This week Kevin Hart waxes poetically about his children being a bit more hip and smarter than he.
I can totally empathize.
My tween is growing up.
This was the first year that my shopping did not take me to areas of stores bedazzled in pinks and plastic and lights. For Christmas my daughter asked for a few things that would qualify as “big girl” gifts, among them software for editing videos that she creates. After a few hiccups in school, she has proved that the software she requested will not be too much of a distraction for her school work and videos from her have been made.
The Bee has been hunched over a computer for hours creating videos that get way more views than my vlogs. It confuses me a bit because I swear at this age my sister and I were still playing with Barbies. I can remember the thrill of a new Barbie anything, dressing up the dolls and clinging to the fantasy that came secured in a pink box.
My kid…nope. She asked for computer software, books and other practical things that make me feel like I am pushing her too soon to become mature but knowing that she is becoming a young lady.
Enjoy her work and have a happy holiday!
r’s note: This was a sponsored post but all thoughts and opinions are my own.