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A Child Loves Her Mommy

Ok, I admit it. I’m just stealing content from But this quote was too charming to miss.

My friend Mindy keeps a list of her kids’ comments on her blog and at Pear Soup (a kiddie quote aggregator). This one struck a funny bone today:

Daphne and I were talking about how much we love each other and she said:

“I love you more than 1000 centuries, more than anybody or anything like a bunny or something bigger than the whole world including China.”

Now that’s a lot of love.This post originally appeared on Dr. Val’s blog at

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One Response to “A Child Loves Her Mommy”

  1. RH Host Melissa says:

    How sweet!  Isn’t it amazing the things that kids say?  I love to keep a log of what phrases my kids throw out….we go through them sometimes together and they are so surprised when they read them saying “Mom, there is NO WAY I said that!”  :)

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