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Demon or Angel..My 3 year old...Soulsister
May 12, 2006
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I thought I'd keep a little journal on here to tell the funny and horrible things my little guy does. Then I can remember them later, and because the things he does and says are SO funny!!

Let's see, today I stepped into the shower and slipped and almost fell and broke my neck because little guy decided last night that he would put a "little " soap in the tub for his bubble bath. (which never happened) I was being cawful mom. I just put a little bit...Yah right. Half a bottle. Well, my feet are clean and smell like strawberry smoothie shampoo.

Love you guys... Soulsister

May 12, 2006
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Hey Random or anyone else with stories....feel free to share. No potato throwing!!! HAA HAA! šŸ˜‰

May 12, 2006
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Adorable!! thanks for the smiles. I love little kids! I wish I could think of some it has been a long time.

May 12, 2006
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Soul
If you remember me I cant get my 29 year old son to leave, didnt ask, but i did this to him so here is the story.
When chris was about 7, he wasplaying with me and I remember with a angelic face, he turned to me and said "mommy, Ilove you so much, Im never leaving you, Im going to marry you" It was adorable THEN. Now I bring it up, and tell him I didnt know he was serious.

May 12, 2006
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when my son was about 4, he was insistent on taking showers instead of baths. He wanted to do this all on his own, so I would run the water for him, and stand outside the bathroom door while he would shower. One day, he got soap in his eyes, and called for me. I went in and opened the shower door, and he was standing in the shower with his socks on! He had forgotten to take them off! We laughed for hours! I still remember him standing there with little black and red striped socks, and nothing else on! It was so cute, I still tease him about it.

Kids are priceless!

May 12, 2006
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I can still remember my daughter at age 4 had to stay at home a day bc of diaree.
The next day her teacher asked her:
"Now how is your runny tummy?"

She replied: "Much better, its only walking now"

I could not stop laughting

May 12, 2006
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Oh my gosh!!! I'm cracking up!!!!!LOL!!! LOL!!!

Both of those stories are sooo funny!! HAAHAAHAAHAA!!!

May 12, 2006
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Kids are so literal....they really view thing in such a simple easy way...wish it could stay that way. šŸ˜‰

Hi Garfield...where ya been?

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May 12, 2006
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I remember one time when my second son was about 1 and my first son was almost 2 1/2. I asked the oldest to go in his brother's room to say hi as he was awake. The phone rang, which delayed me in the interim. When I was off of the phone, I went in to their room, and the oldest had taken baby powder and had done his best...there was baby powder everywhere, in their hair, in thier eyelashes, on the bed, on the floor, on their toys...and they were laughing hysterically. So was I!

May 12, 2006
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I have another one...but not my kid. I was on a camping trip with my Girl Scout troop a few years ago, and we were on a hike. The girls were gathering pinecones, leaves and such on their hike. They found some buckeyes on the trail. One of the girls studied them carefully, and listened to us talking about "buckeyes". She said, "How do they get them out of the deer?" I thought that was so cute.

And, once, my daughter was listening to her brother talk about his day at school. He said that his teacher was teaching them how to balance a checkbook. She said, "On your nose or your head?" Too funny!

May 12, 2006
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The soap in the tub...ah yes, I remember losing my balance one morning due to my son having a really good bath the night before. Anyway, I bashed my shin on on the side causing a nice sized bruise. Ouch!

May 12, 2006
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My ex used to leave the house at 5:30 am. One night the boys snuck into our room and put toothpaste in his shoes. ??? That night they wore pillows strapped to their bottoms, as they thought they were in big trouble.

May 12, 2006
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I love it.......funny stories about children are the best thing to bring your spirits up...and not so funny ones...too!

My son hasn't done anything significant today..He's at the neighbors..visiting. She has dogs, and he loves animals. We don't have any, so he goes there to get his animal lovin' fix.

Be back later..Soul

May 12, 2006
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Well, all is quiet and peaceful at the soulsister home..just some music and the click, click, click of the keyboard. Older son is gone for the weekend...little boy is sleeping. It's so peaceful..and a little lonely, but I'm heading back to the BBQ(thread)....YEEHAW!!

