Monday, February 18, 2008

what, am i a chicken?

this post has to do with "monthly female stuff", so if you (male readers) are woosie about that sort of thing, just stop reading. for those of you that aren't, you might get a good chuckle out of this.

i am one of those women that does temperature charting to know when i ovulate. it is something that i have done for the last 6 years. everyday i record my temperatures on an internet site that provides charts for people like myself. on this particular site they guesstimate the day of ovulation according to the temperatures i record. on the day of their "best guess" there is this cute little picture of a birds nest with an egg in it.

awhile ago, i was looking at one of my charts and nani was looking over my shoulder. i heard her counting quietly behind me and then she said, "it's been 5 days since you laid the egg!" to which i chuckled out loud and she said, "what?" oh, nothing dear! nothing at all....

CLUCK, CLUCK!

11 comments:

Erika said...

Thanks for the great laugh!! I love it :-)

Elizabeth said...

Oh, that's too, too funny! That almost sounds like a Lala comment, not a Nani one.

Bridget said...

That is so funny! Some day they will understand...

Michal said...

lol.

Malia said...

HAHAHAHA! so how is your egg laying going any how? haha

Mandy said...

kids say the cutest things and they can get away with so much more. so innocent, love it!

Melissa-Mc said...

Oh, Mahina, this gives me so many memories of us going through this together. Charting, blood draws, hormonal manipulation...It really is a miracle we get any of them here.

Danielle said...

that was so funny! what a funny story to tell her later on in life.

Katie Smith said...

That is the funniest story! Someday she'll understand more than she wants to! Still, you've got to love a little child's innocence.

Teresa said...

haha! that's really funny! I loved the photos in the more recent entries as well. Sorry I'm short on time or else I'd sign each one. Poor baby getting her hair cut! TS cried when I first cut his hair at six months. He was afraid of the clippers. He grows hair fast. Now he doesn't cry (6th or 7th haircut?) but he sure has a wild head! I loved all the photos of the park, even the one of her sucking the bar! :-)

Rachael said...

Hi-lar-EEEE-us