Things I never thought I’d say to my kids: 04/16/2012

Things I never thought I’d say to my kids: 04/16/2012

This is one of those conversations I never expected to have with any of my kids.  It went as follows:

Elliott: Daddy,  where is the hand sanitizer?

Me: It’s in the kitchen Elliott,  are you okay?

Elliott: No,  actually I’m not.

Me: Elliott,  what’s wrong?

Elliott: When I was picking Bella up,  I accidentally touched her penis.

Me: Umm.  Elliott,  Bella doesn’t have a penis.

Elliott: Well,  what is that pointy thing?

Me: That is called a vagina.  Realizing where this conversation was going I channeled my inner Kindergarten Cop and said Boys have a penis and girls have a vagina.

I think I’m going to go hide now. That is enough of that kind of talk for one day,  or really a lifetime.  🙂

**Thanks for reading**

       -Lost and Tired

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HAHAHA Love it! When I brought our daughter Aeryn home the boys freaked out when her umbilical stump fell off. Alec yelled "You broke her Penis!" I thought I was going to die. Then he referred to her parts as her "Buttgina" 🙂

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