01 October 2013

Attitude of a Pre-Teen

Love it or hate it, kids speak their minds.
They don't always think about what they are saying and sometimes have little care for others feelings.
This week I have seen some great examples of this, most of which have been rather amusing too...




Minxy decided she wanted to play cinemas so she picked a film, created her posters and tickets and announced that Jack the Giant Slayer would begin at 2pm sharp.
Jamster wanted to join in so asked if he could play

Minxy: "You can be on bin duty afterwards and tidy up. But that is it."

How kind!

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My car seems to have become a little untidy lately with an abundance of magazines and food wrappers in the back seats. I decided to grab a carrier bag to empty it out...

Minxy: "What are you doing mum?"
Me: "Just going to remove some of the junk from in the car quickly."
Minxy: "Well you will need more than just the one bag then won't you!"

It's wasn't that messy!
Well, perhaps it was.

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While discussing how quickly the year seemed to be going we soon moved on to the subject of things to look forward to during 2014.

Minxy: "Does Jamster really have to come to Kefalonia with us?"
Me: "Well yes, he is part of the family, don't be mean."
Minxy: "I'd rather have a vacation to heaven than go anywhere with that annoying brother!"

She has become such a diva!



Do you have a pre-teen drama queen? 



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14 comments :

  1. Oh she sounds a right diamond. Entertaining to say the least x

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  2. Oh I so do! But the minute they're apart she's missing him and saying how cute he is!

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    1. My two are the same :) love and hate relationship! x

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  3. I'm sure I'll be glad I had boys one day ;-)

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  4. I used to fight with my sister but we are best of friends now! She could have been looking at my car - I would need more than one bag!

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    1. I'm the same and get on well with my siblings now... Despite the fights as a child! x

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  5. Oh dear, I am fairly sure my wee girl will be bossy too! Mind you my 7yo boy can be just the same to his little brother as well :) wotsofunee

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    1. Yep, Jamster has his bossy moments too x

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  6. Hehe, made me laugh - I have a bossy one too. She's not even three yet either! Heading over from Wot So Funee :)

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  7. I love the things my eleven year old says...I think I might have to start writing them down too!

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