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Funny, tender ... the little pearls that are the words of children always amuses us. Here are some heard at home or in kindergarten that should please you!

Words of children ... that fantasy (32 photos)

Agathe

"Me, I do not like cabbage braces" (Agathe, 4 years old)

Flavie

"At noon, I ate ground skate" (Flavie, 4 years and a half)

Lea

"Me too, I want to write my eyes" (Léa, 5 years old, in front of her mother making up her face)

Is she

"Granny, why are you faded?" (Estelle, 5)

Megan

"Mom, I pulled the puddle!" (Megan, 3 years and a half)

Samia

"Do you want shrimps?" "No, I do not know how to undress them!" (Samia, 6 years old)

Paul

"Mom, when you're tired, why do I have to go to bed?" (Paul, age 4 and a half)

Lena

"Dad, you stink with your feet!" (Lena, 3 years old)

Justine

"Look dad, there's a ghost in your coffee!" (Justine, 5)

Mayane

Mayane, 5 years old, to her mother: "Say, what toys did I have when I was in your belly?"

Joris

How are baby frogs called? Firecrackers ! (Joris 5 years old)

Maïly

"Mom, when you're driving, the moon, she's following me, why did you hook her up to the car?" The good word from Maïly, 4 ½ years old.

Julie

Julie, 5, sees a robin in the garden and says to her dad: "Look, a bra!"

Thais

"My astrological sign is swing" (Thais, 5 years old)

Alex

Alex to his mother looking for a place: "Look, there is a car that is disguised ..."

Alexandra

Alexandra, 3, is at the zoo with her grandpa and sees a beautiful polar bear. "You've seen grandpa, he's old like you bear, his hair is all white."

Cecilie

Cecilia, 3, in front of a spider's web: "Have you seen the spider's toilet?"

Leo

"Can I have a mop of hair before going to sleep?" (Leo, 4 years old, fan of herbal teas ...)

Julie

"You brush your teeth ..." No, it's going to scratch them! "... the good word of Julie, 4 years old

Violet

"Squirrels too, does it eat nuts?" (Violet, 4 years old)

Joshua

"You're a funny thug," Mom said to Joshua, 5, after a mistake. "Ben you, you're a vowel!"

Lea

"At noon, I ate some stuffed tomatoes" (Léa)

Antoine

For Carnival, I'm going to wear a mosquito net ... With a sword!

This child's word is drawn from 300 tasty beads of kindergarten children in the book The bazaar does things well (Brèves de enfants en maternelle), by Pierre-Antoine Meynier, published by Chiflet & Cie

Lilou

The fairy, she has a magic fly

This child's word is drawn from 300 tasty beads of kindergarten children in the book The bazaar does things well (Brèves de enfants en maternelle), by Pierre-Antoine Meynier, published by Chiflet & Cie

Mayane

Mistress, why does Massek have skin all night?

This child's word is drawn from 300 tasty beads of kindergarten children in the book The bazaar does things well (Brèves de enfants en maternelle), by Pierre-Antoine Meynier, published by Chiflet & Cie

Louis

Come on Louis, you count the number of pencils I put on the table- One, two, three ... A lot. Very much.

This child's word is drawn from 300 tasty beads of kindergarten children in the book The bazaar does things well (Brèves de enfants en maternelle), by Pierre-Antoine Meynier, published by Chiflet & Cie

Pink

Mistress, she said you had to get in (calm down).

This child's word is drawn from 300 tasty beads of kindergarten children in the book The bazaar does things well (Brèves de enfants en maternelle), by Pierre-Antoine Meynier, published by Chiflet & Cie

Gabriel

Today, we are sorry

This child's word is drawn from 300 tasty beads of kindergarten children in the book The bazaar does things well (Brèves de enfants en maternelle), by Pierre-Antoine Meynier, published by Chiflet & Cie

Theo

My dad, he wins the Rémi (RMI)

Emma

- Mistress, can you do my shoelace?- How are we asking?-… ??- What is the magic word?- Abracadabra!

This child's word is drawn from 300 tasty beads of kindergarten children in the book The bazaar does things well (Brèves de enfants en maternelle), by Pierre-Antoine Meynier, published by Chiflet & Cie

Maxence

"Mistress, I have cochunctitis"

This child's word is drawn from 300 tasty beads of kindergarten children in the book The bazaar does things well (Brèves de enfants en maternelle), by Pierre-Antoine Meynier, published by Chiflet & Cie

Tom

Mistress, Jeanson, he made me a horror finger

This child's word is drawn from 300 tasty beads of kindergarten children in the book The bazaar does things well (Brèves de enfants en maternelle), by Pierre-Antoine Meynier, published by Chiflet & Cie



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