The Funny Moms

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Comment by Melinda Means on July 28, 2009 at 9:17pm
Hi Ladies! I am enjoying the funny things your kids say! I'd love to post them on my blog under a section I have called "Child Chatter." Just email them to me at so all my readers can get a good chuckle, too! ;0)

I also have a new post ... Happy Campers ... the kids go to summer camp! Find out why sending the kids packing now and then can be a good thing for everyone!
Comment by Camryn on July 27, 2009 at 8:07pm
Lori, I have a 6 year old too! Mine said something funny the other day. (it must be the age) The other day, my oldest daughter (who is 9) had friends who came to our house to play with her. They are identical twin girls. (I can't tell them apart)

My daughter went off to play with them. Shortly after she left, she had another friend who came to ask to see if she could play. My 6 year old answered the door and said. "Nope, sorry, she isn't here. She went off to play with Adam and Eve."

I just thought that was so funny!

I would hate to be the girl mistaken for Adam...
Comment by Melinda Means on July 26, 2009 at 8:32am
Very cute, Lori! Aren't kids funny? If they weren't, none of us would have blogs, right? My daughter was teasing my son about liking a girl last night and he announced, "I DO not like Nicole! I am SINGLE!" 9 years old and single. Whew. Tha'ts a relief. ;0)
Comment by Melinda Means on July 23, 2009 at 7:15pm

Are you ready to wage the war on clutter? Join my Operation Organization challenge on my blog! The Battle for Order begins July 31st!
Comment by Melinda Means on July 21, 2009 at 9:15pm
Hi Jean, Glad you got a kick out of my story ... somehow these things are always funny LOOKING BACK! ;0) I'm glad you are starting a new blog. Humor is always therapeutic. ;0) Let us know when you're up and running!
Comment by Accidental Expert on July 21, 2009 at 8:15pm
I love the bike story...funny, it sounds eerily familiar to our outings.

Just to let you know this group has encouraged me to start another, less depressing, blog about the humor of our situation. I'm almost done so stay tuned...

Thanks all!

Comment by Camryn on July 21, 2009 at 8:13pm
I don't know about you ladies, but I am officially declaring summer of 2009 as: The Summer of Solicitors! I swear I get someone on my doorstep every day. (I blame the economy.)

I even had a guy go as far as drinking his cleaner to attest it was "safe". Until I see the CT scan that proves his cleaner works as an awesome "cleanse"--I ain't buying it!
Comment by Melinda Means on July 21, 2009 at 3:21pm
A leisurely bike trip goes horribly awry ... does family "fun" really have to be this hard?! ;0) My latest post is at Maybe you'll get a good laugh out of our misfortune!
Comment by Camryn on July 19, 2009 at 11:18pm
Welcome to all our new people! Hope you find some good laughs!

In fact, I have a funny story.

My husband was looking at his hair in the mirror, noticing how "thin" it was getting on top. My daughters were in the bathroom, watching him with interest as he turned and said, "Give it 5 years girls and your daddy is gonna be bald with no hair!"
Like instant water works, my girls started bawling their little hearts out crying,

My husband and I break out laughing as we look at each other and we both had the exact same thought. Shouldn't it be the other way around? Shouldn't he be the one crying?
Comment by Accidental Expert on July 19, 2009 at 6:16pm
Marsha and Melinda,

Thanks so much for the good thoughts and comments. You're right, blogging is great therapy -- and much cheaper too!


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