Sharing a post from November 2010...
Why is it funnier to hear it from kids? Because they don't purposely repeat themselves until I am grinding my teeth. They say what they are gonna say and move on. If it's funny we act like we didn't hear them and make them repeat it again.
Jack was standing across the room taking it all in, and said "isn't that sweet?" We all burst into laughter.
The two funniest things said this weekend that I remember~
Dunc: I sure do like these AnyMims. (M&Ms)
Maddie: (talking to me out of Dunc's hearing) Did you HEAR that Grammy? Dunc said VEEsagne!
Me: I heard him Maddie. How is it pronounced?
Maddie: (rolling her eyes) hmmph...it's BASAGNE. (She said this in a very arrogant tone, as though she was the only one who knew how to pronounce lasagne.)
We were laughing about Dunc saying AnyMims. Maddie was laughing too. I told Maddie that pronouncing AnyMims was no different from liberry (her pronunciation of the place she gets to go to in school to check out books). Dunc was a little aggravated about it and I told him:
"Don't worry Dunc and Maddie. You talk like your Gramps now. When you grow up, you'll talk like your Grammy."
That was when Jen lost it and snorked her Coke.