Playing Catch Up!

Ok, it's been a while since I posted. I'm sorry. Things have been very busy around here! Before I catch up on the school thing, I have a few funny stories...

Story 1: On Friday, I picked Super O up from daycare. When I walked in her teacher greeted me with "O, we have to talk to mommy". This is never a good thing. Then she suggested we talk in the hallway. This is really never a good thing. We go into the hallway and Super O knows she's in trouble so she starts hugging me. I picked her up as her teacher starts her story...

Teacher: "I went into the kitchen to get snack this afternoon. I put all of the stuff on the ledge of the pass through window and O was sitting at the table with her friends. I came around the corner to go back into the room and O...what did I see?"
Super O: (ignores at first but timidly says) "butt"
Teacher: "Did you and your friends moon me?"
Super O: "Yes..."

If you read my previous post on Moons, you'll understand why I had a moment of panic in my brain. So I asked "Do you know who's idea it was?"...the answer...NOT Super O!! THANK GOD!! Long story short, I had a super talk with Super O and she promised to NEVER moon her teacher again!!

Story 2: Last night I put Super O to bed, nude of course. I went to check on her about 20 minutes later and I noticed something strange. It looked like she was wearing something. I took a few steps into the room and I couldn't figure it out. I went right up to the bed and looked closely. The pillow case wasn't on the pillow...it was on Super O...like a sleeping bag! Yes, she was inside the pillow case, fast asleep!! This is one strange child! :-)

Ok...wanna hear about school now? Today was the first day of 4K (4yr old kindergarten). I took her to daycare and waited for the bus with her two friends who also started 4K today. I was proud of myself because I didn't cry! The bus came, the 3 kids lead the way to the bus stop barely stopping to kiss the 3 poor mommies who walked them out. They marched their little selves onto the bus and never looked back! They didn't need us! They had each other! (Yes, I bawled myself out when I got back into my truck!)

So, that's about all that's going on. Well, there's more but I'll save it for another post. My fingers are tired from all the typing. See ya soon...

1 comment:

  1. That's a hilarious story! I remember those days. I was in beautiful Wisconsin this weekend seeing my old high school friends and family. Thought of you and wanted to send a shout out!