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    Date Night Fright

    | CA, USA | Children, Sons & Daughters, Theme Of The Month

    (My husband and I have come back from a date night, having left our five-year-old and two-year-old daughters with a much-liked babysitter. When we come back, my five-year-old daughter proceeds to interrogate me.)

    Daughter: “Why did you and Daddy go out for dinner?”

    Me: “To spend some time together.”

    Daughter: “You wanted to be alone?”

    Me: “Yes.”

    Daughter: “Why?”

    Me: “So that we could talk.”

    Daughter: “But no hugging?”

    Me: “…”

    Forgot Your Words But They Remember

    | VA, USA | Children, Grandchildren

    (I get my three-year-old grandson strapped into his car seat in the back of my truck and go to get in the driver side. Just as I close my door, I remember that I forgot something inside the house. It’s been one of those days so when I realize I forgot it, I mumbled:)

    Me: “S***!”

    Grandson: “What did you forget?”

    An Appropriate Response

    | Finland | Children, Sons & Daughters

    (My husband, my 11-year-old daughter, and I are shopping. Near the lingerie department, we see an underwear ad that features a model dancing in only a bra and panties.)

    Daughter: “That picture is really weird. Why does she look like that?”

    Husband: “It’s supposed to make the underwear look fun and exciting.”

    Daughter: “It mostly looks scary and inappropriate.”

    Husband: “…I will accept that answer.”

    No Longer Your Little Bundle Of Joy

    | Williamston, NC, USA | Children, Sons & Daughters

    (I am teasing my three-year old daughter, who frequently follows me around saying, ‘What you doing, Mama?’ We are watching Wheel of Fortune together.)

    Me: “What you doing? What you doing? Hmm?”

    Daughter: “Stop it, Mama!”

    Me: *sticks out tongue* “Killjoy!”

    Daughter: “No! You can’t kill joy! I need joy!” *goes back to watching Wheel of Fortune*

    Some Words Transcend Generations

    | NC, USA | Children, Parents & Guardians, Sons & Daughters

    (I am very young in this story, maybe about two or three years old, and I’m being baby sat by my dad’s friend. He falls asleep with the TV on an adult comedy show. I learn a new word and my grandparents are coming to town the next day…)

    Me: “F***! F***! F***!”

    Mom: “My baby!”

    Dad: “My parents!”


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