See this adorable little kid. She has a potty mouth.
My middle child has so far proved to be most fluent in the correct usage of the word. In a visit to Bunnings awhile back she loudly declared in the shopping queue (after a women on the loudspeaker had finished telling shoppers about a special on hammers in aisle four): "When is this fucking woman going to shut up?". Let's just say she no longer swears in public.
Anyway, our 2.5yo is still to get a firm grasp on the wonderful world of consequences and is dropping swear words at a rapid rate. I am quick to pounce on her smutty language, but even more so when it threatens to get me into trouble.
You see, my husband had asked me a silly question and I'd responded with a muffled: "Fuck you" under my breathe only to be met with a loud echo from the lips of my toddler. She ran through the house repeating it over and over. I was sprung. She was grinning from ear to ear. I realised then and there that I must be more careful to check before I engage in playful banter with Twiggy because I tell you what my statement could've been a whole lot more saucy. And that would've been really awkward.
Have you had any embarrassing swearing moments?