Bowie: So that's how you change a diaper!
Ann Marie: Yes. And if you occasionally helped Nanny Wendy with Connor's diapers,
you would know that.
Bowie: Well, you guys seem to have everything under control.
Connor: Ba ga koo!
Bowie: Hey, what's that?!
Meghan: >whispering< That is s-e-x.
Meghan: Shh! Not so loud!
Ann Marie: Didn't you know?
Bowie: I always thought sex was...uh, well...I'm not sure what I thought.
But I didn't think it was that.
Meghan: Yeah, that's what it is. Kind of surprising, isn't it?
Bowie: Boy, I'll say.
Connor: Oook flep poka.
Ann Marie: Apparently baby girls have sex too, but it looks a little different.
Bowie: But, uh, we don't have sex?
Meghan: Oh no, as near as we can guess, it eventually just goes away by itself.
Ann Marie: Like a pimple.
Bowie: Well that's a relief. I'm really surprised though; the big people
always act like sex is such a huge deal.
Meghan: Does anything the big people say or do ever make sense?
Ann Marie: It's true. I'm afraid the big people are rather clueless.
Bowie: I guess you're right.
Meghan: It's probably best that we not mention this conversation to the others.
Ann Marie: It would just upset them.
Bowie: Oh, for sure. I mean Connor's just a little baby. It's not his fault that he has sex.