Sunday, July 22, 2007

My Ever Observant Daughter

A conversation between my almost 3 year old, and my sister in law (much better endowed than I!)

Miss E: "Auntie Rachael"

Rachael: "Yes Miss E?"

Miss E: "You've got nice milks"

17 comments:

The Good Woman said...

All part of being an aunt!

andi said...

Ha ha. Because the baby drinks out of mine, the toddler calls them "holes". I don't think this is a compliment on the size. My poor little dwarf "milks" are starting to get an inferiority complex.

Tinamtl said...

HAHAHHAHHAHAH!

That's funny because I call them my baby milks to Ari too.

Thirty-One Trendy said...

Hi there. This is the first time I've visited your blog and I LOVe it! Thanks for the laugh!

Brillig said...

HAHAHA!!!! That's hilarious! How did Rachael respond?

Oh, The Joys said...

a.k.a. JUGS!

Annie said...

Rachael, not being familiar nor comfortable with the entire concept of breastfeeding, was mortified initially but then thought it funny.

Miss E knows this is where her brother's milk comes from - but I have never referred to them as 'milks' - she coined that term herself which makes it all the more funny, to me at least!

wakeupandsmellthecoffee said...

Now that is very funny.

shauna said...

Too funny! My son (then 2) walked in on me once when I was getting into the shower and, pointing to my breasts, said, "Mommy, are those your bests?" (because we've mistakenly tried the anatomically correct route). My response, "Yes, son, I'd like to think so."

Shauna said...

ha ha ha!
Milks! That's too cute!

Jennifer aka Binky Bitch said...

Very nice!

pinks & blues girls said...

That is great! My milks are sadly lacking in size.

Jane, P&B Girls

laurie said...

:)

Kimberly said...

That's hilarious all on it's own. But even funnier, is that I'm playing a game of scrabble in the other window and you know what word my opponent just layed down?

Teat.

Mwahahahah!

Laura McIntyre said...

LOL how cute, love breastfeeding kiddies talk

Reluctant Memsahib said...

Wish mine could be called milks. I must be the least well-endowed woman in the world: when I was pregant and very proud of what I assumed was a cleavage since could lose a peanut down it, went to mothercare to buy maternity bras and was laughed out of the store by assistant as ''we don't make them that small''. I went to rigby and peller then, where they don't laugh at people with small boobs if they're stupid enough to spend a ton of money of a scrap of lace to wear around them. Just found your blog, thanks for the giggle.

Absolutely Bananas said...

THAT is hilarious!