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LOL. Thanks for the image - that's cute :D
I suppose they can be when they're young but they can be a pain in the **** when they get in their early teens!
AH good I think kids are a pain in the butt from the moment they are born and it never ends.
Rooster I agree, but kids give me the creeps from birth on. All that screaming and jumping around is not necessary in public places. So many times a screaming kid destroys a good movie or a nice dinner out. I have gotten to the point I now go the the desk and tell the manager, to take care of it or refund my money. That usually works out well for everyone except the offenders parent for taking them out kid for being a bratt.
I agree, they can say the funniest things. lol
LOL!! Love it :D
My daughter, Amanda, could not say the word "Fork" correctly; instead, she said "**." I taught her to yell " I Want a Fork and SPOON please!" ("** SPOON!) One of my favorite home video moments there.
That seems like that might've been an hilarious video :) Sounds cute.
My friend had a grandson who couldn't say grammy it came out as dam me so when he got lost in a store he would yell out dam me dame . got some funny looks, I told him to growl like a tiger and from that he learned grrr ammy. Sadely his grammy wasn't very bright.. kids are easy if you have time alone with them, but kids out in public yelling and jumping I can not tolerate.
Nice that mine are all grown and I can just enjoy the grandkids when I choose.
I love kids....as long as I can give them back to their mommas.
I'm with ya on that for both counts :)
Yes, sometimes. Mostly though, I don't think kids much like being laughed at, anymore than 'grown-ups' do.
Well, I usually include a hug, a cheek kiss, and an "I love you" which diminishes any sting that could've taken place :)
Excellent post, Tiffanee !
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