Molly Sims' Daughter, 6, Hilariously Takes Her Phone, Asks Teacher to Wear a Belly Shirt to School

"The audacity," Molly Sims writes after sharing a screenshot of the text messages her daughter Scarlett sent from her phone

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Photo: Molly Sims/Instagram

Molly Sims definitely has her hands full with her daughter at home.

On Friday, the model and actress posted on Instagram explaining that her 6-year-old daughter Scarlett May stole her phone while she was in the shower.

Sims — who is also mom to sons Brooks Alan, 9, and Grey Douglas, 4½, with husband Scott Stuber — shared a screenshot after Scarlett sent a text message to her first grade teacher in hopes of wearing a belly shirt to school.

"This is what happens when my 6 year old takes my phone while I'm in the shower & texts her 1st grade teacher (as me) asking if 'Scarlett could wear a belly shirt.' I mean… THE AUDACITY 🤦🏼‍♀️" Sims, 48, captioned the post. "Well at least her spelling is getting better 😜"

"I literally cannot believe it 😂😂😂," she added on her Instagram Story.

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The mom of three is often discussing how her little girl keeps her on her toes. Back in October, Sims told PEOPLE that Scarlett likes playing dress up and doing Mom's hair, often producing eccentric looks.

"It's not great," Sims joked of her daughter's style choices. "Rachel Zoe used to have this thing where she had the saying of, 'Always take one thing off before you leave the house.' Scarlett would have to take off 10 things! We take the trends to another level. We use a scrunchie, a headband, we use the butterfly clips. We have three best-friends-forever necklaces."

"We take it up a notch," she said with a laugh. "But I feel we'll get better with time."

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As her daughter's fashion sense develops and changes over time, Sims wants to ensure that she and all of her kids have a healthy awareness of body image.

"We will never talk about the word 'skinny.' We'll never use the word 'diet.' We'll never use words in our vocabulary like that," she explained to PEOPLE at the time. "They will not have social media until a certain age. I will keep them in this bubble as long as possible, but I will talk to them."

"I was always a very inclusive kid. I didn't grow up on a diet. My mom talked about being healthy, she didn't talk about being skinny. And that's one thing — there's a million other things I will take from her — but talking about being healthy, because it's really important just to talk. There's this comparison that they all start to do on social media. That isn't real."

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