Wednesday, July 15, 2009

Say WHAT?! Wednesday...Sneak Out Edition

The following conversation is real...only the names have been changed to protect the NOT so innocent...

Irish Dancer Girl: I like boys, Daddy.

(this topic of conversation seems to come up A LOT lately....)

Chilly: No boys are allowed to come here to date you EVER....

Irish Dancer Girl (narrowing her eyes and grimacing): Yes, they are!

Chilly: NO! NOT EVER! (He makes menacing fist to palm punching motions to make his point...)

(Mommy intervenes...)

Chilly and Almost Teen Caveboy glare and make grunting noises...

Irish Dancer Girl: FINE! Then I'll just take my flashlight...climb out my window....climb over the fence and use Mom's cell phone and call my boyfriend....then I'll take Mom's car and he will tell me where to meet him...and then I will go meet him...and then I'll come home...and climb back in my window...

Chilly: (stunned silence...he's got nothin'....)

WELL SNAP! How old are you, Irish Dancer Girl??? Did you say 6???? Looks like I've got my hands full with this one! I was already concerned about the enormous amounts of sparkly lip gloss that she slathers on every day...looks like she's already had her 16th birthday and didn't invite me to the party!

I do have this to console me for now....it's a sign that hangs outside Catherine's bedroom door....although it's probably just meant for Chilly and Almost Teen Caveboy...I'll just hope for the best.... (it says "I (eye) Love (heart) You (u) at the top and bottom...at least she's polite!)


Have a wonderful Wednesday!

xoxo

19 comments:

stephilinn said...

ohhhhh boyyyyyyy! See, this is why I wanted a boy! Lol!

Kristina P. said...

You are going to be in trouble!!

Yaya said...

No. Way. She seriously said that?? Wow. I didn't learn that til I was 14!

mommaof4wife2r said...

that is the cutest sign ever! hilarious! i love that she loves boys and dad's already planning his defense. good man!

Randi Troxell said...

so cute... and judging from the conversation- i'd be scared, very very scared!!!!!!!!!

Robyn Jones said...

Been there done that....x3...Didn't enjoy that part....not looking forward to going through it too more times...sigh...

Alexis AKA MOM said...

OMGosh!!! Yup thank god for boys, I so don't think I could do a teen girl, pre teen or heck a 6 y/o ... LOL

I'm praying for you girlie .... LOL. Wow yup still in ahhh I so never would have thought that .. ha-ha.

Happy Wednesday :)

blueviolet said...

What the heck? Did she see that in a movie or something, lol.

I'm so happy to see this blog. Don't go vanishing now. ;)

Claire said...

Oh my gosh, she is going to be a handful when she gets older! I imagine Laura is going to be very similar to Miss Cat!

LORI said...

I'M LAUGHING OVER HERE BECAUSE I HAVE THE OPPOSITE PROBLEM...MY DAUGHTER WANTS TO ACTUALLY BE ONE OF THE GUYS! NO LIPGLOSS (OKAY, MAYBE A BONNIE BELL LIPSMACKER OR TWO IN PRIVATE), NO PINK, NO RUFFLES--NOT EVER! I'M HOPING SHE'LL GROW OUT OF IT, AND YOU'RE HOPING YOURS WILL GROW AWAY FROM IT! HA HA, WE'D HAVE SOME GOOD STORIES TO SHARE OVER COFFEE, I'M SURE!

The Mrs. said...

Whoa! put a lock on her window!!!! LOL!

blognut said...

Well, all right then!

May I suggest that she remain under constant supervision until the age of... oh, say... THIRTY?

Em said...

I think someone has been watching too many Taylor Swift videos ;-)

Chilly have a shotgun yet? Not to keep the boys out, but to greet escaping Irish Dancer at the bottom of her window.

Joanna Jenkins said...

Have you put the bars n your windows yet :-)
She sounds like a very spunky kid!

*Noelle* said...

oh wow! lol

watch out daddy!!

Raven said...

This is just beyond adorable...and something I used to do myself.

Sounds like Cat was raised well. Smart, Artistic, knows what she wants...and how to be nice in order to get it.

Great job, Miss Dawn!

xxx

pam said...

They do grow up way to fast! Love the conversation! Although, I wouldn't want her sneaking out at night with those creatures you have around your home!!

LadyStyx said...

heh heh heh...left speechless by a 6 yr old.

Mrs4444 said...

Some friends told us about how they sat in their kids' playhouse one night (dressed in black), waiting for their teenage son to sneak out of the house (the neighbors had filled them in on his antics). Imagine his heartrate when he climbed out his window and snuck past the playhouse to hear, "Just where in the hell do you think YOU'RE going?!" I'm afraid that's going to be you soon, honey. (Better build a playhouse.)

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