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Sunday, November 2, 2014

A funny story to share at dinner parties

Today, I had a funny parenting moment that can not be forgotten. While I was showering, Nolen came running in and began undressing. He was frantic about some itchy problem he has had over the last few weeks. I asked him to get grandma to assist him, but he refused. Suddenly, he turned to look at me. His face became very serious as he stated, "Oh no! Your pee pee is gone!" 
He then began to cry tears if complete and udder sadness for me and my loss. I matter of factly said, "Oh, Nolen, I'm a girl.  I don't have a pee pee." 
He continued crying as I got out if the shower to comfort him. I couldn't help but chuckle and at the same time feel a bit sad for me as well. Ha!

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