Friday, July 10, 2009

Giant might be overstating things. Or at least I hope it is

So I was in the kitchen minding my own business. Actually I was doing dishes, like a good and stable mother, when in walks Little Dog. Out of nowhere he says, "Mama, you have a giant butt."
"Wow, that's great. Thanks. Not really what I want to hear, but ok," I replied, still a little stunned that he felt needed to comment on my ass.
Fine, I have a, padding. But I'm working on it. If anything there is less padding right now than last week and even less than the week before that. Anyhow, I start to feel a little bummed out. Why is my 3 year old picking on me? I probably said something along those lines at some point and he's just repeating what he heard, but it still doesn't make it nice.
And as I am in my own little world of self pity, Little Dog speaks again. "Every one's mama has a giant butt."
"Really, every one's," I ask, brightening slightly.
"Yes, all mama's have giant butts."
Well, at least I'm in good company.


Kaza said...

Proud member of the Giant Butt club here! Okay, maybe not proud, but I can't be bothered to do anything about it right now, so I'm embracing it instead. I would like to declare this the summer of the muu-muu, but I can't seem to find any. Where have they gone? They're comfy as hell and hide our giant mama butts.

Lana said...

he may just be right about that. and if not, i'd like to think he is to feel better about having to wear spanx to corral my 'baby weight' under a dress. (my kid is almost a year so i guess i can't really blame it on her anymore)

geekymummy said...

Its all relative. All grown ups are giants to kids. Rosa told me I have huge feet!

Beth said...

Your boys are definitely going to be butt boys!

"I like big butts..."

Related Posts Plugin for WordPress, Blogger...