Thursday, March 6, 2008

Girl, You'll Be A Woman Soon

"What are you doing?!" Mrs F says a little agitated as Kid slowly descends the stairs a good five minutes after I told her to put her boots and coat on.

"How do you know I'm not growing?" Kid calmly responds.

What the hell? What does that mean?
I had no idea what she was talking about
and then
my eyes
drifted
down
to the bulges
coming from
the top of her dress...
Oh... growing... I get it. I did a surprisingly good job of not completely falling apart in hyseterics.

The Falsies:
I must say that when these pottery sponges fell out of her dress I was more than a little impressed. They are perfect fake boobs and I can appreciate the quick thinking involved to discern that at such a young age!

27 comments:

Heather said...

So. Freaking. Hilarious.

Dinah Soar said...

That is hilarious!!! She is such a cutie.

Marie said...

How HYSTERICAL! I don't know if I could have contained myself! She is going to be a character when she get older! (and I mean that in a very good way!)

Marie said...

(btw, hijacking your blog to say that last night I did a 10 incline!! Yay me!! (btw, 10 is the max on my treadmill))

Ok, back to the hilarious kid!

Julie said...

That is hilarious....

Adam said...

Oh man, that's funny.

Anonymous said...

Aw! How cute! You wonder what goes through their minds.

I'll never forget when my son came downstairs with one of my girly pads claiming that the sticky stuff was on the wrong side of the band-aid!

Jennifer

Preppy Mama said...

That is truly hilarious!! I am still laughing. Very cute!

Robin said...

Too funny! Kids just crack me up.

Torey said...

Awww. . .what a cutie!!

Jennifer said...

Just testing to see if I can figure this signing in thing out ..

Tiffany said...

Thanks for your comment on my blog about brestfeeding. I am really working with the little one to get her to eat more at one feeding on one side. Yes, I also deal with her screaming while eating. I think it is getting better. I purchased some "gripe water" and that seems to be helping as well. Yesterday evening she was not as fussy as she has been. thanks for all of the advice.

Mrs. Furious said...

Hey guys,
I'm glad you all got a laugh :)





Tiffany,
I do know what you are going through and I would actually cry after feedings with Baby they were so stressful :( But it got better. I started then with feeding just on one side and a year later that is just how we do it... no issues in that area. And holding her in the "cowboy" position (kind of like straddling your leg facing you in a sitting position) REALLY, REALLY helped with the screaming and pulling off. But mostly time does help and it will go away. Good luck

katieo said...

oh my gosh-I just laughed so hard.

Cara said...

hahhahaha. I laughed out loud, literally. hahahhahaha. your daughter is freaking adorable!!

E. Broderick Photography said...

Oh, that's a good one. Your title is perfect. (Of course, now I can't get that song out of my head!) Jennifer's comment about her pad reminded me of what Finn said when he spied a tampon lying around. "Ooh--is that a popsicle?!

Katy said...

Too flippin funny....

Mr Furious said...

Oh, God, she is too much...

Great title, btw. Now I know why you were singing that last night...

Deb said...

I have no idea how you kept it together.

Amy said...

that's hysterical! i used to use lemons!

shelley said...

Love her little pose...and her calmness! My girls like to use golf balls and tangerines, but they are way more obviously fake! They always get a tickle about getting the required parental reaction! Funny kids.

emmyjw said...

Oh that is so classic- you can definately use the photo evidence for future bribery ;) The pose is great too, that girl is going places.

Kid Art said...

That is awesome. SO hilarious!!!!

ashley said...

Ahh, you make me laugh out loud!

Kiki said...

I couldn't wait all day to see this post...and it was definitely worth the hype and the wait...so flipping funny!!!

Mrs. Furious said...

Kiki,
I'm glad it was worth the wait ;)

I've got something funny on tap for tomorrow night too!

Splaneyo said...

That is too funny. I too have always wanted them, but I never got them... Remember the Legg eggs? I think I was about Kid's age when I too needed a bra thanks to those eggs. There is a girl in Owen's preschool that does some sort of origami with a pair of underpants and makes herself a "bwa". Too funny!
Heather

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