The topic tomorrow is “what does your child do that you know you shouldn’t laugh at (because it’s inappropriate or rude, etc.), but you can’t help it?” Leave a comment below or go to our facebook page and join the discussion. Let’s show Charlotte how Smarty you are! Your comment may be the one read on air with Matt & Ramona! Even better, call in on Monday!
Here’s my answer. I have the cutest, petite-est, ballerina for a daughter. You’d think she would be dainty, girly, fancy – from the outside, you’d think she was all GIRL. In reality, she’s just like one of the boys who is OBSESSED with bodily functions, particularly tooting, ok, FARTING. It pains me to type this about my girl! Since she was a toddler, she was the first in any conversation to talk about poop, toots & farts. Uggh, it’s gross to even type that word. But every time that cute little thing talks about it at the most inappropriate times like church, Nordstrom’s, or anywhere that suits her fancy, her laugh is so infectious that you just have to go along with it. Her most recent was she was picking out a birthday present for her bestie who is also a girly-girl who isn’t afraid to toot, she found the funniest present ever in her mind. It was a rubber brain and when you squeezed it, a big fart came out – yup, it was a rubber brain fart. That was the only thing she wanted to buy for the dance party birthday. Mom put the kabash on that and we brought a cute fluffy stuffed puppy instead. Enough with the potty talk, let’s talk about something more girly, like shoes.
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She crosses her eyes. I know I shouldn’t, but I do. I laugh EVERY SINGLE time she puts her big brown eyes together. A few times it has brought me to tears from laughing out loud.
My 5 year old son does a stick it out and shake your booty dance, sometimes with a booty slap, all the time. In the grocery store, walking down the street, you name it. I don’t know where he learned it and I tell him all the time it is inappropriate but it is soooo funny!
My kindergartener is desperately learning how to read. She is consistantly reciting things like, “A is for apple”, “Dancing Dinosaur, Dancing Dionsaur, Da Da Da”, and so on. Last week at church during the sermon she spelled out G – O – -D and says to me, “Mom, does G-O-D spell God?” Yes it does I whispered and give her the look to be quiet. She then looks up and says, “God, I learned how to spell your name!” I laughed, but she was dead serious and did not appreciate giggles at her accomplishment.
My little angel is a bit of a stripper. She will decide clothes are a bother at the srangest times. Last two encounters were stride rite in the mall and she has also stripped at school. The teachers finally got sick of putting her clothes back on. I laugh and I know I shouldn’t, but she is just 22 months old.