My husband and I were in the middle of trying for another child and all of a sudden we hear this tiny voice say "Daddy dont put your weewee in there. Thats yucky!" We were both mortify to see our three and a half year standing there. I looked up at the door and it was still locked. He had after we put him to bed snuck back in our room and hid in the closet so we didnt know he was there until he was standing next to us doing the deed. We got dressed quickly and told him it was time for him to go back to bed. When we put him in bed he said very loudly to his older brothers. Daddy had his weewee in mommy's butt" I about died of embarrassment but my older children didnt know what was going on.
I dont know if we have traumatized our child I feel like a bad parent now for not checking every nook and cranny before getting it on.
Will he forget about this? Or is this something he is going to remember forever and keep brining up.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:41 PM on Dec. 19, 2010 in Preschoolers (3-4)
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Answer by lovemylilman06 at 9:15 AM on Dec. 20, 2010
I really just about fell out of my chair when i read this....LOL !!! Kids say the darndest things dont they ??? I dont think that he will be traumatized tho, but he may not forget it for a while. I just hope if he goes to school that he doesnt get asked "what did you do while on christmas break?" your son- "i saw daddys wee wee in mommys butt" LMAO !!!!!
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Answer by SMALLfry05 at 11:57 AM on Dec. 20, 2010
He probably wont forget. It is part of life though. My son walked in on my dh and I over the summer. I was relieved it didnt tell anyone. He spent all summer being trained to knock before he walks into a room.
Answer by bseastrand at 11:59 AM on Dec. 20, 2010
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