Before I really get started I love that song by LL Cool J! Another LL song I miss, Around the Way Girl...you know it; "I want a girl with extensions in her hair, Bamboo earrings, at least two pair, a Fendi bag and a bad attitude, that's all it takes to get me in a good mood" LOVE THAT SONG!!! You can thank me later for getting that stuck in your head for the rest of the day...at least it's not "Diddy" again, right Sissy?
So, back on topic...it's Groundhog Day or Week actually around the house. We are once again getting bad behavior reports from our childcare provider. For those of you who don't know, we went through this same thing last November when we had to leave an awesome preschool/daycare because of biting, among other things. Now the biting has subsided and has been replaced by everything but, i.e. pushing, hitting, kicking, punching, the list could continue but I think you get the point. Now, maybe my 3 year old is the next Muhammad Ali and someday I will look back on these beat downs and say, "Ahhh" but right now I am saying, "Uggh". I have no vision of him being a professional fighter. Based on what I know so far if he is going to be a professional anything it will be a dancer, a celebrity impersonator or a comedian (or a contestant on RuPaul's Drag Race, but let's hope not...no offense to my gay followers ~ as Kathy Griffin would say, "I love The Gays!").
Here he is impersonating one of the dancers from Fame and a Fendi bag sales representative.
To be quite honest, this kid is hilarious. He already holds one of the top spots of funniest people I know and at 3, that's like the Albert Einstein of comedy. So, why the dark side? Well, I attribute it to a Smokey Robinson & the Miracles song...Tears of a Clown (I am all about songs today). You can't be true to the comedy craft unless you suffer from bi-polar disorder, depression and struggle with some sort of aggression issues. If a few kids need to get smacked down so I someday retire and live in a cabana in Fiji thanks to his success...so be it!
Fondly ~ SumSum
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