YOUR SAY WHAT FUNNY THINGS HAVE YOUR MM AND KIDS SAID LATELY?
“Nana,” said Master 4, “I have a story to tell you, but it’s too complicated, so I will tell you when it’s not complicated.” CHERYL MEADS, WANGANUI, NZ.
As we drove over the Sydney Harbour Bridge on our road trip from Victoria, Master 5 looked out of the window and excitedly exclaimed: “Mum, Mum, look, its Oprah’s house!” S. ABRAM, HUGHESDALE, VIC.
My grandchildren Jasmine, 7, and Kyle, 6, were discussing how their horses went in the Melbourne Cup. Jasmine said, “My mummy won.” Kyle looked at her and said, “I didn’t know your mum could ride a horse.” SHIRLEY BLACKIE, RAYMOND TERRACE, NSW.
PATTY CAKE PANIC
After we moved house I signed up for a mothers’ group. I was hastily checking around the house that everything was clean, shiny and in its place before the arrival of the small group of women. Following me with a concerned look Master 3 asked, “What are you doing, Mum?” Looking at him with a smile I said, “Oh… I’m panicking.” Frowning and shaking his head he said to me, “You’re not a patty cake.” DENISE MCKIBBIN, THIRLMERE, NSW.
My 6-year-old daughter Aria loves rainbows! ANGELA RUHLAND, VICTORIA POINT, QLD. My niece Sophia, 6, makes a great policewoman. BELINDA MOUK, GIRRAWHEEN, WA.
PHOTO OF THE WEEK WINS $100 Meet my gorgeous and adorable granddaughter, Donna, 3, who loves to pose for the camera. E. DRAKE, CHRISTCHURCH, NZ.
My 4-year-old son Sammy really enjoyed his yummy ice-cream on a beautiful sunny day at the park! VANESSA PANOSSIAN, WESTMINSTER, WA.
Point Perpendicular in Jervis Bay National Park was perfect for reading New Idea, while waiting to spot some whales migrating south. DEBRA MCLAREN, BARGO NSW.