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Farm Boy Mentality

>3 August 2012
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As I was cutting Titus’ hair yesterday, the following funny conversation ensued…

Titus, pointing to his chest: “Mommy, what are these?”

Me: “Pecks.”

Titus: “Oh! Like a chicken pecks!”

Me: “Yep!”

Titus, after thinking for a minute: “Mommy, you have milking pecks!”

Me: Laughing

Titus, continuing the thought: “Yeah, you’re kinda like a cow!”

Me: ” Um. Let’s not go repeating that, okay?!”

Hahaha… you never know what’s gonna come out of this boy’s mouth!

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  • Sara said:

    That’s too cute!
    My oldest, 2 at the time, lifted her shirt and was worried by the “spots” on her chest. I told her it was OK, because they were supposed to be there and that they were her baby boobies. She then informed me, my husband, her little sister, and the dog that we all had baby boobies too. haha
    I just love what kids say.

  • Jessica D. said:

    kids are precious, the way they think is so cute. Love the picture!

  • LindaG said:

    Kids say the darndest things, as Art Linkletter used to say. :o)

  • Amy said:

    CUTE! Farmkids have the greatest observations, I think. Those little minds are ALWAYS working!

  • Tabatha said:

    My son said the exact same thing! I asked him after that if he thought I was as big as a cow and he said no, you just milk like one! LOL

  • Bobbi said:

    What a cutie. He looks like you too! :) lol Do all your kids looke like you??

  • Kendra at New Life On A Homestead (author) said:


    LOL… that’s so funny! Kids… ;)

  • Kendra at New Life On A Homestead (author) said:

    Thank you, Bobbi!! Everyone says they look like me until they see my husband, lol. Then I get no credit whatsoever ;)

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