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    All RED!

    My 7 year old son was going through all the purple for Sara's quilt and he told me I should of done RED !! So I can give it to him... lol.. this boy is too much.... Then he tells me that he likes women that wear red on her lips... Oy vey.... see what I have to look forward too! I guess I know what I am making after Purple..............
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    ha ha ha, my 4year old granddaughter goes to a special children's school right across from the frat houses at USM, she told her mother she want to go (and pointed to the frat houses) and dance. When she was 3 she liked, shoes, purses and men

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    I'm telling ya, it's in the water they drink these days!!

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    Well, my son is now 17, so I can see 10 years into your future.
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    He sounds just like my 8 year old!!!

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    oh my gosh too funny. where do they get this so young!!! Jan must be right --- the water!! ha ha

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    Before you know it, he'll be bringing a girl home and she'll have red lipstick, red dress and red heels on. Let's hope the dress isn't as short as today and she doesn't break her ankle on the red high heels. LOL!

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    Reminded me - when I was teaching kindergarten I had my class draw pictures of things they needed (after a discussion of need vs. want). One girl drew her picture and when I asked her about it, she replied, "All I need is a clean desk and a man." Needless to say, I kept that picture in my "someday I should write a book" file!

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    Make you wonder what the children are watching these days to be. Getting all these ideas of women, needing men ect. Kinda scary to me. But that's just my opinion !

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    little ones say the cutest things

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    Quote Originally Posted by JanieH View Post
    Reminded me - when I was teaching kindergarten I had my class draw pictures of things they needed (after a discussion of need vs. want). One girl drew her picture and when I asked her about it, she replied, "All I need is a clean desk and a man." Needless to say, I kept that picture in my "someday I should write a book" file!
    Goodness, reminds me of the time my son was in kindergarten and at least a half dozen girls were saying they wanted to marry my son, and even some of the moms were on the same bandwagon. was a bit scary. Then two years later one of the sisters of those girls wanted to marry my youngest son when she met him in kindergarten. Thankfully we changed schools (for other reasons). I can't imagine how that would have played out. But they are both in college now and unmarried still!!! Phew!!! Both of them have very nice girlfriends though.

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    My daughter had to have a C-section to deliver number 2 child as she had one for number one. Her little girl who was 6 when the number 2 was born knew mom had surgery to have the baby. Some time later she asked her mom if there was a way to keep from having babies because she was not ever getting cut open.

    This same little girl who is 8 now came home from School last year and told her mom that if either she or her brother had to be kidnapped she thought it should be her because they had had her longer than him.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lovecreating View Post
    Goodness, reminds me of the time my son was in kindergarten and at least a half dozen girls were saying they wanted to marry my son, and even some of the moms were on the same bandwagon. was a bit scary. Then two years later one of the sisters of those girls wanted to marry my youngest son when she met him in kindergarten. Thankfully we changed schools (for other reasons). I can't imagine how that would have played out. But they are both in college now and unmarried still!!! Phew!!! Both of them have very nice girlfriends though.
    It is really scary how much our children are being influenced by "outside sources". The only redeeming fact is that almost always what they say is said with innocence. Hopefully that will remain so but I really hope parents monitor what and when their children see and hear things.

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    My 12 yr old GS is a girl magnet. Every where he goes girls come running to him. It great that right now he can leave them behind and not think about them for awhile..
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    Too much TV and vidoes and so many don't monitor what they watch, and sometimes it if coming from thier friends who are not being monitored. My girlfriends daughter came home and asked her mom how babies were born, so and so told her the man had to___________ and if that was the case she was was never having babies. She was 7 at the time.

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    Last time I was visiting I got a chuckle when my four year old granddaughter put on lipstick before pre-school. (Done in typical four year old fashion, all over her face - LOL) Then at school she waits by the door till her little friend comes. (I forget his name.) SIL is not looking forward to her teen years!

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    When my daughter was 3 1/2, she went on vacation with my mom, grandma and 2 sisters. My oldest little sister was 12 at the time. One day, my daughter grabbed my sister by the had, led her to the door and turned and told my mom that they were 'going to the beach to look for hunks for Belinda".
    Where do they come up with this stuff?

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    Funny! But I think he just likes red, no matter where he sees it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kathbug View Post
    Make you wonder what the children are watching these days to be. Getting all these ideas of women, needing men ect. Kinda scary to me. But that's just my opinion !
    I totally agree, I am a retired 1st grade teacher, and retired in 2004, but some of the things the kids came up with then were scarry, even more so now. Tooooo much down time in front of the t.v. or game toys, and not enough outdoor play time. Most kids now days do not really know how to play. My children only watched Sesame Street when they were young then outside to play. They had dogs, swingset, trikes, bikes, and plenty of outdoor toys, and a swimming pool. We had a 6' chain linked fence surrounding the back yard, and I kept a close eye on them from my kitchen window if I wasn't out back with them. Dogs were very good baby sitters too. NO they were not allowed in the pool unless Dad or Mom was sitting by the pool. Glad both are grown now.

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    Oh my such a sweetie! Have fun with the red quilt.

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    What an adorable child......How blessed are you to have him.....Make him his red quilt....

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    Red face

    Surely the Kids today is way way way advanced!

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