- At Jo-Ann's a woman stopped Joe and I and commented on how cute Kalli is with her helmet. She then proceeded to ask us if she has it on to protect her from her brother. Sorry no, but maybe that is a good idea.
- A woman again at Joanns (I must spend a lot of time there) made a comment that Kalli must bump her head into a lot of things for us to resort to putting her in a helmet. Seriously lady?
- My all time favorite is coming out of the library, I was getting Kalli out of her sling. This old man was driving away in his car and stopped by my car as I was putting the kids in. He rolled down the window and said how cute her helmet is. Then he proceeded to say "I was just wondering about it because I would like to get my granddaughter one". I promptly replied that she would need surgery to get it. I think that shut him up.
Mind you, most of the weird comments are coming from the older generation, maybe they don't mind saying the first thing that comes to their mind. I actually find these occurrences hysterical, not rude. I really doubt they mean anything by them. But the fact that I get those three comments almost on a daily basis makes me smile. Now when we go out, we won't have the comments anymore, what will I do with myself?