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Texas, United States
I am a stay at home Mom from Oregon who has landed in Texas.

Monday, January 3, 2011

nice.

This morning as we are all sitting on the bed basking in the glow of Daddy being home, and actually still HOME this morning, Natalie looks at me and asks sweetly, "do you have time to shower?"

Um, what?

I asked her why, and she just smiled sweetly. It didn't take long for my mind to flash back to a previous conversation she had with me when she mentioned that, "I love when you shower and get dressed to take me to school, Mama."

Boo.

It's not like I take her to school with curlers in my hair and bunny slippers on my feet! Shoot! I don't even get out of the car! No one can even see my pajama clad bottom half.

But, I love her, so I told her that even though, no, I am not showering, I will actually put a bra and a normal shirt on. She then asked for jeans. Tough luck kiddo, sweat pants it is.

7 comments:

Mindi said...

Too cute, kids are so funny. I love that Sierra is still excited when she sees me show up at school to volunteer, I know all too soon she is going to be embarassed by me and want space.

Bickmommy said...

I don't blame you one bit for not wanting to get ready that early in the morning. Especially since you don't even have to get out of the car. I used to do the same, but now I just have to get up and get the kids ready for the bus stop and then I go back to bed.

Julie {isCocoandCocoa} said...

That's hilarious. On days I go to school I get ready because I go straight from dropping off the kids to class. But days I don't have school I'm usually in pajama bottoms.

Mrs. L said...

If I had kids I'd be taking them to school wearing my pajamas! So not a morning person....

haleyhorrocks said...

Funny! Honestly, how many kids can tell the difference between a showered parent and an unshowered one??

haleyhorrocks said...

...as in, how on earth does she expect her classmates to tell the difference?

Danielle said...

OOOOOOhhhhh! She's going to be a fun teenager. I can always com embarass her--then you'll look awesome compared to her crazy aunt. Kids seriously crack me up.