My eleven-year-old daughter had another dance competition today. Her team did awesome. It was a national competition, and they won first place overall!
Anyway, last night we were in our hotel room, dressed in our pajamas and ready for bed. My daughter wanted to watch TV, so we turned it on - to music videos.
The music made me want to get up and start dancing. So I did.
"Mom, what are you doing?"
"Doing a Bubba dance," I replied.
She watched me and rolled her eyes. "Mom, you seriously need to take dance lessons!"
So what did I do? I busted another move.
She totally cracked up. "Mom, you're embarrassing me, and there's not even anybody else in the room!"
"Sorry, kid," I said. "I'm just doing my job!"
Saw the picture on Facebook. Congrats all round.ReplyDelete
I'll pass it on to my daughter!Delete
Congrats on the win and haha embarrass awayReplyDelete
I'm really good at embarrassing my daughter. It takes absolutely no effort on my part! ;)Delete
And that is absolutely the job of the parent. I have to remind my 16 year old of that time and time again.ReplyDelete
And does she get it?Delete
Congrats to her! That's really wonderful.ReplyDelete
And yes, it's definitely our job to embarrass our kids. ☺
Parents are experts at that!Delete
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Well done to your daughter.ReplyDelete
Embarrassing your children is the best part of being a parent. Now you can rest in the knowledge that your work is done. :)
Oh no. I have to keep doing it! My work with embarrassing my kids is never done!Delete
This was an entertaining scene to picture in my head. heheReplyDelete
Actually, I'm kind of glad I couldn't see myself. I think I would've been embarrassed!Delete
Yep, you were definitely doing your job! :)ReplyDelete
It's part of my job description!Delete
Congrats to your daughter for winning first place! :)ReplyDelete
LOL at you "doing your job." Causing embarrassment definitely seems to be one of the perks of parenthood!
I think it's the best part of my job!Delete
Wow, your daughter must be so happy, well done! Haha I wonder which music you danced to.ReplyDelete
One of the songs was Bridgette Mendler's, Hurricane. Rap/hip hop.Delete
My daughter was absolutely thrilled. That was a big competition, and there were a lot of really good teams she was up against.
Yep, that's a mom's job all right! My mom was always better at it than my dad -- because his dad always embarrassed the living heck out of him growing up.ReplyDelete
Wow. It must've been a traumatic experience!ReplyDelete
Well done. It IS your job to embarrass her. If she misbehaves, all you have to do is dance in public, or threaten to dance.ReplyDelete
Ha! I'll keep that in mind!Delete
Lol! Sounds like the advice I get from my daughter! To take some dance lessons before dancing!ReplyDelete
And I had dance lessons! I must've been a bad student. ;)Delete
That's what moms are for!ReplyDelete
Congrats on the win!
Absolutely! And thank you!Delete
Good post. Sounds like fun.ReplyDelete