haha! cute. and love the pic!
i submit to you that it's the age. my son seems to think he needs to go commando all the time...
ha! That Stink is a funny kid. :)
You mean we're supposed to wear underwear during the holiday season??? Darn!
THAT...is priceless! My boys heard me laughing and asked me what was so funny (they're 8 and 11) so I had them reading it and they laughed like crazy. I'm sure that will be their new favorite phrase. Thanks for that. LOL
Bwahhahahah....that is awesome!
We just went for a week to California and neither of my sons even BROUGHT underwear. The worst is that my six year old wore pants with a rip right in the crotch to school and of course was going commando.
which reminds me of a good story...my friend's son was at a store last year with his mom, when she found some pants she wanted him to try on."heh-heh-heh," he giggled. "i, um, can't.""why not?""i'm freebirding, mom.""don't you mean freeBALLING?""oh. yeah. heh-heh-heh."
LOL! How about French?
"Kids Say the Darndest Things!" Didn't Art Linkletter write that book about kids like stink?I thought your Christmas post was just wonderful, beautiful memories.
Oh, Mama P, thank you SO MUCH for your comment on my blog. I always (always!) feel so guilty when someone suggests I should be thankful ALL the time, mostly because I wish I could be and I try. Truly, though, sometimes I feel like I am going Stark Raving Mad(TM). Anyway, that fella's comment is partly (but only partly) responsible for my most recent blithering post. The holidays - and more specifically, New Year's - brings it on a bit, too. Happy New Year to you and your gang! You make me laugh, too!
Nearly all my undies have been eaten by my Golden retriever. What's it called when a nearly middle-aged woman does it? :))BTW: bwwahhahahaha.
What is it about men and the lack of undies? : ) But that little man is just the cutest thing...dressed or otherwise.Hugs,Sue
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