4/12/12

Tomorrow I might have to talk about more...and less...


I was trying to hold an important discussion about scientists today, but noticed that Sasha was whispering intently with Julia on the carpet. They were whispering and laughing behind the crowd, which is par for the course.   

I released the unruly and anxious crowd and sent them to free play and called the two girls over.


 “Sasha, do you know what we were talking about just now?”

“Um.  No.”

“What were you two doing on the carpet all this time?”


“I was just showing Julia something, something NEW I got.” She said excitedly.
 

“What was it?”


“It’s my bra!” she said excitedly as she pulled aside her shirt to show me the little purple straps.  “I wanted the one that made my BOOBS look real big, but my mom said I was too little.  But I love the big ones.”  


They left me speechless as they skipped to the kitchen area to join the “restaurant crew”.  


And then I silently thanked her for ending my day with an incredible landing.  (Nothing but net, people; nothing but net.)






16 comments:

Brian Miller said...

oh my...in kindergarten?

Dorothy said...

hahaha my daughter bought my 8 yo granddaughter several stretchy bras this year because she is a bit "poke-y" and mom thought she needed another layer there. LOL. I was like, she's 8! Dang! What's up with that? I got my first one at 12. Not that I needed it hahaha! My daughter at just about the same age, and she did! But 8 or 6? Whew.

rach said...

woooowwwww! All i cared about at that age was how long i got to play outside or with my barbies....never thought about boobs much less big ones. kids grow up too fast these days!

Lorraine said...

Thanks for the giggle this morning. Best beware they don't want a nursing bra for the dress-up/baby station next.

Michelle said...

Thank goodness she didn't share with the entire class. My first job out of college was teaching kindergarten.....at a private, Cathoic school. One morning during circle time one girl was scratching herself in the private area so I asked if she needed to go to the bathroom.

"No, I'm just itching my vagina."

Needless to say, I had to explain to EVERY parent at pick up time the new word their child learned in my room that day.

Healthy Branscoms said...

bahahaha that is funny! Your blog is so lovely! :)

CSY said...

HEHEHEHE! Little side story...my daughter told me when she was 2 that she wanted boobies like me and not Aunt Rebecca...Aunt Rebecca has NO boobies!!! Well, she got her wish.

Is it mean that I giggle everythime i think about that? LOVE YOU, VM!!!

Gigi said...

Well.....I didn't see that one coming!

SherilinR said...

doesn't every little girl dream of having some big hoots when she grows up? my 9 yr old asked if she could try on a padded bra the other day & i let her, mainly because i know my own mom never would have let me. like second generation rebellion.

Candy's daily Dandy said...

Oh, the happiest days are the ones where a first bra are involved.

Such a proud moment in a girls life,

NotesFromAbroad said...

I want a bra that makes my boobs look big too.

I hated wearing a bra when I was a kid.
It felt funny and made me uncomfortable when out running around, climbing around with horses and trying to be one of the boys . ( I was the only girl in my neighborhood)..

But as in all things, I grew out of it ~
( picture wicked smile)

C

Kylie said...

Let her know big boobs are NOT all they are cracked up to be!

JR Reed said...

Holy crap. I dread the day that happens to me. I thought the day I took her shopping for her first bra was tough.....

Abby said...

Sooo Funny ..

Stephanie said...

Bwhaha Oh my!!

Stacie@hometownperch said...

I'm glad I'm not the only one with a kindergartener who wants a bra. Taylor asked me for one the other day, "a padded one to make me look like I've got boobies". Oh geez. It's gonna be a bumpy ride with this girl.