Wednesday, January 7, 2009

built in toy

Here's a question for parents of boys (maybe girls too)...is the phrase "take your hands out of your pants?" a regular part of your vocabulary? Jack is so happy with his built in toy that he even dreams about it.

This phrase has actually become the tag-line at the end of most of my sentences, "Jack, what do you want for lunch? - take your hand out of your pants." Is this just a phase or is this a trend that will continue?

6 comments:

Lauren said...

At least your child is a boy. The tag line in my house is "Libby what do you want for lunch? Stop touching yourself!"

Krystyn said...

I'm with Lauren...I don't think it's a boy thing!

I think it's hilarious that you took a picture of him. Now, you can't ever show him your blog!

Grammy said...

Girls grow out of it, but I'm not sure boys do!

Lisa said...

That looks like one for his rehearsal dinner slideshow. I don't think they grow out of it. Too funny. Almost as funny as when I thought I was commenting on this and hit the post above and saw Krystyn's comment about how great it is when they start grabbing for stuff (Charlie).

Alex Powell said...

FYI. We don't grow out of it. And we like it that way.

Anonymous said...

LOL, Emily! Liam just discovered his...fun times are ahead.

-April H.