Wednesday, September 27, 2006

Out of the mouths of babes

Tee hee. I said Mrs T would have some questions from her class, and I was right. Again. That's twice I've been right recently; I must be on a roll.

"Are you having your baby tomorrow?"

"How are you going to get your baby out of your tummy?" (To which she gave the inspired answer, "I don't know , Oliver, I haven't done that bit yet.")

And when she mentioned that the baby wasn't ready to come out yet, and had to stay in for a while yet because it wouldn't survive "outside", one child asked, "because it hasn't got any shoes or clothes?"

Don't you just love 'em?

6 comments:

delphi said...

My standard answer to "how's it going to get out" is "it will come out the same way it got in" and breezily walk away, leaving said child to learn the birds and bees from his/her own parents.

:)

Treggles said...

I think one child did ask how it got in, but Mrs T managed to avoid answering.

One Mother's Journey said...

It's exciting that your now feeling more confident and telling people... that always makes it more real.

Catherine said...

hee hee...I love little kids!

kate said...

Too cute!! Thanks for the giggle!

Heather said...

Inspired answers from Mrs. T
"I don't know I haven't done that bit yet". Hahahaha, great reply.