One thing (in a list of many) I never could have imagined I would say. Before children, there is no reason to say such things.
Ever since Easter, Tucker has been Ob-Sessed with those plastic eggs that come apart. He could (and does) play with them for hours. He yells into them, sucks on them, bangs them against any surface he can find, slides on top of them over the tile floor, and puts things inside of them (not including body parts, up until today).
So while I was changing his diaper, he was holding an egg that he had already separated. Right as I slid off his wet diaper, he cupped both parts of the eggs on his boy parts.
And that's when it came out: "No! Don't put the egg on your nuts!" After I said that, I wondered if I was the only person in history who may have uttered those words.
But on the other hand, maybe not, if your son shares the same fascination with his own penis and plastic Easter eggs.
I'm curious to know what kinds of things you other mothers have said over the years that sound ridiculous and may need explanation. :)