1 March 2014

Win The Wisdom of Kids book for Mother's Day

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Ever stopped and thought, ‘Did my little angel really say that?’ and realised to your amusement that they did? 

A new and quirky book, The Wisdom of Kids, is packed full of hilarious one-liners and laugh-out-loud anecdotes straight from those little tinkers. It is a book showing just how honest children can be, a little too honest sometimes. Guaranteed to keep mum giggling all day, it is a perfect gift for Mother's Day with its humorous tales and unique look at love, life and the differences between the sexes.

The Wisdom of Kids started as a series of greetings cards and gained so much popularity, winning a variety of prestigious awards, that it was decided that it should be made into a book. The creator, Soula Zavacopolou,s went onto write and design The Wisdom of Kids book as well as other fun gifts including mugs, beer glasses, coasters and fridge magnets. 

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For me, I know Thomas has said some breath-taking things over the years and I'm sure Charlie will just be the same. Thomas, explaining at full volume, that the woman on the bus just had to be a man as she had a beard, was just the tip of the iceberg for us. 

How would you like to win your very own copy of The Wisdom of Kids book just in time for Mother's Day. Then it's simple to enter, just comment below telling me a funny or cute comment that your child has said and their name and age when the embarrassing moment happened.

Don't worry if you don't win this time round as you can also purchase the book from AmazonWaterstones and various other book shops. 

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For your chance to win a copy of The Wisdom of Kids book all you have to do to is fill in the Rafflecopter form below.

Please remember to check the T&C's at the bottom of the Rafflecopter application and our full terms here. This giveaway is open to the UK only and any entries left that do not follow the mandatory entries will be disqualified. After the one compulsory entry of answering the given question the Rafflecopter will then open a round of optional extras, you do not have to enter any of these but these will give you extra entries into the competition. 

And please, if you are commenting on the blog as 'anonymous' can you please write your name in the comment otherwise I cannot count your entry.

Ends Midnight 20th March 2014


42 comments:

  1. "Mommy, did I come from sperms" by Jake aged 6.

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  2. Out in the car at a roundabout one day, my daughter saw a Wotsits lorry go by & said she liked them, then my son, Patrick of 5yrs old, said "I like W**k**s*, I was gobsmacked a, so I asked him to repeat it, which he did, I asked him if he was sure he had got the right word, & he said "Yes, look them", just as a Walkers Crisps lorry went round the roundabout - I duly rectified him on it but seriously couldn't stop laughing for ages.

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  3. we went swimming my hubby pulled down his pants and my toddler son said, wow if mine get that big will it be heavy, we feel about laughing i don't know what people thought we were up to in that changing room lol

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  4. we recently asked my son What does daddy do? He replied Brum Brum (he's a mechanic) so we asked him What does Mammy do? He replied Bum Bum!! (i'm a stay at home mam). So he was pretty much right!

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  5. my 2 year old struggles with her Aunties name and has started calling her Bender much to her embarrassment

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  6. When my Harry had just turned 3 we took him swimming and he accidentally swallowed some of the water. He pulled his little face and went "Yuck. It needs some blackcurrant in mummy." I started laughing and said it was a special kind of water and it wouldn't suit blackcurrant in as it would make everyone purple... only for his eyes to light up - he wanted to be purple like Barney the Dinosaur! I'd created a monster. Every time for months when we went swimming he kept asking me to put some Blackcurrant in the water!

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  7. 'Is s**t a swear word?' from a very innocent 3 year old Madeline! We told her it was, so she's promised never to say it! We're so careful not to swear around her, so I don't know where she's heard it!

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  8. My wee boy doesn't talk yet. :(

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  9. Just this morning I told my son he was handsome & he said (in a very outraged voice!) "I'm not handsome! I'm a cutiepie!" (Aidan, 3 next week)

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  10. saying rude words because they've heard them but not sure what they mean

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  11. my son about 3 asking if that man had a baby in his tummy

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  12. Well my niece is allowed a small bit of chocolate (she's just 2 - but doesn't get a lot of it as she prefers fruit anyway) but not after a certain time. One day she said "But Mum says I'm allowed" when Ryan (her "Ryan" Daddy - he's not her real Daddy) said "It was too late for her chocolate bit". Considering she's just 2, we have no idea how she remembers sentences enough to say them in the right context :)

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  13. I told my daughter she wants nuts to which she replied no I'm not I'm a pigeon and flapped her arms

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  14. 2 year old having a run around the living room furniture :- When asked what he was doing said, "Driving my car fast". He certainly was fast.

