Yesterday, Saenz saw two insects stuck together at the butt. They were insects because each had six legs and they were beetles of some sort and were obviously having insect sex. ROFL
Yes, it seems everything on our farm procreates & all year long.
So he asks me, "MOM, are those gay bugs?"
I told him, "I don't know. " And told him to them over and check for the "Bs"
(boobs or balls).
He said, "Nope that it would be rude to break up their pairing." He did want to know if they were both boys.
Again told him I don't know if they were boys or girls. But, if he felt it was important not to like or see gay things living.
"JUST STOMP THEM."
To which he replied, "NOPE, they are not hurting me."
To which I answered, "Remember that--once you become a man. No need to hate or dislike that which can not harm you. Even if something can harm you, Saenz, you can usually walk away and leave it alone."
So, I can't wait to see what his ten year old mind will come up with next. I am very aware he is coming into his own opinions about sex and body functions. I have noticed him getting jokes on television. This fact means I need to be proactive and ready for his questions because he is hearing things at school and other places. We also have two female cats that go into heat regularly so, their biological changes prompt conversations at least once a month.
Never a dull moment @ Cow & Chicken Town