Because friends don't let Stacey sing.
ah! how they point out our flaws....you should teach him to say that you "vapored"
blame the cat
We're supposed to grow up?!Dang. That's bad news, seeing as I've been teaching Aidan the "as you're sliding into first and you feel a big burst" rhymes...oh, and "people think you're neater when you do it at the heater...diarrhea...."."You're sliding into home & your pants begin to foam..."I reckon it's our JOB to teach them appreciation for such things. ;) Especially since we're moms of boys.
At least your honest. Hubs referenced "barking spiders" in front of daughter, and she just didn't get it. Poor thing.
He's a boy. You're supposed to be that way about farts with him.
I had a friend who told his son that the noise was frogs under the couch. Every time my friend ripped one, his son would dive under the couch trying to find the frogs before they got away.He's now a sophomore in college and does not see the humor in this story. His friends, however, LOVE it.
i'm never growing up.a few weeks ago, i was in the bathroom stall at a local store with the diva and when finished peeing she said, "yah, mama!!! you pee-peed like a big girl. not poo-poo, but pee-pee! yah!!!" while clapping her little hands.i thought i would die.
(sniff) I'm so proud of you BB!They grow up so fast ...
Last night, Landon farted on our bed and said, "Do you smell that, Mom?--I farted!" I tried (operative word there) to be grown up and say nonchalantly, "Everyone does that--Its okay. And I don't smell it." He then turned around on the bed, stuck his butt in the air in my face and goes, "There. NOW do you smell it?" I had to leave the room but unfortunately not before he saw the smile on my face--Point for Landon. Cheeky monkey!
uncle walter taught me to blame barking spiders.. jessa and i still use that one in public.. confuses everyone.
Daughter was looking under the couch, all over the floor, etc. It was funny, in a sad sort of way.
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