Today was one of those days when you have the funniest and sweetest conversation with your child, the ones you promise to remember forever, and keep stored in your memory to share with them as they grow older, but surely forget. So, in order not to forget it, I am sharing it here with the world!
Today, after a potty break in the bathroom stall at a department store, my 3.5 year old son, Omid, turns around and in astonishment asks me: “Mommy, no you have doodool?” (Meaning, you don’t have a doodool (penis)?)
Me: “No, I don’t have a doodool. Girls don’t have a doodool.”
Omid: “Nikki have no doodool?” (Nikki is his sister. Obviously he’s concerned about her not having a penis as well)
Me: “No, Nikki doesn’t have a doodool.”
Omid, further connecting the dots: “Daddy have a doodool?”
And today, July 10th 2014 marks the momentous occasion of my son’s epiphany and realization of human anatomy. Congrats my son! You’re on your way to becoming a real boy 😉