In the spirit of the new show "$#*! My Dad Says" on CBS, I am proposing the blog of "Stuff My Kids Said". "Bleep My Dad Says" is based on the twitterings of a young adult who tweets the unfiltered, unedited things his dad would say. He developed quite an audience and now William Shatner is playing hid dad on the new show. We have all had times when are children have said cringe-worthy, embarassing things.
My son, Tim, is a very handsome young man. He is now 20 years old, and when younger he looked almost exactly like Macaulay Culkin. I would have people stop me on the street to ask if he was Macaulay Culkin. At age 5, Tim had just finished an envigorating morning at pre-K. I took him to get a physical for Kindergarten. Unfortunately, he had to get vaccinations-3 of them! It took 2 nursing assistants and myself to hold him down. He got the shots, came home, still sobbing. I told him to lay on the couch and take a nap. When he woke up, I was startled to discover his left shoulder was hanging lower than his right shoulder. I called the doctor's office who advised me to take him to the ER.
I got him to the ER, and when the triage nurse called us in, she asked Tim what happened. With a straight face and a withering look towards me, he replied, "My Mommy did this to me!".
After the nurse called the doctor's office and was assured that I wasn't a child abuser, I was able to take Tim home, with his arm in a sling. I never let him forget that!