conversation with my 4 year old

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Tuesday 21 May 2013 1.00pm
how big is the beach daddy
massive
how big,
enormous, you cant see the end either way, left or right
what mumber
25
wow

mumber is deliberate spelling mistake
Tuesday 21 May 2013 5.01pm
My son (aged three): I'm going to be a space man when I'm big

My daughter (aged 4): So am I

My son: Dont be silly. Ladies arent space men. Ladies are cookers and ballet dancers.

He's a nice boy (now knocking forty) and funnily enough has NOT turned out to be a Male Chauvinist Pig.
Tuesday 21 May 2013 10.52pm
My granddaughter, (around 4 then), "Granddad, I love you."
Me, (circa 68 then), "How much, Francesca?"
Francesca, "All the pennies in the world."
Cue granddad melting into an emotional heap.
Wednesday 22 May 2013 12.13pm
When my son saw the bricklayers arms flyover being built and was told what it was going to be, said why do they need a flyscraper!
Wednesday 22 May 2013 11.00pm
Tom Pepper wrote:
My granddaughter, (around 4 then), "Granddad, I love you."
Me, (circa 68 then), "How much, Francesca?"
Francesca, "All the pennies in the world."
Cue granddad melting into an emotional heap.



I've long suspected your nothing fazes me, vaguely cavalier, hard bitten old black cab driver persona masked a regular family guy underneath it all, now you've proved it.
Welcome to the human race Mr. Pepper, you'll be sympathising with cyclists next!
Monday 27 May 2013 11.10am
Seven year old reading in school does not recognise the word 'spectacles'- I take mine off to demonstrate. She looks me straight in the eye and says "Miss, do all old ladies wear spectacles?". In a flash of inspiration I reply "No, only the cool ones!" Result = One happy 7yr old, one happy 'old' lady in her early sixties.
Monday 27 May 2013 3.53pm
Tom Pepper wrote:
My granddaughter, (around 4 then), "Granddad, I love you."
Me, (circa 68 then), "How much, Francesca?"
Francesca, "All the pennies in the world."
Cue granddad melting into an emotional heap.

lovely, lovely.
Monday 27 May 2013 10.11pm
Debrajoan wrote:
Tom Pepper wrote:
My granddaughter, (around 4 then), "Granddad, I love you."
Me, (circa 68 then), "How much, Francesca?"
Francesca, "All the pennies in the world."
Cue granddad melting into an emotional heap.



I've long suspected your nothing fazes me, vaguely cavalier, hard bitten old black cab driver persona masked a regular family guy underneath it all, now you've proved it.
Welcome to the human race Mr. Pepper, you'll be sympathising with cyclists next!


Are you familiar with the phrase, "Don't push the envelope" DJ?
Wednesday 12 June 2013 12.46pm
Me, to 4 yr old as we were getting ready to go to the park: hey, you've got your shoes on the wrong feet.

Him: But I haven't got any other feet.

Hard to argue with small child logic :)
Thursday 13 June 2013 12.49pm
took my 12 year old away at half term and we stayed in a nice hotel 4 * with a "posh" resturant. My son after moaning the menu was to up market for him then settled on a very expensive sirloin steak. The waiter did the usual how would sir like it cooked a nd then asked him if he wanted a sauce on his steak-yep you've guessed it he asked for tomarto Ketchup!!
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