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Rockgirl 11-24-2014 08:29 PM

Originally Posted by Annalee:
this makes me sad!:(

I can see that side of it, too, but I know it wasn't literally "one time". The mom has mentioned having meals in the crock pot from time to time. Also, the dad is a high school coach, and the whole family goes to his games, so I know they're busy.

Sunshine74 11-27-2014 11:16 AM

Dcg (age 3) was picked up by her grandpa yesterday. She was so excited, and after talking him about her day said, "Papa, tomorrow, I mean in the future, could you please take me to Toys 'R' Us?" Where do they come up with these things?

daycarediva 12-17-2014 11:12 AM

Dcg4 and dcb4 are swinging. They are going the same speed and up/back at the same time.

Dcg announces "We're married!"
"Dcb adds "Miss -, we're married swingers!"

:lol: :lol:

Rockgirl 12-17-2014 03:12 PM

Originally Posted by daycarediva:
Dcg4 and dcb4 are swinging. They are going the same speed and up/back at the same time.

Dcg announces "We're married!"
"Dcb adds "Miss -, we're married swingers!"

:lol: :lol:

This literally made me LOL! :D

SignMeUp 12-29-2014 08:06 AM

Surprise! P-Mom is on vacation in the tropics this week. Child was brought by grandparent. There were no authorizations signed for alternative pick-up people. They brought me a Christmas gift, a stack of used books. Two of them have my name on them . Apparently I lent them to her at some point - I don't even remember. Merry Christmas to me! From me :lol:

Shell 12-29-2014 08:14 AM

Originally Posted by SignMeUp:
Surprise! P-Mom is on vacation in the tropics this week. Child was brought by grandparent. There were no authorizations signed for alternative pick-up people. They brought me a Christmas gift, a stack of used books. Two of them have my name on them . Apparently I lent them to her at some point - I don't even remember. Merry Christmas to me! From me :lol:

Wow! How generous to re-gift all that stuff :lol:

SignMeUp 12-29-2014 08:19 AM

Originally Posted by Shell:
Wow! How generous to re-gift all that stuff :lol:

I know, right? :lol:
P-Mom is the gift that keeps that keeps on giving:cool:

daycarediva 12-29-2014 09:39 AM

Originally Posted by SignMeUp:
Surprise! P-Mom is on vacation in the tropics this week. Child was brought by grandparent. There were no authorizations signed for alternative pick-up people. They brought me a Christmas gift, a stack of used books. Two of them have my name on them . Apparently I lent them to her at some point - I don't even remember. Merry Christmas to me! From me :lol:

:lol:

she is something else!!!

DaveA 12-31-2014 08:13 AM

The way-too-cute infant that my wife LOVES playing with came in a tshirt today that reads "Dude! You're girlfriend keeps checking me out!" :lol:

daycarediva 12-31-2014 09:59 AM

Originally Posted by DaveArmour:
The way-too-cute infant that my wife LOVES playing with came in a tshirt today that reads "Dude! You're girlfriend keeps checking me out!" :lol:

CUTE!!! I got a breastfeeding dcm a onesie that says "I get more boob action than Daddy." :D

BumbleBee 12-31-2014 02:03 PM

Christmas trivia question: In what country did the advent calendar originate?

8 year old's answer: China - cause the side of the box says "made in China"

I was laughing so hard I was almost crying.

Turquoise14 01-02-2015 11:17 AM

I have a drop in sa boy here because of a teacher in service day. (Side note, definitely not takings him next school year. Throws everything off to have one big kid here.) He is all kinds of showing me things that aren't impressive and telling the others things that are obvious. It's a lot of "look at his!" And he'll jump or something. He also likes to be the expert on all things and act like nobody else knows anything. "Do you see that stuff over there? That's dirt." It is really cracking me up inside. Kids. They are something else.

Sunshine74 01-02-2015 08:47 PM

Originally Posted by Trummynme:
Christmas trivia question: In what country did the advent calendar originate?

8 year old's answer: China - cause the side of the box says "made in China"

I was laughing so hard I was almost crying.

That's pretty funny.

I had to look up the answer myself... lol.

Controlled Chaos 01-03-2015 09:45 AM

Originally Posted by DaveArmour:
The way-too-cute infant that my wife LOVES playing with came in a tshirt today that reads "Dude! You're girlfriend keeps checking me out!" :lol:

likethis

deliberateliterate 01-05-2015 10:28 AM

I have a new DCG3. It's her first day today, and she's already been through 2 pairs of paints and underwear. Neither were actual accidents, she just clearly didn't want to stop playing, and had small leaks before running to the bathroom. No big deal, except mom only sent 1 change of clothes. I put her in my son's pants, but no underwear.

