Tushies come in all shapes and sizes.
There are songs and dance moves about the beloved behind. I even remember booty dancing to Sir Mix-a-Lot’s song, “I like big butts and I cannot lie!” What’s so shocking about the beloved booty?
My son and I were on a productive adventure at Costco, his favorite store. As we trucked along down one of the aisles he said, “Mommy! Look, behind you!” So naturally I turned around to look.
I saw nothing out of the ordinary.
Then he asked an extraordinary question: “Mommy, why is her tushie so big?”
Of course he was not quiet and she heard him. I realized we had just entered the “crazy-things-kids-say” phase, also know as the “why and how” period of his toddler life.
I saw her stare at me and I knew her stare was just so she could hear what I was going to say to my kid. I could …