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    09-29-2012, 07:32 PM
I LOVE THESE! My 3yr old is another one good for random laughs. The other day, "Mom, boys don't drink soda, boys drink beer."
We live near an Army Reserves Mobile division. One day during their monthly training we walked past and he asked what they are. I said they were the army and they keep us safe. He said, "and trucks too?" Me, "trucks too." Him, "yeah, they get the trucks out if trees." Me, "huh?" Him, "duh mom, that's were they get a time out!"
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    09-29-2012, 09:04 PM
Green Broke
@ Whisper re: # 18 - Gee, thanks for the memories of our youngest at that age! :)
    09-29-2012, 09:07 PM
Green Broke
@ MH re: #20 - Would be so awesome if she allowed you to have these out at her HS graduation party! :)
    09-29-2012, 11:33 PM
Allowed? Ha! They will so be at her graduation open house...and possibly in the newspaper too!
    09-29-2012, 11:56 PM
Green Broke
These are hilarious.. MHF I laughed SO stinkin hard of thepicture of M when she cut her hair..

I'm to parent but when my dad divorced my stepmom I was 15 and Holly was 7..he didn't remarry until this past year so I basically raised Holly..then the fact that I'm the oldest "kid" in the family at 24, lots of little ones under me..five sisters.. I'll have to come back and tell a few when I'm on my laptop.

When Holly was little and we would be going somewhere she would run away from you in the yard. I'd have to go get her and the whole time she would be screaming "GITINDCAAAAA!!! GITIN DACAAA!! DDAAA CAAA!!!" In this like growling voice..And we had no idea what she was saying for finally clicked that she was yelling "get in the car!" Like her mom would be telling her.
    09-30-2012, 12:09 AM
I could have just died when she cut her hair. There wasn't much fixing to it, she cut her darn bangs all the way to her hair line. My aunt tried her best and gave her asymmetrical bangs. The girls at my aunt's salon just laughed and laughed and then encouraged Morgan by telling her that asymmetrical hair cuts were the in trend. She wore alot of cute scarves/headbands/do-rags on vacation. It's funny now, not so much when it happened.

It could have been worse though. A good friend's daughter cut hers when she was in Kindergarten. She had hair past her butt, she took the scissors to it, took out a big chunk from the back to the scalp and both sides above her ears to the scalp in chunks that were about 2 inches square. She had a very awkward looking pixie hair cut for awhile
    10-01-2012, 08:06 AM
MFQH I could bring that little punkin right home what a cutie!!! Love love love the mud picture!!!
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    10-01-2012, 09:07 AM
Lol. The mud pic is one of my favorites. She's definitely a farm girl, thank goodness because I wouldn't know what to do with a prissy girl!

I'm sure we could arrange that WN but you would ship her back after she talked your ear off in the first ten minutes.

We are going to FL in a few weeks to move my grandparents to their winter home permanently. My hubby is driving the you haul so it will just be me & Morgan in my ears hurt thinking about it lol!
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    10-01-2012, 03:11 PM
In the first one, I asked Jamie to keep an eye on her brother. The second one is standard bike riding attire for Shane. The third is thanks to my parents
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    10-01-2012, 03:20 PM
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How about things you never dreamed you'd ever hear them say?

Last night as I was cleaning the barn and doing the nightly feeding, "Mooooommmmm, she hit me with the CAT!".

Really sad part is not only was it true, the cat didn't mind in the slightest bit.

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