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Has your child/children ever did anything that embarrassed you?  

When my daughter was about 2 or 3 she came out of the bathroom caring a bag  and replied loudly “Mommy I can’t open the toilet paper.” It turned out to be a bag of sanitary pads and my now ex had a bunch of his male’s over.

Another time during the Christmas program at church she was up front with her little group singing. She started squirming around and hollered out “Momma I gotta pee” I sunk down in the pew.

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      Terri Quinn wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • Sorry I meant to say “male friend’s”




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      Susan Dahringer wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • My son,as of last year, costed me 526.00 worth of school library fines..




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      Tuliplady wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • Hmmm, how about my four year old daughter peeing outside—in front of my business no less.

      The nineteen year old getting her eyebrow pierced.

      The fifteen year old piercing her own lip and dying her hair black.  

      The four year old son playing a shepherd in the Christmas play at church getting into a wrestling match with another shepherd.

      When you  have kids, I think embarassment goes with the territory.




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      Stephanie Lawrence wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • I don’t have any children but I always keep my nieces and nephews in the summer.... One year, my niece was about 2 or maybe 3 and we were in the grocery store and when I went down the aisle with the beer,  she pointed and yelled out real loud, Budweiser, Miller, Coors, and  Bud Light and a woman coming down the aisle just looked at me like I was an alcoholic, i was so embarrassed. So I looked at the woman and said... I’m teaching her how to read, the lady just looked at me and laughed




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      Adee Coleman wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • Yes. My youngest son was with me at a Coach bag outlet.  I was looking at a purse and he said mommy that bag is expensive.  I said it is not too bad - it was on sale at the outlet for about $160. He said you never pay over $5 for a purse.  Let me say I love to go to thrift stores and consignment shops and I find great deals and one day I found a purse for $5. He was with me and remembered the day very clearly. So, I say, sweetie I have never paid $5 for a purse.  He tugged on the purse I was carrying that day and said Mommy you only paid $5 for this purse, remember, you got this from the thrift store.  I was a little embarassed, but I thought it was really funny later on.




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      La Shawn Henderson wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • When my daughter was about 3 or 4 I was teaching her about good touch and bad touch so I wanted her to know both the proper/nick names for male and female genitalia. So I told her boys and men have a penis. We were sitting in church and when the minister walked down the isle she said “Mommy does past have a penis too. Everyone including the Pastor turned and looked at me. I said yes Shelby pastor has a penis too. I had to explain why she asked later.




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      Carolnphil wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • Oh, man!  I am howling now!  estatic  Kids are SO much fun!

      We used to do historical reenactments when my sons were small.  Once my youngest locked me in the hooters (outhouse).  He went in with me, got done before I did and locked the door as soon as he went out.  I guess he forgot I was in there.  I yelled and yelled and he didn’t come back.  I finally figured out how to open the door without a handle on the inside.  :(  So not funny at the time.




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      Lorilyn wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • When I started working at a daycare my daughter was three. She was in the bathroom for a few minutes before everyone heard her call Mommy!Come wipe my butt! They all looked at me and laughed. She was promptly trained to do it all on her own.lol




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      Carine Nadel wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • at least kids don’t actually know what they‘re doing-my husband’s mother is the one that embarasses us constantly.

      even all the grandkids refuse to go out or visit her.  we can NEVER go anyplace a 2nd time.  sister-in-law moved to the other half of the state and sees her as little as possible.

      poor hubby-stuck




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      Lorilyn wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • Oh,it would take at least a paragraph to tell about how my Mom has embarrassed me in public.worried




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      Dalia Spurgeon wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • Embarrassing moments like my child calling a heave set lady the fat lady right next to her thinking he was talking in secret so loud that the poor lady heard it, and I have to apologize to the poor lady almost in tears or like my daughter getting out of bed on a Monday morning she is about 2.5 years old and can take out her diaper so she is looking for Mommy in her birthday suit and go out side my front door and my next door neighbor to bring her home while my hubby was home at sleep so when he heard the door he then answer it in his underware.   Like those moments, yes I ladies have a few to share. Ha! Ha! Ha!




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      Anne E wrote Jun 6, 2009
    • We were waiting in line at the Post Office when my daughter was about 4 or 5.  An even younger kid slipped and fell on the floor.  My daughter walked right up to her and said “You should be more careful!”  The little girl’s parents looked at me horrified. Oops-I guess my daughter was mirroring what I said when she slipped.  I could have been a lot more compassionate.




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      Cheryl wrote Jun 8, 2009
    • Once when my oldest daughter was about 3, we were shopping in the produce section at the grocery store.  She saw this nice looking guy and proceeded to tell him, “Hi, my name is Jenni and this is my mother, her name is Cheryl!”  The poor fellow just looked at me and probably wondered if I had trained her to say that to all the men.  I was so embarrased!  My husband thought it was hilarious.




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