I didn't actually hear any brilliant statements from my kids that I can remember, but I saw this quote and really liked it:
My son when he was 5, said "I love you Mommy, you're the best Mommy in the world." lol
Probably a little bit. lol
Just a smidgen. :)
lol Maybe a big smidgen. lol
:D :D :D
My daughter's first purchase using her own money... She picked out the item she wanted, made sure she had enough money, and brought it to the register. When the cashier scanned the item tax was automatically added on. This confused my daughter, so my wife explained that taxes go to the government to help pay for things like roads. My daughter replied, 'I hate the government"!
Actually, that's one of the things that confuse certain adults as well.
Here in Finland, we have the VAT added to the prices, as they are labeled for the consumer to be seen. So, there is nothing to worry about, when it comes to the actual expense, but I was really confused in the States. "What? That price can't be correct!"
"Uncle Marko is correct."
I don't want to go to the family reunion.
There was a kid on here and she was wise beyond her years. She said many wise things.
"I hate gravity!"
My father fought with a gas engine for a long time, but it just wouldn't run more than a stroke or two. A kid wandered by as he was pulling the rope one more time and offered "Sounds like it's outa gas!" Sure enough, the tank was empty.
There was chaos at the preschool because of classes moving around. the kids were hyper and the teachers were distraught. The three y/o's comment was "Things are not fine!"
There was some arguing going on the house and finally things quieted down,
His comment, "Boy, I'm glad that's over." Wise kid.