Saturday, January 16, 2010

Sunday Funnies: Human Anatomy From A Three Year Old

Every year I think that the majority of human kind hears the word resolutions and simotaniously we all think the same thing.
For most of us the new year feels like starting fresh, a clean slate, no more snickers bars before breakfast, and the sundae before bed will never cause heart burn again!
Some of us have more motivation for changing our diets than others.  I want to do it for health reasons.
My sister on the other hand has a three year old who started the ball rolling for her.
While sitting in a very quiet chapel last Sunday, surrounded by silent worshipers, Kerstina (my sister) had her loving little boy climb up on to her lap.  He snuggled up to her for a moment, then pulled away looking at her in a very curious way.
He started patting her gently, then in a boistrous voice he patted her boob and said, "Mommy, this is your little boob."  Then pointing at her stomach he shouted "And this is your big boob."
And then he smiled.
Now if that isn't motivation to loose a few pounds I don't know what is.

Sunday Funnies is a weekly theme here at Cake Crumbs. If you would like to play along just think back through your week and find the funniest thing that happened to you and jot it down. You can leave your story in the comments box if you would like. Or if you decide to do a post on your own site just mention it in your comment and we'll be sure to come check it out!


kayerj said...

oh I would just die! :o

Nat said...

Ha ha ha!

Your sister is far from fat!

Heidi said...

I know my sister isn't fat, but it was sure funny!

Rachel said...

That is too funny! My two year old thought I still had a baby in my tummy cuz its all saggy right now
:( I need to get my butt in gear!

Lisa @ Boondock Ramblings said...

Kids know just what to say, don't they? To get us motivated that kid did something similar awhile back and once I kick the flu I'll be back on working out to get the pounds off!

Unknown said...

hahahah kids are awesome, aren't they? LOL

Emmy said...

Lol! Oh my goodness... I would just die.

Anti-Supermom said...

Ha-ha, the exact same thing has happened to me with Wu before :)

Hope you are doing great, Heidi.

Chris said...

Ahhh kids. You can't live with them, you can't, legally, sell them.

My son, four years old, and fascinated by the breast feeding of his baby sister (six years ago), used to introduce himself to every woman he met, with the line "Hi, what's in YOUR boobs?"

Maude Lynn said...

Now, that is motivation!