Saturday, March 24, 2007

Rhyming words

Ok. There are just some things that should NOT come out of your 4 year (almost 5 year!) old's mouth.

For example:

In the car yesterday...

Evan: Mommy, I love Chuck E Cheese. What rhymes with Chuck?

Me: Lots of things. Luck, truck, stuck...

Evan: Don't forget f*ck Mommy. You can't forget f*ck.

Me: WHAT did you just say?!?!

Evan: F*ck.

Me: (jaw hitting the steering wheel) Um, Evan, that is a reallllly naughty word, remember? You can NOT say it again, do you understand me?

Seriously, it was really funny. Evan has a habit of rhyming words he likes and singing them. Chucky, chucky chucky. Lucky, lucky lucky. Mommy Wommy Tommy... You get the idea. We have had to BAN rhyming at our house.


On a happier note, the boys' closet is cleaned out AGAIN. YAY. Until next season. Boo....

Lots of birthday parties for the next 2 weeks. Hope I can update soon, but until then, Have a great spring break!! 3 kids for 8 days.... HOORAY.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

HAHAHA! That is hysterical!

I may not thinking it's as funny in a few years though... ;-)

Michelle said...

doesn't it just shock you when something like that comes out of their mouths? You realize how much they really ARE paying attention :) Once during football season I said, "son of a!" and then paused because I was trying to catch myself. Kayla happily filled in b*tch for me! My mouth hit the floor too. I don't say it THAT often, well maybe often enough during football season LOL but I didn't realize she picked up on that phrase!

Adventures In Babywearing said...

Oh OUCH! Wow- I know I am in store for this sometime soon I am sure!

Steph

Robin said...

Hunter is obessed with rhyming. The other day he said hunt, lunt, bunt, munt, cu#*. WAAA! Of course he had NO idea what he had said. He just takes a word and changes the first letter. Never knew rhyming could be so dangerous.

Jamie said...

He was just correcting you because your list wasn't very thorough you know? :) Next time try to do better. HA!

Dedee said...

This made me laugh because it happens to everyone. My son did it recently too. I know he had no idea what he was saying, but my dh has instituted a sort-of rule that we can't make up words anymore. LOL

andria said...

Well, mine used it in context the other day when he banged his elbow on the table. We had a long talk after that. Especially about what to say when you injure yourself at the Christian school. I now live in fear of what will come out of his mouth and when.

Elle*Bee said...

The worst Son #3 (just turned 5) was 'damn it'. He was 3 at the time but he dropped it quickly, thank goodness. Although, his observational skills are just as mortifying. At the grocery, there was a woman whose cleavage was showing. Son #3 just had to comment (rather loudly) that he could see her "booby crack". Yikes!

Mike said...

Oh no! Funny, notheless. Really, really funny.


Mike
http://somethingaboutparenting.typepad.com/

Tonya said...

That is just so funny and has happened to me too! Even though I didn't think it was funny :) I saw someone said they have the rule of not making up words...we had that rule in our house too!

Slackermommy said...

I've had the same thing happen. I acted like it was no big deal and luckily my daughter hasn't said it again...at least for now.

Jen, Fred, Jennifer or Mom said...

Yeah, we had that little problem...Charles had a lisp and said fruck for truck and it didn't sound like fruck......we taught him to say tee-ruck instead.....

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