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Monday, October 15, 2012

Made me laugh.


I'm looking at you, two-year-olds.

P.S. More comics.

38 comments:

emelsealoving said...

Haha, that would make a good card to cheer new mothers up :)

casey ann said...

bahaha! :)

Farmer Jo said...

I needed this today! :)

Melissa Blake said...

That is awesome!! :)

margaux said...

you speak da truth, some e cards.

marni zarr said...

every parent is smiling!

Kristina said...

I am smiling!

http://kribamil.blogspot.de/search/label/Baby%20Boy

Liz Lauren said...

lmao!


http://lavieenliz.com

Amy P said...

Um, yeah.
I was talking about this to my mother-in-law last night. I naively still keep thinking 'I'll never be *that* parent', and then BAM, two months later I'm there.
Sigh.

Maria said...

Hah! Can't wait to say that to my future 2 year old!

Maria xx
www.cheekypinktulip.blogspot.com

Jill said...

Oh man, 2 year olds got NOTHIN on 3 year olds. They are the WURST.

Lauren Ashley said...

I can only imagine how true this is - ha!

Amanda @ Eloquent English said...

HAHAHAHAHAHA that's funny!

Nessa said...

I agree with Jill, 3 year olds really test you!!

Scout and Rice said...

Ohmygosh, tell me about it. The meltdown we had yesterday when I said she couldn't watch Elmo was of epic proportions.

Chelsea said...

Haha so true and funny!

mirka said...

My words to all moms entering the 2+ stage come from a very appropriate source, the Nemo movie. If you must and sometimes you must, say it outloud: "Just keep swimming! Just keep swimming!"

Martina said...

Made me laugh.. and I don't even have kids :)

Stylelinx said...

Ditto to Martina...& it still works if you're an aunt...

Lauren Knight said...

Oh my gosh, this is hilarious! I think I've been feeling this way at least three times a day lately!

Justin + Liesl said...

Oh good.... This makes me feel better.

xoxo
Liesl

woodsy-soiree.blogspot.com

Erin said...

Alright, Folks, any advice on heading into toddlerdom? I was just starting to feel competent with babyness and now all of sudden we're toddling. And it's just going to get more interesting from here - AHHHHHH!

Mad Max and Family said...

Hah! I think that about my students sometimes.

-Tara

http://madmaxandfamily.blogspot.com
http://blog.chron.com/madabouttown/

kiwigem said...

Oh my gosh. I have actually said that to my oldest daughter. To see yourself as an ecard is a heck of a way to start a week-lol! I have five children and actually love the toddler years. The tweens, however...

Caroline Perrin said...

Ha! My husband and I had that kind of parenting day yesterday. Thanks for this!

Sarah said...

Hahahahahaah!!!!!! This REALLY made me laugh out loud. I think about this all the time!

- Sarah
agirlintransit.blogspot.com

Rachael {all things beautiful} said...

Haha, so funny! I love these e-cards.

TheBeautyFile said...

Yes, yes, yes!! This is how I feel all day and all night!!!!!

brittany said...

oh, yes!! two's have been....interesting.

Notes from Holly St. said...

lol yes! this is how i feel almost daily

Jill said...

Totally! I needed this after the day we (my 2 year old and I) had today.

Jill said...

Totally! I needed this after the day we (my 2 year old and I) had today.

Kaela said...

Works perfectly for my three year old!

Michele said...

Sorry to tell you this, but I've got a five year old who I thought of and laughed when I read this. Maybe six is the magic number when kids become perfect angels? :)

Mindy said...

Made me laugh, too. Those sneaky kids!

thedirtyknitter said...

Oh man 2 was nothing compared to 3 w/ my little guy. I could say that every day. I probably do.

Rebecca said...

Oh, thank you!! You've made me feel much better! :)

charleneaross said...

Laughing my ass off! But only because it's so true. Thanks so much for the Friday funny.

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