Kid quips

By Published On: February 14th, 2012

Big siblings say the darndest things. Have a laugh at […]

Big siblings say the darndest things. Have a laugh at these funnies from our Facebook friends.
baby makes four_0A few months before I got pregnant with our eighth child, my daughter asked me, “Can you make the next baby a girl so we won’t be outnumbered?”
—Heather Carter
My 3-year-old said to me the other day, “Make your tummy fat again so I can have a baby brother now!” (She has a baby sister who is 5 months old.)
—Lauren Venable
When I told my 8-year-old son we were having a girl, he said, “Oh great, there’s going to be pink panties all over the house now.”
—Amy Strickland
My 9-year-old daughter came with me for my 20-week gender scan. When the technician informed her she was having another brother (making the total three) she shook her head as she laid her face in her hands and said, “Oh brother, not again!”
—Ashlie Boren
When I told my four kids that baby number five was the last one, they all started screaming and crying and even throwing themselves on the floor. My oldest said, “But Mommy, you are supposed to have 10 more!”
—Heather Devoe
When I was young, my mom asked me where my 20-month-old sister was; when I replied, “She’s on the La-Z-Boy,” my sister piped up and said, “I’m not a lazy boy, I’m a girl!”
—Shannon Kowalke
Before his brother was born, my 5-year-old asked me, “Mommy, when the doctor cuts the baby out does he have to go back later?”
—Charlotte Keeble
My cousin’s son was 3 years old when his baby brother was born. When they went to the hospital the day his mom and brother were to go home, he exclaimed, “That’s not coming with us, right?”
<—Nathalie Caron
At four months pregnant, I walked into the kitchen one morning with a belt on (over my bump). My 3-year-old daughter cried out, “Oh Mama! That strap is hurting my baby!”
—Jean Walker
We have a 7-year-old son, a 2-year-old daughter and 6-month-old daughter. When my wife and I told Ben (our then 5-year-old) that we would be having another girl, he said “Oh great, how am I supposed to take care of two baby sisters?!”
—Dan Morris