We have all been there, embarrassed by what your cute, little, big mouth decides to share in public. Some of the things my kids have blurted out can make a nun blush. Kids are so very honest and I absolutely adore that. I guess all you can do is laugh.
The infamous truth telling and true questions?
Why are your teeth messed up?
Are you a girl or a boy?
Why is your belly so big?
What’s that on your face? *huge mole*
Mommy why is that lady wearing that? *pointing out bigger lady in shorts unbuttoned and belly shirt*
See mommy you can wear you pajamas to Wal-Mart. *loudly pointing out lady in pjs*
Mommy you buy a lot of beer.
My dog died. Well actually my grandpa shot him. *8yr old in the check out line.* The horrified look on the checkers face was priceless
Your legs are pokey. *while rubbing hand down my 2 weeks unshaved legs*
Mommy you have big boobies.
Mommy what is that? *pointing at my hoo-ha* I seriously wanted to reply that it was a cat (lack of time to shave) but then thought what if she wanted to pet it.
Mom, mommy, ma!*as loud as they can say it* I need to poop. Or I just farted.
Mom it stinks in here. *in the restroom*
*Still in the restroom laughing* haha mommy did you just hear that?? mom someone just farted!
Are you pooping? *yup still in restroom*
My dog always poops in the house. And my mommy gets mad at him. *telling bank teller and so kindly drew a picture of it at school for a journal entry*
My mom just had a baby. She pushed it right out her butt. *lady behind us in checkout line*
Yes, all of these things have been said. No, it doesn’t surprise me one bit. My children are very observant and honest, and in turn I have a great sense of humor.
Feel free to share some of your experiences of what your child has said.
Until next time, Cheers Bitches.