Boys = Noise covered in dirt...that sounds about right!
Just reading a few of your posts made me tired...and I have only two. :)
You are too funny!Mrs. Nurse Boy
This is so cute. Thanks for sharing. Hey, my cuz is having her 5th boy. I think I sent her to your blog once...I should give you the link to hers. If you come to my page, on my blog roll she is Reality Hits the Fan...actually here is the link:http://cani4.blogspot.com/notice that her cani4.blogspot...that is actually from the first initials of her 4 boys...funny huh. I thought you would have some fun interacting with her...and you are SOOOOO inspiring to me. She would love you to. Thanks for the fun read. Sorry I haven't been by as often. I got down and didn't get up to blogging much.
oh my! snicker snicker!
That does it! You now have the letter A for your alphabet meme!
That's pretty funny, I was laughing outloud! We'll work on those A's!! :)
ROFLMBO that is too cute! Yeah you set me into a fit of giggles ;)
ha! Paul told me about that after choir and it took me a minute to get it. I had to put myself in a "Susan" frame of mind. j/k
Cracked me up! Reminds me of Lion's "rocket" wink-wink-nudge-nudge...http://samster-dot-com.blogspot.com/2008/12/sweet-innocence.htmlThen I went back and re-read your comment on that post about your #7 putting cardboard tubes down his pants to be a rocket.These kids are blogging gold!
Have you ever let your boys play with the bubble gum colored playdoh? My youngest two love to play with playdoh. They especially like to squish it through ruler that has different shapes. It makes an elongated shape of whatever shape you chose. Well guess what the circle shape looks like. It is real creepy, I seriously might have to replace it with a different color. I won't send pictures.
I love their first writing attempts!! I try to save my kids firsts, it is so amazing watching them go from barely legible to fully legible. My 3 year old is trying sooo hard right now to write like her sisters, and she does fairly well! my oldest really struggled in Kindergarten - and her sisters have done awesome - I think it takes one to lead the way and the rest follow - I LOVE that about kids, can you imagine having your first kid over and over again? Having to teach them everything everytime.. I love that my youngest wanted to potty train after watching their sisters, and write and read and walk and clean up and ....... yep that too.
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