So last week, The Youngest was cuddling on my lap during mommy TV time. They usually go and play or read after dinner, and I watch The Daily Show or The Colbert Report. I usually wait until after they go to bed, but I hadn't watched any all week and was behind on my DVR. And they had been fighting all day. So I banished them and sat down for Jon Stewart. I really do not remember what he was talking about, but there was quite a bit of swearing, which was bleeped out. The Youngest turns his innocent looking face to me and says, "Mommy, he said 'fuck'". Just like that. I had to not laugh, and explain that we don't use that word. "But Mom, we know the word fuck." I insisted that it was not a nice word, which is why they bleep it from TV, and I don't like hearing that word, and he needed to stop saying it. "But Mom, (name of boys' BFF) said 'What the fuck' when we were having a play date." I told him I didn't care WHAT word other people used, he and his brother are not to use that word. "Mom, I heard The Oldest whisper 'what the fuck' too." I told him that sometimes people slip up and in anger or frustration use words they should not use, this includes mommy and daddy, and he still should not be using that word. I also asked him if he understood that he was not to use that word. He said, "OK Mom", but I wasn't convinced.