November 29, 2008

Siesta Saturday - Into The Wild

My Siesta Saturday comeback was a hit and I'm grateful to all the wonderful fellow Etsyian who made it a success!

This time I'm delving into the WILD...and it's open to all my fellow moms...

Few nights ago, My 4 year old, Miss Sasserfrass and I were watching a Tagalog movie : ANAK (Child) that we both agreed on - yes I'm immersing (no, drowning) her into my native language. It's a family-oriented one which I thot she would love BUT whatddya' know, it was more of a "sob-oriented" movie than anything. We watched it anyway, in between tears!

In one brief episode, they showed the rebellious teenage daughter in bed tyring to kiss her guy and laid on top of him. No sooner than Miss Sasserfrass saw this that she hastily spun away and blurted out - as loud as thunder : " OH NO! They'll have sex!"

I got startled so bad, I had chills run down my spine!

I turned to look at Miss Sasserfrass while flashing her my Cruella D'vil-like glare and so slowly said : "whhhaaaaatttttt ????" - decibel rose like sirens at the end of that what.

Ms. Sasserfrass unfazed, went on so sure of herself to say : " I said, they'll have sex! "

My face crunched up like a sourpuss! "Where the heck did she get this idea from?!" Ok people, I kid you not. This is NOT my kid - she's an alien! - wait a minute - I used to be an alien so, I guess this smartypants girl grinning up at me is my SPAWN!? lovely!"

Me: "what do you mean ? and why did you say that?"

Her : "Well, you see Mama, if a person lies on top of another person, that means they'll have sex!"

ugh! my jaw dropped and I literally fainted...

That's it! she's never ever gonna play with my laptop again while I'm away at work - ever!!!

Ultimate Siesta question:

What was the wildest thing that you're child had said or done and how did you react to it?




69 comments:

  1. Bwahahahahah!Kids!They really like to mess with us!LOL!
    A couple of years ago we were all watching tv in the living room when my older boy (he should be 8 or 9 by then) came with this question:What are condoms?And what are they for?
    Me and hubby were like «What???»
    I tried to answer as good as I could but I was so astonished that it become some hard task!LOL!
    xoxo

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  2. Hi, Maricris. I totally blame my husband for this. We were in the car and his iPod was plugged in on shuffle songs mode (or whatever you call it). I wasn't really listening and my daughter certainly didn't seem to be (she was busy with a toy) so when one of Soundgarden's songs came on and I heard that the chorus went "F***, f***, f***...", I yelped at my husband to switch to another song. My daughter then very casually turned to me and echoed that line (tune and all). She was just about to turn two at that time. I was mortified, of course, but I thought it was really funny too.:)

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  3. HAHAHAHAHAHAHA!!! Sorry, but I had to laugh at that one. I guess you can look on the bright side... she has just opened the door for "the talk". HAHAHA.

    I have next to no real privacy in my house, so when Miss J was younger, she was in the bathroom with me (as she always seemed to be!!) and encountered me putting on a maxi pad. She then asked me if it was "my diaper". After that every time I went to the bathroom she made sure to go into the cabinet and hand me one, lol.

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  4. I know it is not funny but I am laughing because it happens and soon my two daughters will probably say the same to me and I will want to faint.

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  5. :) LOL My stepson calls me MommA and his birth mom MommY. We will be out and about and he'll pipe up with "My Mommy said F--k." I usually get all embarassed and glance around to see how many people think he's talking about me before we have the "that's not a nice word" talk. And then he'll pipe up (at the most inconvenient times) "I don't say F--K. It's bad manners. My Mommy says F--K." Good grief....

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  6. Oh me...at the age of 9...Mitchell came home from school and asked me why dad had to beat me to get me pregnant. It blew me away. I left the room and came back in. I asked him why he asked me that. He went on to explain to me that new boy at school had watched TV (porn I am sure) with his grandfather and that he saw a man beating a woman and telling her to get pregnant. Ugh....

    I did the best I could on trying to explain what he had heard. It wasn't easy.

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  7. Oh my. It is funny what kids pick up. Well I guess you need to have "the talk" there are some great books out there I especially like "Where did I come from?" straight forward cartoon explanations that are actually funny.

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  8. OMG That is SO funny! Matthew asked me LAST YEAR if dad and I ever had sex. I told him no.

