Tuesday, March 14, 2006

other people's kids.. and your own.

oh.my.gosh. this is quite possibly, the funniest freaking post i've read in a long time. (she has since taken down the post i posted about- click here to read why) #1 is hilarious to me (The boy likes to cram 15 Matchbox cars in his underwear. The more the better. Then he walks around for a bit and cries that this is uncomfortable.) because blake did this too- except for the crying part. my son obviously enjoyed having multiple matchbox cars crammed in his junk. he would stuff and stuff, until you couldn't possibly fit another car in there. and then he'd just walk around like that. and on his creative days, he'd stick blankets in there too. maybe the cars needed something soft to park on? who knows. kids are weird. but they're fun to laugh at. especially when they aren't your own.

8 comments:

joeysmoon said...

Joey used to do that. I thought that he was nuts. It's good to know that it's a boy thing.

Becky said...

well hannah's not done anything like this! lol. but i read a few posts on this womans blog. shes pretty funny. i will keep reading

russ said...

"my son obviously enjoyed having multiple matchbox cars crammed in his junk" is byfar the most disturbing image/sentence I might ever have heard in my life ever.

jennster said...

LMFAO- well shit! he did the matchbox thing, but none of the other stuff! and blankets! lots and lots of blankets! it's so funny!

Isabel said...

I can't wait to see what my little guy is going to do!

Melissam said...

I guess it's a little boy thing. I'm happy to report Madison never shoved Barbies or other toys into her underwear.

Actually, she was quite normal. Guess she's saving it all up for these teen years...yikes!

Hat Girl said...

This made me laugh. Sounds like and epidemic that too many are unaware of! :)

CAT said...

I'd rather have my kid treat the insides of his underoos as a hot wheel parking garage than my 4 yr old (Brandon when he was 4) write his name with a rock on the hood of my car. Kids are creative.