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post #101 of 111 Old 08-19-2010, 12:26 PM
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Corino-you have a ways to go......but many fun years before it really gets bad.

Delfina-HAHA sounds familiar.....right down to the chores! You are just getting warmed up.....

Cori-save my seat, will ya? Headed to the barn. Ttyl. :)

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post #102 of 111 Old 08-19-2010, 12:32 PM
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I have an 11 yr old son. You just wait! Of course now a days with kids any boisterous boy/girl is considered "impulsive" and needs "medication". My son was diagnosed with ADHD at the age of 6. Nice hay? Delfina, kudos to you on your discipline. I like it. If your house is clean enough send her my way.
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post #103 of 111 Old 08-19-2010, 01:08 PM
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Consider it saved!

Oh and I know what a pleasure it will be. Most of the time, I just laugh at my kids. They are pretty well behaved in public...its at home that they are heathens. I love taking pictures of them when they are into something or somewhere that they KNOW they don't belong. Since we are so far off topic...heres my kids! LOL

That's my daughter on mothers day covered in go-gurt. She has to put food in her hair. Its just not right if she doesnt.

And that's my son in her swing...at 3.
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post #104 of 111 Old 08-19-2010, 01:28 PM
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Mine too are well behaved for others and lil terrors at home too! The one exception is family, living 10mins from my entire family for most of my kid's lives apparently exempted my family from the "well behaved for others".

My sister's 1st year at Brooks Institute as a photography student she decided she was going to surprise me with the BEST picture ever of my lil darling.



How can a mother NOT love that picture!? I only got it because my father thought it was so darn hilarious he took the negative away from my sobbing sister and saved it for me.

Thankfully for my poor sister's sake, her lil sister is NOT like her and several years later she received several awards and has this one displayed in the Brooks Institute.

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post #105 of 111 Old 08-19-2010, 01:38 PM
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Awww how adorable! I have some truely hilarous pictures of my son pulling faces when he was a baby.
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post #106 of 111 Old 08-19-2010, 08:48 PM
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SR, your horse just gave you 3 demerits for saying the horse didn't understand the guy/story was a lie! It was in a magazine, nicely documented with pics. However, cynics will always be among us.

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post #107 of 111 Old 08-20-2010, 09:22 AM
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What magazine, Northern?

Unless it was a well known, journalistic type of magazine that doesn't play fast and loose with the truth, I'm still saying it's a complete and utter bogus story.

People lie in print, too. Do you ever read rags like The Sun, National Enquirer, or The Star? Just because you read it somewhere doesn't make it true.
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post #108 of 111 Old 08-20-2010, 09:32 AM
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What magazine, Northern?

Unless it was a well known, journalistic type of magazine that doesn't play fast and loose with the truth, I'm still saying it's a complete and utter bogus story.

People lie in print, too. Do you ever read rags like The Sun, National Enquirer, or The Star? Just because you read it somewhere doesn't make it true.
Huh? So Angelina Jolie isn't leaving Brad this month? Jennifer Anniston isn't pregnant? Oprah hasn't lost weight? Oops I mean gained? Paris Hilton isn't a skank? Oh hang on, pretty sure that one was true.

All horses deserve, at least once in their lives, to be loved by a little girl.
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post #109 of 111 Old 08-20-2010, 01:34 PM
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Paris Hilton isn't a skank? Oh hang on, pretty sure that one was true.


I love the, "I had Bigfoot's baby!" stories, too. Baahaahaa!!!
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post #110 of 111 Old 08-20-2010, 03:31 PM
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Back to the topic of teachers and pencils.

I saw the cutest thing ever today.

I was in an elementary school. There was a teacher that was all set up for the start of school, obviously.

Each desk had the kids name on it in fancy print on colorful paper. There was also a plastic pencil box with the kids name on it. There were three desks with a happy birthday sign on them, with the kids name, date of their birthday and a coupon for a free ice cream from the teacher. (Those three kids had their birthdays during the summer per the signs.) And sitting on top of their pencil box was a sparkly colored pencil.

Loved it!
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