The truth as I know it:

We witness a miracle every time a child enters into life. But those who make their journey home across time & miles, growing within the hearts of those who wait to love them, are carried on the wings of destiny and placed among us by God's very own hands. ~~~ Kristi Larson

Wednesday, September 03, 2008

Conversations in the car



Here is what I overheard on the way home from the lake on Sunday:

Brian: Who can tell me one organ of the body?
Liam: HEART!!!
Brian: Yes, good job. What does the heart do?
Connor: Pumps your blood.
Brian: Yes, who can tell me another organ.
Silence
Brian: Can you remember another organ?
Liam: Balls!
Snickers from me and Brian in the front.
Brian: Well, that's not exactly an organ, but what do the balls do?
(Okay, I might have used this opportunity to correct the terminology, but whatever.)
Liam: They hold your babies.
Brian: That's right, Liam, when you get older, that's what helps you make babies.
Connor: Does mom have balls? (Again, I'll resist the urge to point out how big my "balls" must be to take on four kids, but whatever.)
Brian: No, mom has a uterus.
Connor: Hey, no fair, I want a uterus!
More laughter from the front.... more laughter. And now we are dissolved into tears and trying to recover because Connor sees he's gotten a laugh and is saying over and over again, "I want a uterus."

There's just nothing in the world like hearing your four year old son say the word, "uterus". Now, I wonder what this is going to do to their concept of gender as they grow? :) I promptly ordered them a book called, "My Amazing Body" that has all sorts of information on the "organs" of the human body! :)

5 comments:

EJ & Grace said...

That is HILARIOUS!!! I love it!

hthr said...

HYSTERICAL!! My sides hurt...

Melissa said...

That is TOO funny!! I am oh-so-patiently waiting for the days of "those" type questions. :)

By the way, I got your comment on my blog & wanted to email you but can't find your email address. If you get a chance, will you shoot me an email? melissa (at) melissabridges (dot) net Thanks!!

Susan and Randy said...

That is freakin hillarious!! Your boys crack me up!

Karen said...

I love it!!!! Matthew along with Gregory and I have had some pretty similar conversations.
Karen