Thursday, June 19, 2008

The Nipple Conversation

So, Lex just took off his jammies and said, "This hurts when I rub it." I looked over and he was rubbing his little nipple. I said, "Oh, that's your nipple. I wonder why it hurts? Come here and let me look at it." So he comes over and I make sure everything is in place, without leprosy or cancer or anything of that nature. It all looks fine so I tell him so. He then informs me that boys have nipples and women have boobs. So I say, "No, actually women and men both have nipples, women just get boobs with theirs." Am I really having this conversation? So Lex says, "I wish ..." (pause) I'm thinking, Oh here it comes. My 5-year-old is going to say the same thing his dad says. Something to the effect of how he wished he had boobs too .... But instead he says, "I wish my nipples were as big as Dad's. He has BIG nipples. Maybe when I'm a teenager ...." I guess he could aspire for worse things?


Anonymous said...

LOL...I love Lex.

Brent and Amy said...

And so it begins....Give it a year and that will soon change.

Kayla said...

ha ha that was great! so I found your blog, i didnt realize that you had one:)) now we wont have to have our 4 hour phone conversations to make up for quite as much time between visits.

Ryan & PJ Olson said...

It seems like yesterday you were explaining these things to me, now you are telling your own kids... :) lol!

The Richins Family said...

okay this is a very funny story! i laughed through the whole thing, thinking for sure the same as you did. HAHA! hilarious!

"The things that are hard to bear, are sweet to remember."

~Lucious Annaeus Seneca

"Twenty years from now you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn't do than by the ones you did do. So throw off the bowlines. Sail away from the safe harbor. Catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore. Dream. Discover."

~Mark Twain