Camila Villafañe

By Camila Villafañe

LifeBuzz Staff

When This Girl Called A Widower "Old" Both Of Their Lives Changed Forever.

Tara Wood, Writer / Facebook

When Tara Wood saw her daughter talking to an elderly stranger at the grocery store, she was confused but not worried. The 4-year-old had a habit of talking to anyone and everyone she came across. But then she heard exactly what her daughter had said — and that’s when she started to panic.

Mother Knows Best

Mother Knows Best

Tara Wood / Facebook

Tara is a stay-at-home mom who describes herself as "a writer, mother of seven vibrant, decent-looking children, and wife of one long-suffering, exceptionally handsome man. Her talents include cursing, polishing off large burritos, making friends with old people, and always remembering her next Xanax dose." And we don’t blame her — her lifestyle would drive anyone else crazy. Especially with kids who are a handful… like 4-year-old Norah.

She's A Firecracker

She's A Firecracker

Tara Wood, Writer / Facebook

Norah is a sweet little girl who loves pink and hates hair accessories. She is also very talkative and extroverted, often wanting to make conversation with strangers. This can be very endearing, but it can also spell trouble. When your child has no filter, who’s to say when she’s going to offend someone on the street? Tara had a taste of that one day with a neighbor’s employee.

She Thinks Out Loud

She Thinks Out Loud

Tara Wood, Writer / Facebook

Tara and Norah were walking in their neighborhood when they spotted some tree service being done in their neighbor’s yard. One of the employees sported a man bun. Clearly curious about this hairstyle, Norah asked him, “You is wearing a bun in your hair?” The man replied, “Yeah, I sure am.” Then, to Tara’s horror, Norah asked the man if he was a ballerina. Thankfully, the man took it with humor. But it was only a matter of time before someone didn’t respond so well to Norah’s indelicate inquiries — especially because the little girl also has a dark side.

Fond Of Tantrums

Fond Of Tantrums

Tara Wood, Writer / Facebook

Like any other child her age, Norah is prone to tantrums — which she expresses by throwing herself on the floor. Like the time she plopped herself down behind the front door of her house because her mother was “unable to make the Earth snow.” All toddlers go through this stage, but Norah’s extroversion made Tara worry she’d one day blow up with strangers. This concern crossed her mind on Norah’s birthday, of all days.

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