Wednesday, July 30, 2008

The talk

So the other day Arianna and I were snipping beans at the table and it was just the 2 of us. I had noticed some "changes" lately in her so I thought it would be a good time to have "the talk" with her.

So I mentioned that I had noticed some changes going on with her body and she says to me:
"I've noticed that too mom!" and then she asked me what they were for.
I explained that when she got older and married and had a baby that she would feed the baby with them.
Her response:
"So I'll be like a cow!"

It actually went very well, it wasn't awkward and she was very receptive. So we have the changes in our bodies and monthly issues done with.
Phew- 1 down (well partly- I didn't go into how the babies get in there yet) 1 to go!






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12 comments:

chelsea said...

that is so funny, good thing you bold printed the married part

Mari said...

I love that comment!

Terri said...

That is so hilarious!

~Just A Thought Ginger said...

ROFL, Mooooowwwwww, have fun with the next subject. I had to explain to my oldest daughter, but the next two sort of told me about it in all their innocense.

LeslieW. said...

So funny, she might be mortifed later that you posted this!...I sure did feel like a cow, come to think of it!

Rachel Slagle said...

i love her response :) i'm glad that i have a long time before i'm at that stage :)

Cherdecor said...

Hey, she is handling this really well. She is a smart cookie!

Nancy said...

Oh that conversation is always tough on the Mom more than the child I think... glad it went well

I'm Sadie said...

Ok, so not ready for that one. Sounds like she did really well though.

Angela @ Refresh My Soul Blog said...

ha ha! She completely got it-I felt so like a cow during those days! :)
You go girl-you are a good mom.
Much love,
Angela

HSB Suzanne said...

Hi!

I bookmarked your blog a week or two ago whenever I saw that you were at least interested in trying to do Angela @ Refresh My Soul's 'grace' Bible study. (Right now, I can't remember if you were one of the ones who said she wouldn't have time but wishes she did.) Anyway, I like to know how people come to my blog, so that's why I'm doing all of this 'rambling.' :)

How old is Arianna? I have two girls ages 8 and 6. I keep thinking I need (and want) to have the "talk" with my 8 year old, but it hasn't been the 'right' time... yet. So, thank you for sharing this with us. (My daughter already knows about breastfeeding but not about having a period.)

Dena said...

Hahahahahah - i think the same thing - i can't believe it's time for talks - oh vey!! i want annie to stay four FOREVER!!!