For sale... 11 year old boy, one careful owner....  

Thursday, 23 April 2009

Cute smile, cheeky face, very affectionate, works hard at school...only catch...has BIG mouth and NO volume control....

Yep, its official, any takers, I'm done, Deion has mortally embarrassed me for the last time...

He had a hospital appointment yesterday, ENT...local (unfortunately) packed waiting room (even more unfortunately).

About an hour into our wait, Deion, out of the blue...pipes up..."Mum, did you have a bad dream last night"
"No, Dee, why do you ask?"

Stupid, stupid, stupid me for asking!!!

"Cos I heard you moaning"

You know where this is going don't you???

I am well aware at this point that the whole waiting room and all the staff, receptionist and the man delivering mail is listening intently.

"Shh, Dee, we'll talk later."
"Why?"
"Because I said so."
"Okay, I was just asking, cos I heard you laugh, then you moaned, and I think you accidental hit daddy too, cos he moaned..."

I am DYING at this point!

I am vaguely aware of Deion giving me my own tried and tested advice on how to deal with bad dreams, but I can't listen as I am too busy trying to crawl under my chair...

Note to self...soundproof bedroom...scrap that...separate bedrooms, may as well, cos I can guarantee Dave is NOT coming ANYWHERE near me until the children have all left home!!!

Also, find another doctor...hospital...how easy is it to move out of the area completely???

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26 comments: to “ For sale... 11 year old boy, one careful owner....

  • budh.aaah
    23 April 2009 at 09:41  

    Oh God Sally, an absolutely hilarious post. Hahaaa I mean cant believe it happened - kids are so cute and innocent.

  • Ruth
    23 April 2009 at 10:37  

    Aaaggghhh! Hahaha - amazing humiliation!

  • Trojan Gayle
    23 April 2009 at 11:01  

    No comment....although i wanna here the "Uncut" version later!

  • Deb
    23 April 2009 at 11:11  

    first of all, i won't buy him from you, but i will happily trade! and lucky you! you'll get TWO for your ONE!

    funny story... hopefully he won't put two and two together anytime soon!

  • Sally's World
    23 April 2009 at 11:26  

    ahhh oh no, i never stopped to think about him putting it together...i am blushing again now...and i'm alone in the house lol!!!

  • mom24boys
    23 April 2009 at 11:49  

    Oh NOOOOOOO! Too funny! And horrifying all at once!

    I loved your comment about Deion and ice skating. That is awesome! I coul almost picture the sheer joy on all their faces! ;)

  • ~Tom~
    23 April 2009 at 13:28  

    Ok I let me start by apologizing. My entire office just asked me why I am laughing so hard. Of course this story is just way too classic not to share. So you are now somewhat of a celebrity. At least in my office. Thanks for having the courage to share this story. I am starting my day with a laugh.

  • Sally's World
    23 April 2009 at 14:31  

    Gee thanks Tom...thank goodness i am a long way away lol!!!

    i always knew I'd be famous one day...i sort of hoped it would be for something a little different...but hey !!!!

    oh dear...blushing again!LOL!

  • Becca
    23 April 2009 at 15:01  

    OH. MY. GOSH. I think I am blushing for you!

  • Mental P Mama
    23 April 2009 at 15:27  

    Oh that is too good.

  • RileyScott
    23 April 2009 at 15:32  

    Sally, I'm sorry to say this is priceless, but no reason to get all bothered about it.


    I mean come on, you have a small brood, most adults know the stork is a myth at this point. I know it's embarrassing, but I applaud the fact that you and your husband have what appears to be a healthy "relationship". Many are not so lucky after years of marriage.

    And it's not so bad if Deion puts it together, at least he won't find out in a room full of all his friends. That's what happened to me when I found out that taxes were only done once a year. And out loud I said "I wonder what my parents were doing all those sundays in their bedroom. Of course, bout 5 seconds after I said it, I figured it out to the great amusement of my friends.

  • RileyScott
    23 April 2009 at 15:33  

    Oh, and P.S.:

    Please don't punish Dave, he didn't do anything wrong. I mean come on, if he's like most men he screws up enough on his own without blaming him for his children's Gawffaws. :)

  • ~Thought's By Dena~
    23 April 2009 at 15:38  

    Been there done that more than ONCE....it seems to be a part of life when you have kiddos still living at home...heck I even have MORE embarrassing stories to tell...although I wont tell them not here at least heheheh Soon it will be one of those things you laugh about...honestly it will be !!!! Until then just gonna have to learn to keep it on the down low!!!

  • Randi Troxell
    23 April 2009 at 16:03  

    hehe! im soooo freakin glad i stuck around... im sorry for your pain but i just HAD to laugh... that was bad... really bad! lol!

  • "FINE"al thoughts...
    23 April 2009 at 16:45  

    Oh, Sally! That is too funny. It reminds me of a time (unfortunately not that long ago) where my daughter was impatiently knocking on our door which was locked on a Sunday afternoon. I told her to wait for me in the family room, that I'd be there in a few minutes. Well...a couple minutes later I hear her outside the door asking, "Geesh....what's YOUR problem in there?" Nothing like an eavesdropping kid to be a buzzkill. :)

  • Cheryl
    23 April 2009 at 17:10  

    OMGosh..that is TOO funny!!! I can totally see one of my kids doing that to me! Kids are so inquisitive that they just won't drop the subject, they gotta keep hounding you for information! I feel your embarassment! I agree with Riley Scott though...be thankful that you have such a healthy relationship with your hubby...not every couple is that fortunate. :o)

  • Dragon
    23 April 2009 at 19:15  

    LOL OMG that is so funny!! yeah my face would have turned beat red and that would have given me away for sure. goes with the "kids say the darndess things"

  • Linda
    23 April 2009 at 19:20  

    I kind of remember 11 year old boys! They take the cake, don't they! Wait until they are 16 and can figure out the moans and groans! LOL!

    Thanks for visiting my site, and I'll be back to yours too.

    Have a great day.

  • Just A Mom (Call me JAM for short)
    24 April 2009 at 00:08  

    If you're going to wait until all the kids leave home... That's going to be a L O N G wait girl! Gotta find another way.

    Love the story. Kids... thank goodness they're cute.

  • Joanie M
    24 April 2009 at 00:46  

    Lord, Sally! That's hysterical! Mostly because it wasn't ME!

  • Candance
    24 April 2009 at 00:58  

    I am laughing yet mortified for you all at the same time. OMG, yeah I'd be cutting the hubby off, too. If I had one.

  • Kaila
    24 April 2009 at 01:50  

    Oh that's good. I needed a good laugh! Did he actually use the word "moaning?" Smart boy, at least he knows the lingo.

  • America's Next Top Mommy
    24 April 2009 at 02:02  

    OMG- I'm cringing!!!

  • Cherie
    24 April 2009 at 02:07  

    This is why I carry Duct tape!! Ha Ha I have 12 different colors and I am not afraid to use it :D

    Your son sounds so cute!!

  • BoufMom9
    24 April 2009 at 06:52  

    LOL! I have had something VERY similar happened, but my daughter said it infront of our plumber. UGH!
    Can't turn more red, can you?
    YIKES!

  • Sally's World
    24 April 2009 at 08:20  

    I'm so glad its not just my kids lol...duct tape...why didn't i think of that!!!

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