Jan 27, 2011
I love to hug my son. That's our daily routine. I will cuddle him before sending him off to nursery or whenever I come home from work or just simply hug him before putting him to bed. A type of "skinship" that I would love to continue forever.
A few nights ago, I gave him a hug. Then turned away to continue with the house chores when I heard him saying, " ママ、おっぱいは長くなってない？(Mommy, don't you think your bosoms are getting longer)?"
What?? I asked him again, thinking I must have heard wrongly. He repeated the same sentence, only louder. Ouuchh! I was stunned and speechless. I couldn't think of a way to reply. Not a word.
Tell me anyone who would come with a good answer, after being asked that kind of question! Who would have thought her son would ask that question? And my mind kept processing each word he said...
1. Longer means what, sagging? Ohh no!
2. Since when has he been observing my chest?
3. Why didn't my hubby say about it before he did?
I turned to my hubby hoping he would lend a helping hand when I found him practically ROTFL.
I asked him seriously, "So you think they are getting longer too??", looking at him with my over extended eyes. He stopped laughing instantly. Knowing that would only bring "harm" to him, and said, "No I don't think so...". Then trying to make me feel better by adding, "Maybe they are just getting a little bigger so the word longer meant bigger to him...??"
Now, that didn't sound too convincing did it?
Argghhh....I seriously need to start doing those stretches to prevent them from getting anymore "bigger"!!!
Posted by Nana at 8:46 AM