"These pants are touching my 'gina" :lol::lol::lol:

Luna 01-05-2015 10:45 AM

DCG walked into the kitchen with me to make snack and said, "It's pretty foody in here!"

_Dana_ 01-05-2015 12:49 PM

Originally Posted by deliberateliterate:
"These pants are touching my 'gina" :lol::lol::lol:

Reminds me of my kids. They learned that boys have penises and girls have vaginas, but they couldn't pronounce vagina properly. They would say china. So imagine their surprise when we actually met some people from China! They were dumbfounded and had lots of questions when we got home!

I'm just glad that they waited to ask the questions until we got home! :lol:

KIDZRMYBIZ 01-14-2015 09:35 AM

DCB's bday is coming up soon, so kids are discussing venues. Other DCB says that when it's his bday, it won't be at Chuck E Cheese "cuz my mom and dad don't know how to get there." Will have to let DCM know that this for her DS, that is a totally valid reason not to go take DCB anywhere that is too expensive or not somewhere she wants to go!:Sunny:

hope 01-15-2015 12:25 PM

Dcm tells me that dcd is going away for a week on business and there is no way she can possibly take care of her two children by herself. She said she would like to hire help at home that week and asked if I knew of anyone. I found this hilarious because I had 5 plus my own that whole day. I figured this would be a great opportunity for my assistant to make some extra money so I asked her if she was interested. I warned her about how crazy this dcm can be. She is very sensitive and takes everything personal and is always on the attack. Assistant laughed at me and said "i work at a nursing home and deal with some real mental illnesses. This will be a piece of cake!". I had to laugh at the irony of me thinking the dcm's struggle was Laughable and then my assistant thinking my dealings with dcm is easy peasy. I eill not be so quick to judge next time.

sahm1225 01-15-2015 12:31 PM

I cut up some veggies for snack and set up a veggie tray. I keep hearing the kids giggle and talk about the funny spicy tasting apple. I stop and just stare at them, thinking to myself "But I only gave them vegetables". I see them passing around a radish and each kid taking a bite and whispering to the child next to them that "Miss XXXX, gave us a bad apple!" I couldn't stop laughing!

Rockgirl 01-15-2015 12:36 PM

Originally Posted by Luna:
DCG walked into the kitchen with me to make snack and said, "It's pretty foody in here!"

This cracked me up! :D

BumbleBee 01-30-2015 11:11 AM

I just told my 3 school age dck (7, 9, 10.5):

"Popcorn goes in your mouth, NOT in your pants."

Then I had to chuckle to myself at how ODD that sounds!

Unregistered 01-30-2015 04:55 PM

As I changed my baby boy today I looked down in horror at his poor little wee-wee.
It looked like his foreskin was peeling off. I froze, not knowing what to do.
On closer inspection - it was a Cheerio.

Cradle2crayons 02-16-2015 12:21 PM

Happy Dance...
 
2 Attachment(s)
10.5 years ago, my daughters Autism and ADHD specialist recommended a service dog for her. We welcomed Roxie into our home. She's a Jack Rat. 2 years later we added a weenie dog. Wham Bam during a move, she went into heat and WHAMO we had puppies. We wanted to keep the runt but we had so much chaos we gave her to my bestie's daughter for her sweet 16 birthday.

Fast forward to Jan 2nd of this year, that little runt had puppies. Welcome, Runt Boy and Runt Girl .. they are our GRANDPUPPIES. We never thought it would happen but with the ages of the grandma and grandpa, we thought it was time to train a new ESD and we wanted Roxie to help with the training.

No names yet... but they have already, on day 3, become perfectly meshed with our family. They only weigh in at a whopping 500 g (boy) and 650 g (girl) respectively...

First picture is them together eating.... keep in mind this food bowl is the tiniest one you can buy... and each pup will fit in a side.. as a matter of fact.. length including tail is about a kids size 2 shoe... and their neck circumference is about the size of a quarter!! They will be smaller than mama Roxie... but the grandpa weenie dog had a LOT of black and tan in his pedigree. Puppies mama was like a teeny weenie dog but black/tan and white.. these don't have white though....

Second picture is of Grandma Roxie and Grandpa Shorty checking them out.

DaveA 02-24-2015 11:08 AM

DCM has a real wicked sense of humor. Dropped off her school ager this morning and dead serious tells me "This situation is all your fault" and proceeds to start griping without saying what the "situation" is. :confused:About the time I can finally get a word in she starts laughing. Turns out the problem is the new bus schedule gives her time to stop & get coffee or breakfast before work. She's gained 7 pounds since the change. Her response was "I have to blame SOMEONE!":lol: According to her the look on my face was priceless. I bit hook line and sinker. :cool: I'm thinking about giving her kids a mountain dew & pixie sticks as a surprise tonight to take home. :D

Play Care 02-24-2015 11:28 AM

Originally Posted by Unregistered:
As I changed my baby boy today I looked down in horror at his poor little wee-wee.
It looked like his foreskin was peeling off. I froze, not knowing what to do.
On closer inspection - it was a Cheerio.

