Conversations with a 7 year old


I just had the following conversation:

Everett: Mommy. Do you think I should go get the towel?

Me: What towel?

Everett: The towel I dried my butt on.

Me: You dried your butt on a towel?

Everett: Well I was taking a shower.

Me: Okay…

Everett: And I had to go to the bathroom. I didn’t want to get the toilet seat all wet, so I got out and dried my butt on the towel.

Me: The hand towel?

Everett: No, a regular towel. Should I go get it? You know, since my butt was on it?

Me: Well, where did you leave it?

Everett: I put it back in the hall closet. (Pause) I should probably go get it and put it in the laundry.

Me: That’d be a good idea.

Everett ::::runs off to get the towel:::::

The end.

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3 Responses to Conversations with a 7 year old

  1. Marcella

    HAHAHA! This is so funny but oh so true! I love his honesty with you and I love how he KNOWS with all of his being that you won’t be mad or criticize him for putting a soiled towel in the closet (even though that is disgusting!).

    I just found your blog a few days ago and am thoroughly enjoying reading it. 🙂

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