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Having a beautiful son later in life was certainly surprise not just for me but the whole family, i feel he was sent to us for a good reason he is now 7 and we all love him to bits, sometimes when we talk just us to he is really sweet once when he was 3, we were out in the shops and someone asked him to wait for me his nanna to help him he got upset as he told the lady i am his mum. I asked him later that day did he think i was a bit to old to be his mum and he told me yes mum thats why i picked you to be my mum, my heart just melted he is such a sweetie


Posted by kioloablue, 20th May 2015


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  • So amazing for only three years old for saying things like that . Mine never really talked and now being 15 , he is more of a thinker and being a bloke likes to keep sentences simple .

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  • The stuff that comes out of kids mouths can be so amazing!

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  • My girlfriend has the opposite problem. She’s the nanna but often gets taken for the mum!

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  • that is really cute! don’t forget

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  • kids can say the sweetest things when you really do need it . How sweet.

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  • Having kids later and life can be really wonderful, I’m sure it can also be tiring and also annoying if people think you look more like his grandmother (so rude!) but rewarding nonetheless. Congrats to you for having your son later in life and revelling in the experience.

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  • Yeah, I sometimes get mistaken for Grandma. Pretty annoying, actually.

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  • Little one. They say the sweetest things!! :-)

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  • Awww what a little sweetie. We too had our daughter later in life. My husband often gets referred to as grampa. I love saying, ummm sorry but he is her dad. I think it’s pretty rude to assume

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