One of the best things about being a parent is the unintentionally hilarious things that kids say. Sometimes out of the blue funny and sometimes so inappropriate that you ahve to turn your head so they don't see you laughing.
Here are some funny things that have come out of the mouths of my children.
Me: "Lillyana, I will be washing your hair tonight"
Lillyana: " I will be screaming while you do it."
Me: "Alex, you are so cute."
Alex: "No mommy. I no cute. I soooooooo handsome."
Alex: " Mommy, what does b-o-o-b-s spell?"
Me: "Alex where did you hear that word?"
Alex: "I think it was Sesame Street."
I walked out of my room wearing a new robe.
Lillyana: "Mommy, you look like a queen."
Me: "Thank you honey!"
Lillyana (curtsied): "You are welcome your majesty."
Me: "Lilly, can you say Buckingham Palace"
Lilly: "No mommy. Only grown-ups can use that word."
Lillyana: "Mommy, can I use your bra as a backpack?"
What hilarious things do your kids say?
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