May 14, 2006
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Ok...my little guy was in the tub and he was ready to get out and he said "mom, I want t=you to get me out with my Butt Lightyear towel" Ihad to laugh, and I've been asking him over and over, "What towel is this" "my Butt Lightyear towel" poor kid, he doesn't even know what he's saying.

"Buzz Lightyear to the rescue"

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May 14, 2006
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Happy Mother's Day tomorrow SS!

May 14, 2006
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Thank you, on my way. Happy Mothers Day to you, too. I only have little one for most of the day, then my older son comes home...later. He doesn't really acknowledge Mother's Day...aahhh...he's a boy..unless his dad told him to say something..he probably won't. He's at that age where he won't kiss me...except bedtime. You know, I'm starting to embarrass him.

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May 14, 2006
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yes, i remember the embarrasment years..age 10 is about right. they grow up fast.

maybe this time next year you will have 3 boys instead of 2!

May 14, 2006
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OOOhh kinda scary!! Except, I've talked to my older son..I think he'd actually behave better with him here. Jake's been through so much..with his mother fighting with boyfriends. My son knows he's very sensitive about fighting and yelling or anything like that. So, I think he and I will fight a lot less.

Jake's mom has been calling me..she's lonely..without her kids. I don't think she has any friends. She was on the way to the bar when she called me.

When I talked to Jake's dad from jail later...I got really mad at him. I told him I didn't understand why she would still drink and that HE would do drugs...when they knew it would be giving up their child!! I'm going through the anger over it all right now.

SOrry, blabbing....

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May 14, 2006
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because the drugs and the alcohol are more important to them right now. sad but true.

May 14, 2006
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I just can't even fathom that choice...I figure, if Jake is with me...he'll be here to stay...neither of them are going to change. I've been thinking, that they will actually be less likely to, if I get him. They won't have to worry about him. Like, I'll take care of him...and they can go on their merry way!! So, I guess, I'm a little afraid of the responsibility, if they never step up to the plate to help take care of him.

Then, I think about Jake...and want to have him live with us anyway šŸ™‚

May 16, 2006
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When my 10 year old daughter was 4,my dad had hip replacement surgery.We were at my parents home for dinner,and my daughter noticed the rubber stopper from the bottom of a folding chair that had fallen off sitting on the floor.The stopper remarkably looked very similar to the stoppers on the bottom of the crutches my dad was using after the surgery.My daughter picked up the rubber stopper,and said to my mom,"Doesn't this belong on Grandpa's CROTCH?"We know she meant CRUTCH,but we nearly choked to death on dinner laughing.

May 16, 2006
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Thanks..Po'd..I needed a laugh this morning.

After the bath last night..my 3 year old referred to his..you know what..as his peanut. My other son and I thought that was so funny.

Have a great day šŸ™‚ -Soul

May 17, 2006
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He is a demon right now......I'm losing my mind!!! My daycare child was playing with him with cards..he decide he was going to throw them all down..she asks him nicely not to. He keeps doing it. He threw them all down. I told him to pick them up. He wouldn't. I put him in timeout...he starting screaming. THe little gril and I picked them up he tried to take the box and throw it. I put it u. He screamed and screamed "I want it" I said No, because you were throwing them and wouldn't pick them up. More screaming. I put it out of sight. In the laundry room. I decided maybe I should ignore his behavior. He threw everything he could get his hands on...down. I put him in his room. He came out and got on the couch. He said sorta nicely. I want my blanket. Not may I ahve it please. In total exhaustion. Olivia gave it to him. He threw it down. I didnt know it..and picked it up and gave it to him. He threw it again. Now he has screamed for at least 15 minutes "I want you to get it!" I feel I cannot give in!! He threw it down...he can get it!!! I'm going to go jump off a bridge.....

Need help......Please

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May 17, 2006
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wow, strongwilled and competitive..you have a very successful businessman on your hands!! he has wonderful traits, he is just out of control. will think on this one. Dr Dobson's book The Strongwilled Child was my 2nd Bible when the boys were younger.

Was his routine interrupted? Did he miss a nap today? Interrruption of routine or rest is crucial to some children.

that little boofy boogar...bet he's as cute as a button..

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