KIDS ARE FUNNY

KIDS SAY THE FUNNIEST THINGS!


Lisa: Look at that big ruby ring with sparkles that I painted on your little finger. Do you like it?

Mommy, I have ladybugs on my feet!

Child: (5 year old girl): Yes!
Lisa: Let’s have Dad take a picture of it. Then remember these words, “Benchmark Size.”

Lisa: You are so beautiful. Did you know that?
Child: (4 year old girl): Yes

Lisa: Are you smart, too?
Child: (4 year old girl): Yes
Lisa: Are you humble and modest?
Child: (4 year old girl): Yes

Lisa: Are you married?
Child: (4 year old boy): No, that’s silly.

Lisa: Will you sit still for me?
Child: (2.5 year old boy): No

Lisa: What would you like painted today?

Puppy & Princess are Best Friends

Child: (3 year old boy): Lightning The Queen

Lisa: Shall we paint Lightning McQueen on your arm or face?
Child: (3.5 year old boy) ….arm….
Lisa: [Lightning McQueen is a cartoon character] Have you seen Lightning McQueen?
Child: (3.5 year old boy) Yes, on my shoes.

Lisa: And what is Daddy’s name?
Child (4 year old girl): Allan
Lisa: What is mommy’s name?
Child: (4 year old girl): Mommy

While at the farmer’s market, a vendor’s child, a 4 year old girl gets a mermaid painted, a unicorn, and hearts painted with glitter. She is elated, hops around with joy, criss-crossing her feet, prancing into the air.

Child: (4 year old girl): Look my feet are dancy today….

Child: (5 year old) Mom, remember when I was four….

Child: (5 year old) Mom, remember a really long time ago…..yesterday….

Child’s Mom: RJ, Can you pick something else other than a skeleton. We’re going to church.

THAT TICKLES!

Lisa: How old are you?
Child: 4 year old boy replies, “Four”
Lisa: What do you want to be when you grow up?
Child: “Five”

Lisa: How old are you?
Child: 3 year old girl holds up 3 fingers.
Lisa: You’re three? When will you be four?
Child: On my birthday.

Lisa: How are you today?
Child: (6 year old girl) My life is so much fun. I’m happy. I have everything.

Lisa: What would you like to be when you grow up?
Child: (3 year old girl) A Woman.
Dad: Glad you want to be a woman, honey; it would be complicated otherwise.

A four year old boy quickly scans the face painting choices on my marquee and immediately chooses what seems to be the first picture he sees which is a red race car.
Mom: Are you sure you want a red race car? There’s lots of other things. Take a CLOSER look.
The child then leans CLOSER to the red race car. “Yeah, I want the red race car.”

Lisa: Are you married?
Child: (3 year old girl) I think so.

Lisa: Mom, what nationality is your daughter?
Mom: She Filipina on my side,  and Irish, WASP, German on Dad’s side. My mother-in-law, her Caucasian grandmother, while helping her granddaughter out of the car, extended her hand and said, “Allow me to help you out my beautiful Filipino Princess.”
4 Year Old Daughter Replies: Thank you, white lady.

Lisa: How old are you?
Child: (4 year old boy) Five
Mom: Honey, you’re 4

Lisa: How old do you have to be to get married?
Child: (4 year old girl) Fifteen
Mom: Sigh…

Lisa: How old do you have to be before you start dating?

EVEN BATMAN LOVES MOM

Child: (5 year old boy) 14
Mom: Higher
Child: (5 year old boy) 15
Mom: Higher
Child: (5 year old boy) 16
Mom: MAYBE….

Lisa: What are you going to be when you grow up?
Child: (7 year old boy) An orthinologist
Child: (5 year old brother ) Spiderman

Lisa: How old should you be before you date?
Child: (5 year old girl) I don’t know.
Lisa: Take a guess.
Child: (5 year old girl) Thirty-five
Dad: That’s right. And I’ll need to see his financials first.

Lisa: How old should you be before you have a boyfriend?
Child: (6 year old) I have boyfriends now.
Mom: What?

Lisa: How many boyfriends do you have?
Child: (6 year old) Four
Lisa: Does mom know?
Child: No.
Lisa: She knows now.

Lisa: (talking to 3 year old girl): How old are you?
Child: (Her 5 year old brother answers) 3 years old
Lisa: (talking to 3 year old girl): What do you want to be when you grow up?
Child: (Her 5 year old brother answers) A princess
Lisa: (talking to 3 year old girl): You are a great ventriloquist. I didn’t see your lips move.

A two year old boy is sitting on his Dad’s lap ready to be painted.
The boy chooses a simple snake image.
Lisa: Ok, a snake, would you like a scary one or nice one?
Child: (2 years old) Nice one.
Lisa: Are you going to be a good boy and sit still for me?
Child: I’m not ready.

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