The other day I was folding laundry and the boys were playing in the art room (they have taken over the office) when Big Kid came to me and said, "little kid is on the internet looking at pictures of boobs."
little kid is 3. little kid is not allowed to touch computers or look at pictures of boobs. What the hell?
I rushed in there to find little kid grinning at me, with a close-up boob shot on the screen behind him.
I acted like it was no big deal because they didn't seem too traumatized by it but reminded them that they can't use the computer without permission and scolded little kid for sneaking onto it. I'm really kicking myself for not having parental filter software installed since it's been on my list for a while now. I'm finding some TODAY. Mr. Ashley has also gotten some instruction on better browsing habits, because I suspect that Firefox's tab restore feature had something to do with this. Pretty sure (and by pretty sure, I mean positive) he looks at boobs on the internets too.
This morning I heard little kid in the art room. "What are you doing in there? You better not touch that computer."
He answered, "Don't worry, mumum. I's playin' Webkinz, not lookin' at boobies."
School starts in a week. They have computer class. Who wants to bet he tells the Lutherans that he's seen boobies on the internet?
Wow. Boobs on the internet at three. I really want to hear what you tell the Lutherans when they ask about it.
The Amazing Miss G's teacher told all us parents "I won't believe what they tell me about you, if you don't believe what they say about me (the teacher) when they come home." I can just imagine that all of the pre-school and kindergarten teachers out there know more personal business than you can imagine. Kerry
My 8 year old nephew typed; sexy girls into Google.
Poor thing, he probably thought he was going to get a girl dancing in a bikini- I can;t even tell you what came up- oh boys, those hormones are strong and come early
I am a preschool teacher.
I have no doubt he is going to tell.
Yowser. Good luck with that.
My 3-year-old told my mother-in-law that his "testicles were twisted" and then pulled them out to show her. Husband SWEARS he didn't teach him that... riiight.
Yep, he'll tell. Sigh. This is what I have to look forward to!My son just turned three. He loves the Victoria Secret commercials. He also calls girls "bombshells", and I'll note here that I didn't teach him that. That little gem came straight from Daddy.
LOL!! I'm always worried about what will come out at school, too!
OMG I have missed you! (and little kid)
Chay woke up with a Mr. Happy one day, pulled his pants down and said, "I like it when its like that!"
God help us.
Oh I can't wait to hear about the call you get from preschool. And I'm totally not judging. My soon-to-be-three-year-old-girl starts preschool in the fall too. And I am already anticipating the call about her activities during naptime. She regularly puts her hands down her pants and masturbates... actually masturbates until she ends with a sigh. It's disturbing, but I don't want to traumatize her, so I just told her that she needed to do that in her room. So, now she does it in her room, in her bed when she's tired. I know this is going to come up during naptime. Should be a fun phone call.
Oh yea you better go ahead and make up your excuse right now:)
Too funny! At least it wasn't anything worse since there is so much out there.
That made my night!
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