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I know...this is slightly off topic but it does revolve around fabric.
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Posts: 16472 | Location: Daingerfield, TX | Registered: Feb 07, 2003Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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They emptied the hamper, but did not flush.

Two days ago they got into the Vaseline and cortisone cream and smeared it on the wall.

Hopefully she learns that when two boys are quiet that they are into or doing something she is going to be highly perturbed about.

Big Grin

 
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Inventive, creative children! Cute as buttons!
 
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LOL, at least they didn't flush Smile


Kayla

"All that we see or seem is but a dream within a dream"
-Edgar Allan Poe-
 
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Brings back many memories! Priceless pictures and Darling Boys!
 
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That is an episode of "fabric watching"...too cute


May
"In Michigan"
 
Posts: 9893 | Location: Michigan,up North,the west side of Perfect | Registered: Sep 14, 2004Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Tooooo cute! I can so see my 2 y/o dgd doing that, but she would probably flush!!!


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l would be unstopable IF l could get started!!!
 
Posts: 9373 | Location: NW AR, Home of the Razorbacks! | Registered: Sep 18, 2002Reply With QuoteReport This Post
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Oh, I've so been there. Had 3 boys in 3 years - it was an eye-opening experience, to say the least.

At least they didn't flush.


Happy is a choice.

GO RAVENS!!!
 
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One of her friends commented on Facebook that one pair of Spiderman underwear cost her $300 to the plumber.
 
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katie, My mother had three in three years too. I, the only girl, was in the middle so guess I "tempered" the boys (y'all can stop laughing any time).

But still...what they got into growing up!
 
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I got more than a smile... I laughed out loud!
Such cuties, and looks like a lot of trouble ahead for Mom!! LOL!
 
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Oh dear Smile Do I see some little boys who will really enjoy doing their own washing in years to come!! It is so true that silent children are children 'in a learning curve'. Cute little lads thoughSmile
 
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