Thursday, July 29, 2010

Not Exactly the Same Thing...


This morning Maggie observed while I changed the boys' diapers. She asked about one of the twins' boy equipment, pointing to it and saying "What's that?" 

I told her what it was and explained that girls don't have them, only boys. She seemed slightly amused by that and said, "You're silly, Mommy! Girls have peanuts! I have some--they're in my tummy from yesterday!"

That's the last time I teach anatomy to a three year old.

7 comments:

K said...

When I was her age and had my brother hanging around, I remember being very concerned that his umbilical cord had fallen off- but that other thing hadn't yet. I knew there was something essentially wrong about men.

LL said...

SO FUNNY!!!
when I was little, my sister called them "pea pods"
So wrong. Yet, I LOVE how little kids think.

Sharlyn said...

Hee hee love it!!

EmmaP said...

silly rabbit! tricks are for kids!

bwahahahaha!

jww said...

LOL She's not the first girl to think boys look weird. Yoko Ono had a good quote. Ask me later. :)

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the fellers said...

that is so funny, Scoty interpreted how I said it as, "pee stuff" haha

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