They Said What??? Funny Quote of the Week – October 19

My four-year old daughter and I went on a Mommy/Daughter trip this week to visit my best friend and her family.  While traveling through the airport on our way home, we stopped to use the bathroom.  Being a ridiculously stubborn young girl, my daughter insisted on doing everything herself – including wiping her buttocks after going potty.  However, upon occasion some left-over toilet paper sticks to her rear.  This time, we were in a rush so after she wiped, we pulled up her pants and off to the gate we went.  However, while walking down the crowded runway to get onto the plane, she loudly says, “Mommy, there is something stuck in my vagina, it’s ok, I’ll just get it out.” and then proceeds to start pulling her pants down.  “NO!” I yell and grab her pants before they are down at her knees.  She then can’t stop talking about what is stuck down there for the next ten minutes. 

Finally, once the plane is in the air and we are able to go to the bathroom, we see that there is a little piece of toilet paper in her butt.  I explain to her that the paper was in her buttocks and not her vagina, to which she replies, “Buttocks and vagina, I always get those two confused.  Do you ever do that, Mommy?”  No dear, I can honestly say, I do not.

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  1. I almost spit out my coffee; thanks for the laugh this morning! Stopping by from the Blog Hop. :)

  2. OMG! I had to cover my mouth so I wouldn’t LOL myself and get in trouble here at work!

  3. Oh, that just had disaster all over it! If that was one of my kids they would have probably cried the entire time until said paper was removed. And then they would have cried that fellow passengers were glaring at them…

  4. Haha – I love it! I’m sure there were some chuckling plane passengers. :) Happy Sharefest!

  5. Laughed so hard! You’re going to have fun embarrassing her with that story when she’s older.

  6. Yep, kid’s always know how to embarrass their parents. I feel for you…but this is truly funny!

  7. My 6 year old son just asked if I am laughing or crying as he hears me after reading your post. I think this post is so funny. My 4 year old daughter would pitch a fit if this happened to her. She would insist on fixing it right then and there, too. I would do the same thing you did. My 8 year old daughter, who is very nurturing and talks to the 4 year old like a mom, would have put the 4 year old in her place and told her she just has to leave it there until we get on the plane. So funny!

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