The conversations we have at home, especially with our 5-year old son Dylan are very random….
At the park
Dylan: Do you know what happened in the park, mom?
Me: No, tell me.
Dylan: I was working out on the monkey bars…
Me: Working out?
Dylan: Yeah! I was pulling my body up the bars.
Me: I thought you played, not worked out on the monkey bars.
Dylan: Mom! I work out, you know!
Me: *chuckles* Oh-kay…
Dylan: So, I was working out and there’s this girl…
Me: *interrupts* What girl?!
Tom: *rolls eyeballs at me*
Dylan: Mom! You know? A girl! Anyway, I was working out and this girl was helping me up the bars, holding my arms…
Me: *jaw drops* Why is she touching you?
Dylan: Because she wants to feel my muscles. *Flexes muscles*
Me: How old is this girl?!
Dylan: She’s 8 years old. Mom, listen! And then, we had a party in the park with all my friends and we showed all the girls our muscles.
Me: Why were you showing your muscles?
Dylan: Because the ladies like it!
Tom and Me: *dying of nervous laughter*
Dylan: Oh yeah! *dances*
Me: (After I was able to contain myself) Dahling, girls don’t really want muscles. They want love.
Dylan: Yeah! Love muscles!
Tom and I will have to educate our Dylan about the “ladies,” but our 5-year old son has the cutest stories to tell us. LOL
Parents, do you have some jaw-dropping conversations with your kids? Please share in the comments box.