“I didn’t want Mrs. Jones to know that!” Carrie Bickmore of The Project reveals the embarrassing confession her son Oliver told his teacher
She has never been afraid to express her opinion.
But on Saturday, Carrie Bickmore revealed she was speechless when her 11-year-old son Oliver made an embarrassing confession to his teacher.
Written in a column for this week Stellar magazinethe 39-year-old said: “One day after a fruit sale at school, I received a note from the teacher saying that they had asked the class if anyone wanted to take the leftover limes home.”
“I didn’t want Mrs. Jones to know that!” Carrie Bickmore (photo) from the project revealed the embarrassing confession her son Oliver told his teacher on Saturday
“Ollie was the first to raise his hand and let the class know,” Mommy would love them for her gin, “she wrote.
She continued, “They would be handy for a gin, but I didn’t want Mrs. Jones to know!”
Carrie shares her son Oliver with her husband Greg Lange, who died of brain cancer in 2010.
She also has daughter Evie, four, and her youngest child, Adelaide, 11 months, who she shares with her partner Chris Walker.
Hilarious: Carrie revealed that her son Oliver (pictured) told his teacher he wanted to take home the leftover limes from school because his ‘mom would love them for her gin’
Last November, Carrie admitted she was “not ready” for her eldest son to go to high school.
Pin a message in Stellar Magazine, she said that she cannot believe that “the end of an era” is and that her son Oliver is already growing up.
“I feel a soft sadness creeping over me that I can’t tremble. It is the end of an era. The end of primary school for my oldest and I am not ready for it, ‘she wrote.
Family: Carrie also has daughter Evie, four, and her youngest child, Adelaide, 11 months, who she shares with her partner Chris Walker (pictured)
Carrie continued, “I have friends with kids in high school, I see what’s in store for us – the smells, the retreat, the growls – and I’m not sure I’m ready.”
Carrie said she “started enjoying those seemingly mundane moments” when Oliver was young.
“I remember the relief I felt when I was able to drop Ollie at parties and not have to stay. No more chatter and a small window to run errands, ”she wrote.
‘I’m starting to enjoy those everyday moments’: in November last year, Carrie admitted she was ‘not ready’ for her eldest son Oliver to go to high school