Things yer little uns say


#661

http://www.goldcoastbulletin.com.au/news/queensland/news-story/b76b621a01975705d3ca4be9ed56a080


#662

That’s very good use of NLP. Being a parent is challenging.

Sometimes, embedded commands can work well too.


#663

Miss 4 just made myself look at her poo in the toilet and said “one is you and one is me and they love each other like we do”.

Naaawwwww…yuck!


#664

l come into this thread infrequently, but not just to be entertained. l am also interested in the language development of these kids and the thought processes involved. They continue to crack me up.


#665

It’s OK to say no to looking at poo. Did your morbid curiosity get the best of you?


#666

She’s very persuasive. :laughing:


#667

I’d say always go look at the poo if requested, lest they bring it to you!


#668


#669

So if Santa Claus can see everything, he watches me doing a poo? - 7 year old Son getting ito the Christmas spirit


#670

Hit them with ‘if you don’t believe, you don’t receive’ shuts them up pronto


#671

Case in point - I’m 32 years old and I still believe in Santa Claus.


#672

18 month old small P loves vehicles - first word was car, learned train soon after, then bus and plane.
He has now learned the word for truck.
Kinda.
It starts with F.
It’s always a funny reaction.


#673

Howwwwwdy Ho!


#674

My brother said the same word… my Parents from then on called them lorries


#675

Fruck?


#676

Scooby?


#677

My parents banned toy trucks from church when my brother started that.

Our eldest used to say clock without pronouncing the L


#678

Ta.


#679

4 yo: “When I grow up, I’m going to be Santa”.


#680

And it ain’t because they want to give presents to people, right?