Friday, February 13, 2009

Do You Speak "BOY"?

Life with boys requires a mom to make certain adaptations in communication that may not come naturally.

Take Valentine's sentiments for example. Scoops of chocolate in toy loaders is "BOY" for I love you.

We also have to remember not to hug them in public (at least the older ones). Public displays of Mom Love are "not cool" and mean you don't really care about them...or you wouldn't have embarrassed the life out of them.

They'd much prefer a batch of cookies.

Cookies speak to them. (I spoke volumes with my Peanut Butter Pops yesterday!)

But little boys . . . now, they can challenge the whiskers off my chin to no end.
Take this morning for example.

Out of the clear blue--over his bowl of Fruit Loops, my four year old says to me, "Can you squeeze a chicken's neck?"

It took some some time, but I finally connected the dots.

Take yesterdays hug where I had to choke out, "Don't s-q-u-e-e-z-e my neck so hard!" plus the recent episode of Dirty Jobs at the Chicken Pluck'in Plant, and you get (drum roll, please), "Can you squeeze a chicken's neck?"

Just another typical day, trying to speak "BOY". LOL!

For more laughs, hop on over to Kim's place at Homesteader's Heart and join her fun Meme!

Happy Friday, Friends!!!


Homesteader in Training said...

OH boy do I speak boy!!! That was to cute. Thanks for sharing it today!

Mari said...

Kids are so funny and boys do have a unique sense of humor!

Laurie Ann said...

My grandsons haven't started really talking yet but I will check back in with you to learn how to speak boy, LOL! Too cute!

Joanne@ Blessed... said...

Thanks for stopping over and leaving a comment. I must have been led here by the Lord...those peanut butter pops look scrumptious!

I am a HUGE peanut butter fan.

Anonymous said...

It's a whole other language, isn't it?? Although, I feel rather awesome for being able to understand it! hee hee

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Becky said...

LOL. I love this post!
I have a 2-year-old daughter and an 8-month-old son. I'm so looking forward to getting to know them and their individual "languages." :-)
Thanks for commenting on my blog!

Sherry said...

LOL! Too funny! It is funny the things they ask and say sometimes.