Help reading a pattern

I have just started to learn how to knit and I am currently working on a very basic baby cardigan. This is the pattern,

cast on 31 stitches and work 6 rows of garter stitch
Next row- Knit
Next row- Knit 5, purl to end
repeat the last 2 rows 2 more times
Next row- Knit 2, Knit 2 together , knit to end
continue, in stocking stitch, keeping 5 stitches at front edge in garter stitch, decrease 1 stitch at beginning inside 2 stitches every follow 6th row until 26 stitches remaining

I have done all that so far it now says,

Work 3 rows, thus ending with a wrong side row

I am currently on the wrong side row therefore does it mean do three rows of the stocking stitch which would be

A.
K to end
k5, p to end
K to end
k5, p to end
K to end
k5, p to end

B.
k5, p to end
K to end
k5, p to end
K to end
k5, p to end
k to end

or does it mean to do,

C.
k to end
k5, p to end
k to end

D.
K5, p to end
k to end
K5, p to end which will leave me on the right side but the pattern says end on wrong side. Completely confused, have I missed out a stitch :s

Thank you in advance !

Ending with a wrong side row means that your next stitches will be on the right side row. If you’re currently on a wrong side row, ready to work the right side row, work two more rows so the following row will be a right side row. One row more or less isn’t going to matter.