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Desperate Working Mommas
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Thursday, February 24, 2005

Alli: (running into house, out of breath) Hannah talked to a Stranger Danger!
Momma: She did wha'?
Alli: She told him where we lived! He can probably kidnap us now, huh?
Momma: Well... I don't think--
Alli: But don't worry, Momma, 'cause I will do karate on him! Like this! Why-yah! WHY-YAH! (proceeds to demonstrate that she really DOES pay attention when Momma does Tae Bo, "why-yah!" notwithstanding.)

Despite the frightening lapse in city safety on my older daughter's part (which was discussed at length, I assure you, so we will move on), it is slightly comforting to know that my youngest little spitfire is determined to give any would-be attacker-slash-kidnapper a run for his money.

Why-yah, indeed.

link | posted by Cat at 9:23 AM

Blogger Random and Odd commented:

Adorable! The only thing my boy would be able to do is throw his remote control from his video game at someone. He doesn't move far from the tv, even if it's an intruder.

Where is my IDOL update!!??

» 2/24/2005 9:45 AM 
Blogger Circus Kelli commented:

Whoa. Scary.

Almost as scary as my 7 year old telling me that two boys in her class make kissy faces at her, and that one of those two boys goes around telling other (little, dammit) girls that he loves them.
Is it too late to leave this motherhood thing up to someone with more experience than I? :)

» 2/24/2005 10:18 AM 
Blogger Cat commented:

Kristine, that is so mean! And SO FUNNY! Your boy and my boy should be bestest friends and ignore intruders together!

CK, I feel for you. Except, um, my little girl is the one MAKING the kissy faces... *sigh*

» 2/24/2005 11:51 AM 
Blogger Circus Kelli commented:


Hee! I'm surprised my daughter *isn't* the one making kissy faces. Then again, maybe she is... I didn't ask.

You should have seen that girl flirting with the cute pediatrician. She didn't realize she was flirting, but she was. I'm afraid she got that from me. We are in *so* much trouble down the road...

» 2/24/2005 8:57 PM 
Blogger Vajana commented:

My 5-year-old already has her plan of attack.

When my father-in-law was robbed, he tried to chase him but could not catch him.

My daughter had this to say about it:

"Oh, Paw Paw you should've just kicked him in the privates. That's what I would have done."

Out of the mouth of babes.

» 2/24/2005 9:26 PM 

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