April 1, 2011

This Pretty Much Sums Up My Life

75 comments

Kourtney said...

This totally made my day! I love it! What a cute mischevious smile too :)

Sarah said...

Is that my kitchen? Looks so familiar..... ;)

Lisa said...

LOVE IT!!!

Mom said...

Are you kidding me? Who said anything about April Fool's Day? That is my life all the time!
Sandy
www.twelvemakesadozen.blogspot.com

Figments of a Mom said...

LOL - that's awesome!

Mimi said...

Ha Ha Ha! I remember doing that to the garage door when I was 4!

TheRapunzelGirl said...

what? they're not stickers?!!

my mom told me a story about a time that one of us 10 kids got into her box of tampons when we were in the bathtub. apparently whomever it was had taken them ot of the applicators, soaked them in the tub & then thrown them to the cieling where they stuck.

my mom said she was mad, but at the same time thought that they looked like little white mice stuck to the cieling with their tails hanging down . . . and i do remember tossing them in the toilet as a child to see what they did in the water.

go figure.

Mal said...

I can see him becoming a very famous--and prolific--artist.

Lisa, An American Mom said...

Haaaa! Stickers!!! :)

Jaimee said...

I am CRACKING UP over this! Thanks for the laugh.

Jaimee

jetyson747@yahoo.com

Andrea said...

The joys of motherhood. Looks very familiar...http://keepingupwiththekunzs.blogspot.com/2009/03/sticker-collection.html

Mrs G said...

He could have wrapped them aroudn his we-we LOL Im waiting for mine to do that.

Veronika said...

How cute... he looks proud! lol

nicole. said...

hahahahahhahahaha omg. he could be besties with my little man.

[Stacia] said...

Hahahahahaha!

Jenner said...

Ah ha ha! Mommy has FUN stickers!

Nikki said...

Your bathroom need that extra touch...to funny!
Raising Marshmallows

Breann said...

So you obviously didn't need those, right? I am sure my little boy will do the same thing someday!

Lissa @ MyThriftyTreasures said...

My friends little boy thought her tampons were those fireworks poppers since it had the string hanging out. So he pulled a whole box of them apart, only to tell her they were "duds".

Alisoncb said...

He is stuck on you! LOL

Kerrie (and Jason) said...

perfetly good use for them. better than taking them to school for show and tell anyway. ROFL!!

Life by Cynthia said...

NICE! I love the look of contentment & pride he has on his face!

Cynthia

Sarah said...

thank you for that. :) i can't stop smiling.

Andrew said...

Look, mom! I found stickers!!

big mama said...

A friend of mine left her two little ones in front of the tv while she went to transfer a load of laundry. In the 6 minutes she was gone, her 4 year old had decorated their new Christmas tree with an entire box of tampons. The strings made great hangers...

Our Life in the Deep End said...

Oh goodness all I can think is this is what I have to look forward to! He just wanted to help with the fix up of the house! Thanks for the giggles.

Bang-Fabrication said...

The don't come off the back of Vans. Yep we still have one hanging on back there.

Gigi said...

This post TOTALLY made my day!!! Seriously.

Daisha said...

My kids think pads are bandaids and just last week my 5 year old boy was using tampons as guns!

Jennifer said...

So very cute!! Typical boy!! Love it!

Brandon and Sarah said...

oh. my. goodness. gracious! Thank you for this smile!

Lindsay said...

I totally know how you feel. Check out my blog...I think it will make you laugh. www.allboysplusone.blogspot.com

Cheryl said...

BWAHAHAHA!

MamaSalmon said...

HAHAHAHA.! THAT IS AWESOME.

Mama Thor said...

Post-its!

Shana said...

Funny!!!

Anonymous said...

Aww, the look on his face is completely adorable.

HW said...

Sometimes we all have a "panty liners stuck to the cabinet" kind of day.

But how cute is that face? How do you ever discipline him?

Anonymous said...

My children pushed all the tampons out of the holders. The babysitter just put them all back in the box. Guess when I discovered them??? I had a friend whose little boy went to school with a maxipad on his head under his hat because he had a "boo-boo". The teachers made it to the hall before bursting out in laughter.

Pam the Realtor said...

Totally had coke squirting out my nose when I saw this. Thanks for the laugh!

Kelli said...

You would not expect so much mischief to come from something so small and cute!

NanaGo said...

My brother made rocket blasters out of mom's tampons, this was in 1960's so envision original cardboard tubes. Luckly for him there was no camera handy, 45 years later only he and I remember the scene. Unlucky for your little guy, he will never be able to let this memory fade, there is too much evidence.

Renny said...

At least he is adorable huh? :)

Susan said...

My 13-mo-old son is OBSESSED with chewing on the ends of tampons. I think it's funny but my husband does not!

eliana23 said...

