She is as gross as any 12 year old boy you have ever met. And, I love her because she doesn’t give a shit! But, it’s still gross. But the folks at the curb store love her too.
We all know Bam-Bam
Bam-Bam is keeping it real.
Gasmii, I think there may actually be something wrong with my snark muscle when it comes to this show because, the cutest thing ever happens!
Sugar Bear and Alana have a daddy/daughter day. Since Sugar Bear works 7 days a week, he rarely gets to spend time with the girls. And, he is really excited about getting the chance to spend some daddy/daughter time with Alana. They go to the Fun Factory, which looks an awful lot like Chuck ‘E Cheese with a roller rink.
This part of the episode really made me realize why places like Chuck ‘E Cheese exist. As a somewhat neurotic person, I automatically think about how germ-y a place like that would be. The strange kids with questionable hygiene, the less than ideal cooking conditions (allegedly), and the communal nature of all of the activities, makes me shudder. But, then I realize that with the exception of the (alleged) cooking conditions, it’s probably just like kindergarten; only, I was too young to realize it at the time.
With all of that said, the scene completely warmed the cockles of (allegedly) snark-ridden heart. Sugar Bear tells us that Alana “took his breath away” when he first saw her as a newborn. And, as a Daddy’s Girl myself, I simply can’t make fun of it.
We are back at the house, and I have no idea if it’s the same day of the daddy/daughter date or not. Chickadee is miserable in her pregnancy. I feel for her because if school is starting in a couple of weeks, then it is most likely late July or early August. In that area of Georgia, July and August (especially August) are just the hottest most unbearable months for anyone. And, she is pregnant and about two weeks from her due date. So, yeah, she was had to be absolutely miserable.
June is worried that Chickadee isn’t mature enough to have a child, but it’s not like they can do anything about it. I’m so glad that June and Sugar Bear are so supportive of Chickadee. I mean, at this point done is done. It doesn’t matter how or what they felt when they found out she was pregnant. The baby is a reality and they can either be there for Kaitlyn and Chickadee or not. I’m glad they chose to be there because it gives Kaitlyn much more of a chance at having a good life and turning out OK.
The girls are talking about birthing. There is talk of biscuits, moon pies, pooping yourself, hemorrhoids, and dilation. Granted, I have never been pregnant, but I have to agree with Alana when she says that having babies sounds disgusting. I hate to offend the moms out there, but seriously? It does sound gross!