    Rachel Craig

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  15. My son likes to remind me I have a Big Bum - normally in the most random of places and normally when other people are listening! xx

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  16. Elizabeth Briggs xxx

    My daughter wanted some popcorn in the cinema and just as the film was about to start she shouted out can I have some C*ck P*rn :)

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  17. My daughters 3 when we get in the car Daisy looks up 'What idiots are on the road today mummy'

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  18. he comes out with so many odd things that make me laugh but cnat think of any of the good ones right now.
    When he wants junk food he tells me he needs it to push the pooh down in his tummy so he can go pooh.
    Reasoning of a 6 yr old

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  19. Kids say the funniest things!

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  20. When I was at my school volunteering a child said to me: "I like your flower, you always have pretty hair" Which I thought was lovely! :)

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  21. Thank you for the baby brother but what I prayed for was a puppy. Ria, 4

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  22. My 5-yr old son walking in our bedroom at about 11pm
    "Mummy, Daddy - why are you wrestling?" - I assume you can work out why!!!! ;)
    Spencer Broadley
    s.broad@hotmail.co.uk

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  23. My 16 month old doesn't really talk yet but the other day a Jehovahs witness came to the door just after nappy change, Jake came to the door carrying his wrapped up nappy took a deep breath and shouted Pooooooo then threw it at the woman.

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  24. Pam Francis Gregory11 March 2014 at 10:14

    When I was listening to 'Radio Ga Ga' by queen, my 5 year old told me to stop talking like a baby!!

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  25. When my nice Olivia then aged 3 saw me change my sons (4 weeksold) Nappie for the first time she gave a squeak and exclaimed that "Grant has a tail!"

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  26. We only have one bathroom and my 4 year old daughter was desperate for a wee but Daddy was in the shower so I unlocked the door and went in with her for my partner to open the shower curtain to see whst the noise was .Ava then said , "Daddy I can see your nuts cover them up" I was gobsmacked!!!

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  27. My son when he was 5 said to my mam Nanna is your boobs so big because you had alot of kids to feed? hahaha was so funny poor kid thought the more kids you had the bigger your boobs got

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  28. "Mummy, that slug has no home!" - She was pointing at a slug and thought it was a snail without a house! Charlotte was 4 at the time. :-) x

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    1. I meant to put "that snail has no home" not slug. x

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  29. Joshua's (4) is a very strong swimmer and his daddy moved to ireland at christmas, so i was showing him on the google map (lots of scrolling) where he was from us, he pipes up why does it take him so long to come see us, I CAN SWIM OVER THE SEA REALLY QUICK ITS NOT EVEN AS BIG AS THE BABY POOL AT HOLIDAYS! i didnt think that through. :S

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  30. My friend's daughter has learned, from somewhere, how to dance wiggling her bum while yelling "SHAKE YOUR BOOTY"!

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  31. My son once spent 20 minutes trying to talk to me about a ' fuckit ' as I went through various stages of anger and annoyance whilst h got even more angry and annoyed until he finally produced a picture of the ' fuckit '
    ' oh a forklift ' Phew!!!!

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  32. I was doing my Christmas shopping on line & my little girl who was 2 years old (she was 3 in January) was playing next to me with her toys. After quite a few purchases I groaned 'oh no'.....She looked up and asked in a concerned voice 'What's wrong mummy?'. I said 'Mummy's just spent too many pennies'. She walked up to me & gave me a cuddle and said 'Don't worry mummy, it was an accident' :)

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  33. Claire - Age 4 = "how old are you?", adult - "51", Claire - "WOW!! You're SO old!! You'll be dead soon won't you?? My Nana's only 21!"

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  34. My two nearly three year old shouted out in boots the other day, mummy look at that mans funny hair and pointed! The man had a very colourful Mohican.

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  35. Was nanny alive during the great fire of london?

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  36. when my son billy was 5 I told him in Tesco I felt sick he very loudly shouted 'oh god your not pregnant again' I wasn't cheeky monkey

    kay panayi

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  37. Walking around Morrisons with Lexi 3 years old when we walked past a Dwarf (please don't take offence to this anyone!) she turned to me and said.. "Awww look mummy, its a baby lady!"

    Im so sorry if this offends anyone!

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  38. when I had my second child my oldest would only call him Bruce and when his sister came along he called her Star for the first six months!

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  39. When I was pregnant with our 3rd child me and my partner took our sons to a firework display and after my 3 year old who was 2 at the time had finished his chips, he said "I'm full mummy, I have chips and a baby in my belly" xx

    Jill cordner

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  40. My daughter to me, "Mummy you smelly" (she is 2). Me, "I am not smelly. You are smelly." My daughter: "I am not smelly, I had a bath last night. I smell nice". Apparently she picked this up from Peppa Pig :P

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