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Any Funny Family Stories

My family seems to fade into the woodwork wherever we are. It's actually funny. Whenever our kids sign up for something at school or our family attends an event, no one realizes we were there or our names are mysteriously left off list. There so many stories I could tell you. Anybody relate?

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My cousin was a groomsman in his brother's wedding. My cousin had strep throat and a fever but was going to be in the wedding no matter what. During the ceremony he fainted, his sister screamed "he's dead" (he wasn't), she HURDLED over two pews to get to him. They picked him up, continued the ceremony and THEN the best man fainted. They finally brought out chairs for both to sit on. During another family wedding, my 2 year old sister said very loudly during prayer "I have to go potty NOW!
---ljt on 8/29/07


When I was 3 my grandma went by plane to Oklahoma. My dad pointed out an airplane and said to me "there goes Grandma". For years afterward, everytime I saw a plane in the sky I would scream "HI GRANDMA" as loud as I could up at the sky. I did this until I was about 8 and forgot why I even did it until my dad told me the story (yes, I know I was a strange kid and VERY dramatic).
---TT on 8/29/07


I can tell you a funny. My grandson who was 4 at the time always listens to gospel music. One song he would hear was called "Nothing in this world is gonna stop me". It is a fast paced song. He ask his mother to come listen to the nut and the squirrel song.
---shira on 5/14/07


Thank you, Barbara! Bless your heart! Darlene's been after me to get back on the blogs (LOL) but I've just been very busy spending any spare minutes building a webpage for my son's band. I'm quite technically challenged so it took me a long time!
---DoryLory on 6/24/06


Good to see you DoryLory! Where have you been hiding?
---NV_Barbara on 6/23/06




About eleven years ago we had a horrendous winter. Days and days on end of minus 40 degress and so much snow we couldn't see the street from our front door step anymore. One day I was bundling 4-year-old Brennan up to go play outside. We were talking about the harshness of winter and I was explaining the importance of dressing extra warm in the freezing cold temperatures. Suddenly he looked up at the sky and asked, "When is Jesus gonna quit hucking snow us, anyway?"
---DoryLory on 6/23/06


LOL, Bruce. That really gave me a laugh. I have a 5 YO son who has the same type sense of humor.

We had a litter of 7 week old kittens that kept getting up under my car. Every time we had to go somewhere we would have to check and shew them out. One day I was running late for an appointment and forgot to look. :*( When Daddy asked him why Mommy was crying he replied with a sigh, "Aw, cuz she got kitty juice on her tire."
---Loree on 6/21/06


Before the Sunday service it was announced that the eve service would address "Being Accountable". On the way home, 7 y/o Robin was heard sniffling in the back seat of the car. "What's the matter?" her mother asked.
"Are we(sniff) going back to church tonight?"
"Why, yes, we are"
"Do.. I have to go too?"
"Yes. Why, don't you want to come with us?"
In a tremulous voice " No Mommy,...I don't WANT (sniff) to be a cannibal"
---Donna2277 on 6/20/06


After hearing a sermon of death & the after life. A little boy walking home with his mother asked her "how do yo save your soul.She explained about being good & loving Jesus & the little boy who was dawdling said no no walk on your heels,like this"needless to say mother saw the humour,that was 75 years ago in my life time!!Didn't think my memory was that good.
---Emcee on 6/20/06


After hearing a sermon of death & the after life. A little boy walking home with his mother asked her "how do yo save your soul.She explained about being good & loving Jesus & the little boy who was dawdling said no no walk on your heels,like this"needless to say mother saw the humour,that was 75 years ago in my life time!!Didn't think my memory was that good.
---Emcee on 6/20/06




My daughter about 2 or 3 then came to visit me at my job with her dad and asked me if she can go in the aligator I looked at her dad who was puzzled looking at me she said it again louder people began to laugh I said ok show mommy as she was getting louder. She took me to the alivator around the corner from me of course the croud saw this and burst out.
---judit4846c on 6/20/06


Bruce,LOL,your daughter sure has a way of trying to cheer ya up!! One time my son was in the Christmas pagent at church and after they went up on the alter to sing their songs they went to sit quietly in their places on the pews.After a while I tried to spot him and couldn't see him because he was laying down on the pew fast asleep! He was only 4.
---sue on 6/20/06


I took my daughter (then 5) with me to the vet to have a cat put down :( .I wanted her to know I took this very serious so I was being very quiet and sober. On the way home, she asked me if I was sad. I told her I was. She asked If I wanted to play a game. I told her no, I was sad. Then she comes up with "What is black and white and probably dead by now?"
---Bruce5656 on 6/20/06


When my son was very young, one day he asked, "Mom what is thecino?" He had a very good vocabulary and I just couldn't figure out what 'thesino' was. Finally he got exasperated and said "you know Mom, its in our song, 'Jesus loves me thesino.' Kids are so funny!
---NV_Barbara on 6/20/06


When my kids were teens, we rented a cabin in the woods. One night we were sitting around the campfire and heard a noise in the bushes. My daughter got really scared, and the boys started teasing her, telling her it was the Great American Attack Possum. It was really a skunk and after we went to bed, it perfumed the air quite well. Years later, they would tease her about that Attack Possum.
---Madison1101 on 6/20/06


After my husband died ,I was working two fulltime jobs.but going to church made me cry.after y son complained I went to church,not in the choir on the front pugh .I sat quietly.A lady came up to me and said,"Will you
move,you are in my place?" I quietly moved to the back.Lulac3895
---Lula on 6/20/06


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