As I sat peeing, Evan came in to see me.
Evan: Oh, I have to pee too!
Evan sat on his potty and started peeing.
Evan: Mommy, are you peeing from your bottom?
I see that our biology is a little weak. But do I want to explain what a urethra is? Should I keep it simple, allowing for years of misinformation and misunderstanding of the female body. Forgive me, future biology teachers, I’ll correct it my mistake before he comes to you.
Me: No. Girls have a vagina. That’s where they pee.
Evan: Oh. Mommy, where is your gina?
Me: (standing up and pulling my underwear and pants on. I point to my crotch.) Here.
Evan: Can I see your gina?
Excuse me? You can see one in sex ed when you’re older. You’re can see a real one when you’re in college and in love.
Me: No. It’s private.
A few hours later, I was washing some dishes, when I heard my husband peeing with the door open. Evan heard him too and joined him.
Evan: Daddy, do you have a gina?
My husband: No!
Ok, we’re still having issues with human biology.