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Whether it brings a smile, a laugh, or a tear, your kids say something almost everyday that makes you stop in your tracks in amazement at their innocent view of life. Start saving and sharing those priceless memories right here.

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    sjnaples

    "People, when they get in trouble, it grumpies me up."

    Matthew, Age 4

    Posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago
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    Benjamin was in a Junior Achievement class at school and a classmate's Father (who was leading the lesson) asked, "what skills does a Mom need to be a Mom?" Benjamin responded, "The ability to handle chaos!"

    Benjamin, Age 8

    Posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago
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    As David was coloring, he turned to me and asked, "Mom, did you have pastels back then?" "Yes." "What were they made of, rock?"

    David, Age 6

    Posted 3 weeks, 4 days ago
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    We were discussing the $2 bill, and my husband thought it'd be funny to rattle off wrestlers names as the person who's face is on it. Here's how it went: dad: Dwayne "the Rock" Johnson. Millie: who's that? Me: a wrestler and actor. Dad: Steve Austin. Millie: I know him! He helped with the Alamo! I learned about him! Me & dad: (laughing) no sweetie, he didn't. Millie: then he must've help start Austin. I know he helped Texas somehow! At this point she's absolutely confused as to why we are laughing. So I explain that he's a wrestler as well. Her response: Oh.

    Millie, Age 9

    Posted 1 month, 3 weeks ago
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    Mom, when I grow up, I'm going to be a chocolate hazard! EVERYTHING is going to be chocolate.

    Andrew, Age 8

    Posted 1 month, 4 weeks ago
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    We were watching the Badger basketball game earlier this week and I told the boys that Bubba developed the Kohl Center. David turned to me and asked, "Does Bubba play Monopoly in his office but with real money?"

    David, Age 6

    Posted 3 months ago
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    There were some little beads on the floor and I told the boys we had to make sure they were picked up so that Hadley (my 8-month old niece) wouldn't choke. Benjamin said, "that's okay, I'd be the hero then." I asked him why. He said, "because I'd just do the helmet maneuver."

    Benjamin, Age 8

    Posted 3 months ago
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    The smell of crayons makes me happy!

    Millie, Age 9

    Posted 4 months, 2 weeks ago
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    "Mom, can the sun die?" "No." "Can pieces come out of it." "No." "Why not?" "Because it's too far away." "I could get a big, big ladder and cut it."

    Matthew, Age 3

    Posted 6 months ago
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    At a First Reconciliation Session last night at church, Father Dan was telling the kids a story about how he purposely had his sister get stung by a bee when he was 5 1/2. He indicated that he felt guilty and shameful for doing such a thing to his baby sister and that he was surprised when his parents and sister forgave him (obviously, the whole idea of First Reconciliation). Benjamin turned to me and whispered, "I have about 50 of them (to confess)!"

    Benjamin, Age 8

    Posted 6 months, 2 weeks ago
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