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  1. sam

    Haha, this is brilliant, I love the random and interesting thoughts kids come out with. Have you seen the secret life of a 4-year-old on telly, that was really insightful X #anythinggoes

  2. Stephanie

    That gummy bear song reminds me so much of my own childhood browsing youtube… but you’re right, looking back on some of the nonsense kids come out with really is amazing. I do miss when my oldest would spout rubbish (that said, today at 3.5 she still calls wolves “bid bad woofs”. Can’t wait till my youngest is talking more and starts making us giggle.

    • Anne Sweet

      Yes, definitely keep a record. I found a lot of mine on Facebook memories, some I’d remembered anyway, but it’s good to get them down more permanent, hence the reason for this blog post 🙂

    • Anne Sweet

      haha, saying that I do have difficulty myself..our local shopping centre is called Touchwood and I always call it Torchwood. Even though any Doctor Who fan knows you shouldn’t talk about Torchwood.

  3. Enda Sheppard

    The one about Boo and the biscuits reminds me of one of my cousins when she was very young. We were visiting one day, and were in the kitchen. There was one plate on the table with a lovely chocolate cake on it, and another plate with ordinary Marietta biscuits on it. My cousin arrived in, and her eyes lit up when she saw the cake. “Mummy, can I have a slice of cake?” Mummy looked at her and said, “You can, if you are good!” She looked at her mummy, looked at the cake and said: “I’ll just have a biscuit so,” She grabbed a biscuit and ran out of the room, stuffing it in her gob as she went.

  4. loopyloulaura

    I love FB memories! I am always surprised at how long ago some things seem and how recent others are. I have a terrible memory so love being reminded of all the things we have done. Thanks for linking up with #globalblogging

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