My 4 year old grandson, at Daycare went to restroom at same time as a 4 year old Jewish friend. As they stood side by side draining their lizzards, he said to his friend, "Your lizzard looks different, why?" His friend explained that he had been circumcised the day he was born and went into minute details about the procedure. "Gosh, did it hurt terribly?', said my grandson. His friend replied, "Did it ever..I couldn't walk for a year."
My 8 year old son was sound asleep in a recliner snoring. out of no where we spotted the spider on a web directly in front of mike. Every time mike would inhale the spider was sucked toward mike then when he exhaled he blew the spider away. this went on for about 3 minutes, my husband and I were laughing and watching. All of a sudden Mike took a deep breath and the spider went into mikes mouth, mike swallowed the spider and started choking. We were laughing so hard that it woke him up. We told Mike what had happened and he started crying and he ran into the bathroom and gargled and brushed his teeth, several times. To this day he remembers and always gives us dirty looks about it.
When my older brother Danny was about 10 or so , he had one of those black tape recorders we all had in the 80's. We used to record our selves singing or talking ...whatever, anyway one day my mom was in his room cleaning and she hit the play button, thinking she may be entertained with music or something while she worked. Out of no-where she begins to hear in low whispers "sh%t....G&@ Da$mnit.....son of a -----. and this went on and on until he had emptied his dirty word vocabulary. Im pretty sure Danny got a spanking, haha!
I recently took my 3 year old daughter with me to my 12 month old son's 1 year checkup. We have been going to this pediatrician since my daughter was born. He is a wonderful man and knows our family well. During the appointment as usual, he was interacting with my 3 year old asking her developmental questions, "what's on the counter", "what's under the chair", etc. Then the question that started it all came......
Doctor: "Are you boy or a girl?"
Daughter: "I'm a girl. My brother is a boy and he has a penis."
The doctor paused for a minute but answered before I had a chance to intervene.
Doctor: "Yes I do, I am also a boy."
As if the exchange wasn't embarrassing enough at this point, my daughter had to top the cake with a final question:
Daughter: "Is it a big one?"
I just about died of embarrassment, but had to hold my laughter back at the same time. I don't know what prompts kids to say these things!? I can only imagine she assumed since the doctor was a "big boy"?
It's been a very rough week--my 15-year-old has been acting like he's 2, bills are due and the money is gone and then my son sprained his wrist yesterday so we spent 2 hours in the emergency room. HELP!! Thank you for the giveaway!