Here in my household, imaginations soar! Recently, Emma now has unhampered access to her butt region since she is wearing her big girl panties. Imagine my surprise 2 days ago when she announced while holding up one of her dress up necklaces,"I put this in my butt crack!"
I have often impressed my family with my ability to pick things up with my toes. This morning Emma impressed me by showing me that panties can go in the butt crack. No, I'm not talking about a wedgie either. What I am saying is that instead of putting her panties OVER her butt crack, she stood with her undies only in her butt crack. She was a proud as a peacock.
"Ummm, I've spent most of my adult life trying to avoid just that. How about we put your panties where they belong, over your bum. Let's not put anything else in there, OK?
Now I know the first place I'm going to look the next time I lose my keys. ;)
Anna has quite the imagination, too! And I am proud to say it does NOT involve her butt crack. Last night she showed John and I a bracelet that a boy in class had made her.
"I'm guessing it's too soon to have a boyfriend."
"Err, yeah. Too soon," I stammer.
"He says he wants to be my boyfriend."
"That's nice honey, no boyfriends yet, OK? Hey... isn't he the kid that has gotten you into trouble like three times now?"
She's only 6 1/2 and she already likes the "bad boy" type. Terrific.
This morning I asked her as she put her new purple bead bracelet on,"Do you think he's cute?"
"So he wants to be your boyfriend?"
"Yeah, he told Kayla that he does, and she told me. It's like he sent me an invisible love note."
Awwww! She's a romantic! She must get that from.... somebody. That's my girl. Romantic, dramatic and imaginative, not to mention already considered girl friend material.
I can barely contain my joy.