I Seriously Can’t Make This Stuff Up!

Oh my goodness!  My girls make me laugh!  Today after school, Skylar came down the hill waving a paper with a list of songs on it.  She does this all the time as she LOVES to make a CD of her favorite songs and often times she will make her “play list” during 7th period at school.  It is pretty funny to see her collection of songs. The same CD can have praise & worship music, songs from Rent or Mamma Mia, and Josh Groban.  She has quite an eclectic taste in music.

So today as we were driving to pick Chris up from work (he had a tire issue) the following conversation took place:

Skylar:  Mom, I made my list today & I need dad to buy 3 songs from iTunes.

Me:  Ok, what songs are they?

Skylar:  Teenage Dream, California Girls (Katy Perry version), & Evacuate the Dance Floor.

Me:  Sky, we aren’t going to buy California Girls because it is just not appropriate to listen to.

Skylar:  It isn’t?

Hailey:  No it isn’t!  In one part of the song they say “sex on the beach”.  That isn’t appropriate, although I’m sure you don’t even know what it means!

Me:  (stunned & a bit confused) Wow Hailey!  Do YOU know what that means?

Hailey:  Why yes, yes I do!

Me:  Well what does it mean?

Hailey:  Seriously mom?  I am NOT going to talk about that in front of Skylar!

Are you kidding me?  I seriously can’t make this stuff up!  I’m thinking that I need to sit down and have a talk with Hailey sooner rather than later!

Hope you are having lots of laughs this week!

Make it great!

JuJu

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14 thoughts on “I Seriously Can’t Make This Stuff Up!

  1. Boy did this put me in a total state of gratitude that my girls in their 20’s and I don’t have to deal with those topics and issues anymore! lol

  2. Great post! good luck in you journey with autism ~ our autistic twins are still in preschool so we’re not quite as far along in our journey but I appreciate the opportunity to read about other peoples’ experiences. Thanks for sharing.

    • Thanks for stopping by! Best wishes for you and your family in your autism journey. It’s a difficult road as you know, but there are many successes as well. Blessings to you!

  3. And you were driving during this conversation? Oh my! I am amazed by some of the things my oldest knows about. Thank gosh she still thinks boys have cooties.

    • I’m seriously lucky that I stayed on the road. I was so shocked & trying not to crack up. It’s amazing how much they learn at such an early age.

  4. OMG my daughter used to shock me so much and her friends were worse some of the things they would tell me used to make me blush. She’s 18 now and is such a prude lol

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