Madly In Love
In the car, we listen to an Oldies station like Lawrence Welk, Johnny Mathis, Andrews Sisters type of Oldies station.
One of my favorite songs of all time ("Fever" by Peggy Lee) came on and Diva and I starting singing along right away.
In the middle of the song Diva asked, "Does Daddy give you fever?" Yes, yes he does, but we don't need to go into that at your tender age and besides, it will scar you for life when you are older and think back on this moment.
I simply answered, "Yes," in between verses.
Then she asked, "Will my husband give me fever?" Yes, I should hope so, but now I'm the one who's going to be scarred for life thinking of my little girl in that manner so can we stop all of this uncomfortable talk and just sing?
I again responded, "Yes," and kept singing.
After we finished singing the song she asked the question, "Is it a lovely way to burn?" Yes my darling it is and we need to stop talking about this before Momma has a wreck or is a wreck, either way, wrecks are bad.
I smiled and went for the hat trick, "Yes," and was thankful that "Baby Elephant Walk" was next on the line-up.
1-4-3 DM for making my days interesting.
Can't. stop. giggling. Thanks for that!ReplyDelete
She is a funny little girl. :)Delete
ROFL You need to teach her your " no banks or bedrooms" talk. heheheheheReplyDelete
Thanks, I think she's pretty cute too. :)Delete
I read this at work - had to refrain from laughing out loud!!! (SK)ReplyDelete
That's okay, you can laugh out loud...just make sure you don't have a mouthful of coffee when you do. :)Delete
Me too. :)Delete
Sweet. Don't little girls have a talent for leading us into great and awkward conversation?ReplyDelete
Always Ms. Nicole...always! :) Thanks for stopping by!Delete
HAHAH that's hilarious. What a doll. My big girl is also asking such questions. They grow up way too fast!ReplyDelete
Yes they do Ms. Jennifer. Yes they do.Delete
So sweet! You totally lucked out that the Elephant Walk came on next!ReplyDelete
Oh my word! Yes I did! :)Delete
Lol that's so cute :) I definitely am not ready to think of my son in that light - I'm not ready for puberty so for now I enjoy how much he loves Super Smash Brothers and all things nintendo. :) Have a great one Julie! -IvaReplyDelete
I'm not sure anyone is prepared Ms. Iva. I think it hits all parents like a ton of bricks. ;)Delete
That is hilarious! You know since it wasn't me. I've had to change the radio station fast a few times with my little ones in the car. I just don't want to explain things yet.ReplyDelete
Over from SITS!
That's why I keep it on the oldies station - so I DON'T have to answer questions then they go and play something like "Fever." :) Dear, oh dear...Delete
Don't you just love the naivety of children and how humorous it is to us Big People! happy SITS day ;)ReplyDelete
Equally love it and am terrified by it. ;)Delete
What a sweet conversation. I tease my kids that kissing is gross and they like to remind me that I kiss Daddy all the time. That gives them even more giggles! :)ReplyDelete
Hmmmm....I wonder how long you could keep that kissing is gross thing going? Maybe until they are married? ;)Delete
So funny! LOVE hearing cute little things kids say. Happy SITS Day. I'm following you on Bloglovin' now. :) I'm a fellow TX girl, so hope you don't make me too homesick.ReplyDelete
Well howdy! It's always nice to have fellow Texans drop by.Delete
Oh that is HILARIOUS!!! One smart Diva you have there!!! Now I will have that song in my head all night... ;)ReplyDelete
It is a great song...even if it does ignite uncomfortable conversations. :)Delete
I loved reading this! This was adorable. Kids are so much smarter than we give them credit. Thanks for the laugh! xoxoReplyDelete
And thank you for stopping by Ms. Monica! :)Delete
Oh my gosh, that's so adorable. I can't wait to see what kinds of questions my little one asks me. :o)ReplyDelete
You will be stunned by the things your little one will come up with. :)Delete