The other day my four year old was at her music class when the teacher announced it was time for the parents to come in.
Since the kids had just had their first introductory lesson with their glockenspiel, the teacher suggested the kids attend a make up class on Saturday.
Even if they had not missed a previous class she felt it would be beneficial for the kids to attend the make up class so that all of the techniques and language used would be reinforced.
After class my daughter and another little girl were talking when Helen asked my daughter, “Are you going to the make up class?”
“Yes I am.”
As we were driving home Caroline asked, “Am I going to that make up class?”
“If you would like to go you can. Do you want to go?”
After being quiet for about 5 minutes she said, “Is the teacher going to put makeup on all of the kids at the make up class?”
The boys and I all laughed immediately (maybe not the best parenting technique) and then explained to her what make up class means.
Caroline took it all in stride but I’m fairly sure she’s disappointed there will be no lipstick or eyeshadow on Saturday morning.