At three years old now, Buba think he is one stop short of the comedy store! I swear! The funny things that come out of his mouth lately, mostly take me by surprise but others leave me laughing hours later when he has gone to bed. Or am I the only one that laughs at her toddlers.
We have spent the entire summer in the states and I only wish while vacationing I would have been better at writing them all down like I used to because the more we were there the more his sayings became American along with his now American accent which is hilarious to hear.
Here are a few to make you smile at my forever changing, growing, cheeky, funny little boy! I can’t wait until Missy Moo can join in the conversations!
“Holy Moley, look at all those buttons.”pointing at gramma’s sewing drawer
“Well go get your swimsuit on Mommy, let’s go!”eating breakfast at 7 am, Buba wanting to swim
“I can fix it, I a big boy now.”truck wheels fall off daily he asked me to fix them, day after he turned three, no more
“Because I said no, Mommy, that’s why!” when I asked him why don’t you share with your cousin
“What do you think you are doing here baby?” when he saw Missy Moo in Papa’s office, hiding behind the door…she laughed at him asking the question so he replied, “Is it very funny cause I think so.”
My parents live in the middle of the deep, dark woods, (like a gruffalo) and an hour away from any store or shop “Are we drive hiding? Is the car hiding too?”
“Are these the woods where we are hiding?”
“Is it going to be a lot of fun Mommy?” The questions never stopped every time we were in the car going some place. He was overwhelmed with all the “woods” as he calls it. Now anytime we drive near more than a few trees, he yells, “look we are back in the woods, where’s grandma & papa’s house?”
At dinner the other night talking to his Daddy, “I need to get on a plane to see my other friends.” Daddy replied, I’m not made of money. I butted in, Grandma will come visit us soon.
“Daddy you should give Grandma money!”
“If you say so dude.” he new favorite America saying, referring to Mommy as dude!
“Look, someone is about to get some pizza!” today while driving past a pizza delivery car. This one really made me chuckle. I asked, how did you know someone is getting pizza? “Because there was a pizza on the car, silly.” another favorite thing to call me and everyone else – silly.
It really is so entertaining to have a chat with a two year old, and now that he is three I think the fun is just getting started. It won’t be long until his sister joins in with funny phrases and I can’t wait to share all our crazy convos with you all.
Do your toddlers say funny, off the wall, crazy things? Call you funny nicknames or silly names? Would love to hear them, comment below!