deliver nurse by a six year old

  1. My husband and son picked me up from work the other day, a friend of ours works at the same hospital and was talking to me when they drove up. My six year asked me if we worked together. I told him no that Ms. Denise worked in the clinic and I worked in Delivery. My son told me "Mommy, you couldn't deliver anything last night, you didn't have the car." Strange how we take for granted what words mean. :kiss
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  3. by   nrs2bme
    I have a seven year old and that's exactly something she would say...
    One time she asked what we were going to do for the day... I told her "oh we're just going to kick it" she asked "kick what?"
    S
  4. by   nrw350
    Thats like the Paramedic joke:

    One dark rainy night a lady was home alone with her 8 yr old daughter when she went into labor. The mommy instructed the daughter to dial 911. The firefighter/paramedic arrived and the power had gone off. So the firefighter/paramedic asked the little girl if she would help him by holding the flash light. After the delivery and the firefighter/paramedic had popped the newborn on the rear to breathe he asked the little girl about what she had just seen. She said "spank him again for crawling in there".

    ROFL

    Nick
  5. by   Furball
    awwwww so cute. I asked my 9 year old a few years back if he wanted to see the musical "Cats"....he pondered for a moment and replied "nawww...I'm allergic to cats." and wandered away.
  6. by   Sleepyeyes
    Explained to the 5 kids (all under age 9) that I was going back to college. 7-year-old acts weird for about 3 days before finally blurting out, "Well when you go back to college, will you at least come back and VISIT us???!!"
  7. by   Kikumaru
    Reminds me of my pediatric instructor when she informed us
    "Don't tell the pediatric patient that you're taking his vital signs or temperature."
  8. by   Sleepyeyes
    Originally posted by Kikumaru
    Reminds me of my pediatric instructor when she informed us
    "Don't tell the pediatric patient that you're taking his vital signs or temperature."
    at least without telling him when you'll give them back....
  9. by   rdhdnrs
    When I first started in L&D, my 6-year-old asked, "Mom, how do you know where to deliver all those little babies to, when it's so dark outside?"
  10. by   anitame
    Kids are SO funny. I delivered my first baby a couple weeks ago and was on cloud 9, very excited. The next morning my 4 year old asked, like always, what I did at work last night. I said, "Mommy got to deliver a baby. "
    Her response, "To where?"
    LOL

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