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Friday, August 29, 2008

And This Is What We're Dealing With . . .

Spe: Momma, I don't really like your boobs.

Me: Really? Why not? (Because I'm thinking he probably hasn't noticed that gravity has not been a friend to me, as he is only three.)

Spe: (Sadly) Because I can't touch them.

Me: (Firmly) That's right. You can't.

I'm guessing when he grows up, he'll really love women with . . . long legs (people, people!). Or just women who let him touch their boobs. Either way . . .

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Still waiting for my 3YO to get that message.

The Rookie said...

It starts so young.

My sister's son (when he was three) informed her he liked her boobs because they were "shiny and jiggly."

Ah...men!

Jill said...

At least he understands that. Last week my three year old looked at mine and said "What those are?" and then poked them.

Repeatedly.

I tried to explain that he shouldn't do that, but he really thought he should.
Oh, did I mention that when this happened we were standing in the check out line at the grocery store?

I guess I should be proud that my children provide so much entertainment for so many people.

Carol said...

Reason #3521 why having been blessed with no boobs is useful.

Queen Elizabeth said...

That is hilarious. My 3yr old thinks they are a handle --- especially effective to get my attention.

Thing 1 said...

Bwah-hahahahahahahaha! chuckle chuckle, snort!

Thats funny.

Heather of the EO said...

Ah, boys and boobies. What's the deal? :)
My 3 yr. old has affectionately coined mine, "the boobers."
I did not suggest this as a fun pet name for my girl parts. He did this all on his own. I swear.
I sucked up to you today over on the EO. Because you rock the party.

Minnesota Matron said...

When one of my sons was four, he walked up to me and said in THE most matter of fact voice possible: "Mama? Can I see your vagina?"

The answer was no. But at least he had the gumption to ask. . . .

Claire said...

We call boobs "Pom Poms" in our house. And mine are prodded way too much for my liking.

Maybe if Fabio were doing the prodding....

Jen said...

At least the ladies will know how men really are. I didn't realize that even nice guys love them so much until I got married. Whoa Nellie.

MoziEsmé said...

LOL!

Jen said...

LOVING this post (but also a little scared :)!