Wednesday, July 23, 2008

A Lesson on Girls By a 1st Grader


My son, Middle Child Syndrome, as he will lovingly be called had some very interesting things to to me yesterday about his "beautiful mom". He's my angel. Always telling me how beautiful I am and how I'm the best mom in the world. I always get a boost of confidence from MCS because to him, the sun revolves around me. Absolutley great for the self-esteem.




So we're talking about how he thinks I'm the most beautiful and how no one is more beautiful than me (Yeah I'm still smiling). So I tell him that he's going to have all the girls if he keeps being so sweet and telling girls stuff like they. I tell him girls love to hear guys say those things. (Okay, yes he's only going to the 1st grade, but I have to get him ready early).


So he says that he couldn't tell other girls that.


I say, "Why, MCS?"


He say, "They (meaning other girls) might get mad if they hear me say you're the most beautiful."


I say, "You think they might get jealous?'


He says, "Yeah, and if I tell another girl that they're beautiful too then they might smack me."


I laugh and ask, "What do you mean?"


"Well," he says they'll get sooo mad at me and one will smack me on this side like this," and he demonstrates a smack to one cheek, " and one will smack me on this side!" And he demonstrates a snack to the other side. "And that wouldn't be good!"


2 comments:

Ann said...

Hi!
I found you through Mom Bloggers Club.
This story is so sweet. It sounds like he knows what's going on already!

Diva Ma said...

He's going to be a lady killer and I may have to fight off a few young ladies! Thanks for commenting!