Monday, October 29, 2007

Ms. Attitude

It's hard to remember she's only five years old sometimes.

I had ripped my thumbnail opening a package of pancake mix, and I was nibbling at the nail.

Rachel [indignantly]: Mommy, stop biting your nails.

Me: Oops, you're right, I better go get the clippers.

Rachel [sounding very teenage snotty]: Hah! So, who's the mommy now?

I figured I had another nine years til I had to put up with this level of snark.

7 comments:

  1. I have a teenage four-year-old -- I keep telling people that I am moving out when she becomes an actual teenager!

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  2. Sounds exactly like my girls. I'm dreading the teenage years. I foresee some major battles.

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  3. And Ladies - it doesn't stop even after the teen years, and that goes for Alison's sister too! [ducking before Alison gets me] {grins}

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  4. No, it starts now. And to think I thought it wouldn't be as bad because I have boys. Ha.

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  5. LOL! Logan is pretty sassy himself, for a boy even!

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  6. I think they're born knowing how to roll their eyes. I can't believe my girls' eyes haven't actually popped out of their skulls, what with all the rolling they do hourly.

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  7. just the other day grace rolled her eyes at me for the first time - it's so exagerrated when she does it i don't know where to laugh or cry, or just hide for the next 15 years....

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