My three-year-old loves to be naked. For that matter, so do I, but I have enough sense to be clothed when in public. My little one seems to think that clothes are only for if you are going outside, and even then she tries to sneak out there with nothing, not even shoes. Needless to say, this has been a frustrating habit.
Today, she wanted to go out and meet my oldest from the bus, but of course she didn't have a stitch on (I usually give up around the third dressing). My husband was trying to keep her inside and attempted to explain that she couldn't leave the house without clothing.
He said, "You can't leave the house, kid. You're ugly."
A half second later we were both rolling on the floor over his slip of the tongue. Poor kid, I hope that one doesn't stick.
If you have already listened to my latest podcast, you'll know that yesterday was my oldest's first day of Kindergarten and that I experienced some major anxiety over this. I am happy to report that I am doing much better today. I might even be able to handle sending my kid off to school everyday. I know, a major accomplishment.
I think it helped a lot that my husband put her on the bus, so I didn't have to watch it eat her and drive off.
Well, I probably need to make my kid less ugly by putting some clothes on her again, so I better go. Hope you have a great day!