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Old 05-21-2011, 04:09 AM   #11
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Re: The birds and bees... for 3 year olds.

The other day I was helping myself to my second breakfast and my 4yo said "Why do you need more"
me "for the baby! The baby's hungry"
DS "You feed you AND the baby???"
me "yep, all the food I eat I have to share with the baby"
DS... thinking....
"Do you have a HOLE in your tummy?"
"nope, the baby is in a balloon, with a string going to it's belly button that all the food goes through"
"Can I be in a balloon while you feed me?"

So I told him he already was and that's how he got his belly button


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Old 05-21-2011, 07:52 PM   #12
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Re: The birds and bees... for 3 year olds.

So cute! My oldest is 10 and he STILL hasn't *really* asked how the baby got in there. We have watched videos on how the baby comes out though! I feel like we are doing things in reverse... you know watching the end results and ignoring how it all began.
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Always missing my 17 weeker E 7/25/11
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