Yesterday, I came home from work and was in my room resting before a night on the town with The Husband. Bumblebee came in to snuggle with me, and as we were snuggling, Hollywood came in to talk.
Bumblebee sat up and spied a square blue package on my nightstand with the word 'Trojan' on it.
"Momma, what is this?" She asked.
I was evasive, "Oh, honey, that's just a grownup thing."
Hollywood started to chuckle. Bumblebee was insistent. "But what is it?" She kept picking it up and holding it.
I kept taking it from her and putting it down, cursing myself for leaving it out on the nightstand.
Hollywood decided to help with the explanation: "That's something that makes sure you don't have any more brothers or sisters," she laughed.
"Huh?" Bumblebee wasn't satisfied. "Really. What is it?"
At this point, The Husband came in and I pleaded for help with the conversation.
"It was easier when we used the pill," he said. "You could tell her it was medicine."
Again, Bumblebee asked what the square, blue package was.
I sighed and told her that it was a giant aspirin that prevents an 18 year headache.
Later on, after our date, The Husband asked me if I needed an aspirin.
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