The Wild Rumpus

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EOTW: Boobies For Christmas

This Embarrassment of the Week was actually more funny than it was embarrassing. But since a few people gave us the side eye, I figured it would qualify for this week’s entry.

On Tuesday, I took Sweet Pea to a doctor appointment with me. We were sitting in the waiting room, and she was happily chatting about her white ballerina bear, Princess Mary, and dramatically singing “For the First Time in Forever” from the movie Frozen.

It was beyond adorable. She wrapped her arms around my neck, and said, “Mommy, I love you SO much. We are BEST FRIENDS!” I melted, then scooped her up, gave her a big hug and told her the same things back.

Suddenly, she looked at my chest and said, “Mommy, your boobies are GIANT!”

I whispered to her that as you get older, all body parts usually get a little bigger.

Pointing to her own chest, she goes, “I have boobies, too. But my boobies are tiny.”

I told her that if she was patient, hers would grow a little bit later.

She thought for a few seconds and said, “Can I get boobies from Santa?”

Updated Christmas list: The purple Care Bear with lollipops, a doll house, boobies.

I didn’t have the heart to tell her it probably wasn’t going to be the breast Christmas ever.

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6 comments on “EOTW: Boobies For Christmas

  1. Casey Meyer Quiroga
    November 29, 2014

    I’ve asked Santa for boobies for years, and he just ignores my requests!

    Liked by 1 person

  2. donteatthecrayons
    November 29, 2014

    Can I ask Santa to shrink mine down a bit? This post was hilarious. 😀

    Liked by 1 person

    • Maisy Fernandez
      November 30, 2014

      Thanks! Kids are good for laughs, I tell you. I love the way their tiny minds work… most of the time.

      Like

  3. xoxolovedee
    December 10, 2014

    I love the things kids say. So innocent, she has no clue how hilarious she is. 👍

    Like

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