Sunday, December 18, 2011

topics for his therapist

 

 

You know… it doesn’t matter when life slaps upside your head.  Because LIFE still happens.

 

Those crazy moments where your kid wraps a random item (soccer field cone) and puts with the stuff you just wrapped… and you can’t.tell.the.difference and you realize that you are going to have to open it all up because your wrapping skills suck that bad.

 

Let’s just pretend he’s that good, k?

 

Or when you count how many times your husband has unintentionally injured you in the last 24 hours (FOUR), and it cracks.you.the.heck.up.  (That post to follow).

 

Those random hilarious moments?  Yeeeahhh.  I already assume that once Itty Bit finds this blog, we’ll be in for some hefty therapy bills.

 

Mr. Daddy put some tiny plaid boxers on the little guy today.  And totally missed the whole “welcome to manhood” initiation speech.

So this is what I got.  At Walmart, no less.

 

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He simply could not believe what his Momma was telling him.

 

But Mommy… there’s a HOLE in my underwears!

 

(Hallelujah, he has finally stopped calling them panties – no thanks to all his little girl cousins!)

 

 

But when he truly realized his red-faced parent was not kidding him…

 

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I died a thousand deaths.

 

And so did the three poor ladies who were apparently not hearing-impaired.  I am sorry that our conversation interrupted you mid-stream.

 

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I did not feel one bit guilty over the spontaneous awkwardness that ensued when Itty Bit came home and yelled,

Hey Daddy!  Look at THIS!

 

 

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And because I couldn’t leave all of you out from the loveliness I found on the Walmart website today… for your listening and viewing trauma pleasure (you’re welcome PamD):

 

22 comments:

Pam Bowers said...

So who do you think will let it slip eventually that Itty Bit is featured prominently on this here blog? You? or Mr Daddy? Until that accidental slip up happens keep the funny stories coming!

I can't believe someone took the time to photoshop a video of a yodeling cat. Pretty funny though. I might even watch it one more time before departing.

Janie Fox said...

If I could sleep this cat would haunt me. Oh, and just be glad he wears underwear!hA

angel shrout said...

Odd my boys have insisted on boxers since they were big enough to pick them out. I think it has something to do with watching Jeff Foxworthy when they were younger and hearing him talk about his mom picking on him about them. As a fellow boy mom I would have just cracked up.
The cat is kinda sorta addictive.. yeah I like him.

Sara @ Domestically Challenged said...

The cat thing? Creeped me out! Now, your son and his boxers? That was awesome! I can just imagine the tone of his voice!

TIFFANY said...

I had a similar conversation with my daughter about why her hunting cammo overalls had a zipper. I can still see the look on her face when she said "OOOOOOOOOOOHHHHH!"

Bethany said...

CREEPY! There should've been a disclaimer on that video. Fits right in with your therapy theme.

Itty is too funny! He has some of the best faces I've seen.

Nezzy said...

Girl, I have to admit, I wasn't traumatized 'till the Yodelin' Cat got into my head.

Whew...I may never be the same!!!

Heehehehee!

God bless ya and have a marvelous Christmas, plaid boxer and all!!! :o)

Great!!!!

Mom of M&Ms said...

OH My Goodness to be at Walmart the same tome as you and Itty.. ROLLING ON THE FLOOR

Pam D said...

Hahaa! I TRIED to get Adam to wear boxer briefs for years, but he LOVED his tighty whiteys. Until middle school, and P.E. Yeah.. within a week, he was all over the boxer briefs. But I can't EVEN remember when he figured out the reason they're made the way they are. O_o Maybe daddy handled that one without me even knowing.
And thank you. SO much. I had almost gotten that dang cat out of my memory bank.

Tamar SB said...

Oh my goodness, a whole in his underwear! He is just so funny!!

Lexie Loo, Lily Boo, and Dylan Too! said...

I love Itty Bit!
That cat video though? Not so much. I'm just a bit disturbed by it!

Foursons said...

At least the hole was in the right end of his underwear! Nolan had a hole in the backside of a NEW pair and I told him he must have blown a hole right through them emitting noxious fumes. He thought that was HILARIOUS!

stephanie said...

bahahha I'd have been impressed with that revelation too :) I don't think I could be a momma to a little boy- I wouldn't know what to do with him! and my poor husband has to suffer my asking if he needs new panties ;)

HeatherOz said...

Oh my gosh! They always pick the best moments to share! I am laughing the hardest at him calling underwear "panties."
LOL!!!!!

Shana said...

Heehee, Love it. I will have to message you Blaze's new discovery. It is of a private nature and I don't know if others would be offended :) But seriously, that face is precious. I can just imagine him in person cracking me up. And really? The freaky cat is too much lol. Weird. Who thinks this stuff up anyway??

Anonymous said...

Hey, I remember the day he realized he could actually AIM his plumbing! And now, another glorious revelation! Every day is filled with wonderful things to discover!

Emmy said...

Why do they always figure those things out in public? Too funny.

Susan said...

Where to begin...? Kids ALWAYS save their embarrassing questions for the middle of some heavily populated store. Just be glad it didn't involve a question about one of the other shoppers—those are harder to handle. Itty Bit is hilarious!

On to the cat......I didn't know whether to laugh or cry, but like some of the others, I'm now afraid of what I will revisit in my dreams....a yodeling cat truly makes the brain fight to keep associated synapses from forming.

Tiffany Bleger said...

I love your son. He adds so much testosterone pleasure to my estrogen-rich life.

Julie said...

hehe! Boys are fun. :) Merry Christmas. <3

robin said...

Oh,that is TOO funny!!! My kiddo hasn't had any boxers yet so we haven't had that conversation yet, lol! Can't wait...

Angie Vik said...

Oh my word-That is too funny. Motherhood doesn't come with an instruction manual. You never quite know when an embarrassing moment will rear it's head. Having six daughters we didn't have those kinds of discussions. Maybe my husband explained it to my son because I don't remember any conversations along that line. Having girl cousins, I suppose, are probably similar to having sisters.

Thanks for sharing your steady stream of funny stories.