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Kids Blogging Quotes

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Kids really do say the darnest things and these kids blogging quotes prove that beyond a shadow of a doubt!

After the latest exchange with one of my daughters about blogging,

I wondered if other children had said funny things to their parents about blogging.

I asked a bunch of my fellow bloggers if their children had said anything funny about their blogging and below are their replies.


My Daughters Thoughts On Blogging

My exchange with my oldest daughter is below followed by funny quips from other blogger’s children.

My 7 year old Morgan: Whatcha doing?
Me: Blogging
Morgan: About what?
Me: Video games at the moment
Morgan: Did you do the video yet (she is referring to Turbo which we had just watched after receiving for review)
Me: Nope not yet.
Morgan: Well you should do that next.

A cartoon of a girl talking about blogging.

Kids Quotes About Being Blogged About

The other day Rissa said “Stop crying Xander, I’m blogging about you.” – Tales from the Nursery

“Oh Mom, you’re NOT going to blog about me again, are you?”  – Mommy Juiced

My two year old was looking over my shoulder at one of the photos I was uploading onto a post and pointed at herself saying – “I sooooo cute, mama. My bwog??”  – Baby Stylista

“Yay I made the team ! ” looks at me slowly ” you aren’t going to blog /tweet about it, are you?” – Tales of a Ranting Ginger

“Can you tweet this picture of me to Facebook??” “You’re going to blog this, right?” “Mommy, do you need me to pose for the blog post pictures?”  – Raising My Boys

Kids Blogging Quotes About The Deliveries

“Mommy, is the Fed Ex guy sick? He did not come today so I hope he does not have a tummy ache” – 5 year old Jane  – Mommy Moment

“You got ANOTHER package? Is that for your computer work? Awwwww! NO FAIR!…..” (meanwhile inside the package was the Disney Blu-Ray “Turbo”…for 7-year-old X-Man! lol). – Canadian Blog House

My son says to my hubby “Daddy that man came today and gave mommy his package. He comes a lot. His package is Mommy’s work”. – The Knit Whit by Shair

My 4 yr old every time a delivery comes: “What did your blog get for me ?” – Tales of a Ranting Ginger

My 4 year old daughter, loves to scream ”Mommy UPS is here!” just to fool around. Of course I come running each time just in case it’s true. – The DIY Dreamer

Olivia’s friend was over the other day and on the fourth delivery she looked at me confused and was all “Um, So…. Do you just shop all day?” and after explaining… “I think Olivia gets too many things in the mail”.  – Frugal Edmonton Mama

Kids Blogging Quotes About Photography

“Can we eat it ? Or do you have to take a pic for your blog first ?”- Tales of a Ranting Ginger

My 5 year old after he got into a box of mine “don’t worry mom I already took the pictures for you” and he had on his Showcam lol – Mommy Knowz

My six year old, handing me her kiddie camera, which is full of photos of her stuffed dolls: “I need you to download the pictures off of here… And, I give you permission, you can use them ALL on your blog.”- Maple Leaf Mommy

My kids are used to me taking pictures of dinner just in case it comes out good enough to blog about. If they like it and didn’t see me take a picture, they tell me I need to put it on my blog – Mom’s Small Victories

Kids Who Want To Be Future Bloggers

6 yo “I want to be a food blogger SO I GET ALL THE FOOD!” — maybe a side effect of waiting for pictures before eating? – Shannon’s View From Here

“I’m working like you Mom. I gotta take picture first, don’t open yet.” As she points to a box. Then frantically types on her play laptop and uses her camera to take pics of plastic food from her kitchen. Mimi (3 1/2) – Whispered Inspirations

How Kids View Blogging

My 12 year old daughter to a friend one day (yes I eavesdropped lol) yeah my mom is a blogger it’s cool she gets free stuff all the time only it’s not really free because she says she works for it but I get some fun free stuff like wii games and stuff so it’s still pretty cool.  – Powered By Mom

My then 7 year-old to her teacher when she asked where she got Beanitos in her lunch. “Oh my Mom is a blogger. She gets stuff for free.” She then proceeded to show her teacher my site on her teacher’s computer by typing it in Google. *facepalm*  – Whispered Inspirations (and Gabby (Now 9) has her own blog: Always Gabby)

Overheard my 7 yr old telling friend “My Mama’s famous…not like Oprah famous but like people know her”  – Sober Julie

Miscellaneous Kids Blogging Quotes

I’ve caught my kids hollering at each other, don’t touch that mom needs to put it on her blog! Randomly, about anything and everything. – Holy Splendor

My son constantly tells me “Go Post on your blog, Mom” so he can have alone time with his dad.  – Bargains With Brittanie

I told my kids we were going to a party last year before Christmas and my oldest responded with ‘what kind of party? a twitter party?  – Moms Vs The Boys (Read The Blog Post)

“Hey Mom my class needs new computers, can you blog for them?” – Sober Julie

My 8-year old son when he found out we received a new tablet: “Mommy, did you blog for it?”  – SnyMed

If you are a blogger, do you have a funny story to add? If so, leave it in the comments below!

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Monday 15th of August 2016

HAHAHHA they really do say the darnedest things. I get the "You're going to blog this, aren't you" question quite frequently. I also get "Dad, video this and put on YouTube."


Tuesday 19th of November 2013

LOL I love "What did your blog get for me?" My 5yo told me last summer, when he thought he had done something cute, "You should put that on Facebook." My kids are aware that pretty much anything they do and say is blog/Facebook fodder.

Kathleen Garber

Wednesday 20th of November 2013

Yes my kids tell me to put stuff on Facebook ALL THE TIME.


Tuesday 19th of November 2013

My daughter seriously comes out with some random stuff sometimes!

Tanya M

Monday 18th of November 2013

Thanks for sharing, love reading what all these bloggers had to say. Maybe the kids should be writing our blogs, they're naturally funnier than adults! :)


Monday 18th of November 2013

Dying! So funny! My favorite was the 'What kind of party? A Twitter party?' lol!

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