Sunday, March 21, 2010

He is not a she, sir.

Clark and I went to Walgreens yesterday to pick up a prescription for an antibiotic my doctor wants to put me on. When the pharmacist handed me the prescription, I asked him to make sure it was safe to take if I was breastfeeding. So he looked it up on his computer and told me that the antibiotic would in fact be excreted through the breast milk and would be passed on to her. HER. It would be passed on to HER. He thought Clark was a GIRL. As he was talking, I positioned the cart to where he could get a better look at Clark and then correct himself, but even after looking at him again, he continued to make references to she and her. I may be biased, but I really don't think Clark looks like a girl. Maybe if he was wearing an outfit that was questionable, I wouldn't be that offended, but I took a picture of what he was wearing yesterday, and you tell me if this is a gray area:

I agree that the outfit is a little tacky, but come on. An orange and white striped shirt with a football on it and lime green pants. I feel sorry for the little girls whose mother makes her wear shirts with footballs on them. Please tell me my little boy does not look like a little girl? Do I need to cut his hair or something? That man was blind and if it wasn't such a pain in the rump, I would switch pharmacies.




Clark, you are a boy and you look like a boy. A very handsome, masculine, manly young man. Next time, I will defend your honor, I promise.

6 comments:

nateandnikkibonham.wordpress.com said...

definitely 100% boy. dude is blind.

Liz T. said...

he is such a dude! that guy was blind.

The Trobough's said...

That guy is a weirdo! Don't feel bad, I had WC dressed in all purple one day WITH A BOW in her hair and some old lady said my son was handsome.

The Robbins said...

we still get that with Toby-its the hair and they are just so darn cute-you are doing right-defend that little MAN!

Jimbo and Rach said...

What a handsome smile! I really enjoyed getting to see y'all last week!

Megan said...

ALL Boy! No doubt. :) Miss you! Though about you this weekend when I tried to do the "cyclone." Looked an awful lot like my body roll! Ha!