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Old 09-07-2007, 09:20 AM   #991
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My recently-potty-trained-son had just finished going potty. Before getting off the potty he took the time to study his peepee - he looked up at me and said in a very concerned voice, "mommy, my peepee has a hole in it". I laughed all day.
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Old 09-07-2007, 09:37 AM   #992
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Enrolling on a Chemistry course and being told "it`s one of the hardest courses available" :)
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Old 09-07-2007, 09:48 AM   #993
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all of the b.s. of life:, the bus schedules and rude passengers, the traffic, the unbelievable work load, the crush to get the nfl on the air this sunday, the stresses of trying to keep a cabin-fevered wife happy, etc., etc., all go away every night when my son runs up to my truck as i pull up in front of my house. he gives me a huge hug and kiss, then glues himself to me for the next hour as he says "i'm glad you're home daddy, i missed you. what took you so long?"

my entire being smiles when he does that, and makes it all worthwile.
it's the reason i can get up and do it all over again, every day.
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Old 09-07-2007, 10:11 AM   #994
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These post, love em' all- makes me smile or laugh, thanks all !
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Old 09-07-2007, 11:06 AM   #995
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My recently-potty-trained-son had just finished going potty. Before getting off the potty he took the time to study his peepee - he looked up at me and said in a very concerned voice, "mommy, my peepee has a hole in it". I laughed all day.
How cute!Kids can be so funny heres one.
Many years agoI was working as a waitress on the lunch shift and this family came in with a little boy about 10 years old they ordered and when it was the little boys turn he ordered weenies by the glass we could not figure out what he meant he the pointed to the table tent which had a list of wines by the glass.I thought I was gonna die laughing.How cute kids take things so literally.
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Old 09-07-2007, 11:35 AM   #996
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When all 3 of our kids said they'd come (with grandkids) for their dad's 70th birthday in Feb. believe me, this is a big deal, and he will be so happy.
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Old 09-07-2007, 11:45 AM   #997
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My recently-potty-trained-son had just finished going potty. Before getting off the potty he took the time to study his peepee - he looked up at me and said in a very concerned voice, "mommy, my peepee has a hole in it". I laughed all day.
Kids are sooo funny. One of my grown sons had trouble saying a few different letters when he was a toddler. I remember getting him out of the bath one day and toweling him off. He kept saying he wanted me to "Make him a woman". He was really adamant about it and I was starting to get a little freaked when I finally realized he wanted me to make him a roman (wrap the towel like a toga)! I laughed for days! He's the same one who used to call his genitals his generals.
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Old 09-07-2007, 12:29 PM   #998
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Bucky's post. The love for his son has a way of making my heart happy.
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I'm not only smiling this morning I'm sitting here LOL at the posts by Michelemarie and Fishers Mom Add to that yesterday I had Ethan and his sister here til mommy could pick them up..Ethan who is really a very good and polite little guy, gave me some lip about not jumping off a chair..I turned around and gave him my do that again look and look out..He ran and sat on the sofa and said, Ma, you aren't going to smack my cute little bum are you? Oh boy, try not to laugh when you are supposed to be stern
Ethan, Olivia, and I ended up on the floor just howling in laughter. Ah, life with little kids is life at it's best.
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I'm not only smiling this morning I'm sitting here LOL at the posts by Michelemarie and Fishers Mom Add to that yesterday I had Ethan and his sister here til mommy could pick them up..Ethan who is really a very good and polite little guy, gave me some lip about not jumping off a chair..I turned around and gave him my do that again look and look out..He ran and sat on the sofa and said, Ma, you aren't going to smack my cute little bum are you? Oh boy, try not to laugh when you are supposed to be stern
Ethan, Olivia, and I ended up on the floor just howling in laughter. Ah, life with little kids is life at it's best.
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Too cute, Kadesma. They really have our number, don't they? And it doesn't stop when they get older. I was trying to be very stern with my 15 year old recently about not falling asleep with his glasses on. He's broken the arm off a few times doing this. He tried saying that he didn't know how they were on his face since he distinctly remembered taking them off the night before. I cut him short, saying come on, how the heck did they get there if he had taken them off. He had his most innocent look and whispered "I think Lori did it (his sister). She's sneaky like that sometimes." I couldn't help it - I just burst out laughing. Anyway, it was nice to start the morning LMAO!
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