From the mouths of babes #15

From the mouths of babes is a weekly linky which invites you to share a post, old or new, about something your children have said. Perhaps they have just started babbling for the first time, or said their first definite word. It could be something cute, or funny, or incredibly embarrassing – whatever it is, I’d love to hear all about it.


Thank you so much to everyone who linked up last week – I really enjoyed reading all your posts about the things that your little ones have been saying and there were so many adorable moments from last week’s posts. I loved Birds and Lilies‘ list of some of the hilarious things her daughter has been saying and Sticky Mud and Belly Laughs’ son’s version of the Easter story which had Jesus walking the plank – gotta love the imagination of children!

From the mouths of babes #15 - Little Hearts, Big Love

This week I’m sharing a funny moment from my eleven year old niece who is staying with us at the moment. Whilst we were enjoying our roast lamb at dinnertime, she was telling us about someone she knew who did a big roast at a charity event by “putting a sheep on a Spitfire”. The resulting vision of a sheep in googles flying a Spitfire did make me chuckle – don’t think I’m ever going to be able to eat a spit-roast ever again without thinking of that one!

If you’d like to share your posts about something your children have said (or sung!), then please add the badge code below and link up with me. The linky opens each Monday from 6am and closes on Friday at 11pm so there is plenty of time to link up your posts (old and new posts are welcome!). I will also try and share posts via Twitter – please use the hashtag #ftmob and I’ll do my best to retweet them. I also have a Pinterest board and will be sharing posts here too.

Look forward to hearing what your little ones have been saying.


Little Hearts, Big Love
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8 thoughts on “From the mouths of babes #15

  1. Lol that’s brilliant! I can imagine this crazed sheep on a spitfire. Isn’t it great how they take a concept and allow their brains to process it. Even better when they say it incorrectly.

  2. That’s brilliant! It’s nice when older children mal sweet mistakes like that and show us that even though they look bigger, they are still quite small and innocent!

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