“I saw daddy wrestling with mommy and it sounded like daddy was winning.”

by editor on March 7, 2011

Leave it to those dirty degenerates over at iOwnTheWorld.com to find this story. Wouldn’t surprise us if they checked the book out of the library to see if they could learn a few things.

A Texas mother took her kids to the library. One of the kids found a book that made the mom say, “Holy Dewey Decimal.”

H/T: iOwnTheWorld.com

{ 28 comments… read them below or add one }

CaliforniaDave April 19, 2011 at 8:56 am

On Home Improvement, the boys were downstairs one morning. Mark (the youngest) talks about hearing noises from the parent’s room. Randy (middle son) explains that they were probably having one of their “somersault contests”. When Tim and Jill come downstairs, Mark says “I know what you were doing last night – who won the somersault contest?” Tim replies, “Your mom did. She always wins.”

After Mark leaves, Tim turns to Jill. “You DID win, didn’t you?”
Jill: “Twice.”

HeatherRadish March 7, 2011 at 2:42 pm

…I expect the book will be pulled when some “sexuality educator” objects to “mommy and daddy” wrestling in the missionary position, with the covers hiding their bodies. That’s not “sex positive” or “female-empowering”–it’s male-centric and induces shame. How dare small children be taught that sex is something to be done in private, hidden, with the man allowed on top?

Harvey Milked March 7, 2011 at 3:27 pm

Suddenly, H-Rad, you’ve made me a fan of this book!

matthew s harrison March 7, 2011 at 1:59 pm

Said it before and I will say it again. the left want’s your children’s innocence. They will stop at nothing to get it-including placing books that shouldn’t be where the little ones can get them, where little ones can get them.
Our library is a mine field of depravity-thanks to a liberal mindset to have kids screwing at 10, so they can keep justifying planned parenthood’s existence. It is disgusting. Pollute kids, so you can murder babies-thanks DNC! Douchebags.

RockingHorseGuy March 7, 2011 at 11:36 am

Every day I see something new that reminds me how glad I am to have never fathered any children.

christie andresen March 7, 2011 at 10:20 am

then there is another book, with similar drawings and a similar reference to “Daddy and Mommy wrestling”…Maybe someone out there will help me here: the other reference in the book was about the orgasm (I am paraphrasing here) “mommy got a warm a tingly feeling”…As I said: these references were in the original book in the 1970’s, and since my aunt died when I was 14…I have a pretty good recollection of the themes and drawings in the book. Anyone have information out there?

Harvey Milked March 7, 2011 at 3:26 pm

“Daddy and Mommy Wrestling”… that’s a great title. With text like, “…mommy got a warm a tingly feeling…” I should think the subtitle would be, “The Chris Matthews Story!”

Wes March 7, 2011 at 10:12 am

Oh no, a book with cartoony, anatomically-correct pictures to help teach kids truth and life. How terrible! How many of those K through 4th-graders know what a “uterus” is anyway without asking their parents? Here’s an idea for the parents all upset about this: watch your kids. You have TV and internet in your house and change the channel if you don’t want your kid to see something, right? Great! Now try the same thing with books.

Heck, even the author says the book isn’t meant for kids alone. And no one wants to burn the book, right? So the only argument is “where in the library should the book be kept?”

Btw, on that note, if your library only keeps “The Little Prince” in the kids’ section, it’s doing the world a disservice. (And for those of you who are now going to go read TLP, “you’re welcome.”)

navyvet March 7, 2011 at 9:43 am

OK I gotta tell this story. True. A friend of mine’s son, age 8 or 9 at the time asked dad “Where do babies come from?” Dad says, “Babies come from the mother.” and left it at that. About a year later the kid says, “OK I understand that babies come from the mother, but how do they get there.” So his dad told him. The kid was real quiet for a minute or so and tells his dad, “I hope my wife and I have twins the first time.” Dad asked why was that, kid says, “Cause I’d only wanna have to do that once.”

hisham March 7, 2011 at 2:11 pm

LOL! That’s a great story navyvet, thanks for sharing!

SmartyPnts March 7, 2011 at 7:59 am

Sure beats “Heather Has Two Mommies” (and the like) being shoved down the throats of public school kindergarteners!!!!

