Hilarious! The Funniest Things Kids Have Ever Said About Their Mom’s Bodies
There’s no doubt about it, growing and birthing a baby changes your body. Whether it's stretch marks in new places, curves you haven’t seen before, or clothes that just don’t fit the way they did pre-baby, most moms note that their bodies feel and look a little bit different after they have kids. Many moms also find that the same kiddos that helped change their body also make some of the funniest comments about them. We asked real moms the funniest things their kids had ever said about their bodies and they were more than willing to share! Check out these kiddos funny thoughts below!
Julia: When I was pregnant with my second baby, my two-year-old loved to rub my belly and talk to the baby. When I started to get dark stretch marks my little boy got excited and shouted, “Yay! Train tracks to drive my Thomas on!” He then proceeded to drive his trains up and down my belly for the rest of my pregnancy!
Sarah: There are twins growing currently but I've only just started showing. My three-year-old was sitting next to me yesterday day and she looks sideways at me, lays a hand on my boob and goes, “Wow, so big, and tummy, too!” Then frantic gestures with both arms saying, “Mom you get so bigger, everywhere.”
Shira: My toddler once grabbed a belly roll, squeezed it, and said, “Like play-dough!”
Lindsay: Mine hasn't said anything yet, she's only eight months old. But she has recently discovered the deep stretch marks I've got on my belly and has been trying to grab them. She gets really mad when she can't pick them up!
Krysta: I was trying on clothes after my last pregnancy and my jeans just were not fitting. My preschooler saw my trying to get them closed and said, “You're growing big and strong just like me, Mama!”
Emily: My baby doesn’t talk yet. But he does squeal and slaps his hands around when he sees me changing my shirt. He thinks anytime is snack time!
Jaci: I’m pregnant and my toddler doesn’t really understand how everything works. He told me, ‘Mommy, you can't eat, you will get the baby all dirty and covered in food!”
What are the funniest things your little ones have said to you about your body?