Thursday, January 6, 2011

Fending Them Off With a Stick

A short and sweet post for today, since Samantha had to miss school because she was sick this morning and I took the day off to stay with her while Steve went to work with a client.  Nothing serious, and nothing lasting - I think something she ate yesterday may not have agreed with her inner parts, and she spent a good portion of the morning on the toilet.  Sorry for the TMI segment...  Once she was done, she was completely back to her normal, happy, chatty self, but didn't want to go back to school so we decided to keep her home just in case

So, the other day Samantha's teacher at her "typical" school informed us that one of the little boys has a crush on Sammi!  Apparently he's always talking about her and how pretty she is.  When I was there a few weeks ago to pick her up one afternoon, he and another boy practically ran some other kids down and tripped over themselves to catch her before she left the classroom so they could give her a hug. 

Warm fuzzies all over here.

Oh, she's starting to wake from her nap...must go attempt to get some stuff done quickly before she's fully up...

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Those boys obviously know a good thing when they see it!

Rochelle said...

Glad she is feeling better. I think you better carry a BIG stick because a beautiful girl like Sammi is going to have the boys chasing her for years to come!

Chromosomally Enhanced said...

sweet! how does dad feel about this! hope she gets to feeling better! smiles

Ashley said...

That boy is right! She is VERY pretty!

my family said...

well, they are smart boys, I think you should tell their parents they have good taste but please keep them away from your girl!!lol

Cathleen said...

Of course Sammi has boys crushing on her! Lilly's had "boyfriends" for years - including twin boys in New Zealand! :) And her old school used to send home pics of her and boys kissing... *sigh* You may not want me to move to DC; my 4 year old might be a bad influence on your 4 year old!

Melissa M said...

Of course she has boys chasing after her! She's beautiful!

Holly W said...

Hi-found you through a comment on Tracy's blog...
and this post...so sweet...gives me warm fuzzies for when mine is older and in school...I tend to worry about how other kids will treat her when she's in school..
love it...hopeful...
I'll be back!