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I am about 30lbs over my ideal weight. I don't talk about weight around my kids but my 5.5 yo is very aware of health and has asked me if I'm healthy because of my big belly. We talk about how every is made differently and that mommy is exercising and working on being as healthy as I can be.

So, were sitting around at a family gathering - tons of people around and the TV is on. There is a commercial for Slim Fast and my DD yells in a really loud voice "Mommy!!!! You need to drink this shake to get rid of your big belly!!!" Nice....
They do love to push those buttons, don't they? We had a contractor here to bid our basement job a couple of weeks ago and I told ds3 that this was the guy who was going to put walls up and nice soft carpet to sit and play on. And he says, "Will it be as soft as your tummy?" :
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"Mommy your pee pee is hairy. I can see it, right there." This was in a public restroom.
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ds3 shouts out with eyes as big as saucers in a voice that did not match his tiny body,
"MOM!! *gasp* Why did your ba-gina get SOOOO big when she put her that thing in there?!?!?!?"

OMG. Thought I would die. I told him we'd talk all about it when we got to the car. The OB was trying her hardest not to crack up.
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I say, quietly, "that's my vulva, use an indoor voice please"

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Old yet hilarious thread
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I haven't had a chance to read all the threads, but I read enough to see some similar to this. For me it has to be, hands down, the time we were on an overnight train and there was an African American family sitting in front of us. They had a child about my oldest's age (about 2 at the time) and an older son about 8-9. My son was playing with them and we were all having a nice time. Then their older son fell asleep. MY son looks at him and announces, in a voice all could hear, "monkey sleeping." Needless to say all conversation stopped after that!
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I haven't had a chance to read all the threads, but I read enough to see some similar to this. For me it has to be, hands down, the time we were on an overnight train and there was an African American family sitting in front of us. They had a child about my oldest's age (about 2 at the time) and an older son about 8-9. My son was playing with them and we were all having a nice time. Then their older son fell asleep. MY son looks at him and announces, in a voice all could hear, "monkey sleeping." Needless to say all conversation stopped after that!
Oh my gosh!
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A boy in my son's kindergarten class was "star student" and had to get in front of the class to talk about some of his favorite things. This boy couldn't say the "K" sound and substituted the "T" sound for "K".

He told the kids he had recently visited his grandma and that she had new "titties." And he LOVES cuddling her "titties"... they're so soft and sweet. All the adults in the classroom were cracking up while also being slightly horrified. The kids knew exactly what he was talking about!-- (Kitties.)
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Ok, this happened just a few weeks ago.

DD, 6 yrs old, is very into barbies and princesses and has several of various "skin tones" to play with, as well as MANY friends w/ darker skin than we have (We're a white family.). We don't make a thing out of it, we don't care. You know?

We were at a funeral for an acquaintance and had all 3 kids in tow. This acquaintance was a black woman. So we're sitting there in this very quiet room waiting for the funeral to begin and dd kind of loudly whispers, "Mom, why are there so many BLACK ppl here?"

We were sitting in a row w/ a black person, sitting behind a row of black ppl, sitting in front of a black couple...

I wanted to crawl under the chair. :
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A few months back my 4.5 yo got laryngitis. She went around telling everyone she had lara-my-gina.
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“Sh%&!”, I exclaimed, one day after dropping something on my foot in Walmart. Kyllian was quick to point out my naughtiness. Over and over and over again.

“Mommy, you shouldn’t say sh%&. Sh%& is a bad word. It isn’t nice to say sh%&. Instead of sh%& you should say Tarter Sauce because sh%& is a bad word. Don’t say sh%& anymore. Sh%& isn’t nice to say.”

“Okay, Kyllian,” I responded while half the store looked at us in amazement. “I won’t say that anymore but you shouldn’t say it either.”

“But, Mommy,” he replied, “I didn’t say sh%&. You said sh%& and that’s bad!”
This reminds me of a game one of my friends invented when we were in college: In a public place, you say to your companion, "Did you just say 'penis'?" (It doesn't matter if he did say "penis", said something that sounds like it, said something completely different, or hadn't spoken for the past hour--this is how you start the game.) Your companion says, slightly louder, "No, I didn't say 'penis'; you're the one who said 'penis'." You say, a little louder than that, "I did not say 'penis'; I distinctly heard YOU say 'penis'!" And so on. First person to be too embarrassed to say it louder is the loser.

I hadn't thought of this game in a long time until we went to a reunion of our college social club last weekend. Another friend had brought her 4-year-old daughter, who during lunch announced in a slightly-too-loud voice, "Mmmm, I just love peanuts!" Her mom whipped around from another conversation to say to the inventor of the above game, "DON'T. START."


My son has done very few really embarrassing things so far...except to request "the story of The Three Ladies and the Boss" in public places; that's the plot of the movie 9 to 5, of which he happened to see a few minutes on TV that so intrigued him that he demanded the whole story. He thinks it is a folktale akin to "The Three Bears". Imagine the looks I get when people on a crowded bus overhear me telling my sweet little child a tale of stealing a dead body from a hospital!
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