Saturday, August 15, 2009

We ain't no high-class broads...

The Boy Child went on his first-ever sleepover on Friday night so the Girl Child and I spent some quality time.

Trying on bras.

Girl Child is fairly new to this entire Womanhood thing (so new that she's never had the BIG initiation which usually includes white shorts and deep and unending shame)so she had never put on a bra before. She owns four now, including one padded one (sigh) which I bought her on Friday. They've all stayed, stoically waiting in her drawer, until now.

Question 1:
"How the crap do I put this thing on mom?"

I've never given lessons on how to put on a bra. In fact, I don't remember anyone ever telling me how to put one on either. Hmm. Despite this, I think I did well.

Question 2:
"Is it me, or is this really weird?"

Yes Girl Child. It's weird. I have been wearing a bra for the past...oh, twenty-twoish years and it has never failed to be weird. One weird incident was when the Girl Child, age not quite two, put my red lace bra on her head, like a hat, and pranced about in front of company.

The preacher, if you want to be exact.

That was weird.


Question 3:
"Is it me, or do I look like a bimbo?"

Not going there.

Question 4:
"Mom, seriously. Do I have to wear one of these the rest of my life?"

You are your mother's girl. The answer is an empathic YES.

9 comments:

Lil Mouse said...

Some people fasten in front and twirl it around to the back, some just stretch their arms. If necessary, you'll have to teach her how to make them fall into the cups so they stay put (lean over, etc).. ahh, good times.

Karin's Korner said...

Ya'all have way way to much fun..lol

FUZZARELLY said...

Okay. I had on white shorts. It was embarrassing.

And the bra? I couldn't wait to wear one. I was 12. When I was 13, I thought WET? 1970. Never wore one after that. Still don't and I am 52.

Just sayin'.

FUZZARELLY said...

Should have been WTF?

mythoughtsonthat said...

So very glad I only have a boy!

Andrea McMann said...

My first bra was white with palm trees on it. I kid you not!!

oldmom said...

..and it adds to the fun when daughter comes in and asks, "How do I tell for sure if the bra is too small. I think I 'm getting bigger."

Can't be... not allowed!

SJ said...

So, so very glad I have two boys!

Anne-Kathrine said...

LOL the joys of first bra lol.