Monday Morning Parenthood Funny!



Wow! Oh wow!! My son walks in on me this morning as I’m changing, and he says, “Mommy you don’t have a pee-pee”. I say I do have a pee-pee, but girls just have different pee-pees than boys. So he literally pulls his pants down, whips his out and says, “Mom you don’t have this?!” I’m dying here…this is the part of parenthood where I really have no idea what I’m doing.

I don’t know at this point if I’m doing this whole thing right. He’s asked about how babies come out of mommies and how they get in there. I tell him, “God” put the baby in mommy and a doctor gets the baby out. He’s been happy with that answer for now…but these days I keep trying to get him out of the bathroom and instill in him some modesty and mommy’s need for privacy, but it’s really hard with a 15 month old running around that you need to keep an eye on. So private bathroom time comes sparsely.

Where’s the parenting manual for this??  My next fear, is that he’s gonna whip his thing out on the playground to some girl explaining the differences between boys and girls to her, and her mommy is going to look at me and think “What kind of parent are you!?”   ACK!!

Have you had any funny parenthood moments lately?


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15 thoughts on “Monday Morning Parenthood Funny!

  1. This post made me laugh as my littles are obsessed with talking about their parts. My son often talks about “our differences” in public…it is hard not too laugh!

  2. I used to embarrass my parents in restaurants by explaining that boys have penises and girls have vaginas. I learned all that from Look Who’s Talking (Too? possibly). It’s tough trying to find that balance between “don’t go waving your penis around” and “it’s nothing to be ashamed of”. My philosophy is to be as honest as possible. << This hand book gives advice on how to talk to your kids about sex in age appropriate stages. It might help 🙂

  3. Ha ha, I think no matter what you call it, the discussion of these parts at the dinner table or in public places, is still something kids will gravitate toward. I realize my preschooler is into this stage where he likes to discuss body parts, now its just getting him to understand there is a time and place.

  4. Most parents do! Sex seems like a very grow up thing to talk about with our children, but it’s a need to know to keep them safe and ensure they have a healthy and fulfilling sex life in the future.

  5. When you figure that out, please let me know. We taught, no I taught (sigh) my son at 3 and two years later he still is happy to spout the word at the MOST inopportune times. Thankfully though, not at school (knock on wood).

  6. Hilarious! We are at that age and we are lucky enough for them to be looking but not asking. I know that we need to go over it but this is the part that you don’t look forward to….what if I get it wrong?!? Oh well…I guess we all turned out okay and were taugt differently so to each her own…right?!? Thanks for sharing at

  7. I love when Dads try to run away from the situation and put it all on mommy. Too funny. I Like that you added “With Dad’s help. So its not exactly a lie. 😉 Too cute. Thankfully over here just the “God put baby in mommy’s tummy” answer has not been challenged yet. Thank God!

  8. When I was pregnant with my second child my oldest one asked me how the baby got in my stomach. My husband and I looked at each other and in the helpful way dad’s have he said, “I’ll let you handle this one.” I didn’t know what I was going to say, then my daughter piped up and asked, “Did God do it like with Mary and baby Jesus?” I said, “Yes, with Dad’s help.” (I didn’t want to be put in the same category as Mary) Thank goodness there were no more questions. I thought I got off kind of easy.

  9. Yeah, I think that 11 year old needs some new guidance, these days 11 year olds are getting their period, so she’d definitely need to be “re-informed”. With my son, he likes to tell other people how things are done, so to keep him blabbing about what sex is, I think maybe we’ll wait just a bit longer, but I do agree with you, I think when kids really know what is going on, they are less willing to just jump in and do something without thinking. Although my son tries to be a little adult all the time! LOL.

  10. I would just answer all his questions honestly no matter what they are and with only as much information that he needs to be satisfied. I told all of my children about sex and how babies where made, etc when they were 5 because I wanted to make sure they all had the right information from me that was right and not what their friend at church, down the street, in school whatever told them. Parents need to keep these things open because now that these same boys are teenagers it makes them easier to talk to about these things. Also I had one of my daughters 11 year old friends ask me the other day if tampons were to keep you from having babies. Parents need to make sure they are talking to their kids!

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