Saturday, August 28, 2010

WHY????

Why does he do this to me???


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I swear, there are some days that I really think he is trying to give me a heart attack!


It's not like we have a lot of money or um any money that he would inherit and by the time it got diveed up between them all, they might be able to buy a pack of gum and while that would thrill the girls, I think Charlie would be sorely disappointed.  You know, all that work for nothing!!  Hehe!


Out of all of my children, he is the one voted most likely to send his parents to an early grave! 


However, his little sister Em is trying her best to usurp his title!


A friend of mine today described Charlie as being very "Tigger" like and I have to admit that suits him to a tee


and I love every bouncy ounce of him!!!

8 comments:

  1. I just happened across your blog this weekend and love it. Your boy reminds me very much of one of mine! I just keep telling myself "breath in through the nose and out through the mouth". Yeah, like that works:) Your family is adorable and seeing all the little ones that you are posting about touches me so much. Thanks for sharing.

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  2. One day he's gonna wake up and not be able to do that anymore... like, when he's 40.

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  3. I would like to introduce our son, Rion! Sounds like 2 peas in a pod! Week before Disney, broken leg, 3 hours into vacation at Edisto Beach, broken elbow.... This is completely off of that subject though. Our family wants to adopt an older girl- if you hear of any, can you please kepp us in mind? This is our email and blog- gksmith@windstream.net
    www.catecomeshome.blogspot.com
    Thank you!! Kim

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  4. Hi Kim. There are several in my waiting kids posts. You can search under waiting kids to view all the posts and I will email you as well. Did you see Lizzie and Elise from Thursday's post?

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  5. Oh my oh my. That looks painful!! LOL on the pack of gum!

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  6. This post so makes me think of the first paragraph in "bringing up Boys" by James Dobson. You know, the one where he pretty much says that those of us blessed to be raising a son may find our biggest challenge is keeping them alive until they leave the nest.
    And makes me shudder to think of the day my Caleb is the same age as Charlie...

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