Juvenile Jibber Jabber

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Pete :lol:

M doesn’t know Peppa Pig exists :frolic: sadly the same can’t be said for Bing f-ing Bunny.
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Oh my god, I HATE Bing and would happily kick him through a wood chipper.
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Fucking Bing bellend. :lol: I just hate how he deliberately mispronounces stuff, there’s no need :ttth:
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Round the corner, not far away, Bing is being a whiny shit today.

Today H said (very clearly so you couldn’t mistake it) “what the fucking Christ” and I am blaming his father. Unlike when E was playing a PlayStation game, said “damn it” and then told her dad “well mammy said it”.

Mother of the year.
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I can't stop laughing. J got sent to isolation and given a detention today for talking. He is livid. He claims that he was asking his partner what was meant by "farce" (it was in drama) and his teacher thought he was making fart jokes :lol: I do believe him, but have pointed out that if he hadn't already had a (justified) warning for talking it wouldn't have ended in punishment, so he has to take it on the chin.
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Poor J. Farce farts.
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Apropos of nothing:
"Mammy, Granny lives in the clouds now. Can we go see Granny in the clouds?"
"No, sweetheart, Granny died, remember ? That means she's not here anymore, so we can't see her anymore."
"Yes, because she's INVISIBLE !!! I wish I was invisible..." :lol:

I have no idea where she's got any of this. I haven't mentioned heaven to her, and I'm not sure who else would have done.
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In a logical way not being able to see someone means they are invisible...!

Today I asked M what she was making. She blithely responded “a mess!”. Couldn’t argue with her, she’d upended several boxes on the playroom floor. She’s got a sense of humour, that one.
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A mess! :))

BM bundled herself under loads of throws then demanded snacks, adding very seriously "I'm too cosy to move. That's an actual thing, you know" as though it was some kind of medically recognised condition :lol:
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It’s a fair point, viggy. I use it on my children all the time!
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When TTN was about 3, she picked up the word beautiful and used it wherever she could, she once pulled out every toy and book and then told my mum "look at my beautiful mess" :lol:

Needless to say, my mum thought it was adorable, whereas if we'd done that, we'd have been in deep trouble!
Christ on a bendy bus son, don't be such a fucking faff arse
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A2 came up to us at 5.30 (which is amazing, he’s never slept so long by himself). I was already awake as A was snoring really loudly; A2 turned to me and asked me where the monster was :lol:.
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Ah yes, gotta love the mellow grandparenting while we stand in the background agog thinking "I'd have been leathered for that" :eek:
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viggy wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:16 am Ah yes, gotta love the mellow grandparenting while we stand in the background agog thinking "I'd have been leathered for that" :eek:
Oh yes! My mum's mantra when any of her grandchildren played up was "oh they're tired" which was definitely NOT an excuse when I was a kid!
Christ on a bendy bus son, don't be such a fucking faff arse
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God, same. My sisters and I often complain about my mum letting the kids do things we'd have been murdered for. None of them believe us that she was really strict and scary :cry:
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My parents are so bad for this! My mum used to be such a stickler for rules when she was childminding. Now, with my niece, she's feeding her mini magnums in the bath and letting her watch you tube at 10pm. :lol:
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Mini magnums in the bath!! Sounds like heaven!!
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F'Artiste wrote: Sat Nov 21, 2020 10:15 am A2 came up to us at 5.30 (which is amazing, he’s never slept so long by himself). I was already awake as A was snoring really loudly; A2 turned to me and asked me where the monster was :lol:.
This is both cute and hilarious :lol:
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Mothers are very different to grandmothers. Honestly, the stuff my kids get away with!

H has spent a few days in hospital this week and while we were sitting in A&E last night he loudly announced “there’s the white doctor!” He sounded like a tiny racist, but then he followed up with “and there’s the blue doctor! And the green!”

He was identifying them by their scrubs.
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I hope H is okay, Starry?

M identifies cyclists by their Lycra colour: “black cyclist, mummy!”. She does the same with vans - white van, red van, except van used to sound like man - so we’d be walking along the high street of our local town while she was shouting ‘black man’!
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