Thursday, November 29, 2007

The Literal-Minded Three-Year-Old

Amy of Stories from the Red Tent shares a tale about her three-year-old daughter's fascination with pregnancy and birth, called You Can't BS a BSer. Warning: keep your coffee (and your sweet potatoes) away from your computer while you read this. LoneStarMa, I'm posting this story especially for you.

7 comments:

Amy said...

He He.

HipWriterMama said...

Too funny! All of my kids went through that stage. They put dolls and stuffed animals under their shirts.

Alkelda the Gleeful said...

I think I tried once putting a dolly under my shirt (when I was 4 years old, that is), but wasn't impressed. I got the stuffed animals to be pregnant instead. I remember when Dr. Monkey helped the rabbit give birth... to one baby rabbit. It was a miracle!

SevenImpossible said...

I echo the "hee hee."

Jules, 7-Imp

Lone Star Ma said...

Too cute. Thank you.

Cloudscome said...

You are giving out great links these days!

diana said...

I never even noticed pregnant women growing up. I was the last of four, so I never saw my mom pregnant.

My oldest was fascinated as well with babies and pregnancy, especially the outie belly button, which I loathed. She was half fascinated/half disgusted.