Disclaimer: The following is not appropriate for the sophisticated reader.
I have a beautiful little 20 month old girl. She loves to wear dresses, she's very particular about which shoes she wears, she brings me a hair bow to put in her hair almost immediately upon waking up in the mornings, and she loves to wear my jewelry and carry a purse. She is turning into quite a prissy little girl. However...She also laughs hysterically whenever she farts. She finds it funny all the time, but it's the height of humor for her if I'm in the middle of changing her diaper and she passes gas. I suppose it's a learned behavior from her two big brothers. And honestly, after watching the boys find flatulence so humorous for the past couple of years, I must admit that I find myself laughing right along with them. Forget about teaching some manners and telling them, "Boys, that's rude! Don't laugh, just politely say excuse me!", when I'm cracking up like an immature child as well.
Jonathan usually just gets annoyed with all four of us. He's much too mature to find farting humorous.
Farting is comedy at the Cash house too. And it's probably largely my fault. For laughing, not for farting--to be clear!
My dad and brother used to have farting contests. It got to the point my mom and I would be running outside gasping for air. I still think they're funny! Biblically speaking, we're supposed to be like children. I'm sure God thought it was hilarious when He thought of it!
That is TOO finny! Did I tell you what happened the last time I kept your precious little ones? Lauryn wanted to sit on my lap on the left side, Ryan on the right. In a few minutes Ryan got down, went to the corner and passed "gas". I asked him why he had done that he started laughing and told me "mommy said it's not nice to fart on people" And laughed all the harder. It was TOOO funny.