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        11-10-2012, 01:24 PM
      #51
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    I have another from my brother haha. My brother and sister came to stay with my dad and I this weekend like they do every other weekend.

    Well I wanted to take my little brother to see Hotel Transylvania because he's been wanting to see it since it came out nearly 2 months ago. I go to start my truck and low and behold it won't start. Turns out both of the batteries in my truck died what luck right? So I got the idea that "Hey! We'll walk to the movies it's good excerise."

    So as we're walking to the movies I decided to document our little adventure. I caught some really funny things on the video but my favorite is this one. It's Aiden not exactly saying the name of the movie right.

    It was a half hour video I'm sure there's more stuff on it I'll have to look through it soon to see if I find anything but this was the most memorable. =P

    I love my little brother haha. The prelude to this clip was me asking him what we were seeing.

    A-What? Transylvania - YouTube
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        11-11-2012, 02:02 PM
      #52
    Yearling
    My sister loves to wear high heel boots when she is going out. Picture tall boots with high heels. We've always teased her & called them her "hooker" boots. Hunter was probably 4 & Brent was taking him to daycare. Another mom was dropping off her child, in a very nice business jacket & mid length skirt & high heeled boots. Hunter blerts out " Daddy! That lady has hooker boots!"
         
        11-24-2012, 01:26 AM
      #53
    Yearling
    At Thanksgiving, the kids went for a little walk. Of course, they picked up lots of "treasures". This time it is as a ton of acorns. My aunts proceeded to put tge acorns in a plastic baggie for the kids. My son was so proud of his treasures, he wouldn't put the bag down. You can all share in my "love" of treasures, lol. Especially the ones that tend to end up in pockets & my wash machine.

    Well my son finally put them down when we started packing up to leave, so I saw it as my opportunity to let the treasures be free:). Wouldn't you know it, he realizes he doesn't have them any more, so he starts yelling " WHERE'S MY NUTS? HAVE YOU SEEN MY NUTS?!? I LOSY MY NUTS!

    I couldn't help but bust out laughing
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        11-24-2012, 10:18 AM
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    You can all share in my "love" of treasures, lol. Especially the ones that tend to end up in pockets & my wash machine.

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    I can totally relate to that. I have a collector too. The things I've found in her pockets are baffling sometimes. None stick out quite as much as the time I almost washed a toad. We now have a "laundry fine" system implemented. She is responsible for checking her own pockets, anything I find costs her a nickel. Of course she doesn't know that I put it right back in her piggy bank later but the lesson is still learned lol.
         
        11-24-2012, 02:23 PM
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    At Thanksgiving, the kids went for a little walk. Of course, they picked up lots of "treasures".
    I couldn't help but bust out laughing
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    I don't have a collector who looks for treasures... possibly due to the fact that as she helped me muck out, I used to tell her to find the missing treasures aka manure At least she didnt try and put that treasure in her pockets!!
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        11-24-2012, 06:01 PM
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    Just got home from getting our Christmas tree. We told Morgan she could pick it out. She thought that was great, picked a monster and then my hubby tells her "Okay, you picked it you have to carry it back to the truck." and the tree farm owner then says "Yep, that's the rules here kiddo." The look on her face was priceless.

    Here's her pick. I think she did good. She helped saw until it fell.
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        11-26-2012, 08:04 PM
      #57
    Yearling
    I was trying to leave for work this morning, and could not find my keys anywhere! I almost woke up my other half to tell him I had to take his car when I thought to myself, maybe I laid them on the counter and they fell off into the dog toy basket. Sure nuff, they were in the dog toy basket. A few minutes ago, Kayla was digging all the toys put of the basket so I asked her what she was doing. She looked at me and started giggling and said " I hid your keys from you and they are in here"!!
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        12-07-2012, 04:09 PM
      #58
    Trained
    E came home yesterday with a tale... Made me promise not to get mad. I never get mad at that kid, LOL! But knew it was going to be a good one!

    Yesterday E was eating her lunch when a boy next to her told her that her yogurt was made out of worms! She tossed the EXPENSIVE treat for fear it was.

    So she asked me if it really was, "umm NO!" I replied, "Do you think I would feed you worms?" No she said. So she told daddy the tale later... His response: "Well, did you read the ingredients?" "Yeah!" she exclaimed, "but it said pasteurized and I know there's worms in the pastures!"
         
        12-07-2012, 05:50 PM
      #59
    Weanling
    When I was little I went through the "Whats that? Whats that? Whats that?" stage for almost a year, drove my mom completely insane!!

    One day when I was 4 or 5, Mom went to go have a shower quickly.. I was sitting quietly watching television... She was gone for maybe 5-10 minutes, came back to find Butter ALL over the kitchen, puppy, and my self. Opps.
         
        12-08-2012, 11:51 AM
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    Yearling
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    E came home yesterday with a tale... Made me promise not to get mad. I never get mad at that kid, LOL! But knew it was going to be a good one!

    Yesterday E was eating her lunch when a boy next to her told her that her yogurt was made out of worms! She tossed the EXPENSIVE treat for fear it was.

    So she asked me if it really was, "umm NO!" I replied, "Do you think I would feed you worms?" No she said. So she told daddy the tale later... His response: "Well, did you read the ingredients?" "Yeah!" she exclaimed, "but it said pasteurized and I know there's worms in the pastures!"
    I love it when explanations are prefaced with, "promise you won't get mad...." it always makes for a good story
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