I know alot of these topics on here are mostly serious things that we all are seeking advice on, but does anyone have any funny stories they would like to share about something your child has said or done. For example, I have been laughing so hard at my 3 year old son tonight after something he told his grandparents. He has just had surgery on his eyes this week, so his grandparents which live right in front of us, have been paying him a little extra attention. Well tonight they came over and brought him and his little brother some oatmeal cookies. They ate a couple and went right back to playing with a new toy train my wife and I got them earlier. Around 10p.m., the grandparents were getting ready to leave. They asked for their usual hugs good night, and my boys did hug and loved them by-by. My 3 year old then looks up at his grandparents and said, "You can leave here, but the cookies are staying in my moma's kitchen! Good night." He never cracked a smile and was just as serious as he could be. When we all caught our breath from laughing so hard, I did have him thank his grandparents for the cookies. Now share your stories. I think children can be so funny.
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