Monday, September 28, 2009

Body Talk with the DD

After getting out of the pool this morning, I showered the DD and then I showered. When I got out of the shower the two of them were waiting for me.

Katie: "Wow Mommy, your boobies are really wobbly!"

Me: "Thanks honey!" *SNORT* I don't remember Justin saying that, but of course it was over 20 years ago!

Ethan: "Yeah, they are wobbly!" as he laughs hysterically!

Well, these wobbly boobies of mine really can't be too bad because the next thing I heard was...

Katie: "Well, I sure don't want a Penis but I want boobies just like yours!...When am I going to get them?"

Me: "Not for a long time honey, you have to be a really big girl to get them."

She looked really disappointed to hear that news and I was really happy to hear that as wobbly as my boobies seem to be, that she still wants them.

Thanks Katie Starr, you made your old Mama's day!


Vivian M said...

I love these stories!

TK said...

My 5 year old wants some like mine too. She cries because she doesn't have breasts like mine. I hate to tell her that I doubt they make them on her type of body like mine. I need a crane to hold mine up! LOL
At least they like our boobies!

Love Letters To China said...

OMG that it too funny! Only out of the mouths of babes.

Tammie said...

Erin likens mine to big, comfy pillows.

Gail said...

Omg..I am laughing so hard! Grace DOESN'T want boobs someday and Will is fascinated with mine...he giggles if he sees them. Sometimes he'll say out in public, 'you have boobies Mommy!'

Candy said...

Oh my, don't you just love what comes out of their mouths?

I was asked what those things hanging down are one day. I told her, and that was the end of the conversation.

I've never called them boobies, but breasts and for some reason the other day, Rachel pointed to them and said boobies. Maybe she's hearing that at school.

Can't wait for all the important questions to start.

I can just hear Ethan laughing, too funny.

Katie is a smart little girl.

Donna said...

Totally cracks me up!

My girls tell me that my "boo boos" (what they call 'em) are "fluffy".

Yeah, could be worse. They could say they're "flat"!

We take whatever compliments we can get, huh.


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