I hope you all had a nice Easter. We had a grand time at my pad. It all started bright and early when my kids ran downstairs to see what the Easter Bunny left in their baskets.
I heard them, but didn't feel like getting out of bed. About a half hour later, I got dressed and went down to see what they were up to. What they were up to was trouble. On the kitchen table in front of them, were their Easter baskets. Empty Easter baskets. All that remained of the candy that was inside were wrappers. And those were strewn all over the kitchen table.
"You guys did not seriously eat all your candy for breakfast, did you?" I asked.
"No, Mama, there are a couple pieces left," my son said.
I gave the boy one of my mean mommy faces. "You're not allowed to eat chocolate for breakfast!"
"But Mama," he said. "You're the Easter Bunny. If you didn't want us to have chocolate for breakfast, you shouldn't have put it in our basket!"
Haha! Your son is too smart! ☺ReplyDelete
Yes, he is. I'm afraid of what it's going to be like when he's a teenager!Delete
So true, Sherry. don't give 'em chocolate unless you want them to eat it! Plus, I have a feeling that your mean mommy face isn't alla that mean :)ReplyDelete
Ha! Yeah, I guess you're right. I don't have a real mean mommy face - but I sure tried!Delete
Wonderful, hope they enjoyed their eggs.ReplyDelete
They certainly did!Delete
What can you say to that? (I always took pix of them with their chocolatey faces) It's the bunny's fault. . .ReplyDelete
Of course it's the bunny's fault. Too bad they know who the bunny is! ;)Delete
Somehow it's always Mama's fault.ReplyDelete
No. It's the bunny's fault! ;)Delete
hahaha he has a good point.ReplyDelete
Yes, he does. The kid is just way too smart!Delete
Child logic. Hard to argue with that.ReplyDelete
Shoulda blamed George W. Bush.
That seems to work. Or so I've heard.
Yeah. W is a good one to blame for everything that's wrong with this world. ;)Delete
Well, you know, he is right. They always seem to find that truth seam, don't they?ReplyDelete
It makes perfect sense. ;)ReplyDelete
Of course it does. Why couldn't I see that?Delete
Good point mom!!!ReplyDelete
What can I say? I'm just a dumb mom... I mean, bunny!Delete
He's got you there!ReplyDelete
Yes, he did. Fair and square!Delete
they do have a point---once my two oldest came downstairs on Christmas morning and could not restrain themselves, they opened up all of their gifts without us!ReplyDelete
Ha! That's hilarious!Delete
LOL! Your son is a very smart boy.ReplyDelete
A little too smart!Delete
The early bird gets the worm...or the chocolate (-:ReplyDelete
Yeah. And maybe a sick tummy!Delete
*hee* Hard to argue with logic like that...ReplyDelete
You're right. I really didn't have a good come back for that one!Delete
A child's logic always seems so... simple? How can you argue with that!?ReplyDelete
It's scary how logical he is.Delete
"Mean mommy face" made me grin. I think they have figured you out. How can you be mad when they give you such good reasons?ReplyDelete
Mommy is not good at being mean for long!Delete