I just saw this!!

:lol::lol::lol:

Blackcat31 02-24-2015 12:39 PM

My DH and I joke around at lunch with the kids calling them Mr Jones, Miss Smith etc...

One little guy (age 4) was being silly and giggling with his table mates so my DH says to him:

"What's so funny Mr Erickson?"

and daycare boy replies "Can you stop calling me names?"

My DH says "That IS your name" :lol:

Rockgirl 02-24-2015 02:59 PM

The kids were having cinnamon toast waffles for snack today.

Dcb: You smell like waffles.
Dcg: No, you smell like waffles.
Dcb: YOU smell like waffles!
Dcg: NOOO!!!
Dcb: Okay, fine. You smell like beef and cheese.

They are two years old! Lol

Peaches 03-04-2015 03:02 PM

can't believe I just said this
 
When telling a DCD how son's day went, I proceeded to say "he sure like his balls" instead of the boy really likes to play ball. So embarrassed... Just had to share.

Play Care 03-04-2015 04:47 PM

Today while picking up 4yo DCG from preschool "There's Kiley! She's my friend cuz we have the same boots!" :lol:

Unregistered 03-12-2015 09:53 AM

Dcb 2 1/3, dcg 4, 3 and 2 were all playing house and dcb needed his bum changed. I took him in and he yells to the girls. "Don't worry daddy will be back in a minute, daddy is just gerorble his bum changed" LOL I laughed my butt off and he looked at me serious as can be and said "what I'm the dad"

Then I was making lunch and feeling very tired I've had some person things happen lately. My hair was a mess and dcg4 looks at me and says your a pretty I like your hair. Ahhhh reminds me why I like working with littles!

Annalee 03-12-2015 11:34 AM

Dcg3 asked dcg4 if she could read spanish (the book she had was in spanish). The dcg4 said "no, but xxdcg can, let's go get her".....out of the mouths of babes...so cute! :D:lol:

Controlled Chaos 03-13-2015 01:08 PM

I was talking to a dcm about how it is hard for me to switch the tone of my voice sometimes when talking to grown ups and I worry about sounding condescending since I literally talk down to children all day. Dcm told me that she and her husband were having an argument the other night and he looks at her super frustrated and says "Don't you use that Ms. K's voice on me!" I have become fighting words in the house of my dcfs :ouch: So awkward :lol:

Laura5287 03-14-2015 05:54 PM

I didn't have the chance to get on here the other day but my three year old daycare child was eating lunch. He stopped, looked around and sang....
1, 2, 3, 4 let me take a selfie. I just about fell off the chair from laughing. And that was the song for the day!

DaveA 03-17-2015 01:03 PM

2 year old DCB just was singing

A B C D E F G.....
How I wonder what you are.....
Momma called the Doctor and the Doctor said......
4 little duckies came waddling back>

Too darn cute:lol:

Rockgirl 03-17-2015 03:04 PM

Originally Posted by DaveArmour:
2 year old DCB just was singing

A B C D E F G.....
How I wonder what you are.....
Momma called the Doctor and the Doctor said......
4 little duckies came waddling back>

Too darn cute:lol:

A medley! :D

mommiebookworm 03-23-2015 09:40 AM

The kids are quite content playing with the sensory bin of beans, when I hear my dd ask "what would you like to drink?" And dcb answers "a beer!" :lol: I thought it was funny!

Sunshine74 03-23-2015 09:57 AM

Originally Posted by Luna:
This morning my group took turns oh-so-carefully carrying around a broken eggshell they found under a tree, oohing and ahhhing over it. I didn't have the heart to tell them it was a piece of paper.

I thought of this the other day when we were on a walk and the whole group of eight 2 year olds gathered around an apparently fascinating....... piece of plastic on the sidewalk. :lol:

Bookworm 04-02-2015 06:09 PM

What DCG4 MEANT to say: "My mommy and daddy and baby brother put my stuff in our room."

What DCG4 ACTUALLY said: My daddy was putting my baby brother in my mommy in our room."

I had to go behind the door and laugh.

Sunshine74 04-02-2015 08:30 PM

Originally Posted by Bookworm:
What DCG4 MEANT to say: "My mommy and daddy and baby brother put my stuff in our room."

What DCG4 ACTUALLY said: My daddy was putting my baby brother in my mommy in our room."

I had to go behind the door and laugh.

I don't know if I would make it behind the door. :lol:

It reminds me of the time when DCG2 was trying to say she saw her sister in the hallway, but it somehow came out "sticker."
Then she put her hands on her hips, tilted her head said said, "Did I just say sticker?"


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