Once we were there she was so excited and immediately ran to the other kids. Which of course my overbearing-ness wanted to come out and stop her lol We may our way to the swings.. Where she proceeded to SCREAM once she was in it. Oh my word. Girl hates the swing!
Come to find out she also hates the slide.
But she did love climbing all over the benches and park tables? lol Along with climbing the stairs on the playground.
Ok. Now that pictures are out of the way. My real reason of writing this post is to tell you about the lovely little girl at the same park, the same day.
Kinsley was "playing" on the playground. She was higher than I was and I was close just in case she got too close to the edge or wanted down.
Overbearing mom party of one.
Kinsley walked towards a twirly thing (idk what they are called?) and another little girl, probably 6 or 7, came up. Looked at Kinsley AND SAID 'THIS IS FOR BIG GIRLS ONLY" *insert pout*.
All I could do was stare at her. The girls dad walked up and finally said "That's not nice (insert whatever name)".
I wanted to knock that kid on the ground.
Heller? Kins is only 1 1/2. She is just happy she's out and about with real people. She doesn't care she can't climb down the swirly thing, all she wanted to do was explore.
I had my first glimpse of mean-girl-itis for Kinsley and it just broke my heart.
Obviously Kins had no idea what was going on or what that even meant but the coldness and meaness in that little girls tone was enough for me to hurt for K.
We left shortly afterwards, after Kins was done running around to different benches. lol
Have you encountered a "mean kid" yet? How do you handle it?
Obviously I wouldn't have really pushed the girl down.
But I did want to throw rocks at her dad.
Happy Tuesday Y'all!