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Miss Peach: "Mommy, I am Cinderella."

Me: "Who am I?"

Miss Peach: "You are the very big Godmother..."

Hmmm, how should I feel about this...

26 comments

  1. I'd be grateful you aren't the evil stepmother.

    New photos on the photoblog :-)

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  2. A very big Godmother can do very big things!

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  3. I am thinking I would glad she didn't use the word evil + me in the same sentence!

    I tell my princess I get to be the queen mother.

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  4. my daughter once referred to my very big lap. what the heck does that mean?

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  5. My daughter once told me, in a very complimentary tone, "Mommy, your butt is soo big!"

    Your story is better. So funny.

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  6. She means you're tall . . . taller than her at least . . . that's all. OR, maybe you're buff.

    I'm with ohcaptain . . . it could've been worse!

    My kid will call me the mouse or dwarf. I'm certain of it . . .

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  7. size is only relative to them when they are little, trust me, now that my boys tower over me I never hear the big comments.

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  8. I think in a kids world BIG is ALWAYS better.

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  9. Oh boy oh boy oh boy!!!!!! (or really "Oh girl...")

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  10. Ouch. That cuts pretty deep. I'm glad kids make us tougher skinned!

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  11. At least you get to be the godmother. I'm always the bad stepmother.

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  12. Big is a good thing with kids so very big is very good, right? ; )

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  13. You know I feel your pain!

    I'm sure she meant "very big" as in older. Not that that is any better. ;)

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  14. Too cute. I guess you're just THAT good!

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  15. Very Big Godmother that is all powerful and can take her out in a New York minute - all hail the queen!

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  16. YHou should feel proud. The god mother is the most caring character on there....and has the magic to make all things better.
    It is obvious.....she holds you in high regard. well done!

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  17. at least you're not the wicked stepmother. . .yes, i see i'm not the first to think of that! i'm so not ready for my little guy to start talking and telling me about my "big parts"!!

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  18. My granddaughter told me recently that I have a big booty. Now how would you feel about that?! lol!

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  19. It's better than being the very BAD godmother. I think.

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  20. Hahaha - that's adorable. But, we all know how you should take that, miss runner!...I think that was you. Oh dear. I haven't blogged in so long, I might be wrong.

    Regardless, good to see you again. Hope you're doing well. *lov'n com'n ur way*

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  21. Ha! I love Miss Peach! You know, you could have been the wicked stepmother. And big.

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  22. My daughters equate size with age... they think the taller the person, the older they are.

    Sadly for me I'm short - don't know what that says about me. Though for at least a few years, I'll still be "big" to them.

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  23. I love a real laugh out loud moment, and that totally gave me one!!!

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  24. I think she meant FAIRY GOOD Godmother. Sounds kinda like 'very big'...

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