YOUR SAY WHAT FUNNY THINGS HAVE YOUR MM AND KIDS SAID LATELY?

New Idea - - Your Say -

IT’S COM­PLI­CATED

“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.

OPRAH-TIC

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.

MUM’S RIDE

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.

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