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My Son Has A Big Package

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I've been sitting on this for awhilebut I figure with everything else we talk about on herethis wouldn't be so bad My son is extremely well endowed. At his first checkup, his ped opened his diaper and said "wow, look at that. My husband did a dance.

How freaking embarrassing, right? I was changing him in front of my sister and she freaks out and reaches for her phone because she wants to snap a picture My Son Has A Big Package his penis?!

It would put him to shame. It's gotten to the point that I don't want anyone else to be around when I change him because everyone comments on how big he is. He's my little baby boyit just doesn't feel right. I understand that it's exceptional? For lack of a better word, but he's a baby.

My husband calls him big D, and folks thing it's because his name is Dresdon. Super uncomfortable subject, right? But it would make me feel better if someone else understood what I was going through. Or any advice on how to make the comments stop especially from my husband?

When I tell him to stop calling him "big d" he responds with "it's not my fault he has a big D It is" he cracks himself up. Aww, Don't Take Offense.

Tell Them You Are Uncomfortable. My oldest is very well endowed and my husband cracks jokes all the time. Especially since my nephews, one the same age as my son and one 2 years older, are quite a bit smaller than my son. I'm sorry your husband won't quit though. Perhaps like any other out-of-proportion body part, he will simply grow into it. Maybe just say something along those lines? Our toddler had comments from his drs too. I don't remember changing him in front of anyone else though Maybe my sis but My Son Has A Big Package think she didn't notice she's got 3 kids herself.

Anyway now that he's 18 months he's sort of grown into it. It's not so cray-cray big, but still not quite normal size. And yes your husband is just proud, but tell him it's inappropriate to talk about an infant like that.

Lol I am thinking this...

Even though my hubby did a bit of that too it ended quickly when I told him My Son Has A Big Package was a total creeper. My guy has the biggest little balls ever!! I get the same comments haha. It's a huge sack and nothing you can do about it but laugh: She was around helping us through multiple potty breaks and diaper changes. She warned me not to mention that to my sister, because her little boys, and I quote, My Son Has A Big Package nearly as big.

I just laughed it off. I think my husband was quite proud to hear that, though. Same with my son. My whole family calls him "hammer". It's funny, but not when it constantly brought up. Pointed out my middle son has a ahem "big one,with a massive vain running threw it" and that "when he's older my older son will be jealous" but to be honest no one else ever really said anything and anyone that's close enough to be around while you change him will get used to it eventually and if they don't I think you are well within your rights to just say "I'd rather we didn't talk about my sons penis thank you" and they should get the hint!

My baby boy is blessed in the same area and I hate when people mention it: They think it's funny and I get so embarrassed.

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I'm like, don't talk about my sweet innocent baby's private, good My Son Has A Big Package I just wanna change him in private. I don't even think twice about it when I'm looking: I think it's just a male pride thing. I feel like you need to have a standard response any time someone comments. That would skeeve me out too. You don't want other people thinking of your son's penis size Not now, not when he's 10, not when he's 15, etc My DH told me that his first son was "well endowed" and that a nurse had commented on it.

He browses on my phone...

Apparently, our LO does not have this "issue" because he didn't compare the two and no one has said anything I don't even know what "well endowed" on an infant would look like! My DH is not well endowed, and let me tell you, that makes zero difference when it comes to our intimate life. That information is too private, so I agree with you not wanting it shared.