One of her first assignments was to learn some vocabulary words. Because I'm
One of her vocabulary words was versatile. My example sentence for her was, "Tortillas are versatile; they can be used for fajitas, enchiladas, tacos and sandwich wraps." (Don't make fun of me. We live a few hours' drive from Mexico; we eat a lot of tortillas around here.)
Sydney's sentence was, "Mommy is versatile; she can cook, clean, do laundry, grocery shop and read a lot."
I don't know whether I should laugh or cry. On the one hand, I'm glad she's aware that I do a heck of a lot around the house. On the other hand, I want her to know that women can do more than just take care of a house and family.
Maybe it's time to seriously think about what I want to do once Evan starts kindergarten. Then maybe she can add "have a career as a ______" or "make money to add to my college fund" to her definition of how versatile I am.
Definitely something to get me to thinking, that's for sure.