From the mouths of babes: November 2018

From the mouths of babes is a linky all about sharing the things that children say. Whether it’s those adorable mispronounced words, glimpses into their imaginations or just the blunt observations that children make, I’d love to hear about them.

 

The linky runs monthly, opening on the 1st day of the month and staying open until 21st, so there is plenty of time to link up!

 

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  • Posts should include a quote or observation on something a child has said.
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Sophie on a carousel horse - "From the mouths of babes: November 2018"

 

Sophie says… November 2018

Here are some of the things Sophie has been saying recently:

 

Expressions

“Oh. My. Goodness. Oh my golly gosh.”

Sophie on Thomas

S: (watching me changing Thomas’s nappy) “Mummy, Thomas did a poonami.”

Me: “No, that was just a poo. A poonami is when it goes all up his back and we have to change his clothes.”

S: “And if Thomas wees up his back, he’ll do a weenami!”

 

S: “Mummy, Thomas is so handsome. When he grows up he can marry me.”

Me: “No, he’s your brother. You can’t marry your brother.”

S: (disappointed) “Then how will I get a ring like yours?”

 

S: (from the back of the car) “Mummy, Thomas is asleep. No, he’s awake. No, asleep. No, awake. No, asleep.”

Me: “I think that’s called blinking, Sophie.”

 

Sophie on Jessica

“I’m thinking about Jessica. I think about Jessica every day.”

“Mummy, I wish Jessica was still at my school so I could play with her in the playground.”

 

“Jessica is still there in our hearts Mummy. Right here. I can feel her in my tummy.”

 

 

Looking forward to reading what your little ones have been saying!

 

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2 Comments

  1. Emma
    November 1, 2018 / 6:49 am

    My three year old says a few words wrong “squibber” – squirrel, “patsy” – pasty and he can’t say quavers, so calls them crisp yellow, because of the yellow packaging

    • Louise
      Author
      November 1, 2018 / 10:15 pm

      I love squibber for squirrel. Those little mispronunciations are adorable 🙂

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