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Boys Are Stupid A Mum Tells Her Love Struck Daughter

By Therealsupermum @TheRealSupermum

ID 100134576 Boys Are Stupid A Mum Tells Her Love Struck DaughterTonight whilst I was casually reading a paper ( I am super intelligent) my nearly ten year old daughter asked me a question. In her sweet, pure voice she asked me what its like to kiss boys.

My mind was just wrapping itself around ” oh crap I’m gonna have to have THAT talk” when she piped up with ” mom I want to kiss a boy in my class”.

Well, I sat up, put my paper down, looked at my partner who was trying desperately hard not to hunt this alleged boy down and I smiled. ” Kate, baby if you so much as try and stand near this boy before your 40 ill put you in a nunnery!” I said grinning while she pouted.

Seeing this wasn’t going to do it for her I proceeded to remind her of a previous chat when she was 6 that started off as a joke but has now lovingly become her steadfast parent rules, no disobeying allowed.

” Katie how old are you?”

” Ten mum”

” No your nine till May but we will ignore that. What are boys?”

” Boys are stupid mum”

” And what don’t we do till we are 21 at least?”

” Think about them ” she replied.

” Good, now how old did we agree to be before we kissed them?” I asked whilst my partner tried not to laugh

” 40 mum”

” Very well remembered. Now what will happen if you kiss a boy before your 40?”

Her dad put his hand up.

” Miss can I speak?” he asked.

I turned and gave him THAT look. He put his hand down.

” I will get put in a nunnery till such a time as you need caring for then ill have to be back living with you till you die!”

” That’s correct. Look at Rapunzel Kate. She kissed a boy. Her stepmum put her in a tower with only suduku for company

A quick elbow to my partners ribs stopped the laughter from his direction.

My Daughter looked at me.

” But mom..”

I smiled knowing I had won.

” yes?”

Kate looked at me.

” He said I am beautiful….”

My stupid romantic heart melted.  She’s off to the nunnery in the morning.

 

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