Thursday, May 18, 2006

Mama: a class of her own


I was taking a shower and my 2yo M came into the bathroom to wait for me.  When I finished I was telling him he needed to leave so Mommy could get dressed. 

He didn't want to, so I explained:  "Mommy's a girl and you're a boy, so you need to give Mommy privacy." 

His response?

"No, Mama a Mama." 

"Mommy's a girl," I said as I laughed.

"No, Mama a Mama." he firmly repeated.

*giggle*  I did get him to leave, but I was still chuckling over that.  Apparently, I'm not a boy or a girl ... I'm a Mama ... in a class of my own.

And the naughty little boy played with Mama's glasses while she was in the shower, too. 

Edited to add:  After playfully arguing over it for quite some time this afternoon, M finally agreed that "Mama a dirl." 


  1. Thanks for entering my comment contest!

    Your little one sounds so cute! Mama's a mama. Well, you don't look like any girl he knows!

    Abiding in the Vine!

  2. THat is funny...I have learned that mama's are NOT entitled to matter what is going on...UGh, i have had my share of embarrassing moments and am just realizing that it is only goign to get worse!

    Heather :)


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