Wednesday, May 13, 2009

True Story

We did a little shopping last weekend. Before leaving the mall, Katie and I went to the bathroom. She didn’t have to go so she waited outside the stalls for me. When I came out, she was standing near the tampon machine. She points to the word “tampon” and starts to sound it out.

“What’s a tampon, mom?”

“That’s something that mom’s and big girls use. You don’t need to know about it right now. I’ll explain it to you when you’re older.”

She gave me a weird look, but accepted the explanation. I washed my hands and while I was getting some paper towel, she says . . . .

“Oh, look! They have napkins, too!”

1 comment:

Kerri said...

Good luck.
I've already been asked to give a "lesson".
Luckily it did't go well and she opted to stay with "napkins".