Have a laugh
A young mother sceptically examined a new educational toy. ‘‘Isn’t it rather complicated for a small boy?’’ she asked the sales assistant. ‘‘It’s designed to teach the child how to live in today’s world, madam,’’ the sales assistant replied. ‘‘Any way he tries to put it together is wrong.’’
A heavily pregnant woman is involved in a serious car accident and is placed into a deep coma for two months. When she awakens in hospital the doctor informs her that her twins were delivered by caesarean while she was still in a coma. “You had a bouncing baby boy and gorgeous baby girl!” he announces proudly. Recovering from shock, the woman looks around the hospital room confused. “But, where are my babies?” she asks. “Your brother has been looking after them,” the doctor explains. “Oh dear,” the woman laments, “Not Billy Bob! What did he name them?” The doctor looks down at the woman’s chart. “I believe he named the baby girl Denise.” The woman lets out a sigh of relief. “Okay, I suppose that’s not too bad. And what about the boy?” The doctor shifts uncomfortably on his feet as he reads from the chart: “Denephew”.
An embarrassing Mum story: “I was wearing a long scarf one day while getting my baby ready to go out. Right before we got in the car, I wrapped one side of the scarf around my neck thinking, Wow, look at me, still stylish with a twomonth-old. Little did I know that one of my daughter's nappies (unused, thankfully) had stuck to the scarf and was dangling down my back! I walked around like that until someone kindly said, "Ma'am, I think you've lost something." — Kimberly Morse, Jacksonville, FL