Life Is Just So Daily

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Come Back, Hookers!!! have another Baby Gage story to tell.

We're sitting at a stoplight in the big city of Dallas, TX.
There are some hookers...yes, true to life lookin' like Bratz dolls hookers in the street.
Not on the street corner---in the street. I was at a reeeeeeeaaallly long red light, and was on the phone with my husband. I said something about, "OH MY GAAAAWWWD. There are HOOKERS walking *IN* the street, looking to spread a little 'holiday cheer.' I can't believe this..." yada yada.
Doors locked? Check.
They were approaching our car. Waved at Gage. Sized me up---apparently I don't look like I'm in the market for any hookers. But, I smiled....didn't want to piss off a pack of hookers, and didn't want to seem like I was judging them... {like it matters!!! Right?}

Well...."HOOKERS" is not really a word you want your 2yo son to know. So, parents---learn from me. Don't use that word in their presence. They somehow seem to know that when they repeat it---It's weird, & wrong, & funny at the same time.

So, like I said---the hookers approached our car. Saw that we weren't really interested...or at least *I* was not interested, and they kind of kept on moving down the line of stopped cars. Gage went to pieces when they were gone.

"Da Hookers Is Gone!"



I was laughing so hard. Oh my gosh. My child is yelling because the hookers left.
We get home....pull in the driveway. He's whining. He wants to "go back. get da hookers."

No Gage, I'm not going to get you a hooker. Not now, not ever. Hookers spread more than 'holiday cheer', mmmmkay?
And don't even THINK about asking Santa for one.



At 1:43 PM , Blogger shoeaddict said...

Can you imagine if ya'll were somewhere and someone asked him what he wanted for Christmas and he said "a hooka"!!

This story made me laugh out loud.

At 2:40 PM , Blogger Sherry said...

ROFL!!! Don't take him to sit on Santa's knee just yet..."and what would you like little boy"..."I want a hooker"...out of the mouths of babes!!!!!

At 3:35 PM , Blogger kimmy said...

That story was funny! I haven't seen any hookers here in Maine (unless they are bundled up like Eskimos - then they just look like everyone else)!

Glad you stopped by my little blog. What kind of Social Work do you practice? I worked in a hospital during my graduate program. Then I basically just worked with children ages 5-12 (in a residential setting and school setting). It was a good job, but I really enjoy being home with the kids!

Stop by again!

"tales of a blender"

At 3:44 PM , Blogger Kate said...

ROFL! Of course kids have a sixth sense about which words are naughty or embarrassing.

Yeah, I'm thinking setting a strict No-Hookers policy early on is a solid parenting strategy.

Oh, I needed that laugh!

At 3:56 PM , Blogger Chris H said...

Ya gotta love how a 2 year old will repeat EVERYTHING you say eh? Our wee girl who's 7 wants her very own jet plane for xmas... damned if I know where we will park it if Santa is nice to her!

At 3:57 PM , Blogger Chris H said...

Our big boys told Griffin (about 4 at the time) that all Ford vehicles were a "piece of shit" so now whenever he sees one he kindly tells the owner they are driving a piss of shit! NICE.

At 4:18 PM , Blogger Zephra said...

Starting him out on hookers a little young don't ya think?

At 4:56 PM , Blogger Beth said...

This is a story to save for the first girlfriend. (Not that you want to be thinking about that yet.)
Gage's first love and loss - hookers!

At 5:10 PM , Blogger mpotter said...

ohmigosh, that cracked me up!
and your response was even better!

um, good luck w/ that.
hope he doesn't read your blog when he's 18.

At 7:44 PM , Blogger A Mom Two Boys said...

Hopefully he won't be saying that when he's 25. Just kidding, gosh that was totally inappropriate! No more wine for me tonight!

At 7:44 PM , Blogger A Mom Two Boys said...

P.S. I have two boys myself, so it's not that bad, is it?!

At 8:16 PM , Blogger Jeninacide said...

Bwuuuahahahahahaaa!! OMG This SERIOUSLY just MADE MY DAY! Holy moly. HA!

At 11:45 PM , Blogger Barrie said...

A YouTube moment for sure!

At 7:05 AM , Blogger Not So Perfect said...

That is hilarious, definitely one for the baby books. Do you document stuff like this, other then on here? I haven't been and now I am thinking I should. Wouldn't that be so cool if when you are in highschool and feeling so unspecial and unfunny and uncute (this is how I felt sometimes) and your mom busted out with a story like this? Gage is a special little boy.

At 7:07 AM , Blogger Not So Perfect said...

Oh wait.. maybe highschool is a little young for this story, later maybe after he has kids of his own or is married.

At 8:29 AM , Blogger Mojavi said...

ok that is hilarious!!!!!!!!

At 9:35 AM , Blogger S said...

LMAO! that's funny!

At 11:39 AM , Blogger gmcountrymama said...

That is hilarious! They start younger and younger these boys.

At 12:15 PM , Blogger Stacie said...

ha well....preview to the future? LOL.

At 7:38 PM , Blogger ~love said...

we all know that LOL is so overused.....but gage seriously always has me CRACKING the computer room!

he's hilarious.

At 6:57 AM , Blogger Family Adventure said...

Oh.My.God. That is hilarious!

Heidi :)

At 8:27 AM , Blogger lauren w said...

this is amazing! Megan emailed me the story but i had to read it for myself! hahah!
lauren (f) w

At 8:41 AM , Blogger Steph said...

That is hilarious!!! I have to say though, I have never seen such a thing!

At 7:34 PM , Blogger Bonnie said...

Classic story- save that one to tell over and over again.

At 4:43 PM , Blogger Pokey Puppy said...

OH MY GOD.. I am laughibng so hard I'm crying and might have to change my pants!! Gotta love kids. Your hubby must have been proud though!


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