Showing My Age

I was working with my three-year-old preschool friend Katelyn yesterday when she suddenly noticed my earrings. (I’m not sure why it took her so long.  I have a weakness for long sparkly earrings…it’s the magpie in me) She stared at them for a moment before gasping out, “Miss Susie! Are you allowed to wear earrings?”

I think I did a pretty good job not bursting into laughter before I calmly replied that I was indeed “allowed” to wear them.  Katelyn just looked at me doubtfully, so I felt the need to explain further to her.

“I’m a grown-up so I get to make my own decisions”

“Really, I am”

Katelyn just tilted her head, considering this. It wasn’t until I pointed out to her that I was tall just like her mommy that she finally decided that I might possibly be a grown-up.

I’m still not sure if this is a good thing or a bad thing…

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12 Responses to Showing My Age

  1. Amanda D says:

    How cute! Take it as a compliment – she knows you’re young. 🙂

  2. Kathy says:

    So great!!! I love it when my daughter tells me “When you are little again we will do…” If only we could be little again for a while.

  3. Heather says:

    hahah! That’s cute! I love dangly earrings too, but my little girl just seems to tug on them!

  4. She knows you’re an off roadin’, blingin’ child at heart.

  5. Hilary says:

    By now, she’s already tried to convince her mom that she too can make her own decisions. She sounds like a cutie. 🙂

  6. Eneida says:

    Hi! Stopping by from The Lady Bloggers! This is too funny, but I would consider it a good thing not be quite so grown up to everyone (okay, maybe your student should see you that way, but…) there is always a little girl in us, too…and aparently you connected with her on that level. LOVE IT!

  7. Such a cute story! I can just see the look on her little face as she looked at you! Glad I stumbled upon your blog!

  8. This is a great story.

    I didn’t realize that you’d moved your blog. I like the new design.

  9. I’d go with the compliment! Whenever and wherever you can get them….go for it! It’s a good thing!

  10. Mike says:

    Kids from my 7-year old’s class also question my age. They I’m not old since I haven’t grown hair yet.

    Hmp.

    Mike, the balding guy

  11. Michelle says:

    By now, she’s already tried to convince her mom that she too can make her own decisions. She sounds like a cutie. 🙂