Well this is my first post in a while so I think I will start it off on a lighter note. I want everyone to start off with a smile today. There is a lot of things going on in my life right now that I need to get out and will write about later, but they are sad and happy both at the same time. Since I am in a little bit of a down mood today I will continue with the happiness that is the latest adventure of Tooters.
We have had a rush of new families move into the neighborhood lately and with them came the little bratty boys up the road. They have been teaching the little girls all kinds of inappropriate vocabulary, which I am just thrilled about……NOT!!!!! I seem to be doing a lot of explaining about things that no 7 year old should be asking about. Plus with them being a little bit older they are trying to play the whole girlfriend/boyfriend drama crap with the girl next door that is a little older than Tooters. Now my daughter wants nothing to do with that game. She says that boys are ok as friends but as boyfriends they are just trouble. I am so proud!!
So here is what happened. Last Friday my new boyfriend and I (yippy I have a great guy finally) were sitting on the couch watching TV waiting on Tooters to get home from the school just enjoying the quiet. She came barreling through the door all excited to tell me what happened on the bus. I got her to sit down and breathe a little bit then let her go on with her story.
Apparently one of the little bratty boys that rides the bus with her decided to push her out of the way and steal her seat. Well this did not go over well with my daughter. She told me that I should be proud of her because she did not hit him for it. So far this is going good, especially with her track record of getting into one or two fights with the boys every year. Honestly I was not ready for it this soon into the school year. But she did inform me that she stood up for herself and this is what she told the brat.
“Look here you little whore you better get out of my seat right now!”
As soon as the words left her mouth my jaw dropped and my elbow went into my boyfriends ribs because he was laughing behind his hand. Holy crap I was speechless for a minute and Tooters sat there waiting for my reply all proud of herself. You could actually see her chest all puffed out. I collected myself and asked her where she heard that from. She said that the brat that is her friends “boyfriend” calls her that all the time. I asked her if she knows what it means and she said of course she does it means a big dork.
I carefully explained to her what it really meant and why we do not call people whores. This was so hard to do since she is sitting there all innocent, I am dying to laugh and my boyfriend is giggling. It took a little bit but we got it all discussed and I told her since she did not really know what it meant at the time she was not in trouble, but I better never catch her calling people that again. I sent her off to change out of her school clothes and the second she left the room this is what my BF had to say,
“OMG she is so your daughter!”
Now what was that suppose to mean? I am sweet, innocent, sugar and spice, well at least that is what I keep telling people. For some reason they always laugh at me when I say it. Anyways I keep picturing my dainty daughter on the bus with the word whore coming out of her mouth at the little boy and it does make me smile. Then it hits me, if she is like this now what is she going to be like as a teenager. Holy hell am I in for some rocky interesting years ahead of me!!
I am seriously considering selling her early if this is a slight glimpse of what is coming my way. Any takers? She can be returned at the age of 18, I promise I will let her back in the house at the time. Anyone out there that has advise for me to help keep me out of the loony bin it would be greatly appreciated lol.