Post # 1
I was doing the laundry with my 4-year-old niece the other day and folding some of my underwear when she said:
“Whoa, who’s panties are those? Those are HUGE!!”
LOL. Yeah, I know–she’s four and her panties are like the size of my kneecap–but I also know that the decision to lose weight? Probably not a bad idea…
Post # 3
Hahaha…that’s hilarious! Gotta love kids. 🙂
Post # 4
Oh my! Kids say just about anything! hehe
Post # 5
LOL gotta love the honesty.
My sister emailed me after babysitting two four year olds – she showed them our wedding pics and one of the kids said “where’s your sister’s husband” My sis pointed to him and they said “he’s brown!” Way to state the obvious, kiddos! Then they wanted to know when the baby inside my tummy was coming out because “the order mommy told them” was “go to college, get married, have babies” I guess their mom laughed and rolled her eyes for both comments, though my husband thought that whole “order” thing wasn’t a bad idea lol.
Post # 6
Hahahaha–oh my goodness, that’s hysterical! Their honesty is a blessing and curse, I tell ya!
Post # 7
@allisonc: Your story totally reminds me of the first time I met my FI’s daughter… He took her back to her mom’s house after we met and apparently she ran in the door and was like, “Mom, mom! I met dad’s new girlfriend and she’s really nice and really great and guess what?! She’s brown!” Lol!
FI’s nieces and nephews never fail to point out weight issues. His nephew really gets a kick out of my arm fat for some reason…
Post # 8
@HisButtercup: My niece plays with my arm fat too! Luckily, I’ve been working out, so now I have muscles to flex and she oohs and ahhs (but then she asks me why she can’t SEE the muscles and we’re back to square one 🙂
Post # 9
Oh gosh. Don’t let it get to you. Everything seems big when you’re a little kid. 🙂