Using every method to shield the girls from bad language, it seems two-year-old Holly has been the first to crack an expletive.

When Julian was about to put two legs into the same leg hole of the night nappy – Holly’s legs, not his – Holly piped up with:

“No, you silly doofus.’’

Followed by a rather cheeky grin, then 10 minutes of hysterics!


Do your kids have silly words they use? Or just mine?

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6 Responses to Aussie Giveaway Linkup #89: Bad language edition

  1. Robyn says:

    That’s so cute! My son has just started year 1 and he came home saying his teacher was Mrs Shit!!! Turns out it was actually Mrs Schmit! Gave Mr D and I a bit of a giggle x

  2. My daughter told me this morning that she was the king of the castle and I was the little raspberry. 🙂

    They sing Baa Baa Pink Sheep at daycare.. which I find hilarious!
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    • Kel says:

      Hehe!! That gave me a giggle, Yvette. Funny how they interpret things, isn’t it!
      Loving Baa Baa Pink Sheep. My girls would go crazy singing that!!!! 🙂

  3. How sweet. We use silly words at times, but our fave is Boubou (boo-boo), for any wound he gets from his adventures. It’s from my native language. People ask me what is he trying to say? Hehe!
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