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  9. My daughter was singing along with a song on the radio that was talking about oral sex, but not in direct terms. I asked her if she knew what it really meant, those words she was singing. She did not so I told her, talk about a jaw drop. She didn't sing that part out loud anymore.

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  10. Thanks for visiting my blog :) I like yours a lot, plan on visiting you back :)

    LOL about the conversation up...we as parents are never ready for those I'll tell you that :)

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  11. FUNNY! I had to give my son "the talk" after watching an animal planet show.
    Thank you for stopping by... my paintings are acrylic on archive paper or canvas. Come back and visit!
    ENJOY!
    Fifi

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  12. Thanks for stopping!!

    I think the worst was when my oldest daughter was about 4 and my husband and I were arguing. (big suprise) She came running into the room yelling "You B*tch!" "You B*tch!" "You B*tch!" I just turned to her and said "Stop it." and she went back to her coloring and we never had a problem again.

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  13. I LOVE YOUR BLOG, THANKS FOR VISITING MINE TOO!

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  14. lolololol......so needed that laugh.....love it..... :)

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  15. Oh Wow! There are so many things...I am taking Spironolactone for my acne and had asked my husband to remind me to take my pills (because I am always so forgetful when it comes to pills), I guess my 4 year old overheard me ask him. So, we're sitting there the other day and I had a massive headache so I reached in the pantry and pulled out two Midol. He is watching me like a hawk and says "Mommy, what are you taking medicine for?" I said, "I have a really bad headache buddy." and he says "Oh, Do you still have to take the medicine for the NIPPLES on your face?"

    I could have died laughing...

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  16. Oh wow, I am not ready for those kind of things, but I know they are coming!!!

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  17. Oh wow! I would have freaked!! Let's see... I was in the car driving one day and muttering to myself about the person in front of my when my daughter says something like, "He's just a moron!" Thank you, Daddy, for teaching our 4 year old about morons!!

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  18. Oh I have survived those up to now, but I am sure they are coming soon. BTW - love the giraffe. Comes from Africa like me!

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  19. OMG! They do learn these things pretty early. It's scary!

    Happy SITSday!

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  20. LOL I dread the coming years! Stopping by from SITS. :)

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  21. Hey, it's your SITS day today! Woohoo!

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  22. OMG that is one knowing little girl..lol..
    wow..what will they come up with next huh.
    Happy SITS day

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  23. AAAAACCCCCCKKKKKK!!!!!! LOL!

    When we were in a public bathroom my daughter asked me- VERY LOUDLY- "Mommy why do you have hair on your bottom?" The ladies in the other stalls just LAUGHED. *sigh*

    Happy SITS day!

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  24. It's so funny the things kids say. All what they've seen and heard is stored away in that brain of theirs and then when you least expect it - Oops here it comes!

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  25. Kids say the dangdest things don't they?!

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  26. My three year old (barely 3) was sitting with my dad and asked my dad if he has a penis. My dad was so shocked he didn't know what to say!

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  27. When the eldest chick was in Kindergarten, they were learning about Christopher Columbus. She was telling me all about his ships, the "Nina, Santa Maria, and the PENIS". I laughed until I cried.

    Happy SITS day!

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  28. The other day I could swear my son was saying sh**t. But he was saying shirt...whew...he's only three!!!

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  29. LOL! These days will come to be eventually....

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  30. What a world we live in, huh?! It's scary what they might hear out in the 'real world!'

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  31. Kids do say the darndest things, don't they?

    Happy SITS day!

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  32. OMGosh ... that cracked me up! But I'm totally with you on the AACCCKKK factor.

    Unfortunately, there's not enough room here for me to list all the things my kids have said that have shocked me.

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  33. So funny! Did you ever find out where she learned that from?!?! LOL Good stuff!

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  34. Congrats on your SITS day!

    My son is 28 so it's been awhile... things were a bit different back then too so I guess I'll have to wait to experience this with my grandchildren. Heaven help me!

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  35. Hello fellow SITS-tah and fellow Pinay! I love your blog! My kids are milder than that, but I can just imagine your horror on hearing that!
    :-D Yikes!

    Carolyn of What Now Tablescapes. Ok, I'm off to be a follower!

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  36. Holy cupcakes!

    Mine is only 22 months old, so the worst he's done is yell 3! when another mom was giving her kiddo the "Do it now, or else" countdown two aisles over in Target.

