Sunday, 11 January 2009

When she was bad...

I don't have any children - hence the having plenty of time to write (how do you guys do it?) - but it's good to know some of my genes have made their way into my niece. After doing something naughty yesterday, her Dad asked her if she wanted to be a princess or an evil witch. To which she mouthed, 'Evil witch'.

Go, Amy!

15 comments:

Aaron Polson said...

Hooray for evil witches!

Brenda said...

LOL! I hope she didn't get into more trouble for saying that...grin...

Jamie Eyberg said...

My daughter wants to be a 'pink witch'. I am all for it, as long as it looks good with a black cat.

Kim Kasch said...

CAUTION, WARNING: She's going to be a handful at 16, oh but wait, all kids are a handful at 16. Just read my blog today.

I did a lot of theater in high school and even did some dinner theater performances when the kids were young: I always wanted to play the "evil" character. Never got to:(

Natalie L. Sin said...

No kids does free up a lot of time, doesn't it? Hardly an incentive to reproduce ; )

BT said...

Girl's become trouble around 14, not 16, or whenever those lumpy bits begin to show up in front and attract boys.

As for incentives - Sin, you may not want the kids, but it sure fun to practise...

;c)

Jeremy D Brooks said...

They do take a lot (wait, let me italicize that: a lot) of time, but they can be effective sources of inspiration, too...they have such different viewpoints on the world, it still (twelve years into it) amazes me at times the things they will think of without batting an eye.

katey said...

Amy is officially my hero for the day. :D

Jodi Lee said...

Ahhh...lovely how the darkness spreads amongst family members... ;)

Bobbie Metevier said...

A proud moment indeed.

(I was equally proud when my young daughter hung a Hannah Montana poster on her wall and then proceeded to black out all the teeth and draw horns on it).

K.C. Shaw said...

Evil witches have more fun. :)

Catherine J Gardner said...

She's perfected my glare as well. :)

Inkpot said...

Aw, that's so sweet! Your hard work has not gone to waste. :)

Mary said...

Ooh, good choice!

My nine-year-old niece wants to be a police dog-handler, and says she is so tough she won’t need a stab vest. Crikey!

Catherine J Gardner said...

Yikes, Mary.