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We visited my SIL and her kids after dinner tonight to drop off birthday cards from MIL since she won't drive down here. We were only there for 15 minutes but my niece and nephew have no filters lol. They are 8 and 6 respectively.
DH picked up my niece, and called her a lightweight. She proudly said "I'm 82lbs and that's obviously no where near as heavy as Auntie Jess!" (she no longer requires a booster in the car so she's pretty proud)
My nephew wanted to know how many sleeps till the baby will be here. His way of asking this was "When are you going to let the baby out to play?". Haha, as if I have control!
What kinds of comments have you gotten from kids (your own or others) about being pregnant? Please share!
My nephew was kinda young when I was pregnant with my son. He kept bugging me about when Dominic was going to be here. He was the only boy in the family at that point, I think he was looking forward to having a boy to play with. When I finally had him and Dylin, my nephew, had visited with us a few times he finally looks at me and asks, "Does Dominic do anything except sleep and poop?" I laughed my head off and had to explain to him that it would take a while for Dominic to be ready to play with him. He was so disappointed.
I taught Kindergarten am and preschool in the pm when I was preggo w/ DS. I got lots of fun comments but I think the best came from a 3 year old boy. He was intrigued by my belly button (through my shirt) and asked, "What is that? Is that his nose? (in a really loud voice) Nope, I think it's his weiner!" All of this in the hallway of a conservative christian school.
My kids are pretty used to it by now, so they haven't asked much this pregnancy, but they were full of questions when I was pregnant with Sophia. They kept asking what she was going to eat, and when I was trying to explain breastfeeding to them, Rylan (2.5 then) gasped and said "She's going to eat your boobies?!"