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Thursday, April 9, 2009

Mothering Moment...for Mothers of Teens by Jessica G.

If you notice your teenage boy suddenly stop sulking and start staring at the mother carrying her infant in a carseat, please, please inform that poor woman that she missed a button (or three) after her last nursing session and is baring her ultra frumpy nursing brassiere to the world. This may help you avoid an awkward conversation with your son later.

And she will appreciate it immensely.

17 comments:

Lola....L..O..L..A....lo--oh--luh! said...

Well that advice is about 2 years too late to help me out any. My poor nephew (19) confessed that he never wanted to see boobs again after unwittingly glimpsing mine while I was a nursing mom. Maybe that is the way to keep teen boys away from them....let 'em see nursing boobs!!!

Mary~Momathon said...

Having babies and nursing them in front of my teens and their friends... awesome birth control!

Amanda said...

LOL!

Kristina P. said...

Good call!

Bonnie the Boss said...

I chuckled, I know I shouldn 't have, but I did.

Melanie J said...

Oh, ouch.

Melanie J said...

Oh, ouch.

Karen said...

ah ha ha ha ha!

Jessica said...

Ohhh, so sad! New moms can't be held accountable for their lack of brains.

Kelly said...

You poor thing!!!!!!!!

Emma said...

That must have been embarrassing. Sounds like you took it in your usually humorous stride.

Mary said...

ROFL!!!!!!!

Kelli said...

Oh my goodness! That is too funny. I have to admit, one of my biggest fears is to walk into sacrement meeting after nursing the twins and having one of my boobs hanging out!!! I do a triple check every time.

Lady of Perpetual Chaos said...

Ah ha ha ha.....priceless! ;o)

SO said...

Oh my.

Jan the crazy lady said...

Hilarious. Good for that :)

Happy Easter Jessica

Steph @ Diapers and Divinity said...

Well, maybe it's a good think if it stopped the sulking in its tracks.

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