Sunday, March 29, 2009

When I Grow Up...

I've heard that children are drawn to their passions early in life. For example, a future architect may be proficient at making Lego towers at an early age, so that sort of thing should be cultivated and nurtured.

This idea has me a little worried.

Violet's latest craze is turning on the stereo, taking off all her clothes and climbing onto the dining room table and dancing.

She also wants temporary tattoos on all the time. (They are Hello Kitty, but still.)

I knew I should have named her Porsche.

(Um, about that name: not really.)


Annika said...

Awesome! Get the girl a fake ID and she can contribute financially as early as 14!


(cough, cough, cough,...hack, cough, cough, cough, [Clears throat] cough). I guess (ahem) dancing is one way of saving up some money for a good college. Nice cultivating.

Laoch of Chicago said...

I like to believe in the law of irony so I think this will surely lead to her ending up as a physicist.

minerva1822 said...

Well just make sure she is a classy table dancer

My god if what you say is true Breanna has an ass load of possibilities in her future...some not as pleasant as others..hmmmmm...kinda scary

Autism Mom said...

I think that runs in the family. My kids are ten and partying in the nude is still a favorite pasttime. Well, sometimes we dance in a t-shirt and undies, you know, when we feel a little more conservative.

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