Maybe a Little Bit of Information can be too Much

I try to give my kids the correct words for things. You know, anatomy words.Dora Chutes and Ladders

I suppose this is why I keep having to tell Claudia that she can’t carry Chutes and Ladders around in her uterus.

Now she is calling it her “uterus game”.

I sincerely hope they don’t have Dora Chutes and Ladders at school.

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  1. BWAHAHAHAH!!

    That’s hilarious

    Ian

  2. that is hysterical…the uterus game…LMAO!!!

  3. As long as Claudia doesn’t pay off the grumpy troll to see his one eyed monster snake, I think it’s all cool. Obviously we don’t use anatomically correct words at our house. Who-hoo is another favorite.

  4. In the drinking game version of Chutes and Ladders, 69 is a social.

    Just thought I’d share.

  5. Is no one else concerned that Claudia is trying to carry this game in her Uterus? How exactly did this start? and why? Is Dora really all that?

  6. uter-us (yoot’ er us) n. 1. a hollow, muscular organ of female mammals in which the ovum is deposited and the embryo and fetus are developed; womb 2. a similar structure in many invertebrates 3. or, you know, a pocket for a board game

  7. at least she isn’t calling it her anus game. Cuz then you’d have to hunt down and mideval on whoever told her to shove the board game up her ass.

  8. How did she go about saying “carry chutes and ladders in my uterus” in the first place? I sense back story here! 😀

  9. Hahaha! That is too funny! The things kids say, you can fill a book with it.

  10. That sounds so much like my son. The other day he was talking about how pee comes out of his “uretherus” and how capri pants are for people with a uterus. Damn our smart kids. But seriously, why did she want to carry it in her uterus? Is there a story to go along with that?

  11. I’d also be concerned if it were her “Virginia” game.

  12. I want the story behind the snippet we got here. I’m curious.

  13. Could she have understood it to be “Utes and Ladders”?

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