Monday, October 27, 2008

You did WHAT to WHO?

Oh my gosh, Oh my gosh, Oh my gosh....

I did not mean for that to happen...

I thought I was being slick and I would never be found out....

I was wrong....

I usually keep my ear tuned into the radio and make sure that the music is age appropriate (at least while my 6 year old daughter is in the car.) But today I just let it get the better of me. I thought that if I just had the song on in the front of the van, and if it was down low, and if she was still telling her story, then I would totally get away with it.

Obviously I didn't because when we got out of the van and came into the house, she went to the restroom and that's when I heard it....

My sweet, sweet 6 year old daughter singing THAT!


"I kissed a girl and hmmm hmmm hmm lala la la lalaaa la."

OH MY GOSH! OH MY GOSH! OH MY GOSH!!!!!!
How am I going to explain this one to her dad?

24 comments:

heidi said...

Ooooooh naughty naughty!!!!!

I hate that song LOL My 9 year old came home from school singing it. She's old enough that I explained it to her and told her not to sing it anymore.

Rob doesn't pay attention to the words of songs, so we've had some interesting songs sung at our house. Bah.

Heidi Zawisza said...

You can't. But at least it wasn't Apple bottoms which MY daughter sings.........oops!

Davisix said...

Thanks for stopping by my blog...I'm so glad you did! :) And I HATE that song...HATE, HATE, HATE! I was at the orthodontist with all 4 of the Things and it was playing over all the speakers throughout the office. I was talking REALLY loud to the kids so they wouldn't hear the song. I never stopped rambling...no idea what I was saying...just rambling. LOL Ang

Heidi said...

I also am totally against that song. It is harder to control what my teenagers listen to but that song is still taboo. I went out of my mind when I found out that my 16 year old made a cd for her 9 year old sister and put that song on it. You know it's really bad when even the 3 year old knows the words to it, just from her older sisters singing it while listening to their ipods.

ali said...

I was all prepared not to like that song before I even heard it for myself. But darn if it isn't so catchy!

Brandy said...

I understand...my little ones like to sing the Avril Lavigne song about being a mf princess, yep, explain that one....hugs!

Killlashandra said...

hehehehe...that's a cute story. I like that song too and sometimes there's no helping what they repeat from the radio or the TV.

Thanks for stopping by and reading my guest post over at Melody's!

Heidi Zawisza said...

left ya something at my place!

Rebekah said...

lol- they do remember and repeat, and it always seems to be the worst of what they hear.

My girls are always singing songs, when they sing the lyrics, it makes me very aware of what I am listening to. They remember the words better than I do

Burgh Baby said...

I've given up. At least mine is 2, though, and it's still hard to understand what she's singing!

Pregalicious said...

i still love that song and if you really listen to the words its pretty innocent. WAY more innocent than "skeet skeet skeet" or "superman dat ho" or "makin it rain", etc., etc. you're still ok in my book!

Jean said...

If it's any consolation, all 3 of my boys have been corrupted by NKOTB and their songs aren't the sunshine and rainbows type. All of this due to me playing the CD a hundred times over...thank goodness they've never really asked what the songs mean.

Mother Goose said...

OHHH don't you hate that! and the thing is those songs are always the catchiest tunes to sing along to! I found you because you are a follower of my blog so I decided to follow you too!

'cause that's how I roll

i look forward to getting to know you better. I hope you like to comment because I sure do.

Marinka said...

Explain to her dad? I distinctly remember that she was with her dad when she heard that song. I am your witness! I hope that we can find it in our hearts to forgive her dad.

Jennifer, Playgroups Are No Place For Children said...

Ha! I remember when I was little, my friends weren't allowed to listen to Grease Lightning. I had NO IDEA why until I was 25 years old and realized that song talks about naughty things!

Scarlet O'Kara said...

My 5 year old sings just about anything...and I get some really "What an awful mother" looks by some of the lyrics that she repeats from "Baby Got Back". Why did they have to include that song in "Alvin And The Chipmunks"?

And in regards to that post that you didn't want to look at...and I don't blame you 'cause I still get creeped out...it was a story on a spider in Australia that was so big that it caught a bird in it's nest and ate it! The pictures are horrific!

dani c said...

Hahaha that's too funny...and I hate that song too.

Alicia said...

I've never heard that song (I heard about it though). Thank God that we don't ever listen to the radio!! But, yes, we have to be very careful what we filter through to our children. They're always listening even when we think they're not. Ay yi yi!!

Melissa said...

Oh my! LOL I too have learned that kids have radar ears!

Thanks for visiting my blog.

Kim N said...

Ha! I have found myself if similar situations. I don't listen to the radio, but my husband has several mix cd's of classic rock and we have caught our son singing a few songs he probably shouldn't know.

Southern Fried Girl said...

Hey, thanks for stopping by the ole blog.

OMG, that song. I think that chick put it out just to drive people insane.

tollesons4him said...

Ok, my girls don't sing that because as soon as it comes on I change it but Em does sing Apple bottom jeans and does the dance so I can relate. Their daddy hates it.

Kirsten said...

LOL! I've done that before!
They are ALWAYS listening!!!!

Colleen - Mommy Always Wins said...

At least she isn't singing "hot damn, this is my jam..." Cuz I certainly don't know ANY three year olds who do...