OK, I tought I would share something that might make a few of you chuckle... Last night difficult child and I are sitting on the floor putting together presentation packets for a breakfast meeting this morning. It was so much fun, and he was just talking away. Out of the blue he says, "Mom, I hear kids say, "You should wear a condiment" I do not understand what that means". I said, "Son, what exactly do the kids say" (Keep in mind he is in sixth grade) He says, "They say when you have sex you need to wear a condiment" It was so hard for me not to laugh! I said, "Oh, I think I understand now. What they are saying is a condom not a condiment" I explained what a condiment was and what a condom was. He asked why does a man wear a condom. I explained about pregnancy and sexual transmitted diseases. He wanted to know more about the diseases and what they do. I only had to name three and he yelled, "Oh my god, I am NEVER having sex. That is disgusting" Then he said, "It is good you explained this to me, now I can correct everyone tomorrow and explain what a condom is" LMAO. I told him that this was really a private conversation and sex is something that the kids should talk to their parents about. I told difficult child to tell the kids to talk to their parents. I sure hope he doesn't end up in the principals office today! Oh our difficult child's...gotta love em!