I was able to clean my knick-knack box, thanks to my boys who helped me with our nine-month-old guy. From my cleaning, I saw some battered sheets of paper with my quick writings on them. I found this momi laughs alone. Sharing with you the treasures I’ve found –
MOMI LAUGHS ON THE COMPUTER IS A GENIUS
September 5, 2012
Bunso has ringworm. I asked my ever reliable pedia-cousin for an effective medicine to treat ringworm. She recommended Miconazole. My son has been using it for almost a week now.
Without my knowing, Bunso checked the internet one day. He searched for buni (ringworm) and read Miconazole as an effective treatment for it. He mentioned to me that we are using the right medication.
MOMI LAUGHS ON TOO HARD A CONDITION
September 7, 2012
Second son got a new bicycle for his 9th birthday. And Bunso obviously would want to have one as well.
Momi: I will buy you a bicycle as well, Bunso. First, be your section’s first honors.
Bunso: How come Kuya got a bike for his birthday and I will have mine if I placed first? That seems unfair. Kuya did not exert any effort at all!
MOMI LAUGHS ON THE NATURAL AND MACHINE SPIN DRYER
September 15, 2012
Sunday morning. Done with the laundry. Momi is hanging clothes on the clothesline.
Bunso: Momi, how many spin dryers do we have?
Momi: One only, Bunso.
Bunso: No. You’re wrong, mama.
Momi: How many then, Bunso?
Bunso: We have two. One is our spin dryer and the other is the sun dryer. (then his grins).
MOMI LAUGHS ON THE SMARTEST IN CLASS
September 25, 2012
Bunso: Mama, who was the smartest boy in your class when you were in grade one?
Momi: I can’t remember na, Bunso.
Bunso: Ask me, mama. Who’s the smartest boy in our class?
Momi: Who is the smartest boy in your class, Bunso?
Bunso: Well, it’s me. I always raise my hands during recitation. Sometimes, I don’t want to raise my hand. It’s too tiring. It’s always me raising a hand while my classmates are just there sitting and do not know the answer. Hay-
MOMI LAUGHS ON PWEDE PALIBRE?
September 25, 2012
Momi: yes, my child.
Bunso: Francis got P10 yesterday. He bought ice drop. I didn’t have any money with me yesterday.
Momi: You don’t always need money, Bunso. You have your lunch and snacks. From time to time, I can give you money but not always.
Bunso: Yes, I got it, mama. Anyway, I had ice drop as well yesterday. And mind you, I didn’t have any money that time.
Momi: How? Francis’ treat?
Bunso: No. I asked Ate Lilian (the owner of the canteen), “Ate Lilian, pwede palibre?” (Ate Lilian, may I have it for free?)
MOMI LAUGHS ON THE CASE OF THE MISSING MEDICINE
November 5, 2012, dinner time
I took the medicine the doctor prescribed me to take for two weeks. The kids looked at me with curious eyes.
Second son: How do you call that kind of medicine, mama?
Momi: This is called a capsule. Usually, older people like mama take capsule. Kids like you take syrup.
Bunso: Ow, I know what is inside that small capsule. I saw Momi Elvie (my mother) has that kind of medicine. I found it on top of her kitchen counter. I opened it and found a powdery substance inside. I tried to put back the capsule into its original form but it was hard. I just left it on top of Momi Elvie’s counter. Lucky me she didn’t find out it was me!
Second son: I did that as well. I saw that medicine too, on top of her counter. I opened it and found the powdery substance. I poured water on it to replace the powder but the capsule slipped off my finger. I threw the capsule in the bin. And next morning, I heard Momi Elvie very angry. She found out about the capsule. I didn’t say a word.
And I just smiled. My mother complained of the kids the other day. “They played with my medicine,” was her angry accusation. And now, I heard it from the kids. I now got a clear picture of the missing medicine, right from the suspects’ mouth.
But I won’t turn them into the “police.”
Hahah! I love hearing all the funny things kids say. I have younger brothers and i love talking to them and hearing how they think and what ideas they come up with; it’s so amusing sometimes
Kids say the darndest things. Loved reading this 🙂
Thank you. And glad your enjoyed.
Kids are funny. they definitely keep us on our toes and full of laughter.
Yes, the boys keep the small house fun and seldom gloomy.
This is such a fun age! I love talking to little ones and getting their simple opinion of the world around them 🙂
Yes, such a fun age. I even wished before that they stay as toddlers forever. I could be real selfish. Ehehe.
Kids are so cute at times. I love this age!
Yes, they could utter the most hilarious things. And when they become teenagers already, they become so quiet and reserved.
There is no end to the number of books, videos and shows that have been put out on the hilarious things children say. They are naturally funny!
Truly, naturally funny.
I enjoyed reading this post ^ ^ Kids are so adorable 🙂 Thanks for sharing!
These are great! I’m glad you’ve written everything down – it’s easy to forget these funny anecdotes!
Yes, we tend to forget things and writing them done is a way to relive the memories or even have a copy of those fun memories.
Kids do say the craziest things. I remember all the funny things my kids said growing up. Of course now they deny they ever muttered those adorable remarks.
Hahaha. And i bet when we were that young, we would utter the same funny lines and ended up denying them too.
awe poor Bunso having ringworm. He’s so cute and the things he says are brilliant.
Thank you. The ringworm is now gone. Ihihi.
I like how he thinks his the smartest kid because he raises his hand.
Hahhaa. Yes. Funny thinking.
Kids and their crazy but fascinating antics! These are moments that make you proud and laugh as well. It’s really rewarding to be a parent.
Yes, our house is seldom gloomy because of their funny stories and jokes.
He’s so great and smart bunso, I wish my son be like him
Thank you. Surely your son is smart and great as well.
Kids are the most genuine people around. It is so nice to have kids at home, they are so adorable and sweet!
Yup, kids can brighten a sad room. Going out without them would sometimes be real lonely.
It’s so sad that Bunso has ringworm but he is so lovely. Kids are so sincere! I love being around with them as long as they don’t throw up a tantrum!
Hahaha. Kids can be in their cutest even in throwing tantrums. Ihihi.
Sorry about him having ringworm! I love what he says! He is a cute kid!
Thank you for appreciating my little boy.
I had ringworm once, it was very itchy and I couldn’t touch it. I was dying for it to go.
Haha. Good that the ringworm didnt stay long. Yes, it can be real inconvenient.
Smart kid! It’s always good to remember their little quirks and smart behaviors, you can really see your fun side from them.
Haha. Yes, i love exchanging stories with them too.
hahaha so adorable! Im so rsorry he has ringworm
Haha. Done and over with the ringworm. Ihihi.
I love the things kids say. They’re always so funny! I loved reading this. So funny!
Thank you for enjoying. Ihihi.
Kids can really get away in a smart and funny ways.. haha! I like the palibre scene. 😀
Ahihi. Yes, I agree. Thay have their cute ways to get what they want.
these are so cute! My kiddies say a few things daily that leave me speechless. I love the fact that he feels a birthday present needs no effort… makes sense…LOL
Kids are just to funny sometimes. These are so cute.
Thank you. Yes, so funny at times.
It’s is cute how honestly kids can be!! My daughter is constantly saying gunning things because she just so blunt and honest
Kids really cAn be so brutally frank and honest.
Kids are soooo funny sometimes. These are super cute! Loved your post!
Thank you. Yes, they can be soo funny and adorable.