As we dined at my most favorite Disneyland Resort restaurant, the Storytellers Cafe, it seemed that my secret place wasn't anymore, it was crowded and somewhat loud! But it doesn't matter in the slightest, the food is fantastic.
My favorite boy child is characteristically bouncing around, and able to cover alot of space in a very small one. He knocks his newly won stuffed Goofy onto his plate. My husband quickly grabs the toy from my son, begins wiping it off with his napkin....my lovely daughter quickly notices this and questions her father, yelling while stifling a laugh....(now it's important to note that with loud crowds there sometimes is a unexplained lull in the noise, a quiet spot in the roar. This is when she voiced her question)...
"Are YOU touching GOOFY's PENIS?"
I simultaneously covered my face with my left hand and her mouth with my right.
Is there a lesson to be learned? Possibly.... by the child rearing experts. Is it really necessary to teach them the anatomical names of their body? Are nick names really that bad....I'd have to say NO in this situation, I wonder if jaws would've dropped the same way if "wink" was used instead of penis.