on September 16, 2015
Saturday, January 4th @ 03:24 am by Kathryn
My daughters are 16 years apart and of course the littlest could do nothing wrong EVER. But when she was just short of 2 years old she came screaming into my room, “She’s counting on me, she’s counting on me”..... One of the funniest things ever.....apparently Big Sister was out of options and the 1, 2 3 was on!
Monday, July 4th @ 04:52 am by Andrea
In my house growing up 3 = a butt wiping
Friday, November 20th @ 03:06 am by Katia
Inalways did the counting thing with my daughter...and she would get a seat on the behind if I had to say "three." Once when I started counting, she looked at me and said , "two...three" and then swatted herself on the butt. I had to leave the room so she wouldn't see me laughing...w
Friday, October 23rd @ 10:06 am by Erin
When I started babysitting I found myself saying stuff my dad used to tell my siblings and me. Stuff I HATED to hear. When you hear certain things all your life, odds are you're gonna end up saying it too.
Wednesday, October 21st @ 08:16 am by Orion
There's nothing wrong with saying you hate school. Why is he still going?
Wednesday, October 21st @ 01:49 am by Sue Chapman
What's even better is when those little ducklings grow up and have ducklings of their own and do the VERY SAME THING with their little ones!
Tuesday, September 29th @ 14:37 pm by Karyn
My latest thing has been when my kid is being repetitive with something I've told him to stop saying -- for example, "I HATE SCHOOL" or even just "NO" -- I'll threaten him with my best Mom voice, "Say 'I hate school' ONE. MORE. TIME." I have no idea what will happen if he says it one more time.
Wednesday, September 16th @ 23:59 pm by Nitin
Wednesday, September 16th @ 21:10 pm by fluffy
Ha, my little brother did that all the time.
Wednesday, September 16th @ 11:53 am by stephen f roberts
It seems counting in anger is some kind of innate ability that you develop after spawning kids...
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