The Scream Posted February 1, 2007 Share Posted February 1, 2007 But, but, but what I mean is that I probably was. With a son in the room. After all, it WAS the hippy dippy sixties. My kids sometimes like to watch me get dressed. They think I'm really glamorous and get giddy watching me do my hair and make up. My boy notices right away when I have a new shade of lipstick or if I have my hair done a little differently. I think it's really sweet. I don't know what to say here. Nature or nurture? Need to get that boy into the kitchen with his father. Chop them garlics. Tote them trays. The fact that most likely you are actually VERY glamorous wrapped in all that cashmere is important modeling/parenting and children of all species enjoy preening. He loves the kitchen. As soon as he started on solid foods he was opening the refrigerator and cupboards looking for things to eat. He loves playing soccer. And he has always liked girls. Had his first kiss in the park when he was 10 months old. Older woman, no less. She was 11 months old. He's THE MAN at his nursery school, girls giving him candy and chocolates, invitations to playdates... I'd like to think it wouldn't be such a problem in the Zadi household if nature gave them a little Ethel Merman fan. Whenever hubby cooked in a restaurant he would attract a strong gay clientele. Usually glam boy types. Some of them would glare at me. As far as I was concerned they were good for business. Very social, good about getting more business in via word of mouth, etc... I remember one guy was gorgeous. He looked like an Abercrombie and Fitch model. He was 6'4", very lithe body and wore lip gloss. He told me "I love him!!! I can eat his food everday!!!" Quote Link to post Share on other sites
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