Is it teething time for your little one?


Kids are truly hilarious and they ALWAYS come out with the strangest (and most embarrassing) things imaginable! We asked MummyPages Mums to share the most recent thing their little one has said, and this is what they said:  


1. Sarah Durkan: "Last November, my four-year-old son had a doctor's appointment as he was a bit unwell. While in the waiting room, my son saw someone being brought into a room on a stretcher, a few minutes later he saw the same person being put into a waiting ambulance. He then loudly says: "Mum look, that person is dead". I explained to him that they weren't dead and were either sick or hurt, and were going to hospital to get better. My son replied: "No mum, when a person is on that bed, that means they are dead". The waiting room was packed. Everyone had a good laugh and I was mortified!"


2. Caroline Wall Brady: "My four-year-old asked me in Aldi when she was born did she come out of my bum...?"


3. Ellen Tobin Wolfe: "My three-year-old son asked me out loud in a coffee shop: 'Mam, where's your willy?!'"



4. Michelle O'Donnell: "A couple of weeks ago, I brought my four-year-old daughter to a party she had been invited to. While there she was very nervous and quiet as we didn't really know anybody well. There was a great spread and my daughter was asked on numerous occasions would she like something to eat i.e. sausages, burger, chips etc. She kept saying she wasn't hungry. Finally, a while later, she started saying: "I'm starving, I want something to eat". I was chatting and asked her to hold on a moment and I'd get her some food. She had no patience (obviously) and ran over and picked up a sandwich, munching on it like she'd never been fed. She proceeded to spit it into a tissue, saying quite loudly: "Who puts that into a sandwich? IT'S DISGUSTING". Tuna wasn't what she expected when she bit into it. Absolutely morto!"


5. Holly Buckle: "After teaching my four-year-old the anatomy differences between men and women, I then stupidly went food shopping.It was here that she started shouting: 'Mammy, that man has a penis', at the top of her lungs. Followed by: 'And he has a penis and he has a penis and she has a vagina like me! Don't forget the pointing - I cried from laughing'."


6. Christina Peters: "I was collecting my then four-year-old son from reception and his teacher told me that he had been telling everyone that Mummy and Daddy were making babies in the garden at the weekend... I went bright red and had to explain that Mummy and Daddy were, in fact, planting some seeds of the flower kind... We had told him that babies were made by planting special seeds."


7. Natalie Archibald: "I was shopping with my (then) three-year-old - tt was around the time when the first Pirates of the Caribbean film came out!
Anyway, we were walking around a shop when a man with a turban walked past us. Out of nowhere, my daughter points and shouts: 'Wow Mummy, look a pirate' 
A few people around me burst out laughing - I was speechless. Luckily, he just walked off completely oblivious to what she'd said."


8. Amy Harriet Francis: "My little boy had storytelling week at nursery. That following weekend we'd been swimming at the gym and in the showers he started talking about his favourite character, the Big Bad Wolf. And then, all of a sudden, in the best wolf voice he could do he goes: "Mummy, what big boobies you have. I'm going to huff and puff and blow them away..." 



9. Elena Stepney: One morning when my son was in preschool, I was late so, in a hurry, I sat my boy on the bed and got him changed and then myself. The first pair of pants I pulled out of my draw had a picture of a cupcake on, and when I finally got to preschool I signed him in only for my son to try to pull my trousers dow,n telling his teacher I've got pudding on my pants..... I was mortified!"


10. Angelina Strati: "We walked into my local shop and my two-year-old looked at a man being served at the till and goes: 'Hiya Daddy'. All I could do was laugh as his wife looked puzzled!"


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