Mama Diaries

Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Bubba's Harem

Before I tell my story, I want to give a huge thank you to all who stopped by for the interview with author, Deanie Humphrys-Dunne!  I'd also like to congratulate the winner of the autographed copy of her book - Jess at DMS!


Now for the story.

Yesterday, as I was walking up the street to meet my son after he had gotten off the bus, I saw a strange sight.  My boy was running as fast as he could, while a group of about four girls chased him.  They seemed to be about his age.

I stopped. Two seconds later, Bubba crashed into me.  The girls basically skidded to a stop.

"What's going on here?" I asked.

"We just wanted to talk to Bubba," one of them said.

"Oh," I said.  I turned to Bubba. "Then why did you run?"

He looked at me with a very serious expression on his face.  "Because sometimes I need a little peace and quiet.  These women are too noisy!"

58 comments:

  1. Oh what it is to be popular.

    Definitely a book to be had out of all these adventures.

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    1. I'm not sure if I'll ever create a series or comic books from these stories. Maybe someday.

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  2. I have to agree about girls being noisy since I'm a mom of 5. Bubba understands that.

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  3. Ha. I was like Bubba at one point. I saw boys who wanted to talk, and I would literally hide from them.

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  4. lol hopefully he'll remember that

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    1. We'll see if he feels the same way when he's a teenager.

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  5. I wonder if he will think that way in years to come?

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  6. There will come a time when he will want to be with girls. Then, he'll grow a little older and say, "These women are too noisy!"

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  7. ...and now I'm laughing. Wait and see, Bubba! (Darling story!)

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    1. I can't wait to see what he'll say in a few years. Or maybe I can wait! ;0)

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  8. I can imagine the sight - girls chasing one boy called Bubba.

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  9. Either way, he's a lucky boy. He will always remember girls chasing him.

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    1. Let's hope he doesn't get a big head from it!

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  10. don't tell him he has a whole life of putting up with them :)

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    1. Haha! He has a sister. I'm sure he's already figured out how impossible women can be! ;0)

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  11. That is so cute! I bet all those girls have a crush on him. ;)

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    1. I'm sure they do. He's a cute, personable kid.

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  12. Ah! So cute. Lol, he does know it would never stop?

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  13. He is so cute. I wonder if those girls were older than him.

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    1. I think they were a little younger or the same age. But he'd better run from the older women!

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  14. Wow, they learn so young don't they?

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  15. That cute, Sherry. I can just imagine that. Pretty soon, I foresee Bubba having less and less peace!

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  16. Hee hee. Tell Bubba it will only get worse. :-)
    P.S. I'm having issues with my gmail account in that a lot of blogs I follow like yours, I'm not receiving the posts. Ugh. technology.

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    1. Sorry about your tech issues. They can be a real pain.

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  17. I wonder if he said something--good or bad--that led to their desire for a conversation.

    Love,
    Janie

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    1. Reluctant now. Let's see if that changes in a few years.

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  19. Maybe he's at the stage where girls are still icky. :)

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  20. Oh, yeah. I remember the first few grades and every girl on campus literally chasing the "cute" boy. I have no clue what we'd of done to him if we caught him.
    Life & Faith in Caneyhead

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    1. Haha! Lucky Mama was here to save him. I don't know what would've happened if they had caught him!

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  21. Ha, I knew it. It starts now. Bubba's popularity with the ladies. :)

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  22. Awwww. That's so cute. We have a little heartbreaker for a charming subject. :)

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  23. Babu might be an apple to the eyes of those girls,

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  24. Ahhhh hahahahaha your son seriously gets cuter and cuter through every post!!

    www.bohemianmuses.blogspot.com

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  25. Boys everywhere are saying the same thing...but that will change. Oh, Lordy, will it ever!

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