Have you ever had one of those days where things seem backward? Yesterday was Little K's. After school, we begged her to get her swim suit and a cover-up on so we could run by a networking event in the Heights and then head to Little K's swimming lessons at 6:10 pm. We had so much to accomplish yesterday that we were literally running from place to place. Finally, my husband Trent went into our daughter's room to "encourage" her to get dressed.
After a quick networking stop, we journeyed on to swim lessons. I chatted with my husband and some other parents while Little K and two other children practiced in the pool with their teacher. I noticed that Little K's bathing suit seemed to come way down in the front. Luckily, she doesn't have anything to show but it looked really weird.
Maybe she just needs to pull up her suit, I thought.
Ten or fifteen minutes go by. I watch Little K practice her freestyle swim and she's really trying to work on her arms. Unfortunately, I'm distracted by the fact that it looks like she's wearing a skimpy bathing suit because her backside is hanging out of her swim suit. That's when it hit me.
"Trent, did you help Little K get her bathing suit on today?" I asked my husband.
"No, I told her she could do it herself," he replied. After all, she's 5, right? I get the thinking here.
"Well, she put it on backward. Look!" I said.
There went my Little K paddling away with her bottom hanging out. Maybe I should remember she's my LITTLE K.
Flash forward to dinner time. We were starving so Little K quickly changed into play clothes and we went to a restaurant to eat. By the time we got home, it was past Little K's bed time so we started putting on her nightgown. She was so exhausted from the full day that she lay on top of her bed like a wet noodle. I just looked at my husband and laughed.
"What?" Trent asked.
"Her underwear is on backwards. I've got to fix it for her," I said. "What a day!"
Hope your Friday is better and that all of you have a wonderful weekend! Until the next nap time...