Wednesday, April 13, 2005

Conversations with my Five year old...

I'm really beginning to hate this conversation. We have it every day and I keep hoping it will change. I pick her up after school...

Me: Hello Honey! You look good. Did you have a nice day?

Her: Yes.

Me: What did you do today?

Her: I don't know. I don't remember.

Me: You just walked out of can you forget all ready?

Her: *Shrug*

Me: Did you do some reading today?

Her: Yes. Some reading. About volcanoes.

Me: Cool! What did you learn about volcanoes?

Her: I don't remember.

Me: Did you do some math? Some writing?

Her: I think so. But Mummy...I...Don't...Remember!

Me: Fine. You don't remember. You've only spent six hours in that building and you cannot remember any of it. I'm sure your teachers are really proud.

Her: Can I go play Sonic...

Me: Yes. I think you should. Go now.

Are they sworn to secrecy or something? This is a variation of just about every after school conversation. I know I'm not alone as other parents have complained about the same thing. They could be sewing the panels onto soccer balls and I'd never know it! I feel cheated. I want to know what goes on after the teacher shuts the door.

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