Kids always say the funniest and sweetest things.
Share your favorite kids' moments and laughs, and spread some joy and laughter to all!
Email your stories and sayings using the secure form below

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Saturday, April 30, 2011


We were on the feminine needs aisle during a trip to the store. My son looked around for a moment at the maxi section and then said in a loud, clear voice: 

"Look at all these diapers!"

Michael - age 5

Thursday, April 28, 2011

This week's winner!

Congratulations to Jax! His Easter post was chosen for the weekly gift card.

Keep those submissions coming, and another post will be chosen next week!

"I can show you where to hide the Easter eggs, and then I can forget where they are so I can find them later."

Jax - age 4

Wednesday, April 27, 2011


Discussion with Peyton about how birds feed young versus mammals:

Me: "What do humans feed their infants instead of regurgitating food for them?"

Peyton: "Turkey?"

Peyton - age 7


Peyton isn't allowed out of bed till 7. She came downstairs at 6:45.

Me: "It's not 7 yet."

Peyton: "It's 7 o'clock somewhere!"

Peyton - age 7

Good luck

I was preparing to run in a local mud run.  After I explained the details of the run to my 7 year old daughter's friend she replied:  

"Good luck, I hope you don't get death!"
Macie - age 7


At the park, a bird pooped while flying away and a little got on Robert's head. He asked me:

"Why did that bird poop on my head? Did he think I was a nest?"

Robert - age 3

Sunday, April 24, 2011

The Old Days

"Momma, when you were a kid, was it the old days?"

Emma - age 6

Fleece and Fleas

Mom: "Austin, you need to use a fleece blanket, because it's going to be very cold tonight."
Austin: "But I don't want to sleep with fleas!"

Austin - age 4

Saturday, April 23, 2011


My daughter asks daddy what he does at work. He explains about all the supervisory things a manager does. She then replies: 
"So there are two stages in the work cycle: the workers and the watchers?"

Amelia - age 7

Thursday, April 21, 2011

Bye-bye, butterfly!

We let some butterflies free that we grew in a habitat. As she watched them fly away,

"Bye-bye, butterflies! Have a good trip, and don't die!"

Renee - age 5


"I can show you where to hide the Easter eggs, and then I can forget where they are so I can find them later."

Jax - age 4

Out of laughs

Mom (trying to make a joke about tater tots): "Why aren't you laughing?"
Kelly (very seriously): "I'm all out of laugh right now." 

Kelly - age 5


Mom: "I love you so much!"
Justin: "I love you more!"
Mom: " I love you times 5!"
Justin: "I love you times infinity!"
Mom: "I love you times infinity squared!"
Justin: "I love you times infinity triangled!"

Justin - age 7


"If a hen lays an egg and it's not fertilized by the rooster, then it's breakfast!"

Ryan - age 9


After we put up our bird feeder and the birds found it:
Ashley: "Oh, look, we have customers!"

Ashley - age 6


"I don't want to be a lawmaker when I grow up; too much work!"

Grace - age 5


"Grandma, was Jesus a ghost?"

Emily - age 7


"Momma, too much icing doesn't make me makes me sweet!"  

-Austin - age 4


Hello, and welcome to my new blog! After hearing something funny my 7-year-old said recently, it occured to me that every parent out there has a plethora of funny, cute, and touching stories about their kids. So, I got the idea to create a central place where parents can submit their stories/sayings/quotes/doings of their kids so we can all share in the laughter!

Please submit your entries to I will try to post 3-4 entries daily, and each week I will choose one random entry to win a $25 gift card to Gymboree!

So, let's see those entries! Feel free to send in anything you have overheard from your child, nieces, nephews, grandkids, friends' kids...whoever! Only first names and ages of kiddos will be posted, and emails will not be sold or given to any third parties. Be sure your email is accurate so you can receive notification if you have won the weekly gift card!

Can't wait to see your cute stories!

Best regards,