Oh, No He Did NOT Just Say That…

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Forget about recording your children’s first words in their baby book, there should be a whole entire section dedicated to recording all the hair-raising things that come out of their mouths once they are old enough to form full sentences.

Below are 16 hair-raising, gross, & horrifying examples.

“Mom, is this a tick crawling on me? Never mind, I flicked it off.”
Said while sitting in the backseat of the car

“Mom! Joey made me spill my slush EVERYWHERE!!”
Also said while sitting in the backseat of the car

“Is Sharpie marker permanent?”
Said while sporting a drawn on uni-brow and goatee

“Don’t tell Mom, she’ll kill us!”
Murmured secretively behind a closed door

“Ooops, I thought that was a fart.”
Said while trying to prove to his brother that he can fart on command

“I have to poop.”
Said anytime that there is only a port-a-potty available

“I have a project due tomorrow.”
Said at 8:00 at night

“I don’t feel good.”
Said 10 minutes after you secured a babysitter for that evening and made plans for a date night with the hubster

“Fuck”
Said in front of the grandparents

“You promised we could get a dog when Cassidy turned 2!!!”
Said on Cassidy’s 4th birthday

“My dad spends a long time in the bathroom.”
Said in front of the entire Kindergarten class

“Mom! Mom! Mooooommmmmmm!!!”
Said late in the afternoon when I am hanging on by a thread

“I don’t have any clean underwear”
Said 10 minutes before you have to walk out the door for school

“So-and-so has strep throat.”
Said 24 hours after “so-and-so” has spent the night at your house

“ummm… so my dream was so weird last night…ummm…it was like, umm… we were at this place…ummm…wait, I’m trying to remember…ummmm…”
Said anytime you are in a huge rush

And last, but not least:
“What are we doing today?”
Said the first thing, on the first day of summer vacation…and every single morning of the summer thereafter.

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