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Read what our little munchkins say on various topics. You may be in for a surprise with their innocence. Does your little one also end up saying something funny or random? It's your chance to share it for other parents to exclaim Look who's talking!

  Age Count  

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Parent's Name: Fatima Alli Moosa

My little sister was once asked how old she was. "I'm not old", she replied, "I'm still young".


  God on a Mouse  

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Parent's Name: Sharmala

Once my cousin, whose son had been born and brought up in London decided to teach him about Indian Gods. She showed him a picture of Ganesh. He asked what the mouse below him represented. She told him it represented his vehicle. He exclaimed " Funny God, here a big Elephant rides upon a little mouse "


  Moving Mom Out  

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Parent's Name: Jyoti Malhotra

My cousin lives in a 3 bedroom apartment along with her husband, two children, grand-mother-in-law, father-in-law, mother-in-law and brother-in-law. Her 6 year old son, went up to her one day and said, “Mom, I think you should buy yourself a new house.” Quite surprised, she asked him why. He replied, “When I get married, I’ll be taking this room. So where will you sleep?” 


  Mamma office chali jaati hai  

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Parent's Name: Neha Jadoun

Two months back when my son was one year ten months old we took him to movie Narniyaa. Next day when I was all ready to go to office my son speak out to his father "Papa Lion (Animal character in the movie) movie mein ro raha tha kyonki uski mumma usko choad kar office chali jaati hai. When I heard this I just can't stop myself hugging him.


  A 5year Old Think Tank  

Baby Name: Ramu
Parent's Name: Mohan

This happened around the late 1970's ..I was visiting a doctor once. In those days, more than one patient could be waiting in a doctor’s room when the other was being examined for general cold/flu etc. While I was waiting for my turn, a middle-aged woman with her son (aged around 5 years) was being examined by the doctor for some throat problem. Her son meanwhile had got on to the weight machine (weighing scale) on the floor beside the doctor. Once the woman was thru with the doctor, she called