but they don’t come to mind. I try to get her to say “the lion shall lie down with the lamb” which is always funny. “Yellow” comes out “le-yo” when she puts in the effort to make the “L” sound. She has trouble with some other sounds, but mostly they are not unusual at age four. Oh well, practice, practice! I think she’ll be articulate by the start of KG.

    Speaking of pronunciation, Miss E was reading a book and came across the word “bickering.” She wanted to know what that meant, so I told her. Enlightened, she said, “ha ha, bitchering.” Oops.

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