Tuesday, 14 April 2009

Conversations with the 3 year old ...

... are so much simpler than conversations with the 4 year old.

Yesterday I was getting dressed. The 3 year old was sat on my bed.

3 year old - "What are they for?"

Me - "What?"

3 year old - "Your boobies"

Me - "When you were a baby they gave you milk"

3 year old - "Do I have eyeballs in my head?"

Me - "Yes, you have two"

... and with that he went about his business.

The same conversation with the 4 year old would have gone on for half an hour and she would have waited until we were in public before saying the word 'BOOBIES' really loud. By the end of my interrogation I would have needed a lie down and/or a large glass of wine.

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In other news

- More Than A Mother is hosting this weeks Mummy Bloggers carnival, go take a look.
- I will be reporting about whether I won the egg roll on Sunday tomorrow
- Stealth Boy has not been active since Friday

10 comments:

Ruggy13 said...

hahahah I love your 3 year old!

Gaston Studio said...

LOVE his second question! Don't you just love toddlers when they ask these questions?

Merrily Down the Stream said...

Mmmmm...priceless.

Corey Schwartz said...

Ha! Boobies are a hot topic at our house.

ModernMom said...

So true. Mine save all the "good" questions for the grocery store.

Kelloggsville said...

My daughter used to save the best questions for the supermarket checkout queue, the library or any other place where lots of adults will be avidly listening to hear your response. And guess what : they get more obscure/embarassing dependent on audience entertainment value! i.e. "why does that women have a moustache?" or worse "why have you got a beard mummy?"!!!!

rosiescribble said...

I'm sur his time will come when he asks ackward questions in public!!

Mommy (That's my name, don't wear it out.) said...

Oh my gosh!! This is SO funny and you are so right!

Thanks for the follow! Love your blog!

Amy @ Milk Breath and Margaritas said...

I love the randomness - that age is fascinating and hilarious!

butterflyshoes said...

Genius! Kids are good entertainment!