Thursday, April 10, 2008

The Consequences...

Remember this? Well, today this is life in the parsonage. Do you think the other pastor's wives that lived in this parsonage had days like this? I have not been feeling so hot the past few days. I think I may have gotten Jake's "sore throat, headache, chills, achy all over, leave me alone so I can get better" sickness. I just needed to rest...who I am kidding...with my children,


You Rest: You Pay the Consequences.


Yes...that is our obese Wiener Dog eating a cheese quesadilla that was prepared by a 2 year old. Good times.


This is Jake playing in his mess of

Cheese.

The boy can get into all kinds of naughty...just give him a chair.



WHY?!? Why the need to eat everything!


My sweet little Jakob, how do you do it? How do you instinctively know you can get away with all kinds of stuff when I am sick OR on the phone or *cough* computer?!? And how do you know to immediately say "I sorry! I sorry!" and then flash me those little dimples that seem to make even the naughtiest of things seem...cute? You are a brilliant little creature, you really are...but mommy is tired...time for Dora :)


10 comments:

  1. I still have to laugh that you too have carpet in the dining area! It doesn't look bad!!! Odie has quite the life happily eating what they drop!

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  2. I love posts like this. He sure is cute when he's up to no good. The cheese is cracking me up. Only because the same thing happened at our house recently.

    I hope you feel better soon!

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  3. Well, atleast you don't have to worry about your kids starving if you ever, I don't know, pass out or something!

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  4. You poor thing. Just remember that this is fodder for harrassing them in the future. You know, "I remember when I was so sick, and you..." ;-)
    I really do hope you are feeling better soon.
    -J

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  5. That is too funny and not so funny at the same time. Bless your heart.

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  6. The dog is cracking me up right now! I'm glad I'm not the only one that this happens to when she's sick. That's not to say I'm the perfect housekeeper when I'm well ... because I'm not.

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  7. Feel better soon! I have found kids also know when you are trying to pack for a 500 mile trip to see the grandparents. Suddenly children who were playing nicely, and usually are completely engrossed if a movie is playing,need cuddling, discipline, food......

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  8. Hmmm, but the picture of the dining table with dishes on it looks like a decent day at my house... :)

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  9. Oh too cute! And I'm glad you're feeling better!

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