Wednesday, February 10, 2010

Princess Practice with Piper

P is for Persuasive Poise

Orations, persuasion, and conversation are very important parts of the job.  Political prowess is an integral part of their duties, and it takes a lot of practice to become polished and articulate.  Piper’s learning early.

And it’s a good thing.

You see, she needs some practice in the “politeness” category.

She started out well—greeting is not a problem.  So long as, of course, her counterpart doesn’t have personal space issues.


She laughed at bad jokes, just to humor her guest.


Unfortunately, the meeting went downhill from there.

She had to be reminded that it’s not nice to lick someone else’s eyes—doesn’t matter how pretty you think they are.


We also need to talk about “pretty” smiling for the press.  I don’t think it’s proper to blow raspberries at the camera.


Practice, practice, practice, little Piper—you’re gonna need it!

1 comment:

  1. So cute. I can't believe how tiny she is, and yet doing things like a big girl! We're having the opposite clothing problem over here. I went and bought a few summer outfits in a size 18m thinking Max will be a year old at the end of March, so they should fit for summer - nope - I tried them on and they fit now! No way they'll still fit come July!