I’m in the grip of a miserable headache, so I will leave you with this:
My nephew Owen is two and a half and learning about life. Specifically, he’s learning about what makes his mother a mommy and what makes his dad a dude. Thus, he likes to ask who has a penis and who doesn’t. Because he’s a little boy, he feels very sorry for anyone who doesn’t have one and asks about their well-being frequently. My sister has decided just to answer honestly with a straight face, demystifying the anatomical changes.
That is, until, Owen told his father that he knew Mommy didn’t have a penis, but couldn’t Daddy buy her one at the store? And since he was buying Mommy one, couldn’t Daddy buy her a BIG one?
So much for the straight face.