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you must pick up out of the bathroom window the dead buzzing insect you sprayed from 6 feet away as your shivering 5 year old little boy stands by with soap in his hair and sans pajamas.

If I'm brave enough to observe it maybe I'll get online and see if I can figure out if it was a wasp, a hornet, a big bumble bee...or I might just humor the kid and put him to bed...

Got any other funny "you know you're a mother of boys when" for me?? Then post them in a comment. It should get pretty funny!

5 comments:

My oldest two sons, age maybe 6 and 4 at the time, were outside playing...

Oldest son: EWWWW! Look, bird poop! Gross! Come smell it!

And younger brother does.

I submit to you a girl would NEVER, NOT EVER come smell poop!

June 16, 2008 at 11:09 AM  

that's too good!

I think moms of boys make this statement more often than moms of girls:

"Stop picking your nose and eating your boogers."

June 16, 2008 at 11:16 AM  

when you find Hot wheels cars in the fridge or Action figures frozen in a cup in the freezer!!

I have two sons... and many stories!

June 16, 2008 at 12:37 PM  

Boy moms must endure the celebration of otherwise ignored, shall we say, noisy bodily functions. When boys fart, they look at each other and say, "Wow! That was a good one!"

When I consider what a compatible daughter-in-law would be like someday, I think she should have brothers so she won't be shocked when the farts are celebrated.

June 16, 2008 at 1:04 PM  

Well, as the mom of 5 boys and 6, soon to be 7m, grandsons, my life has sort of been like living on the set of the Three Stooges.

When my oldest son was about 8, he decided that he would rolls dirty socks into balls and hurl them as his sister, hollaring "stink bomb" as they landed. This would make her really mad so she got even. One night when he was gone, she took his pillow case and rubbed in all over between her toes. He never knew but she has had held this secret delight for 20 years!

And I agree about girls with brothers being better able to cope in marriage. My daughter married a guy who is also one of 5 brothers with only one sister. She was prepared.

June 18, 2008 at 9:35 AM  

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