When I usually link up with Emmy Mom for Proud Mommy Moments - my posts are those warm-fuzzy, I'm a proud momma, type of posts. This one is a oh-my-gosh-are-you-really-doing-that kinda post.
I went to the Y on Monday, and after my workout, I swing by the daycare on the way out to pick-up Autumn. As I walk into the doorway, I get a glimpse of the daycare worker with the biggest grin on her face and then I glance at my daughter. My sweet, funny, curly-haired, crazy Autumn.
Autumn is at the furthest end of the room with little boy in front of her, pulling her dress so high up that it's nearly going over her head. To make myself feel better, I giggle and say something like "Oh, Autumn... let's not do that..." That's when the daycare worker starts laughing and tells me that little Miss Autumn has been doing that to everyone who has walked in since I dropped her off - 1 1/2 hours ago.
Apparently, Little Miss Autumn has been greeting all the "new" kids and their parents with a bit of a peep show. And because she's 1 1/2, she understands that if she lifts up her dress for all to see, they think it's funny.
So, now Autumn has a new trick.