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What was the best or most memorable thing your child has said to you?

 
CrazyMama73 (OP)

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Re: What was the best or most memorable thing your child has said to you?
Not really funny ha-ha, but memorable...

I had a disabled son who passed away a couple of years ago. Back in the early 80's he used to ride the bus to school. One day when I picked him up at the bus stop I saw that he had been crying. I asked him what was wrong. He said..."Mom, I know what's wrong with me...God just didn't make me right."

I was speechless, but held back the tears...eventually I said that God had made him just right.....

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My son, before going to bed said, " Mom, You are my favorite girl"

That made my day and much more.

He is 4 now.

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Re: What was the best or most memorable thing your child has said to you?
when my daughter was 2 she said.."Mommy...I'm here to help."
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My son said to me when he was six years of age, "Mom, we are soulmates.":ltr:
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Not really funny ha-ha, but memorable...

I had a disabled son who passed away a couple of years ago. Back in the early 80's he used to ride the bus to school. One day when I picked him up at the bus stop I saw that he had been crying. I asked him what was wrong. He said..."Mom, I know what's wrong with me...God just didn't make me right."

I was speechless, but held back the tears...eventually I said that God had made him just right.....

tissue
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Everyone is perfect and beautiful. Everyone has something wonderful to bring. hf
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So true...thank you and thank you for this thread! hugs

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Last night my 5 year old son kept getting up...first to get a drink...then to use the potty...you know all the old tricks to staying awake, and then he came into the living room and said "mom i have a secret for you" and said "that's it you need to get to bed right now" and he went back to his room, a little later i went in to check on him and he was laying there with his eyes open and I said "your not asleep yet" and he said i have to tell you something, and i said ok go ahead and he said i have to tell you in your ear....so he got up and put his little hands on my face and said "your the best mom in the whole world....and my heart was crushed and so happy at the same time....he wanted to tell me so bad an hour before that i didn't let him, but you know i just had this nagging feeling so i went back in and I'm so glad that i did.
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A few years ago my son told me I was "battlehardened".....I pondered that for quite a while with a smirk on my face, albeit not the most flattering thing to say to a female but it remains a very endearing word and moment to this day.
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My kid said

"dad , beer taste better as i grow older"

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Most memorable/bittersweet/life-lesson from my daughter:

When she was 2, we had a little potty chair that was also a stool when the lid was closed. When she went, it didn't always get emptied immediately (I either didn't realize she'd gone or was in the middle of something else and forgot, etc.)

Anywho, one day I whacked my elbow on something and was wincing in pain for a moment, which my daughter witnessed. She then disappeared for a bit, while I was busy doing housework. I realized she'd been too quiet for a bit too long (anyone who has experience with toddlers knows silence often equals mischief!). I looked around the house and found her in the bathroom standing on her potty seat/stool trying to open the medicine cabinet, but pee was spilled everywhere. I used to have a very short fuse, and I immediately freaked out, whacked her bottom and screamed at her, both for making the mess and trying to open the medicine cabinet which she knew was a big no-no. She instantly burst into tears, but I angrily put her in her room on timeout, cleaned up the mess. I then went into her room and asked her what she was doing in the bathroom. She quietly whimpered "I get bandaid for your boo-boo Mommy."

I am actually in tears typing this. My heart sank; I have never, ever felt such regret. I can still see the look of fear and absolute betrayal in her eyes... My God did I wish I could take my harsh words and behavior back!

I hugged her tight and told her that I loved her, thanked her for trying to help me, and told her that I was so, so sorry that I had lashed out at her before giving her the chance to explain, and promised that wouldn't happen again. (I've worked hard to make sure it didn't, and am still working on my anger management today)

She is now 6 and we have a great relationship, and she is an incredibly kind, loving and respectful child. I'm pretty sure I didn't scar her for life (I hope), but that experience sure did scar me. But it also made me work a LOT harder to be a kinder person and a better mother.

(still wish I could take it back though)
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Re: What was the best or most memorable thing your child has said to you?
There are so many funny things :

like it is raining can you hear the trees growing.
do fish hug each other to keep warm.

then more serious like when a 4 year old told me she did not want to be here but god told her she had to come.

most recently the following:
i had been sleeping in a tent in the garden through summer and early winter.
i challenged myself to go right through winter.

it had been windy for 3 nights, and in a tent one can't sleep in the wind. so i was shaken and not very strong.
on my way out that night, iona, 10 called me into the lounge. she had made me a bed in front of the fire.
she had placed flowers and incense there.
before i could say anything she said " you are no less of a warrior if you nurture yourself" and when i mentioned that i would be missing the earth energy she looked at the fire and with a wicked smile she said 'meet fire energy mom'.
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She didn't say this to me, but it was damned funny...

My 5 year old was sitting there playing Insaniquarium (a fish tank game where you feed your fish and shoot aliens that pop up in your tank trying to eat them)...

And I suddenly hear her tell her fish, "Now, you eat that. I don't want to hear you say, 'I'm hungry' in an hour!"

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Re: What was the best or most memorable thing your child has said to you?
"why are politicians so evil"
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08/17/2012 03:16 PM

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Re: What was the best or most memorable thing your child has said to you?
She didn't say this to me, but it was damned funny...

My 5 year old was sitting there playing Insaniquarium (a fish tank game where you feed your fish and shoot aliens that pop up in your tank trying to eat them)...

And I suddenly hear her tell her fish, "Now, you eat that. I don't want to hear you say, 'I'm hungry' in an hour!"

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That is funny! chuckle
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Re: What was the best or most memorable thing your child has said to you?
She didn't say this to me, but it was damned funny...

My 5 year old was sitting there playing Insaniquarium (a fish tank game where you feed your fish and shoot aliens that pop up in your tank trying to eat them)...

And I suddenly hear her tell her fish, "Now, you eat that. I don't want to hear you say, 'I'm hungry' in an hour!"

laugh
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That is funny! chuckle
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She couldn't wait til she had kids to turn into her mother...

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Re: What was the best or most memorable thing your child has said to you?
My daughter was two and ,while she was being potty trained she looked at me and said "Mom be patient, the best things come from being patient".

Anyone else have something said to them from their child or a child, that sticks with you?
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When my daughter, Precious Treasure, was 2, she didn't realize the difference between men and fathers. Every time she spotted me she would yell "My Daddy!!" and wrap herself in a death grip around my left leg.
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Got some new ones now. I would love to hear more from my fellow GLP'rs

My darling son, while getting his hair cut at the barber, was chatting it up with the hair cutter. During a wonderful conversation about what he does at school, what things interest him, my son says to the barber " I am getting taller, I am almost at my Mom's Boobs now".

My daughter, who can be brutally honest some times was at my friends house. It was just about lunch time and my friend had offered to make some sandwiches, cheese sandwiches specifically. Just as my friend had opened a sliced processed cheese slice and put it on the bread my daughter said to her and me "MOM, didn't you say that square cheese is one molecule away from being plastic, why is "so and so" putting a plastic square on my bread and calling it cheese".

Very embarrassed by it, but she was soo right!
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Re: What was the best or most memorable thing your child has said to you?
Mine was, "Dad, I'm pregnant. It's a girl. You are the father."
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Mine was, "Dad, I'm pregnant. It's a girl. You are the father."
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