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5 year old:
 A girl kissed me in school.

Mother: Oh really? A girl in your class?

5yo:  Yes.

Mother:  Did she kiss you on the cheek?

5yo:  Yes.

Mother:  What did you think of that?

5yo:  I didn't like it.

Mother:  Did you tell her that you didn't like it?

5yo:  Yes. G. and I told her that boys and girls only should kiss if it's your family.

Mother:  And what did she think about that?

5yo: Well, she said that sometimes boys and girls kiss if they are in love.

Mother:  Hmmm.

Father:  That's very European.

Mother:

 Father:  
What?

Mother:

5yo:  I'm going to tell her there should be no more kissing.


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Mother:  So what about you? Are girls kissing boys in your class?

Child:  NO.

Mother:  Good.

Child:  Well. Not in class.

Mother:  Oh?

Child:  One girl and boy kissed. But it was at a party.

Mother:  Oh.

Child:  Yeah. They locked themselves in a bathroom. And they kissed.

Mother:  Hmmm.

Child: Yeah. But now they are mad at each other.

Father:  Why? Did she tell him he can't play baseball every weekend? Or hang out with his friends?

Mother:

Father: What?

Mother:

Father: What?

Mother: No kissing until after grad school.

Child:  Wait, what? What's grad school? How long is that going to be?

2 comments:

Fairly Odd Mother said...

WHAT IS MY HUSBAND DOING IN YOUR HOUSE!?!?!

Venus said...

Love this. It's a good thing our children don't always understand everything we say (though I bet they understand more than they let on)!

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