Throwing Caution to the Wind
eeewww...and your sheets are so pretty too!
Eeewwwww!!!!Gotta love 'em, but I would make 'em change my sheets immediately.
Oh, he looks like a sweet kid......nice to have around the house! Just had to let you know.....the Dictionary.com word for today is "vexillology": the study of flags!So if you ever find your family to be "vexing"......
Looks like the tantrums I take on occasion, must remember to blow my nose somewhere when finished.#1
When does school start again?
Nothing quite like crunchy sheets. Of course you started this whole mess when you had the GALL to say no. I'm with Mental Mama, when DOES school start??
I've been there before!!!!
Then SHE said, "Son, this is how you strip the sheets from the bed and launder them......."Bawhahahaha!
Ewwww. And I'll bet he wouldn't have had any problems sleeping in it either.
lol got to love the melt downs... yea he would be stripping the bed and loading the washer and learning what the buttons and dials mean... but you got to admit he is so cute LOL. school starts here monday~ HUgs laura
I perfectly understand him. When I was around 5 years old, my family (of 7 kids) were at a family reunion. One of the cousins took my baby doll and I cried and cried. When my older sister was near enough, I blew my nose on her sweater. Of course many years later, she still reminds me of it too!Have a great weekend.
I'll bet he felt alot better when he was through, too. Love that you kept your cool enough to take pics! Sweet.
LOL! I look like that when I run out of blogs to read.Sans sheets of course because I don't want to have to avoid my snot spot at night. :)
You've got to Love those "moments", and at least you've captured them for future use!!:)
He looks like a pretty tired guy. My youngest used to be the Queen of Hissy Fits!
He is adorable. I would blow my nose on pink sheets too. I can't blame him. ;)
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