Sunday, January 10, 2010

365 day 65 | I couldn't MAKE this stuff up if I tried!

Wow..... my kids are truly crazy. My friend V told me today I needed to lock down EVERYTHING in my house.
I had a photo shoot today..... the cutest 5 year old and 5 month old and their lovely mom. It was going great. As usual the dogs were locked in our room and the kids were locked downstairs with daddy. Well my MIL's friend had asked Dion for a ride to the airport and he showed up about 15 minutes before the shoot was over.
No big deal.... my kids went off playing upstairs. Ummmmmm ya my kids playing nicely... not a good situation!
When my clients were leaving Ro came downstairs his face covered with white stuff that bore a resemblance to sugar. SUGAR????? Really? When I asked him what it was he said 'baking stuff and we took it to your room!!!'
Calmly I said my goodbyes and walked upstairs.
Which is when the calm left. I knew in advance to bring my camera......... I found my kids and ONE dog playing in a HUGE pile of sugar!!! They had dumped a whole bag all over the floor in our room.
So my perspective on these.... get low.  Try to get the shots of the sugar. I wanted to remember them playing in it before I sent them to their rooms!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



  1. Oh my goodness!!! You are so right! You couldn't make this stuff up! I LOVE those kids!! HA!

  2. OH MY GOSH!! you have some sneaky, imaginative kiddos!

  3. HAHAHAHAHA!!!!! No you couldn't make this up! I love your blog, so entertaining! I can have the worst day and all I have to do is hear a story about your kids and it makes me laugh! Not to laugh at your pain, but hey, you are! Love you guys!

  4. Oh boy... that god for Mr. Dyson. Too funny (until it happens here!)

  5. Well at least Ro is wearing his "dress shirt" for the occasion haha.



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