December 3, 2009

The Difference:

We got a couple of stuffed moose (is there a plural for moose?) in the mail yesterday. My kids were thrilled.

More than that, these moose have given me further evidence of the differences between girls and boys.  My daughters dressed and undressed them, danced with them and made them talk to each other. My two year old son, on the other hand, made them hit each other and then burst into hysterical laughter.

9 comments:

Kristina P. said...

My best friend in college told me that the plural of "moose" was "meese." He was ridiculous. Moose is singular and plural.

Melanie said...

Wait, girls and boys are different? J/K That's a cute story. :)

The Boob Nazi said...

My roommate from Canada said it was meese as a joke, but then she kept trying to back it up by saying, "I'm from Canada! I'D KNOW!!!!" UGH I hated her.

Rochelle said...

I can totally see my boys doing the same thing!

Emmy said...

Lol! And to think there are people that say all of the gender differences are socialized!

wonder woman said...

Boys will be boys will be boys.

Lourie said...

I was having this conversation just the other day...why do we say MICE and not HICE. Why is it geese and not meese. Whatever it is, I can totally see my girls doing that and then my son doing what yours did.

Erin said...

My boys definitely would have done things like that with the moose too. How funny.

Sell...Party Of 3 said...

I'm scared of the differences between boys and girls. I'm not sure that I am ready for it. LOL.

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