“My hands are sexy”

Children give us so much in life: joy, headaches, love, heartburn, etc…  They also give us great blog fodder with the crazy things they say.

My 7-year old, whom I am now going to lovingly refer to as “D-Man”, informed my husband and me that he has “sexy hands.” Oh boy.  Then he proceeded to tell us that everything on his body is sexy, except for his poop.  Well, that part is true at least. Poop is definitely not sexy.

This kid is obsessed with the word “sexy.”  Once again, I blame stupid LMFAO for this. Combine this with the fact that he recently called me, his own mom, “smokin’ hot,” has me mildly concerned.  But since he also thinks the back yard is sexy and our dog is smokin’ hot, I am going to operate under the assumption that he doesn’t know what either of those two things really mean.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m glad he has an appreciation for his hands (and the back yard) and I am honored that he thinks so highly of me, but perhaps it’s time to set this kid straight on what those two things mean.

[thoughtful pause]

Na. Instead, I’m going to file these little things away in my brain and take them out again later when he’s older to use as a tool of embarrassment.

I’m so glad I have my parenting priorities in order.

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Comments

  1. “But since he also thinks the back yard is sexy and our dog is smoking hot, I am going to operate under the assumption that he doesn’t know what either of those two things really mean.”

    I almost spit out my coffee from laughing.

    How about Katy Perry songs? Have your kids walked around singing, “Sun-kissed skin so hot we’ll melt your popsicle”? UGH!

    • OMG, JD, no! That is too Fing funny!!!! But when we were young, I went around singing “Like a Virgin.” I doubt I knew what it meant, but I can’t imagine my parents were too happy about it.

  2. I’m too sexy for my back yard.

  3. You and me both, sista!

  4. My six-year-old taught my four-year-old the kindergarten version of the song: “I’m stinky and I know it.” On that note, my eight-year-old keeps asking me if he looks “hot.” Aye yi yi, I’m not ready for this.

  5. LOVE that your son is “sexy” and that he has the confidence to declare it ;)

  6. Or just bring it out when he’s a teenager and you’re feeling underappreciated!

  7. The smoking hot dog hit my funny bone. Awesome. Yes, thank you LMFAO for allowing sexy to be a common, everyday word said in mixed company. And for allowing the concept of jiggling one’s junk to be the most hysterical thing ever instead of just, well, nasty. Found you at finding the funny.

  8. kelleysbreakroom says:

    Ha! Yeah, it’s definitely LMFAO’s fault. My son is 7. I don’t think I’ve heard him use the word “sexy” yet. It probably won’t be long! (Thanks for linking this up over at #findingthefunny last week!)

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