First I brought you Two-Year-Old Kid Quotes, then Three-Year-Old Kid Quotes, then Three-Year-Old Kid Quotes Part 2 (goodness, put a cork in it already), and lastly, my personal favorite, Momma Quotes. Now it is time to continue the tradition.
I will fight your foot. I will fight your head. I will FIGHT YOUR PENIS!
Momma, do you have your penis yet?
Momma, you’re making me crazy.
My hair hurts so I can’t go to church.
I’m not hitting them. I’m petting them.
Please, we buy another baby?
I forgot to remember.
I’m hugging you because I want lunch.
After you’re done cleaning the dishes, will you clean this bleed?
I’m not happy. I don’t want to have fun.
We’re holding hands. Like friends!
I’m a naughty man. Because I have a gun.
Daddy, I will catch it to ya! [throw]
Momma, stop talking please. I’m looking at my blankie.
With the windows down in the car:
Momma, you need a haircut because your hair is blowin’ out.
We have to buy a sister.
The policeman said we have to sleep. It’s the rules.
We should go outside. That won’t make us fussier.
Yay! We don’t have diarrhea anymore. Heavenly Father made us better! And bananas made us better!
Daddy, I want a piggybank ride. [piggyback]
This cape helps me be naughtier.
I want to watch Elmo so we can calm down.
…Weird Conversations with Momma…
Me: But there are no more dinosaurs.
R: Where they go?
Me: They all died.
R: They in heaven?
Me: Uhhhhhh…. Yes?
R: THE DINOSAURS EAT GOD?!
Me: Good morning. I love you.
Me: Where are you taking baby Jesus?
R: To the Christmas tree farm. Jesus needs a Christmas tree. We are going to look at mountains. Look at mountains like Grammy does. Did you hear me? LIKE GRAMMY DOES!!!!
R: Who gave you two babies?
Me: Heavenly Father
Me: To give you brothers.
R: I don’t want brothers anymore.
Me: You will be fine.
R: I will not be fine.
Me: Don’t jump off that.
R: I’m not jumping. I’m flying like a bird.
Me: Where is your pee-pee? Where did it go?
R: I’m holding it out. [holding it in]
The first time he told me a tale:
Me: Who opened your closet and spilled all these toys?
R: The Open-The-Closet Man. He’s real. And he opens closets.
…Strange Religious Stuff…
On the way home from church:
Me: How was your first day of Primary?
R: [Thinks] We be so noisy.
In his bed, in the dark (the only place I’m allowed to sing):
R: Will you sing me a song about Jesus?
R: Please bless the quinoa.
Me: Did you sing ‘I am a child of God’?
R: No! I hope not!
Me: Your brother has a fever.
R: Don’t worry. I will pray on his head.
To his brother:
You better not do that or I will hurt your penis! [?!]
About his brother:
Can we take off his head?
I’m gonna give G a hug. Otherwise he’s my favorite.
Momma, G is playing with a cord. G, you can’t play with a cord. Now you have to tell Daddy and Daddy will be so sad.
R: Get out of here!
Me: Talk nicely to your brothers!
R: Get out of here, OKAY?!
My brother won’t hug me! [cries]
Why my baby brother have little hands? And a baby doll head?
Me: Did you miss me today?
R: No, I missed my brothers.
G is noising. [being noisy]
What you doin, sleepy-pie? [sweetie pie]
G has a penis! [hysterical laughter] Like me and Daddy do!!! [more laughter]
Me: Do you wanna go ride your bike with Cleo [the dog]?
R: No thank you. Cleo doesn’t know how to ride a bike.
R: Can we please send Cleo to heaven now?
R: She be naughty and ate E’s bread and now she has to go to heaven.
Me: Oh, poor Cleo just wants you to pet her.
R: NO! I will be poor R.
Wait! Don’t let Cleo in! I need to get my underwear on. So she doesn’t sniff it.
After we took Cleo to the kennel before vacation:
Cleo’s not here to sniff my underwear. Oh well. [big sigh]
R: G is deaf like Cleo.
Me: No, he just doesn’t listen.
R: Ohhhh! He doesn’t listen!
I prayed on Cleo’s head so she wouldn’t get old.
I want Cleo to die now.
…And Some More Stuff…
While in time-out:
I’m trying to pee in my pants.
While riding in a cart, shouting to other Target shoppers:
Whoa! My momma goes so fast!!!!
To his cousin:
R: Hey, you can sit on my daddy if you want to. My daddy’s good at that. Not your daddy.
When I put lotion on his bottom:
Momma, stop it! Stop being a good helper!
While filling two cups in the bathroom:
Look, Momma, I’m saving these for the power.
I need a lot of sleepies. A lot of sleepies because I wake up so late. [early]
Uncle T: What’s your favorite girl name?
In a dressing room:
Momma, put your pants on PLEASE!!!!!!!
On Christmas Eve:
Let’s go nite nite cuz Santa Claus is coming to town..
To his brother:
Tomorrow I will be five. You will be five another day, ok? SAY OKAY!
…And the Scariest Thing I Heard All Year…
Momma, I tried to baptize the babies.
It’s getting harder to publicize funny quotes as he gets older… I don’t want to embarrass him too much! I left out most of the potty ones, although they were hilarious, and of course, most of the references to penises (penii?). I also left out most of the adoption ones, because they are too private and precious.
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