Dear Knoxville Middle School,
I am sorry that my daughter is dressed like a hoochie-mama. I promise that at the beginning of the school year, just 4 months ago, her jeans waistband actually fit around her waist. I don’t know when the waistband moved to just above the umm, equator of her backside. I only became aware of the problem when I saw her pick something up off the ground yesterday and she nearly mooned me. Since she spends most of her time nested in a beanbag while talking on the phone and rarely picks things up, it was equally shocking to see the fit of the jeans and to see her actually cleaning her stuff off of the floor. Now that I am aware of the problem, I will try to remedy the situation as soon as possible. It will require self-medication to attempt shopping with her mood swings, but I am willing to make that sacrifice.
Thank you for your patience,

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  1. Hi–I just came upon your blog, but this sounds so familiar I couldn’t resist commenting. I have an 11-year-old daughter, Toots (going on 25 in her own mind), also growing and developing like crazy. The shorter and tighter her clothes are, the better, as far as she’s concerned. Shopping trips can be epic battles! Isn’t it fun?

  2. My daughter (age 2, still in pull-ups) always seems to show WAY more butt-crack than any of the boys did.

    Do you think she’s just built that way? Or does the hoochie mama thing start THAT young?

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