December 5 07

when i ask Isabella to smile for the camera, she always does the same thing.

she says, “i love cheese!” which is her version of saying cheese. and then she does this:

every single time i haul out the camera. Last night, however, while we were Hanukah/Hannukah/Chanukah’ing (choose your own spelling because i’ve totally given up) it up, when i pulled out the camera and called her name, instead of her usual, “i love cheese” she said “i love boobs

(by the by, you can check out some pictures from last night up on Fabulous. come on over!)

i swear. you can’t make this shit up, people!
she has also developed this fascination with boobs. we have long, lengthy discussions about it.

“mommy, i don’t like your boobies.”

“what? why not?” how could she not? does she not know perfection when she sees it? (do you guys not know sarcasm when you see it?)

“they are too scary”

“they are not scary!”

“i don’t have any boobies.”

“no sweets, you don’t.”

“i have…um…nipples!”

“yes. i have nipples too…but that’s a whole other discussion”

“i don’t want boobies”

“okay, you don’t have to have them. at least not until you are older. if you’re anything like mommy, you’ll wake up with them when you turn 16. and boys will want to be your friend.”

“YUCK!”
we have this discussion, or something to this effect, daily.

bring on the google hits. please. i’d love to have something boob related and NOT something Harry Potter related. because, even though i told Sarah that my biggest search was “homer simpson vagina tattoo” and it was, i swear it was, it’s recently been overtaken by “Harry Potter naked” and “Daniel Radcliffe nude” and “Harry Potter naked with horse”

who knew that a very disturbing harry potter dream would bring out the searchers? there also seems to be a lot of people looking for therapists in Toronto who spank. i cannot, for the life of me, figure out where this one came from.

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  1. My husband bathes our daughter. It’s his thing. In order to avoid getting drenched, he always takes his shirt off. He recently had to explain to our 19-month old what nipples were after she kept grabbing them. And now, she finds it hysterical to look down people’s shirts, and ask “Nipples?” Yes, honey, we all have them. Some people have four/

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    Comment by AndreAnna on December 5, 2007
  2. omg. that is so funny!!! you made my morning with that story! :)

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    Comment by kristin on December 5, 2007
  3. umm yikes i just backtracked your hi-lites and holy crap i think i am in shock.now that was an image of umm harry potter i didn’t need to see.and why is he with that horse? so i’m debating on whether to go look at the full monty shot or not…

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    Comment by LAVENDULA on December 5, 2007
  4. your daughter thinks your boobs are scary.
    your son thinks your hoo-hah looks scary.

    uh… I got nothing.

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    Comment by SciFi Dad on December 5, 2007
  5. Ok lets see them. We’ll be honest and tell you if they are scary. Promise.

    I like cheese too.

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    Comment by Miss on December 5, 2007
  6. Boobies must be this week’s obsession. My son was snuggled up on my chest listening to a bedtime story, but insisted on fluffing my chest like one would fluff a pillow. I’m like ‘hands off buddy’… not something to be fluffed! LOL…

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    Comment by Holly on December 5, 2007
  7. Ha, I love the “YUCK”. If she keeps up with that you’re going to have an easy job when she hits her teens!

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    Comment by Leaf, probably... on December 5, 2007
  8. Spanking therapists?

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    Comment by Rebecca on December 5, 2007
  9. GReat post!

    Man, I should have hated boobs more as a child. Maybe I would have woken up with more suitable ones later on.

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    Comment by Sandy (Momisodes) on December 5, 2007
  10. ha. that face is priceless. you totally need to save it for the future boyfriends. omg she would KILL you.

    do it. :P

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    Comment by Sarah on December 5, 2007
  11. I worked at a summer camp for children with Autism one year, actually for about 5. One summer, we had a little boy who bit, and humped, and pinched. One day, when we were at a swimming pool, he started to pinch a little girl who was there with her Mom & Dad. I picked him up, trying to hide myself from his arm reach of pinching me. I eventually sat him on a half concrete tube shaped leaning post and held his hands above his head. When all of a sudden, down he swooped and bit my right breast. I couldn’t get him to let go. The closest co-worker by me was a male (of course). It hurt so much.

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    Comment by Keri on December 5, 2007
  12. yeah, i always have a fair number of “boob” related searches. i guess i just talk about my girls a lot. :-P

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    Comment by Lara on December 5, 2007
  13. Oy, she’s so dang cute! (and I get TONS of “celebrity feet” searches. TONS!! And, of course, all kinds of wacky monkey searches…….)

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    Comment by Haley-O on December 6, 2007
  14. You should try to record that conversation next time before Isabella brings it up. She’ll get a kick out of that in her adult years!

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    Comment by beth on December 6, 2007
  15. LOVE the cheese face!
    And the boob thing is too funny. All my kids were boob obsessed at 2/3..4.. My little girly wants boobs so bad, I wish she hated them;)

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    Comment by Kristen on December 6, 2007
  16. One post about Grey’s Anatomy a couple of weeks ago brought about four dozen folks to my site who wanted to know why women cried after sex. I love the internets.

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    Comment by Stacy on December 6, 2007
  17. Haha gorgeous!!
    i’m taking photos at a local retail store of children on santas knee & as soon as I say smile or “say cheese” they all pull the same face! lol

    how do you find out your google search hits?

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    Comment by Bronnie on December 6, 2007
  18. (delurking)
    That is one cute bebe.

    And I’m looooving the scary boobs.

    That’s classic.

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    Comment by the new girl on December 11, 2007
  19. As a father of two ASD boys, I really appreciate your blog and the information you post!

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    Comment by Autism Game on September 12, 2008
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