Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby

Posted on September 18th, 2009

As a mom, I spend a lot of time answering questions on everything from

Add me to your rss reader | Become a Fan on Facebook!

You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

8 Responses to “Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby”

  1. mrsbear Says:

    Each of my kids is at a different stage according to your list. lol. My oldest is transitioning from the denial stage to the teenage stage (which in some future might possibly be the doing it stage) which will also be the when mom turns to antidepressants stage. ;)

  2. Laurie Says:

    Oh, yes, the infamous Mom turns to Xanax stage ;) Forgot that one!

  3. pixielation Says:

    We’re at stage 4, and I keep getting questioned about does it hurt when the baby comes out. I kinda lie about that one, because the truth about it would make their little eyes go so wide that they’d probably pop.

    The first stage was funny though. You don’t realise at first how their perception differs from yours. On being told that the fat lady had a baby in her tummy, this factoid ticked over and over for a while, and then a few days later came back as “Why did the lady eat a baby?”

  4. Laurie Says:

    Isn’t it funny how they think? My sister thought that there was a door in your stomach that let the baby out. Yeah, so much better than the truth!

  5. Audrey Says:

    Just submit your post to my facebook, cant wait to share this.Think all of my folks will see this…Thanks.

  6. Source for travel booking Says:

    Your post hmm ? Blog Archive ? Hello world! was very interesting when I found it over google on Friday by my search for hmm. I have your blog now in my bookmarks and I visit your blog again, soon. Take care.

  7. Ginny Says:

    You forgot the most annoying and disturbing stage in the late teenage years if you have a very wayward teenager. They actually WANT to do it and will be obsessed with everything and anything about it. Boys (and girls) will make sex jokes, innuendos up the wazzoo, and try to experiment on their own. These are the worst years of my life when I wonder where my darling little girl who used wear pull-ups went and I wonder why my boy is trying read porn and not Boy’s Life…… God help me, I need a drink, but your articles are hilarious and most of them help me get through my daily struggles!

  8. Raphael Goodenberger Says:

    Following searching Google I found your site. I think both are great and I is going to be coming back again to you and them in the long term. Thanks

Leave a Reply