one of the top ten saddest sentences in the English language….

Delivered by your teary, lip-trembling three-year-old:

“Mom, I don’t feel well.”

And vying for number 1 is the following, delivered by the three-year-old, now crying with his head buried in your shoulder:

“Mommy, I really, really don’t feel well.”


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12 Responses to “one of the top ten saddest sentences in the English language….”

  1. ChiaLynn Says:

    Oh, no. I hope he’s feeling better soon!

  2. Brittany Says:

    aww hope he feels better soon!!

  3. Karen Says:

    Poor baby! I hope he feels better very soon.

  4. Kellan Says:

    Yep – those would be right at the top! Sorry the poor baby is sick and not feeling well – hope he’s feeling better soon. Take care.

  5. Christina Says:

    awww, poor baby! Will, get ready – lots of “feel better soon” vibes coming your way. Hugs!

  6. Stephanie Says:

    He speaks very proper English for a three-year-old. He doesn’t feel WELL, as opposed to not feeling GOOD. I’m impressed.

    Feel better, little one!

  7. Toonsis Says:

    Get Well Soon! : (

  8. FeeFiFoto Says:

    Corollary: One of the top ten most horrifying sentences when delivered at midnight, by your daughter’s sleeping-over friend, just before she throws up.

    Sorry your little guy is sick. Give him lots of cuddles.

  9. cdp Says:

    Sigh . . . sick children. In my opinion, one of the worstest feelings in the whole entire world. I sure hope he’s feeling better soon. I will send healing vibes your way!


  10. Princess Extraoridinaire Says:

    Awww – I am sorry and hope everything is better soon….

  11. Aimee Greeblemonkey Says:

    That always breaks my heart.

    When they are sick enough to admit it.

  12. Maya Says:

    That is the cutest thing ever…for him to be able to express that, not to be feeling bad of course!

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