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Re: duckie's best friend karen_kay

Posted by rskontos on March 25, 2008, at 13:30:42

In reply to duckie's best friend rskontos, posted by karen_kay on March 25, 2008, at 11:22:50

Well, KK My son doesn't think he is good-lucking so the girls are still admiring him for afar. However, all his sister's college friends think he is so good looking. And I saw the way they were checking him out at the driver's ed class when I picked him out so it is just that he is not as clued in. So what is a mom to do, explain the ways of girls or leave him in ignorance. And they have been calling him on the phone. I can tell by the way they tell him bye when I pick him up from school, they like him and one asked him to the homecoming dance. They like him they are just waiting from him to make the moves. It is kinda funny the things you learn from your son. Like how the popular boys are just as shy and uneasy around girls. Wish I had known that when I was younger!!!!

But I can't imagine you uneasy around the boys!!!

Yes, my baby, is now almost 16, it seems like yesterday when he was 2.......

cherish these days, they go fast!

ps childproofing your house is only to make YOU feel better, it really doesnt work. I remember when we put that think on the toilet to keep our daughter out of playing in the toilet, she had a thing about playing with the water and her toys, anyway, we nearly wet out pants trying to open it the first time and SHE showed us how to get the DANG thing off the toilet. I promptly threw it away. Instead I gave her a bucket of water and shovel on the deck and let her play with it whenever she wanted and she stayed out of the toilet. Compromised became the name of the game.





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