Friday, January 13, 2006

Her name is DOCTOR Peanut

Ok, I know this is my third post of the day but I've got lots and lots to say!!!
This has been career week at school for Peanut. The class was visited by a Mail Man, two Police Officers (the girl talked more then the boy I was told) and today they got "physicals" from their nurse/teacher. All three of the teachers were dressed in scrubs and looked quite comfortable. The kids made Dr kits today (you can see it on her bed by the baby) with a REAL band aid, cotton ball, and tongue depressor. There were a couple of other items in their kit but I'm not sure what they were. The kids also made flashlights to wear around their heads, "like real doctors".

On the way home she told me when she grows up and becomes a doctor she'll take care of me. EVEN if it's a Saturday! And she'll drive me to her hospital! Now that's what I call service.
Ha ha! Doc Pontious, you have some competition coming up! As soon as we got home Peanut got out the rest of her doctor supplies that she got as a "we're-sorry-we-had-to-put-you-through-that-as-such-a-young-age" present from me and dad when she had tubes put in her ears two or three years ago. Sometimes she's a doctor and sometimes she's a nurse. Just depends on the day.

7 comments:

jmpontious said...

You do understand that I train my competition each and every day...that is my calling.

You go girl, we need more doctors named "Peanut" I sense this will be a decent marketing scheme as well...see your doctor for peanuts...

Grin

madcapmum said...

I think Peanut and Poppy have the same colour room!

Leslee said...

Peanut would prefer to have a pink room, but when we bought the house she was two and I got to choose the color. I told her maybe when she's 12 we can repaint it but until then she needs to get use to purple!

madcapmum said...

Poppy wanted pink with purple and white polka-dots, but I told her that the main colour had to be something that wouldn't make me gag everytime I walked past the door. And polka-dots? Pfft. Right. The day her room stays minimally tidy for two days running is the day I might consider putting that much work into it myself! She wants the premiums without the finishing her coleslaw!

~Jennifer said...

What a dolly! (Peanut, not the doll) btw, I love your new profile picture.

Leslee said...

what are we going to do with these girls?!?! lol

Leslee said...

thanks Jen! The baby was a Christmas present. I don't think the picture showed her long waiting line of babies needing doctored!