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“Mommy, that girl looks sloppy!” This is what my son yelled upon seeing a college student with day three hair, flip flops, and pajamas shopping for groceries. I turned to see if my husband was as embarrassed as I was and he was nowhere to be found. Turns out he sped off so as not to be associated with us. J What funny or embarrassing things have your children said?
My daughter used to always tell me, "Mommy, I don't like that kid!" They weren't kids that she knew, they just looked different from us. Sometimes it was their skin color and sometimes it was just the color of their hair. I told her that she doesn't always have to like everybody, but it's not nice to announce it that way.
She also has a tendency to announce when she has to use the bathroom. The worst one is when we're walking through the store and she loudly announces, "Mommy, I have to poop!" or "Mommy, I just farted."
HAHAH My 3 year old son was getting tired one day while out shopping with my bff and I. We were in a debate over baskets for a gift we were putting in it and my son was in the cart calling me. (He was right in front of me) I repeatedly told him I was busy to hold on a second and I'd talk to him, he would say "ok" then 3 seconds later start the " mommy, mommy, mommy, mommy" all over again. He apparently got tired of waiting and full on 2 hands grabbed my breasts right in the middle of the store. Needless to say I was mortified, snapped at him in the process scaring the crap out of him unintentionally, buried his face in my chest let out the biggest silent laughter in history then apologized to him for scaring him but said it was very wrong what he did.
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