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Whether it brings a smile, a laugh, or a tear, your kids say something almost everyday that makes you stop in your tracks in amazement at their innocent view of life. Start saving and sharing those priceless memories right here.

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    sjnaples

    While driving to school yesterday morning, Benjamin and David were discussing frostbite. David asked me if he could get it. I told him that you always want to have your skin covered when it's really cold out, especially your fingers and toes. He said, "well, what if I don't want to wear a glove?" I told him he might lose 5 fingers. He said, "well, that wouldn't be a big deal!" I laid it on thick and told him he wouldn't be able to pick his nose (one of his favorite pastimes). "Yes I could Mom, I'd just use my other hand...." Touche!

    David, Age 5

    Posted 4 days, 9 hours ago
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    I took David to the doctor yesterday for pink eye. I told him not to touch anything in the waiting room, so he was walking around looking at the pamphlets on display. He pointed to one for Zyrtac and asked, "is this what I have?" (Maybe he was thinking the red eyes, but certainly did not have grass growing around his face....)

    David, Age 5

    Posted 1 week, 1 day ago
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    I pointed out to the boys a fallen stop sign yesterday on the way to school. Matthew asked, "who did that?" I said I don't know. Again, "who did that?" "I don't know." Matthew thought about it and then said, "Maybe it was Garfield."

    Matthew, Age 3

    Posted 1 week, 1 day ago
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    "Mom, is the moon out?" "No Matthew, the sun is out. When does the moon come out?" "On Sunday"

    Matthew, Age 3

    Posted 1 week, 1 day ago
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    Mateah: "Mommy! Guess what?! Mommy is a very popliar name!"

    Mateah, Age 5

    Posted 1 week, 3 days ago
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    Matthew was at my brother Mike's lakefront apartment in August. He looked out the window and said, "this pool is much bigger than Bubba's pool!" Bubba is his Grandpa Hammes...

    Matthew, Age 2

    Posted 3 weeks, 3 days ago
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    Mateah: "Noah, what does it feel like to be 7?" Noah: "It feels like you have too many jobs!"

    Noah, Age 7

    Posted 3 weeks, 5 days ago
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    August, walking the river walk in Savannah: Mateah: "It would be hard to wipe your bum with a hook for a hand"

    Mateah, Age 5

    Posted 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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    Dear Mateah: I question how credible you are when you announce that today at kindergarten you learned how to clean your nose with your tongue like a giraffe and also watched A Million Ways to Die in the West.

    Mateah, Age 5

    Posted 1 month, 2 weeks ago
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    Sarahyah

    "Don't ever take a sleeping pill and a pooping pill at the same time"

    Matthew, Age 9

    Posted 2 months ago
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