It's the last day of the Monster Blogfest to celebrate Christine Rain's launch of her new book, Fearless. I hadn't actually planned another monster story, but as it turned out, last night, my daughter had a monster in her room.
I had gone downstairs to get her water before tucking her in for the night. She waited in bed, arranging her stuffed animals.
I came back upstairs. As soon as I got to her door, she let out a scream.
Concerned, I ran over to her. "What happened?" I asked.
"You scared me," she said.
"You were so quiet, I didn't hear you coming. I thought you were a monster."
Yeah. I'm a monster...the Mama Monster. The most fearful monster of them all.
Hehehe! That's cute. Your posts have been great for this blogfest, and one every day. Thank you so much! :)ReplyDelete
This blogfest lent itself well to my blog. Thanks for doing it - it was tons of fun!Delete
LOL and you drown poor kids with tap water, how mean!ReplyDelete
Hahaha. I'm such a witch!Delete
Haha... that is too funny. Something very similar happened to my sister and her daughter...ReplyDelete
It's not surprising. When kids are so focused on something, it's very easy to startle them!Delete
Haha! I did the same thing to my son a few weeks ago. He was terrified!ReplyDelete
LOL! Another Mama Monster!Delete
They have such vivid little imaginations... it often runs ahead of them! LOL!ReplyDelete
Yes, they do!Delete
I didn't have a monster until I was an adult. Its name was Dr. X.ReplyDelete
Ha! And is Dr. X a problem?Delete
Yes, but not as much of a problem as when I was married to it.Delete
LOL, how cute. : )ReplyDelete