Being A Mom Makes You Say Weird Things…

Being a mom makes you say weird things:

“Of course it stung you; wasps don’t like to be petted.”

“No, no honey, we don’t lick furniture.”

“Sweetie, please get your toe out of your sister’s mouth.”

“Even if someone hugs it out of you, you should say, ‘Excuse me’ after tooting.”

“Shhh! Not so loud.  And don’t point, it’s not polite! Yes, that is a nice drawing on her shoulder, now shhh!”

“No, he doesn’t have a baby in his tummy. Please, I am begging you, talk quietly!”

“Shh, lower your voice. No, her face is not melting. Those are called wrinkles.”

“Well sweetie, sometimes your breath stinks, too.”
  
“You can’t marry Daddy; I got him first.”
 
“Don’t eat that, you’ll get worms!”
 
 “That’s not snow, honey…..it’s dust.”
 
Your shirt is not a napkin.”
 
“No, it’s not a Kleenex either.”
 
“You WILL eat it, and you WILL like it!”
 
This hurts me more than it hurts you.”
 
“Your underwear is not a hat.”
 
“NO YELLING!!!! YOU’LL WAKE THE BABY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”
 

 “You’re the oldest, you should know better.”

“No honey, we don’t wipe boogers on the couch.  Go get a Kleenex.”

“Well how would it make you feel if I spit in YOUR water?”

“Don’t put the chips back in the bowl after you’ve licked them.”

{High-pitched baby voice}  “You are a stinky poo-poo boy. Oh yes you are!  You stinky, stinky poopy boy!”

Yeah, I totally said that just yesterday to Paxton.

Don’t judge me.  It made him smile.

~T

4 thoughts on “Being A Mom Makes You Say Weird Things…

  1. Very cute. We talk about this all the time with a friends of ours. It’s the “The things you’d never think you’d say until you had kids”

  2. Oh my goodness!! You do make me smile! I remember the first time Macy saw a teenager with dyed hair. I seriously did not know she could use an indoor voice so loudly!! “Yes, sweetheart. Blue hair is silly. It does look nice on him though, doesn’t it? SHHHHHHHHHHHHHH!” Oh my, and the kleenex, tooting, and again – everything you wrote… how I relate! LOVE IT!! Thanks for posting this!!

I adore hearing from you, comment away! :)

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Google photo

You are commenting using your Google account. Log Out /  Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s