Embarrassing Kid Moment #247,023

child commentsThe following event occurred yesterday morning whilst I was in the store grabbing a pack of diapers for Big Trouble (who is obviously still determined to break me in the potty training department since we were getting yet another pack of diapers, not underwear).

The Setting:

Big Trouble was being quite the little gentleman and this trip to the store had me beaming at the people passing by as I showed off how well my little boy was behaving.  Yep; pat on the back for being an awesome mom;  isn’t he just the cutest little thing?!  I made him.

The Incident:

Then he opened his mouth and SHOUTED a question that no one ever wants to be asked loudly in public:  “MOM, DO YOU NEED TO POOP IN THE POTTY?”

Shh!  No honey, Mommy’s just fine right now, thank you.

He wasn’t satisfied so there was a follow-up question:  “NEED TO PEE-PEE?”  (people are now staring and snickering)

No baby, Mommy already went to the potty.  Do you need to go?

“NO!  DID YOU TOOT?”

Good Lord, NO!  There are no bodily functions going on right now so please stop shouting!

“I GET DIAPERS.  I STINKY GROSSY! MOMMY STINKY GROSSY! HA HA!”

Oh my Lord, please just come with me to the self-checkout so I don’t have to face a real cashier!…..

End of Scene.

Needless to say, I was quite embarrassed by this happy outburst.  I assume it was payback for my constant barrage of questions concerning his potty training process and lack of progress, but who can say?

I know I can’t be the only one with crazy kids who say things like this, right?!

Turns out, I’m not.  So, here’s a few more fun things that other kids have said!  I would love to hear your stories, too!  Misery loves company! 🙂

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11 thoughts on “Embarrassing Kid Moment #247,023

  1. Oh Courtney you are a mind-reader in some sense. I feel sorry for your embarrassement but you might be able to help me out here. Which is good.
    My husband speaks Hungarian to Zoárd and I speak in English with him. My problem is that my vocabulary is limited and today I was thinking: I need to ask in a nicer way “did you fart Dear?”. Is this word you used: “toot” a more polite way of saying passing gas when you are talking to children?

  2. Just this week my oldest asks, “Is that a boy or a girl?” Right in front of the cashier waiting on us in the coffee shop. He had a point, it was questionable…and it was girl. I had to tell him “if you’re not sure, don’t ask within ear shot.” Please. Mortified.

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