Here I go:
One of my kids at age three, when asked the question: “What time do you eat breakfast?” The answer: “Daytime.”
One of my kids at age four, when caught with a muddy stick, smearing muddy stripes on Grandma and Grandpa’s dog: “I’m painting. What a masterpiece!”
One of my kids at age five, while at the dinner table rattling off words that begin with ‘f’:
“Fum?” I reply. “Don’t you mean ‘fun’?”
“No.” Lifts a thumb high in the air. “Fum!”
One of my kids at age six, when told that money doesn’t buy happiness: “But money buys ice cream, and ice cream makes me happy.”
One of my kids at age seven, while handing me a stuffed teddy bear: “Here, Mom. I poured all of my love into this. Keep it so when I’m away you can still feel my love.” Aw!
One of my kids at age eight, confessing that they told someone our family secret: “What secret?” I asked. The kid's reply: “The fact that we’re all crazy.”
One of my kids at age nine, right on their birthday: “I can’t believe it. Half of my childhood is over.”
One of my kids at age ten, after doing something really stupid: “I just realized my fatal flaw. I have no common sense.”
One of my kids at age eleven, when told he’s flirting with danger. “Flirting, mom? I’m dating it!”
Another funny one at age eleven (I couldn't pass this one up): “I can read your mind, Mom. I must be psychotic!”
What about you? Any cute quotes to share?