Monday, February 23, 2009

Just wait until she's hormonal...

L'il Sis is still 4 years old. Her birthday is still a few months away.

Tonight, L'il Sis had her dance class which meant dinner was pushed back almost an hour past the usual time. She was tired and hungry. Not a good combination. Stretch was doing his best to get her to eat her dinner, but she was in the midst of a major melt-down, crying and screaming. At one point, he asked her how she was feeling and she yelled, "How do you THINK I'm feeling?!"

Yeah, I'm looking forward to those teen years. Like a poke in the eye.

6 comments:

liberal army wife said...

He hehe..can't wait to see him handle that, huh? I think 4 year olds (and my 3 year old granddaughter) do put the DRAAAHHHMA in drama queen...

LAW

Jody said...

LOL! If I was in the midst of a melt-down and he asked me that I'd probably respond the same way. I've spent very little time in person with Lil' Sis, but I do love that child!!

Spanish Princess said...

Yikes! I agree with you, it sounds like the teen years are going to be a rollercoaster ... Good luck! At least it will give you a lot to blog about!

Meredith said...

Ah, she could turn out to be easy breezy in her teen years. Let's hope she's just working it all out right now.

I just found out my child is *intentionally* being messy so he won't have to do homework. He 'accidentally' drops it on the floor, kicks it under his desk and tells his teacher he lost it. Since it never came home here, I never knew it was missing (sometimes she doesn't send what she said on the schedule). -too smart for his own good. He's in big trouble.

liberal army wife said...

oh, Meredith - we went through the same thing... "I lost it in my locker"...

LAW

The Mrs. said...

the other day my four year old rolled his eyes when I asked him about school and said "I already told you" Ouch.

looks like my teenage years will be just about as much fun as yours!