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February 22, 2008

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Mary

ROFLMAO!!!

I did the same thing for my girls. I got them each a book and gave the books to them and told them when you are done reading, swap.

Worked like a charm. They learned a lot! I don't remember what the books were exactly but I think one was called The Period Book and the other one What Every Girl Should Know. Something along those lines anyway.

Great idea! Glad I'm not the only one who offered up a book instead of a Q&A session.

Sharon

What a horrifying moment for a young one! Bless her heart. But it was funny!

jozet at Halushki

ROFLOL!!!!!

OMG!

That is TOO funny, lol!!!!!

Your poor daughter!

Well, she'll always have a ready story handy when that "what was your most embarrassing moment" question comes around, lol!

Karen C.

Oh. My. Gosh. You gotta love it. And hey, that looks like a great book! I have a girl who will need a book like that before I know it. Ug.

JCK

I don't know which is funnier, the story in the grocery store of the fact that your daughter realized it 3 days later!! Great story, Jenn!

Nora Bee

Oh my. What a great story...I would have wanted to shrivel up and disappear if I was GuG.

Angie

LOVE IT! TOO FUNNY! LOL! LOL! LOL! LOL! Although, how else is a girl gonna learn about all the "M---tion" words. They should teach that in the book, too.
KEEP BELIEVING

debbie

Oh My Gawd!! THat is sooo funny!! And i do apologize for getting such a wonderful laugh at your daughter's expense, but...man! That was a classic!! Desiree's mom was probably all like "Did she say.....? Or did she say.....?"
Still laughing......!!!

Hilary

Thank you for the laugh of the day.. week.. month. That was priceless! :)

Reluctant Blogger

oh that was funny. Made me burst out laughing in a public place.

I remember my sister once used the word "prostitute" instead of "substitute" - that was embarrassing enough, mostly because it was used to embarrass her again and again and again - I suspect it still is!

DR John

Poor kid. And all of you rolling on the floor laughing. But then it was funny.

DR John

Poor kid. And all of you rolling on the floor laughing. But then it was funny.

stephanie (bad mom)

That is priceless. Three days later.

MamaBird

So, so funny. Love that story and something tells me it's going to make it down through the generations (smile). Loved the woman version of that book when i was in high school, tx for the tip on the girls' version -- will totally scope out for my DD in a couple years.

Kellan

Oh, poor cute little thing! She's a doll! and, that is a cute story. Take care - Kellan

Tootsie Farklepants

Hahahahahahahaha!!! OMG! That's so funny!

Suzanne

Oh My Gosh. SO funny.
I love your stories.
I MUST get the book though....
Up until I was 13 I thought vagina Started with a BBBBBBB.....Bagina.
NO books for me apparently.
I hope to do better by my girls.

Suzanne

Oh My Gosh. SO funny.
I love your stories.
I MUST get the book though....
Up until I was 13 I thought vagina Started with a BBBBBBB.....Bagina.
NO books for me apparently.
I hope to do better by my girls.

susan

I'm glad I'm reading this at night instead of in the morning as I would most likely have coffee spewed all over my screen! TOO FUNNY!!!

Lara

That was a hysterical story! Way too funny!

Manic Mommy

I was reading thinking, "Wow, wonder how I'd handle it (as the mom)." and "I wonder if Jenn read the book first."

It's even better knowing it was a total Freudian slip. But *beyond horrifying* when you're a teen!

texasholly @ June Cleaver Nirvana

HOLY CRAP that is funny. Seriously. OMG!

Thanks so much for linking!

Can I repost this on an upcoming Wed.? Please email me if you are interested...

Shamelessly Sassy

I'm late commenting on this post (by 8 months), but this is one of the funniest things I've read. I needed cheered up today. haha.

Reluctant Housewife

Oh no! The poor girl.

So funny, though.

Debbie

I just love this. I can feel her pain when the realization set in three days later. Poor thing. Did she get over it? I'm so glad you linked this through Holly. Great stuff.

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