Monday, January 31, 2011

Love notes

Last week, I found baby girl furiously scribbling a note to one of her classmates. She was writing and re-writing, crumbling up little post-it notes, wanting to get the wording just right.

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When I peeked over her shoulder, this was the note causing her so much grief:

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Apparently, a boy in her class had demanded a note from her stating whether or not she would be willing to kiss him.

What do you think it would take to get that note copied and distributed to every boy within a 50-mile radius in, say, seven years or so?

I'm thinking the Husband would gladly spend thousands to make it happen.

P.S. Thank you, thank you, thank you for your sweet words on my little headshot project. You can see the new one over there on the right. You all rock. Way to make a sista feel good about herself.

27 comments:

ellen said...

That note is priceless.

Taralyn said...

Your daughter is precious!!! Your new headshot was my FAVORITE!!! I love your attitude for life and I really enjoy your style!!! Style of Writing, your look, your decor!!! Your Blog is one I really enjoy popping up on my list.. Thank You for the smiles...
Taralyn

Annemarie said...

Smart boy. Even smarter girl!!

Jessica said...

You should enter that first picture in some kids photo contest, or something. Awesome.

the wrath of khandrea said...

hilarious. excellent. superlatives all around.

Travelin'Oma said...

Hannah is already so wise. I figured the only way to be best buddies was to kiss them.

Tristan said...

Way to go Hannah!! Smart girl! I will be needed a few thousand of those notes myself. Seriously scared to death of stuff like this HA!

jen@odbt said...

For real? What grade does this stuff start? Love her face in the first pic and I will take a copy of her note so my daughter can hand it out too :)

calibosmom said...

My freckle faced Hannah has the same "roll the eyes" look. Must be the name-or their feisty mamas! You go girl! Keep them boys at arms length!

Julianna said...

THAT. IS. AWESOME.

I had to have the "talk" with Oldest a few months back... He's decided that it's so gross he's never doing THAT. He's going to adopt instead. :)

Let's hope for my sanity, he sticks to that plan. -J

Ash said...

adorable. her expression matches the note :)

jessica said...

Love that look....love that note.

Lauren in GA said...

That picture of her says volumes about her feelings. I LOVE it!

She is thoughtful. Way to let him down easy, Hannah.

My son's better not be demanding written confirmation as to wether they can kiss girls in their class, or not.

I feel like I WON!! That picture of you was the one that I picked!!

...way to make it all about me, huh?

Christina B. said...

Hannah is so diplomatic! I love the look on her face in the picture.

Dalene said...

Go, Hannah! This post will be a great reminder in 10 years.

Anonymous said...

LOL...I always stalk your blog because I love to read what you have to say.

I had to show my hubby this one...it was so sweet.

P.S.
Love the pic you chose. It was the one I liked best also. :)

Cindy said...

Love it. It's a little scary that this is beginning at the ripe old age of 8. The boys will be pounding on your door by the time 16 comes around!

mae said...

shees boys- back off! she is too sweet. i love her response.

Kimberly said...

Oh, sweet Hannah...she just melts me! BTW, your new profil pic is so cute...love your hair, love your eyes, love everything!!!

Nadja said...

Ha ha, that is soooo cute :)

Annie said...

Price.Less. She's got the "but we can still be friends" mantra down early!

Julie From Inmates said...

She is a doll. I love her freckles. =)

♥Maren said...

LOVE the rolling of the eyes!

Liz said...

I want to bottle her goodness and bring some up north. I'm sitting here catching up on your blog and I am once again dumbfounded by the similarities in our children. While I am unaware of any boys trying to kiss my girl, she is ALWAYS penning notes to people. On post-its.

Heidiram said...

LOVE.IT!

Kymmie said...

Oh my! Is that an eye roll happening? Loving her attitude! (And your's too. What a fabulous investment getting those copies done.) xx

Cherish Hazel said...

Writing love notes for him or her is indeed a great way to express your feelings to them. Very romantic and personal.