    Mature adult that I am, I ran away and hid in another part of the store so she wouldn't know it was me...

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  37. ROFL! I can FEEL the shock that YOU felt in that moment!

    Only thing I can remember off the top of my head was when my little daughter heard me call another motorist an "idiot" when I was driving. From the back seat I heard her enunciating carefully..."id.." "ee"..."ot" several times until she put it together gleefully: "idiot!" LOL

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  38. I don't have any kids, so no funny stories to share here, but they're all funny to read! =)

    Happy SITS day! =)

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  39. This is a great story. Thanks for posting it, I had fun reading all the comments and everyone else's stories!

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  40. No kids here, but that was definitely a good read. Hope you're enjoying your SITS day!

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  41. What a great blog post and great comments!!! They were all hilarious. I've posted about some of the crazy things my daughter has said, but I try really hard to shield her from most age inappropriate things. However last year there was a student in her preschool class that had two mommies. One day we were in the DR.'S office and while flipping through a magazine we came across an advertisement for swim classes that showed a woman in a pool with a child and a woman sitting on the edge of the pool. Jade asks out loud, "Are those the little girls' two mommies?"
    Not too bad, but still needed an explanation.

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  42. Oh my gosh I don't know WHAT I would do if (and when) my little girl starts talking about sex!! For now the worst that's come out of her mouth is "stupid"...so far so good!!

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  43. Mine is only 8 months, so the ONLY thing he has EVER said is "mama", "dada", and "duck". But I am groaning already imagining the future.

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  44. My daugher, when she was 7 said something similar and it freaked me out. I just looked at her with my mouth open. Didn't know what to say.

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  45. That is funny! They really know how to shock us.
    When my oldest was 8 (she is almost 14 now) we were watching a very innocent TV show together (I don't recall what it was now but it was age appropriate) a couple started to kiss and she said, "Are they going to 'do it'?"

    Needless to say she caught me totally off guard and I just looked at her and said, "Do what?" Then we both giggled and let it go for the evening!

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  46. OMG! That is hilarious a four year old?

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  47. OMG! Me and hubby were wrestling the other day and our 7 year old hollered out that we were about to have sex. I like to have died, and couldn't get him away fast enough! Kids sure do say the darndest things! LOL

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  48. Lol, My 4 yr old decided she was going to shove a baby up her shirt and go into labor, while my 2 year old sat between the 4 year olds legs and wiggled her body and putting her hands on the 4 year olds stomach. The 4 year old had her legs up on the 2 year olds shoulders and then the 2 year old delivered the baby. lol.

    At first I was like WHAT ARE YOU DOING? But when my 4 year old said I'm having a baby, I just laughed and laughed.

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  49. My favorite is my brother-in-law when he was three asking his mama why I was sleeping in church. UMMM...I wasn't, the pastor was praying and everyone had bowed their heads except for a rowdy 3 year old with a VERY BIG mouth.

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  50. LOL Oh no! I don't know what I would do if my 7 year old would say something like that! lol YOu handled it better than I would have.

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  51. Oh no, they pick up so much stuff even when you think they're not paying attention, or worse still...at school. Funny story.

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  52. From the mouths of babes... goodness!

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  53. Ha Ha Ha Ha!!!

    My toddler hasn't said anything too bad.... yet!

    Happy SITS day!

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  54. lol, that's hilariment.... :-) Happy Sits Day

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  55. Too funny! Kids say the darndest things - and usually at the most inconvenient moments!!

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  56. Hilarious! Mine's not old enough for this yet, but I know I'll be there one day!

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  57. Yikes! Not looking forward to those days of innocence lost for my kids.

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  58. Just be glad she didn't say that in public! My kids have the uncanny knack of bringing up sensitive subjects in the check-out line at the grocery store!

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  59. Ahhh, my oldest (8 now) came home from Kindergarten the first week and asked us what sex was because a classmate asked if her and another boy were having it....wahhh? I cried for a month...I so am not ready for this.

    Jamie :-)

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  60. Oh you poor mom! I can only hope that my wee ones don't hear those three letters until they're much older. But at least she trusts you enough to talk to you, right?

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  61. One of my sons screamed 'Mama, MY PENIS ITCHES" in church on day.

    Yeah...I'm so proud.

    Happy sits day!

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