Busted

My ten year old daughter is teaching herself how to forge my signature on documents…

Seems like only yesterday I was teaching her to write her own name and now she’s copying mine. They grow up so fast, don’t they?

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  • My 11 year old is doing the very same thing. I think that makes your daughter advanced. Maybe she should skip a grade.

  • Here’s the kicker:

    I can’t think of even one incident where she wanted my signature and I refused to sign something. For that matter, we aren’t even tough on her about report cards. We don’t expect straight A’s from her. B’s are nice, and we appreciate them. C’s we tolerate and encourage her to do better next time. Strict, huh?

    Maybe she’s readying herself for some future instance of uncharacteristic parental harshness on my part. I just don’t get it.

  • Heh, I learned to do that in elementary school, cause I always used to forget to bring things home. My mom knew, too… she figured it out about the second time I went on a field trip she knew she’d never seent he permission slip for.

  • My Trunkmonkey is growing up…
    Like most parents who watch their children grow up, it sometimes eerily feels like you’re watching someone else’s life on TV. You can’t always be there, and your child eventually takes on a life of their own with their own…

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