You've decorated so nicely since moving to FL

Anonymous said...

You post reminded me of my dear nephews who stuck maxi pads to their feet. They told their mom that they were the perfect skates on hardwood floor. My sister was less than amused! Thanks for the chuckle!

Anonymous said...

draw faces on them as your Flat Stanley replacements!!

Liberty said...

Don't worry, apparently I did something much worse when I was little. My brother was learning to ride a bike, and like a good big sister, I was helping him (i.e. SHOVING HIM down a hill.) So, needless to say it ended in disaster. To compile my mounting problems that day, our preacher was coming to the house for dinner. I was able to scoot him into the bathroom and clean him up without Mom seeing him, during which time the preacher arrived. So, Mom calls us for lunch, and everyone is seated. I walk my sweet little brother in the room with the BIGGEST BANDAID I could find. At least, I thought it was a big Bandaid. :)

Murdocks said...

I was teaching my 7-8 year old church class one Sunday when one of the boys pulled a tampon out of his pocket and started playing with it. He thought it was a parachute!

Diane Conn said...

bwa ha ha ha ha ha!
You just made me day!

Laura@livingabigstory said...

Y'know, this is how sad I am -- when Anonymous said that her nephews like to use maxi pads as skate on the hard wood floors, I actually thought, "Hmmm... I wonder if I could get my kids to clean the floors for me if I used those on their feet."

Yeah ... I'm just pitiful!

Mona said...

Just wait until he finds your tampons! (Apparently, they make great straws once you remove the cotton part.)

Dumb Mom said...

Wait? Are we living the same life? That is insane and awesome all at the same time.

Elena Kazanova said...

What a funny picture! I wonder whether a girl would have done that...they are also very creative at all ages :)

Cindy said...

Ok, Russ & I are totally LOL about that one!

Tracy said...

Well at least it wasn't tampons... My son has autism and LOVES straws and all things of the same tube shape... Let's just say that we have to make sure that the tampons are hidden well so that he doesn't find them and put them in his drink or just carry them around to play with. It is always fun to play the 'see what Z~man has in his hands' game everyday while walking into school. LOL!

Jenny from Socialcheap said...

Hahaha! Love it!

Vanessa said...

bwahaha too cute and when he grows up you can look forward to this
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sgMl-iZ3tZM
lol!!!

housewife said...

bawhahahahahaha!

The Mommy Therapy said...

My son did this at the doctor's office when he was 2 while I was taking his brother to the bathroom. (It was right next to our room.)

I still can't tell you to this day why the hell I had a bountiful supply of pantyliners in my purse, but fortunately for him, I did.

Good times.

Love his expression in this photo. Total pride!

Anonymous said...

My daughter took my tampons for school show and tell .......

Catie said...

Haha - he looks SO proud of his "work" ;)

Jessica said...

Love It! My son at age 4 got a hold of a box of Tampons, distributed them amongst his friends and created "whistles"! (at least they weren't used. Right???)

Kristine N said...

Yep. My daughter (2 1/2) loves those too. She calls them "mommy's band-aids."

Kasey said...

My husband stuck them to his little boy parts when he was 3 and they couldn't get it off his baby smooth skin. Left it on for days before baths finally freed it.

I packed a tampon in my lunch box in elementary school bc I thought it was a fruit roll up.

JD said...

that is so funny!!!! me and my mom cracked up :)

lookformiracles said...

Oh this brings back so many memories...We managed townhouses while my husband was in med school. One day my then 5 year old son (now 18 and still finding "creative" things) came down the stairs as I was talking to a potential renter.. "Mom, look at me" ...he had two of my "overnight" pads lined up perfectly on his face!
P.S. New Reader..love it!

Cam - Bibs and Baubles said...

I am not supposed to laugh this hard at work!!!

Beth said...

HA HA HA!!!!! This is the funniest picture I have ever seen in my life. And I know that it is in my future as well. Better laugh it up now...

Lucy said...

I read this post a few days ago, loved it. This morning I found my daughter with two broken arms wrapped in pantyliners...

Lucy said...

http://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=10150218947680170&set=a.209019790169.176718.753510169&theater - You can see the pictures here.

Stuart and Kimber said...

Awesome.

Deila said...

Yea, I recognize those, my daughter, who is now 29 did that on my mirror, well she also put them on the bottom of her feet and walked all over the house. I had just delivered my second baby and was too exhausted to do anything about it -- for months.

Beth @ Sand To Pearl said...

Ha! When my niece was little she took the applicators from tampons and put them on her fingers (unused ones) and came out of the bathroom declaring "Witch Fingers!"
It would have been a lot funnier if I didn't have to buy new tampons.

jennacoy23 said...

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