Daddys Don’t Have Sleepovers and More
Almost every day after school my daughter would beg us to let her have a sleep over with her best friend. She’s only four and I just didn’t think she was ready so we make up excuse after excuse as to why she couldn’t have a sleep over.
It seemed like such a big step for me, I wasn’t really ready to admit my little girl was growing up.
Until finally one day we gave in and let her sleep over at her BFF’s and to my surprise things went smoothly – no middle of the night accidents and no whining.
Of course, after the successful sleepover more requests came and it was all she could talk about for weeks.
In fact, one evening when my husband was late coming home from work she asked where she was.
"He’s at work and will be home later."
So she looked at me and said, "Oh is Daddy having a sleep over?"
I laughed it off and said, "Daddy’s don’t have sleepovers!"
It’s funny how kids interpret things, I mean it seems like a reasonably question after all she does it all the time.
Here are a few more.
My daughter once asked the babysitter, "Are you going to sleep with Mommy or Daddy?" After finding out she would be staying at the house.
After I told her we were having chicken for dinner, "It’s okay Mommy, your chicken is only a little bit yucky."
What funny stories do you have about your kids?
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