Kasanova Kade - Part Two

Do you remember this character?

It's Kade, our youngest child and only boy. He's 6 and in Kindergarten.

Back in December I blogged about him staying behind during recess to kiss a girl.

As if that didn't bring a little shock to his parents, this week Jolene was treated to this out-of-the-blue conversation:

Kade: "Mom, do you know what tongue kissing is?"

Mom: "Yes -"

Kade: "It's when you kiss and your tongues touch."

Mom: "You shouldn't do that."

Kade: "Is it against the law?"

Mom: "Yes it is."

I thought Jolene handled that pretty well, but she was obviously a bit flummoxed. Kade wandered off, his short attention span shifting to something else.

It was like a soldier pulling the pin from a grenade and dropping it, then forgetting about it and walking off - leaving his platoon to deal with it.

I was in the next room and only caught the tail end of the exchange, but our oldest daughter Jamie caught the whole thing and we were trying desperately to muffle our laughter.

But this topic was odd enough it made me wonder: Is it a harmless phase, or some early signs of a future womanizer? Will he become like The Continental, Fred Garvin, Deuce Bigalow, David Duchovny (or most celebrities)?

Why do I get the feeling we're going to have our hands full with this one.


MOCougFan said...

Have fun with that. I'll keep my 3 daughters in Missouri.

Quick question.... do you have an elevation profile from your last RAWROD ride? Just trying to get prepared.

Kathleen @ ForgingAhead said...

That would throw me for big 'ol loop! I think the grenade metaphor is perfect. See, this is why I don't have kids. Good luck!

JoshuaMcC said...

As someone who also has a six year old in kindergarten, I am just glad he's not in your kids class. They seem to be on the Advanced Placement schedule for teenage drama. A neighbor told me his daughter was in love with one of my boys and when I asked him about it he said "...I hate her, she always stands by me and stuff" Obviously he's inherited his fathers smoothness with the ladies.

KanyonKris said...

That "smoothness with the ladies" gene must be recessive since I don't think he gets it from me. I still don't know how I got married. ;-)

29er said...

So what does that say about me?!
Love, Jo