G-kid n. 1. a child who posses the super powers to melt your heart, lift your spirits and brighten the darkest of days. Can disintegrate the most ironclad of rules with a single pleading look. Has unique mind-altering capabilities which make one think the parenting guidelines that applied one’s own children are completely ridiculous and utterly unnecessary in regard to them. Are put on this earth to spoil, coddle, indulge and cherish. Generally love sugar in all forms. Come in both genders. Usually but not always are begotten from the ones you begat.
Meet one my g-kids Miss Milla Plum.
She is smart and sassy with a wicked sense of humor and a bawdy laugh. She loves sugar, shoes and jewelry. She is modest in dress; does not like skirts that are too short or tops that are revealing but she has already figured out that she has feminine wiles and knows how to use them. She has her daddy, grandpa and Uncle Colin wrapped tightly around her little finger. She is six years old and uses phrases like “don’t look at me now, I’m hideous”, “don’t these shoes look fabulous on me?” and “put a sock in it, I’m trying to get some shut eye.” Milla tells me that Bratz dolls and Family Guy cartoons are inapopiate (that’s inappropriate for those of you who don’t speak kid) and that she loves That 70′s Show. The largest quantity she can imagine – even beyond infinity times a hundred – is google!
She got her eyes from me but her soaring spirit is all her.
Little Miss Milla can charm the socks off of everyone she meets.
We had some girl time together and played dress up. She loved my sparkly pink party dress and silver shoes.
She also thinks my jewelry collection is “amazing” and earmarked a few choice pieces for when I “kick the bucket”.
G-kid Milla – Simply Gluten Free
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