July 20, 2005

There's a lot to be said for cute

If the four-year-old Wee One were not so damned cute, I would have probably pinched her little head off long before now.

I realize I am to blame.

It is always the fault of the mother.

Wee One is cute, sassy, and too smart for her own good, as well as mine.

Add to the mix, I have spoiled her; however, I have had help. Sweet One spoils her. Her aunts and uncles, her grandparents, and friends and neighbors all spoil her.

If it is pink or purple and oh, so girlie, they buy it and send it to her.

As a result, she thinks she is Queen Bee.

Queen Bee who not only accessories with shoes and hand bags, but lunch boxes. Yes, that's right, lunch boxes.

This morning's melt-down revolved around which lunch box matched today's outfit.

Christ, I'm too damn old for this.

God knew what he was doing.

If Wee One had been the first born child, she would be an only child.

Posted by Christina at July 20, 2005 12:20 PM

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Tell her to paper bag it like the rest of us! Brown goes with everything. :) I am just kidding of course, and I know I have a really cool lunchbox around here somewhere to send that wonderful child. . . *roots around looking for lunchbox*

Posted by: Oddybobo at July 20, 2005 03:05 PM

hehee...I have one of those too. She won't even eat her breakfast cereal if it isn't a *pink* bowl. God help me when she is school age...

Posted by: Barbara at July 20, 2005 03:15 PM

Just wait! I have one of those....she's 10. She made me buy her blue eyeliner. And the sad thing is, she does a better job of putting it on than I ever could!

Posted by: Tammy at July 20, 2005 03:46 PM

Ahh, but first borns rarely act like that. I have exactly the same phenomenon. Ups and downs compared to the steady pace my oldest lives on. Quite lively most of the time. - ds

Posted by: Dishonorable Schooboy at July 20, 2005 04:03 PM

Oh boy 4 and already in charge. Sounds like wee one is worth it, maybe just about. I know what you mean, thinking back to when nephew was that age, he did get a few more things from everyone, gets loads spent on him mind you he's the first (and last) well so my sister says and erm her word is the LAW, fiesty, you know what I mean by that don't you.
By LAW i mean this is the rule, like it or lump it.. Rule bending happens on a regular basis. If I was closer you right she'd probably end up getting spoiled by one more person, me *giggles then goes a funny red like shade* Sorry Im just a 5'2" push over.. Ask Moogie, Sharon or Melonie..

Posted by: Gopher at July 20, 2005 04:20 PM

At least she's still too young to know about credit cards..

And cute's better than most of the alternatives. Honest :o)

Posted by: Nugget at July 20, 2005 04:21 PM

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