I like the author’s comment that the news story highlights.

I have a set of children’s books that teaches ‘birds and the bees 101.’ The book meant for littlest ones does not get that specific. The later ones meant for older children does get more specific, but is not that graphic.

The book does seem to be a little ‘too much, too soon.’

Ray March 7, 2011 at 7:35 am

Parents abdicating responsibility for their kids? Who’s surprised about that?

christie andresen March 7, 2011 at 7:23 am

When I was 13 or 14 (1973), my aunt (whom I was living with) went over this book with myself and my then 7 year old cousin (we are both female). What I learned from this book was: how my mom conceived me, what a warm relationship between a mom and dad can create, and that a careful and loving explanation (yes, by a parent) of this topic can lead to healthy relationships in the future.

editor March 7, 2011 at 8:05 am

It’s remarkable that your aunt read you this book in 1973 considering the fact that the author, Dori Hillestad Butler, was born in 1965 and the book was first published in 2005.


DeanH March 7, 2011 at 6:57 pm

I’ll bet christie andresen has been under sniper fire with the clinton ovary holders. Her taxes are voluntary too.

Keith in Seattle March 8, 2011 at 2:12 pm

She might be talking about the other book, “where did I come from?” which is very similar and does have some pictures and is a good book to go over with children.

christie andresen August 8, 2011 at 4:56 pm

Thank you Keith, all of the people I grew up with have since died, or I would have been able to accurately reference this book. Where did I come from was read to me by my aunt (who adopted me) and I thought it was warm and caring. It is important that she was, to me, a mother figure and took the time to explain this wonderful time of my growing up in a personal and nurturing manor.

KimmyQueen March 7, 2011 at 2:06 pm


You are a bold face liar… you must be a liberal.

Harvey Milked March 7, 2011 at 3:21 pm

Sniff… sniff… y’all smell that? I think christie’s pants are on fire.

navyvet March 7, 2011 at 7:18 am

WTF? Now all of sudden, “It’s up to the parents.” It is the parents responsibility. I thought the parents were incapable of raising their kids. They expect the parents to go to the library and check a book before a kid picks it up. Everybody doesnt have government “jobs” and therefore have all the time in the world to go to the library and check things out in the kiddie section.

HeatherRadish March 7, 2011 at 2:32 pm

Parents aren’t even allowed opt their kids out of sex ed in some Wisconsin school districts.

Mistella March 7, 2011 at 4:50 am

No problem with the book, as long as it is kept behind the counter. It would be a great reference for PARENTS as they try to explain things to their children.

editor March 7, 2011 at 7:36 am

Agreed. But this book was just out on the shelf where any kid could grab it.

Mistella March 7, 2011 at 9:53 am

Yep, I caught that and agree that it does not belong in the GP.
BTW, is there a sequel about David’s two dads wrestling? How ’bout Heather’s two mommies sharing lunch? Inquiring minds want to know

Harvey Milked March 7, 2011 at 3:20 pm

Mistella asked, “BTW, is there a sequel about David’s two dads wrestling? How ’bout Heather’s two mommies sharing lunch?”

RE: David’s Dads… yeah, there’s one in the 600 Technology Section of the library entitled “C:##”

RE: Heather’s two mothers… yeah, there’s a work found in 813 under Historical Fiction entitled “Fried Green Tomatoes”

Kip Hooker March 7, 2011 at 4:40 am
Conservative Kentuckian March 7, 2011 at 4:15 am

Imagine if someone had tried this in the 40s or 50s. Heads and other body parts would have rolled. These idiots take too much away from parents. It should be left up to mommy and daddy how and when their children learn the facts of life. Though in today’s culture you can’t turn on the TV, go see a movie or do a whole lot without getting bombarded with sex, sex, sex and more sex. And I wonder how much other smut like this – and if you don’t like my use of the word smut, tough – one could find in libraries across the country.

hisham March 7, 2011 at 2:07 pm

CK you wouldn’t believe what great books my wife and I have picked up for pennies or from the throw out bins of numerous libraries simply because they are systematically introducing this smutty tripe and reletavist crap to their library shelves. The great works go and smut, lies, and prevarications take their places on the shelves. Go to your local library and see what they’re doing…it’ll be an eye opener!