Kids: Cute or Creepy?

Kids are inherently adorable, that's a fact that everyone is aware of. Almost anything and everything that they say is pretty cute, especially when they are just learning to talk. The babbling and cooing is some of the sweetest sounds you will ever hear. But once they do learn to talk? Watch out. As children learn and grow, they try to communicate their thoughts, and most of the time they get it right, other times, things can come off sounding pretty darn creepy. 

Take my son, for example. He's four years-old and a little chatterbox. I mean he loves to talk. From the moment he wakes up in the morning to the minute his little head hits the pillow at night, he doesn't stop talking, and that's okay, great even! But there are times when what he is trying to say seems to get mixed up when he gets to talking too fast. I'm pretty certain that he isn't trying to be a creeper, and that it just comes out sounding like that. I hope, I hope, I hope. 

Children are little heavenly angel cherubs, until they're suddenly possessed by an agent of Satan! 


I'm Not Going To Kill You!


I'm sorry, excuse me, what did you just say? He just said what I think he said, didn't he? He did this at the in-laws house, too, no less. My husband and his son were playing in a play-tent, and were trying to snuggle, when all of a sudden, my sweet little boy looked up at my husband, and in a slightly sinister voice says "Don't worry daddy, I'm not going to kill you!" akljfkajsfWHAT?! When we asked him what he meant, he just started giggling that maniacal little giggle that he does when he's caught doing something and ran off. I think daddy's going to be sleeping with one eye open tonight...



They're Humans!

Oh, biscuits, there is absolutely nothing like the smell of freshly baked biscuits wafting through the home on a cold winter day. They're downright comfort food, pair them with a bit of white gravy, and it's sheer heaven in your mouth. My son wanted to help out with making dinner one day, and we let him help open the biscuits. Well, my in-laws opened the biscuits, I'm terrified of those things. Seriously, you bang on them, and bang on them, and nothing. Turn around and BOOM, they're open! But that's not the weird part. Our little guy was intrigued by the look of the biscuits, and he wanted to poke one, which he did. All of a sudden, out of his little mouth says "These biscuits are made of humans!" 


Can I Dance On Them?!

Our family was out shopping one day, and we had decided that we wanted to grab a bite to eat. Nothing too fancy, just some fast food to tide us over until dinner. Somehow, somehow, we got on the conversation of mummies. Remember, this is a child we're talking to, lord knows what direction a conversation will go. So, the little one asks what mummies are, and my husband gently explained that they are people who have been dead for a very long time. Without missing a beat, my son looks my husband dead in the eyes and says "Can I dance on them?!" What even. What even?



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38 comments:

Masshole Mommy said...

I think those things are so sweet and innocent. It's funny what they say sometimes.

Starla J. said...

Sometimes kids say the craziest things. LOL

Megan said...

Too funny. Love the video memes. Thanks for the fun!

Carmen Perez said...

Yes for sure kids sometimes say the craziest and even most embarrasing things, but you have to just laugh!

mystickitchen said...

Too funny! I can relate.. my oldest son was the 'chatty' one! Thanks for sharing..

Kung Phoo said...

Those videos are funny and creepy at the same time..

Traci Rhoades said...

Oh, save these! I look back at the things my daughter said even a few months ago, and I've forgotten! They pull together totally unrelated things and you're right, leave us saying "what?!"

Tricia Goodmama said...

haha, these were too funny! My son is just learning to talk right now, so he only says a few words here or there. I'm sure he is going to have plenty of funny/creepy things to say once he gets older.

Crystal Wachoski said...

My daughters name means little and dark. When she turned out blond I always wondered how she is going to live up to her name, lol

Mary Johnson said...

Oh kids! I just love their little minds, even when they are creepy. And nothing is creepier than the empty child ;)

yonca said...

Funny videos! My son and I loved them! Thanks!

Megan Elford {WelcomeToTheZoo} said...

Oh my, you're going to have some wonderful stories to share at your son's wedding one day! He's a keeper, that's for sure :-)

Terri Lynn Grothe said...

some are creepy., some are funny and some are both

Lou said...

The answer is clearly not cute or creepy... it's HILARIOUS! My daughter is two-and-a-half, and she has started talking about the "the peoples," like we're in some horror movie where half the population is possessed. I love it!

Erin said...

Oh my gosh I was laughing so hard! Love this! And can relate to it too :-)

heather meads said...

Yup! Gotta love 'em!!

Melissa Matters said...

Ha ha! Kids say the craziest things. My sons is always saying to people that he just had a juice box…that's his conversation starter.

Sue Parke said...

These biscuits are made of humans?! LOL! Love the stuff that kids come out with! Funny post! He sounds like a riot!

Devon Copsey said...

My son is almost 4 and he talks non stop as well - and he knows no stranger. I get afraid when he just randomly goes up to some person and starts talking. You never know what he is going to say.

Meeghan Mousaw said...

Kids say the darndest things! LOL! :-)

The Memory Journalists said...

LOL I love what kids say!

Michelle Martinka said...

My kid just started saying the craziest stuff. who knew parenting was so crazy!

Michelle Martinka said...

My kid just started saying the craziest stuff. who knew parenting was so crazy!

Maggie King said...

This made me laugh and I find all of his sayings so cute! They have NO CLUE what they are talking about lol

Liz Mays said...

Kids and their commentary are hilarious! I don't know where they get what they say.

Carly said...

Bwhahaaaaa, the stuff kids say!

My Yellow Bells said...

too cute. I have a 10 and a 4 yo and my youngest is the coolest when it comes to things he say out of nowhere

Marya said...

Hilarious!!! Good thing you're documenting it!!

mail4rosey said...

Some of the things kids say really do leave you scratching your head. And they leave you saying, "what??" lol

Kori Tomelden said...

It's funny, sometimes, what will come out of the mouth of children. But as the saying goes: the two most honest types of people in the world are little children and drunks.

Jillian Fisher said...

This is the best post ever. I am laughing so hard. My kids are 2 and under, but I know I have this to look forward to.

Earl-Leigh said...

I'm literally in tears laughing. I will never look at those biscuits the same way!!

Lisa Rios said...

A fun filled post from you. Yes everything they speak, every expression from them, every move from them is always cute. Both my daughters used to talk all day & they want a companion to reply them as well. The videos are so funny.

Yona Williams said...

Ahhhh – that is too funny ("These biscuits are made of humans!") – I would be so intrigued to know where that came from. HA! Can I dance on them? Lol. All of this reminds me of some meme or FB thing going around which featured a lot of these 'scary' 'creepy' things that kids say.

Sojourner Williams said...

This post was hilarious! Kids are definitely creepy. I mean they're cute, but they're super creepy. My three year old says strange things too and lately he's been talking to himself, which was cute at first, but now it's creepy little kid in a horror movie strange-lol.

I'm pooped said...

My daughter comes out with some doozies too. I don't even know where they come from. My daughter talks in her sleep and it can get creepy.

I'm pooped said...

My daughter comes out with some doozies too. I don't even know where they come from. My daughter talks in her sleep and it can get creepy.

Lucero De La Tierra said...

They understand a lot more than they let on or than maybe we expect them to. I think sometimes that realization is a little scary for us, but they are simply having fun. My youngest comes up with some weird and quirky stuff too. Thanks for sharing. It'll be fun sharing these with him when he gets older.