Wednesday, May 14, 2008


Yesterday, while the peanut and I were playing in the backyard, she pulled out my itty bitty gold hoops and laughingly threw them in the grass. Now, if you were too see our grass at this moment, you would know why this is a big problem. Needs a cut does not begin to describe this mess.

So, I began to search on my hands and knees through blades and weeds aplenty. The peanut kept trying to pull me over to her sandbox so I had to finally say, "Honey, remember how you pulled mommy's earrings out and threw them in the grass? Well mommy is trying to find them right now."

Her response? "Oh crap."

My response? "Honey, that's not a nice word. Let's not say that word anymore."

Her response to that? With her little girl giggle, "Oh crap, oh crap, oh crap." Giggle.

Uh huh. Again with the mother of the year prize.


Amanda said...

ahh...don't we love the way God reveals our own words and actions through our little ones. i admit it, i'm laughing right now...simply beause i SO understand! :) hope you found the earrings!

Suzanne said...

hehe. Kids are so wonderful.

Adventures In Babywearing said...

Oh no. One day Gray said "there's crap on my shoe." I immediately emailed hubby and said he can't say that in the house anymore! Gray is using it correctly! AH!


Crazy Daisy said...

ha! so cute, though I can't imagine if I had children what they would be saying... :)

Carole said...

Oh...but it's just too cute!!! :)

meg said...

Holding it in, not funny, holding it in...Bwhahaha!
Sorry~ I'm just glad that stuff happens to other people too :-)