Teenage boys

23 Feb


I forgot to get The Jess to put the pram in the car the other day when she took us to the plaza (shopping mall, in case you didn’t get that).  I still can’t drive or move heavy things around because my stupid arm is still in a cast from just below my elbow to the middle of my hand. sigh.

I had the Ergo (baby carrier) in the car, so I just put Daniel in there.  After a bit of shopping, he got hungry.  I pulled down the strap of my tank top and unhooked my bra cup.  Good thing about the ergo is, baby can feed while in it.

We walked to the play area (there is an awesome indoor free play area next to the food court. Brilliant idea Westfields…) so Hannah could play a bit before going home.  Get some of her bottomless energy out.

Daniel finished eating and I got him out of the ergo and took it off.

“I have to go pee pee.” Hannah told me.

We got up to take her to the little toilet in the parents room.

On the way, we passed a group of teen-aged boys.  They started giggling like school girls.

I looked down.  Oops.


At least it wasn’t actually my boob.  Just my flesh-coloured bra that could easily be mistaken for one by passers by.  And yes, I did say “Oops, my boob’s still out.” out loud. Right in front of them.  I was talking to the Jess.

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4 Responses to “Teenage boys”

  1. thebabywearingblog February 24, 2012 at 4:40 am #

    Ha, ha… whoops! I bet they talked about that for days! 😉

    New follower from the Make New Friends Blog Hop.

  2. gecababe February 28, 2012 at 8:24 am #

    Ooopsie! No wonder the male teenagers were giggling like girls 😀

    Hopped here from Finding New Friends Weekend Blog Hop.

  3. Camille March 5, 2012 at 3:42 pm #

    Hahah, don’t feel bad. It’s happened to all of us. And it doesn’t stop when they wean… I had to chase my toddler out of the dressing room into a store with my pants barely on and fully open in the front the other day…

    • Sheri (Mommy Stuff Blogger) March 5, 2012 at 7:04 pm #

      Hahaha! They really shouldn’t make the bottom of those dressing room doors so high up, it’s too easy to escape!

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