A Lil’ Inspiration

I hope all of my readers with chubby lil’ girls will show them the latest photos of Starling.  She should be an inspiration to all girls!

Last Wednesday was the first day of swim lessons, and guess who is in Starling’s class?  Fat Alice.  LOL!  I thought Starling did a great job suppressing her laughter.  And when the swim instructor was reprimanding her for talking about blue whales I almost went right down to give him a piece of my mind.  Starling loves sharing her knowledge about whales and it isn’t her fault that Fat Alice was wearing a blue swimsuit.

I must say Fat Alice’s mother is a very unfriendly sort.  If you didn’t understand social cachet, then you would almost think she was trying to snub me, LOL!  Luckily a couple of the gals from Barre-Intensive were there and we had a lovely time ignoring her.

On the way home Starling was reflecting on what an unattractive little girl Fat Alice is and I reminded her that Fat Alice is also ugly on the inside, which is why she is so ugly on the outside. This really seemed to resonate with Starling and since then she has doubled down on her dieting, often skipping meals and making healthy choices like diet coke instead of sugary fruit juice.

Today she put on a dress I had forbidden her to wear because it made her look positively huge and she looked very nice and skinny in it. Even the horizontal striped leggings, which are no one’s friend made her legs look slender.

Way to go, Starling!

No more pear-shaped figure in her pear dress.

No more pear-shaped figure in her pear dress.

12 thoughts on “A Lil’ Inspiration

  1. Pesky Boys

    Fantastic job, Starling! Bikini season IS coming up – very important to be slim and tan! My daughter wants to be a junior lifeguard but the suits are these awful one-piece things. I told her if she would diet like Starling, and come with me to tan twice a week instead of going to lifesaving class, I will buy her some bikinis AND let her get her navel pierced.

    It’s too bad that your pool lets families like that in the lessons with the good girls like Starling. Fat Alice is no role model for other girls, and it sounds like Alice gets her unpleasant insides from her bullying/snubbing mother. Judgmental moms like that shouldn’t be allowed around our kids.

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    1. mythreeangles Post author

      The pool is at our gym, and I applaud the membership salespeople for including families like Fat Alice’s, because they usually quit after a week and keep our membership costs lower, and they really NEED exercise. It doesn’t mean I want to hang around with her awful mom, or that I want Starling to have to spend more time with one of the girls who is bullying her about being a bully, but I doubt that she will be back anytime soon.

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  2. A Tranger

    What a fantastic Mama you are! Everybody knows there’s nothing more important than looking good in horizontal stripes!

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  3. suzy

    She is definitely an inspiration! My daughter ate three chicken nuggets tonight. I am going to show her this picture next time she wants to do something like that. No one likes a fatty whale!

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  4. Big Fan

    Have you considered giving your gorgeous girl one of these weight loss supplements? They are truly amazing, and of course only all natural ingredients. I’ve been using one and I’ve lost 40 pounds!!

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  5. Equestrian Pilates Momma

    Such a Thinspiration! You must be so proud of your Lil lollipop head.
    Will you be getting her some expensive twee clothing to celebrate her weight loss?

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  6. Cindy McCain

    Tell Sterling that if she keeps being tiny she can get rewarded at 16 with some breast implants! GORGEOUS! Then, she can land a powerful politician like I did. The future is bright! But only for skinny girls like your dear Sterling.

    Shouldn’t Fat Alice be swimming with the special needs team? Go Fat Alice, Go! To the other team!!

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