Thursday, April 23, 2015

Left Me Smiling!


I was walking ahead of this little Precious to preschool class one morning when I began to hear a snapping sort of noise behind me.  The classrooms were all next to an open area overflowing with lush shrubs, plants and small trees.  It occurred to me that Precious was whacking the leaves of the philodendrons as we passed.

"Please stop whacking the plants," I asked, with a firm but pleasant tone.

"I not whacking.." was the reply from Precious.

"I know that you are whacking the the leaves...please stop it now," I countered in my bit-more-firm voice.

"Can't see me..." he countered with a "nanny-nanny" attitude in his voice.

"Oh, yes I can, my Precious," I replied, as I stopped dead in my tracks, dropped to my knees and lifted my shoulder-length locks above the nape of my neck to reveal a most exquisite single-eyed tattoo.  You know...the eye that all Moms have in the back of their head!

I turned around to find that Precious had the most incredibly surprised look (of shock) on his face.

"Mommy!" he shouted, and then he ran to his classroom ahead of me. I could hear him telling his teacher about his Mommy's eye in the back of her head!  It took everything I had to walk into that classroom with a straight face!

My work for the day was done.

Today's post is sponsored by Mama Kat's Writer's Workshop and is in response to the prompt "Something my kids said that made me laugh."  Please stop by Mama Kat's blog and enjoy the fun and frivolity of her many followers.  Just click on the link above.

Thanks for stopping by today....Oh, and I must come clean...I do not have, nor have I ever had a tattoo of an exquisite eye in the back of my head!  I so wanted to have one, but just didn't have the guts!



Mama's Losin' It






8 comments:

Kimberly said...

HAHAH!!! So wait --- this is before coffee o'clock --- did you get a rub on tattoo then? Cause that is friggen hilarious. The look on his face must've been priceless!!!

Happysuz said...

I am so trying that one. I may even do the rub on tattoo as Kimberly suggested. I keep telling my daughter about mommy-vision, but she doesn't believe me. Stopping by from Mama Kat's

Mel Bee said...

Ha, did you know how useful that tattoo would be when you got it?

Abby said...

Ha! Good one, All-Seeing-One. At that age, children believe everything you tell them. It's so useful!

Kim said...

I could have used one of those! Great!

Carol said...

Now that's an idea! An eye on the back of your neck. No more kids thinking they can get away with it!

Mama Kat said...

Hahaha! It can be so fun to play Mom. We finally get a turn to freak our kids out. ;)

Linda O'Connell said...

That really is a hoot! I used to flip my reading glasses on top my head, and I often heard kids tell each other I had another pair of eyes on top of my head.