Friday, January 11, 2008

I'm Locking Her Up.


The first time, it was cute.

But if I see one more love letter come home from school, I'm locking the girl up and not letting her out until she's thirty five.

CPS be damned! My baby is being courted in first grade!!

BY MORE THAN ONE BOY!

Daddy's on the verge of a breakdown himself. I just hope Shane and Austin know to stay far away from this house.



14 comments:

Life As I Know It said...

Isn't it crazy how early this stuff starts?!?
Luckily, girls are completely invisible to my kindergartner. He is pretty much unable to tell me any of the girls' names in his class.
Wonder how long that will last, though?
Cute note!

Kelly said...

LOL
And throw. Away. The. Key.

Kristina said...

At least they have good taste!

Worker Mommy said...

Oh if only we could lock them up . Although I imagine my son B is going to be the one that gets in to all the trouble from all the moms for hitting on their little girls.
He already talks about his 'girlfriend" in preschool . Lord! (of course he doesn't truly know that that means, thank GOD)

Whiskeymarie said...

I had my first boyfriend in Preschool.

yes, lock that girl up. Now.

Sorry to scare you.

Jodi said...

yes, Connor had several "girlfriends" in K who wrote love notes back and forth to him. It scared the c-r-a-p out of me. ohmyword. SCARY! :)

Miss Patti said...

That is so cute though

Canadian flake said...

lol sooooooo cute...

Sugar Kane said...

Just another reason why I'm thankful I have a boy!

Brillig said...

Princess Fluffy has a "boyfriend." It's all so very bizarre to me. No love letters yet, though he did write his name on a piece of paper for her. Hey, it's Kindergarten... that's about the extent of the poor boy's ability to express his love.

So, yeah! Good luck with locking up that girl. Thirty five, huh? How old are YOU, again?

Anonymous said...

It could be worse. You could have five year old who declares her intentions to chase certain boys. I always thought the moat full of alligators around the house would be to keep the boys out, not to keep the little hussy in.

Becki (who's signing this anonymous because she's too big a dork to remember her TypeKey username)

Inarticulate Fumblings said...

Too cute. Easy for me to say. I can't imagine raising children... especially girls.

Good luck!

Cherann said...

What's CPS?

Karen_thrifty said...

lol I used to have the same problem. In kindergarten I had a boy that would chase me around the playground. He was in first grade. Then in third grade I had a boy that would call me numerous times a day and buy me snacks at snack time. lol