He's one to talk

Peanut: Hey, Mom! Remember in Paris, all those naked people?
Me: Wha?
Peanut: You know, all those people and children, with the penises?
Me: I'm not sure what you're talking about.
Peanut: When you were in Paris.
Me: You mean, the statues?
Peanut, laughing: Yeah, the statues of all the naked people.
Me: Yes. What about them.
Peanut: Why were they naked?
Me: Because they were statues of the human form. It's natural to not have clothes on.
Peanut: But, why did they have to have privates?
Me: Human bodies have privates.
Peanut: Don't you think that's a little inappropriate?


Sticks and stones

Me: Come on, Peanut, we have to go get your brother.
Peanut: But Mom, what if someone steals my stick?
Me: What stick?
Peanut: The stick that I just put in that hole.
Me: People don't really steal sticks.
Peanut: Oh yes they do.
Me: No. They don't. Nobody is going to steal your stick.
Peanut: What if the neighbor kid has been watching out the window this whole time, just waiting for me to leave so he could come take my stick?
Me: The neighbor boy has not been waiting to steal your stick.
Peanut: I bet he has. He should be grounded for that. Stick stealer.