Thursday, September 8, 2011

Proud Mommy Moments--Hands On

Each night we go through the same bed time ritual.  It starts with the five minute warning.  Then it goes into, "I'm not tired." Followed by hiding, or making himself "small."  i.e. he curls up into the smallest ball and tucks his head down toward his chest.  After the usual threats, and counting to three he gets ready for bed.

We read a story, sometimes two.  We take turns with the pages.  He is doing really great with his reading.  After we read, we say a prayer and then he gets kisses and a raspberry on each cheek.  I don't know why.  It's just something I've always done with him.  He laughs.  Sometimes he returns the favor.  Last Thursday everything was going just like always.  Then after the prayer and the kisses my son, my blue-eyed heart breaker, smiled up and said, "I had my hand on your boob when you did that!"*
Yep.  My son.  Lock up your daughters!

I am participating in EmmyMom's and Kmama's "Proud Mommy Moments."






*  He has always had an obsession with my chest.  It must be a boy thing.    I have no idea.*

11 comments:

Emmy said...

Lol! It is funny as I was reading this I was like this story seems familiar -hehe :)Too funny and a perfect PMM.
Thanks for always linking up

Kmama said...

Bwahahaha!! I love it. Such a man already, huh?

Thanks for playing along!

mormonhermitmom said...

It's gotta be a boy thing. My five year old touched mine the other day and said, "What if you had six of these?"

My husband had to hide his face and almost bust a gut.

Heather said...

Hahahaha so funny. I think they are born with that instinct.

sarajo said...

Why do boys love boobs? I don't get it!

BTW, totally didn't see that one coming. I was thinking, ahh, what a sweet story. :D BOYS!

Amy said...

Aaaaahahahahaha! What a funny "innocent" little man you have there. Lock up your daughters fo'sho! :)

That 20 Something Virgin. said...

hahaha. lock em up indeed.

aww this makes me remember my own bedtime stuff, and stories and all that. good times :)

Cheeseboy said...

That's so funny! My son has said the same thing to me.

Linda Medrano said...

Bless his heart! And it never did bother me to have a kid grab my boobs. In fact, my grandson was about three when he actually applauded and said "Hooray! Grandma's boobies!" when I got undressed. I kind of like that kind of recognition for my rack.

Oka said...

Boys will be boys, got to love them ;)

Shell said...

LMAO!!!

My boys all talk about boobs. I'm in trouble.