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    Senior Member dixie_fried's Avatar
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    How's my lipstick?

    Any on my teeth?
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    My toddler is potty learning and insists on "pwivate-cy" when he goes potty. It seems he needed time to get his make-up on instead of doing his business!!
    Thought you all might get a giggle out of this!

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    Adorable that is a little better than when my grandson came out with a Desitin face mask on!

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    He looks like he is planning to become a member of Kiss!!! Too cute!
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    DH and I had a good laugh from this pic. What a cutie.

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    So funny and such an adorable little guy! He looks quite delighted with himself! Thank you for the laughs and for bringing back memories Dixie! My daughter was artistic with lipstick too... and crayons, and markers... Only one week after I finished wallpapering our kitchen she made it more colorful! And there was the time my son mummified himself in panty liners.
    We just sent our son (our youngest) off to college this year and Oh how i miss those years when my kids were little. Do your best to preserve these crazy wonderful times in a special place in your heart!

    Oh my goodness Donna... how in the world did you get all that Desitin off? LOL!

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    I do not know how DDIL got the Desitin off It was her problem!! I raised 5 boys saw it all!! It was not as funny then as it is now!

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    He sure is a hoot!
    I often think to myself that he was given to me to keep me humble and humorous! (His brother and sister are 10 and 15 years older than he is...) And, I really enjoy him at 40 more than I did my other two when I was younger and not as patient.
    It takes patience to laugh at things like this and what I lovingly refer to as his "cave art"--pen/pencil/sharpie/crayon markings on the walls at knee height. Thank goodness for Magic Eraser and a glass of wine!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dixie_fried View Post
    He sure is a hoot!
    I often think to myself that he was given to me to keep me humble and humorous! (His brother and sister are 10 and 15 years older than he is...) And, I really enjoy him at 40 more than I did my other two when I was younger and not as patient.
    It takes patience to laugh at things like this and what I lovingly refer to as his "cave art"--pen/pencil/sharpie/crayon markings on the walls at knee height. Thank goodness for Magic Eraser and a glass of wine!!
    "Magic eraser and a glass of wine"! LOL! We do grow in patience and wisdom with each new child... at least we hope to!

    FIVE boys Donna? I bet you did see it all. Our ONE boy was quite a handful and so different from the girls. So bless your heart!


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    I think what saved me was a lady I met in the store that had 10 children she said I lived through it and so will you! I was at times overwhelmed with their antics but I am still here!

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    I had twins and a three yr old and there were certainly times I didn't think I would live through it. A couple of stories, age 2, boy twin sitting in the kitchen floor and girl twin putting syrup on his head making him into a panacake.
    Girl twin in floor of kitchen putting Crisco on legs and calling it handceam momma. She was very well lubed up! They are 37 and 40 so I did make it and so did they!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuzzinBumble View Post
    "Magic eraser and a glass of wine"! LOL! We do grow in patience and wisdom with each new child... at least we hope to!

    FIVE boys Donna? I bet you did see it all. Our ONE boy was quite a handful and so different from the girls. So bless your heart!

    What I wouldn't have done for a Magic Eraser, back when my oldest decorated the mirrored entry hall in our apartment with lipstick...that was the last time I left my purse near the door.
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    Don't even want to start about my 5 boys and 3 girls. Funny now and .. Yes, you do make it through everything. LOL
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    My Dd decide3d to "paint" her room with her dirty diaper while I was out and Dad was "babysitting by sleeping on the sofa. It took soaking her in the tub and plenty of scrubbing to clean the walls, her crib and everything within her reach. She was about 18 months old at the time. I don't know who I was madder at her or her father.
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    I can't stop laughing!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kathy Osterby View Post
    My Dd decide3d to "paint" her room with her dirty diaper while I was out and Dad was "babysitting by sleeping on the sofa. It took soaking her in the tub and plenty of scrubbing to clean the walls, her crib and everything within her reach. She was about 18 months old at the time. I don't know who I was madder at her or her father.
    My oldest got diarrhea while Dad was babysitting. He didn't do diapers. He took her & clean clothes, diapers (at least he thought of that) to his mother's for cleanup.

    Another time with younger daughter, she had a messy poopy diaper. He stripped everything off her, including high top shoes & left it all in a heap on the floor for me to clean up. He sorta put a diaper on her (it was hot out) & that was all. Diaper was almost off when I got home, but at least he tried.

    I will say, though, that he was very good about cleaning up barf, no matter if it was on kid, floor, car seat. I couldn't handle barf.
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    my son is 37. He loved the bruins and at 4years went out in the drive way with his stick and goal. I was in bed(he got up at 5:30 EVery morn.) He came in and asks "have you seen my knee and elbow pads?" No, I haven't. I hear door as he goes out a few min. later. He comes in in 10 min. and I holler "Did you find your pads" No but I have better ones I found in the bathroom and they stick on great! Yup--time of the month pads, I wonder how many neighbors saw it??
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    how cute they are at that age, and then good bribery pictures for when they get older and don't want to do anything but want to go out .. hehehehe ... Trust me I know, things get done when you say well I guess I will entertain your b/fwith the family album while you clean ! LOL amazing what gets done when you say that !LOL granted I never would but it sure got things done!! LOL
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    What a cutie! Sometimes as mothers you just have to relaxe and laugh!
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    Too cute. Oh those precious moments to chreish.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Up North View Post
    Adorable that is a little better than when my grandson came out with a Desitin face mask on!
    My son (about 3 yrs. old at the time) put Desitin all over a couple of his stuffed animals. They were too large to go in the washing machine, so they ended up leaving the house.

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    How cute it that. This picture will be a lot of years of laughing.

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    Thanks for all the stories about the funnies kids get up to!
    I just fished a tennis shoe out of the toilet. He said he was "washing" it.

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    Hi! dixie-fried! Cute little boy, when my son did things like that, it was hard to get mad, have to laugh at that. My son is 34 now, still writes on self (gets tattoos).

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    My then 3 year old tried to put mascara on herself, then her uncooperative 1yo younger sister. Too cute and I have great bribery pics, too!

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    my first born at just over 2, 2nd son having just been born, was sitting on the floor between the kitchen and family room with a large pile of flour and sugar, a 1/2 gallon container of milk, 4 broken eggs on top of the flour /sugar pile and was just lifting the milk as i entered the room. and i said ( silly me) what are you doing josh? so he said making daddy a birdday cake. ( i shoulda known, no bowl, no baking powder or soda but pretty much the basics. not bad for 2.)
    emily was our artist. i finally bought a cheap frame and 2 sided tape. she drew, i framed it. neither boy drew on the walls, but put stickers EVERYWHERE!
    josh learned to potty sitting backwards on the seat. his little brother, after observing josh and daddy compromised and stood in front of the seat. too bad he wasn't taller. they are all grown now. josh doesn't cook. emily loves interior design and dan is in performing arts. i'm a nervous wreck with a facial tick. it's all good!
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