Post # 1
I work in an after school program and a first grade girl came up to me and asked “Why do they look like that?” And I go, “Why does what look like what?” And she goes, “Your BOOBS, why are they so small?” Here I am shocked and super embarassed and say, “That’s the way I am!”
Do you have any embarassing stories?
Post # 3
lol, I am so sorry, but your post is making me laugh. Oh, the things kids say…
The only really embarrassing story I can think of is when I was in girl scouts. We were on a camping trip and we wanted to go horse back riding, but first we had to round up the horses that were located in what I can only remember as being a forest. Well, we couldn’t see them, so I jumped up on an old dead tree stump and very quickly became covered in red ants. I had to strip my clothes off down to my underwear to get rid of them. It made for a good story and laugh, but I was really embarrassed :-/
Post # 4
You should have just replied “why are YOUR boobs so small?”
Post # 5
My daughter asked me if i had a baby in my belly today…. AND im not pregnant… lol
Post # 6
Lol I had that same thing happen at the daycare I worked at one of my 5 year olds said “I hope my boobs are bigger than yours when I grow up” I felt so low for the rest of the day.
Post # 7
Not sure if this was because FI’s mom and sister ARE constantly asking when we are going to have a baby (answer: not anytime soon) or if it was my weight gain/the sweatshirt I was wearing that day, but FI’s niece asked me if I was pregnant about a year and a half ago. I haven’t worn that sweatshirt since.
Oh and when I was in middle school, my friend and I were changing into our swimsuits in the same room. She apparently looked. She asked her mom why I had hair “down there” and her mom told my mom about it. I hadn’t discussed it with my mom and I was so embarrassed! I knew it was normal, but I was very private and shy. Apparently my friend and her mom hadn’t really had that discussion about puberty yet…
Post # 8
@Shiner:I feel your pain!!! My little sister yelled out that I had hair down there before infront of my whole family. :/
Post # 9
@HappilyEverAfter54: Yeah, my day was a little ruined, and I know it shouldn’t have been.
Post # 10
LOLOLOL that is great! Kids are HILLARIOUS!
I was running a day program during the summer a few years back for kids.
I brought my daughter in one day because all the kids said they wanted to meet her. One of the little girls came up to me and asked me why my daughter looked like that. And I asked her “like what” and she said “she looks browner” and I told her “It is because I am light brown and her father is a little darker brown so it made her colour.”
It was really cute.
Post # 11
Oh and I always get the “I like hugging you, you’re so squishy, like a marshmellow”
Post # 12
Maybe her mom has gigantic ones or something? If it makes you feel any better a 3rd grader asked my friend (we were 19 at the time) if she was 40. lol
Post # 14
@missmuggins: That’s when you say (or at least think to yourself!), “honey, I think you’re watching too much tv. This is what REAL women look like!”