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LO 3 is killing me with "don't want it" when it comes to food!
blogger / wonderful cherry / 21613 posts
Anything with poopy: poopy head, poopy butt- he's five and the potty words are constant. It drives me batty!
GOLD / nectarine / 2401 posts
My 2 yo just started "that's boring!!!" It depends on what he's referring to if I secretly giggle or get annoyed! Like when he first said it as I started rocking him to sleep I wanted to laugh but now I have a different reaction...
honeydew / 7120 posts
I neeed it about everything. Including door knobs and my fingernail file.
persimmon / 1198 posts
Not really a phrase, but DS (3) currently thinks "poop" and "butt(s)" are hilarious and says them like at least 100 times a day each. He puts poop or butt into songs that he is singing or makes up new ones. It is driving me crazy!
watermelon / 14281 posts
I cannot stand the constant snotty "Why?" every single time I ask/tell her to do something.
honeydew / 7465 posts
D constantly says "Booty butt" but he knows he's not supposed to say "butt," so after a stern look, he changes it to "Booty dutt." TECHNICALLY he's not saying a word he's not supposed to say, but still...
kiwi / 619 posts
I think I'm kidding as I mostly love when she says it, but I told DH the other day I want to buy one of those clicker counters and see how many times a day she goes "Mama? Mama? Mama?" I don't even think she needs anything most of the time, just likes checking in with me!
pomegranate / 3309 posts
She thinks it's funny to yell, "mom! mom! mom! mom!" while I'm driving (because I laughed once). Too bad my 3 year old isn't interested in playing the Quiet Game.
pomelo / 5612 posts
"no, it's GWOSS" or "no, it BWOKEN!!!" if he doesn't want to eat something.
honeydew / 7444 posts
5 year old: "i know"
28 month old: "don't touch my _________, okaaaaay?!!"
kiwi / 519 posts
@dahlia: I've been saying the same thing about using a clicker! LO says "mom" just constantly.
persimmon / 1150 posts
@Dahlia: I was guiltily thinking the same thing. I am home with her this week on "vacation" and the whiny mama mama mama is driving me up the wall. Especially when it takes place when I am already holding her or she is in the carrier. Girl, you KNOW you are literally as close to me as you can get!
GOLD / nectarine / 2729 posts
@Mrs. Pen: Same here. Potty words all the time with my five year old.
persimmon / 1268 posts
Why? Why? Why? Why mommy? Why? Why?
@Chuckles: @petitenoisette: I'm glad I'm not alone! I also just don't know how to respond when she clearly doesn't want anything, but is just checking in over and over and over again. Usually I'll say her name or just hi...what do you say?
bananas / 9080 posts
Mooom! Said like a 14 year old. Faktiskt (actually) and på riktigt (for reals) said alternately every other sentence.
She's turning 5.
GOLD / pomegranate / 3762 posts
"You made me" ...as in "you made me fall down and hurt my toe" and variations on that theme. Umm, no, that was you racing around without paying attention to where you're going. I was nowhere near you!
Oh I thought of another one. Somewhere LO picked up "walk away." She's two. "Walk away mommy/daddy/our dog." Sassy.
nectarine / 2093 posts
Cuz I want to...when asked why she's not listening or why she did something
kiwi / 696 posts
My two year old yells out "have it! Have it! Have it!" while opening and closing her hands if she wants something 🙄
clementine / 966 posts
"No! M-m-m-m-m-MINE! MINE!"
"Help-u" (People say "Can I help you?" so she thinks 'help' is actually 'help you')
eggplant / 11567 posts
Not a phrase but we entered the why???? Stage
@SweetCaroline: so cute DD always said hold you?! For hold me....lol
papaya / 10561 posts
E says "umm uh" before everything these days and it drives me crazy. I don't think it's actual speech dysfluency, I think she has copied it from somewhere and has gotten into the habit. It always follows "mummmmmmmmy....." in that whiney voice, oh God, she says it 10,000 times a day, "mummmmmmmmy, umm, uh.... Can I have a drink?".
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