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Monday, January 4, 2010

how to get on your Mom's nervs

No, that's not a typo. Just before Christmas, da Boo was busy for nearly an entire afternoon, writing away in her notebook. Whenever I asked what she was doing, she said she was making a list. Finally, she showed me. (Click on the picture to bigify.)


It's a pretty accurate list! And I wondered why she asked me how to spell "whining."

11 comments:

Nat said...

Ha ha ha! I love it!
...especailly the one about picking on your baby sister! So funny!

Jillybean said...

That is really cute. I hope you save that for her kids to read so that they can annoy her ;0)

She's got a pretty good list of annoying things there, especially the whining. You know how I feel about whining.
However, I didn't quite understand #5, but if it annoys you, I'm pretty sure it would annoy me too.

Tipi said...

and why is she making this list?
Is it for the book she is writing as a hand book for other kids?

Bonnie the Boss said...

Oky, that is sooo dang funny!!! My kids would end up with pages worth if they recorded one day.

Mary said...

that is too funny!! She's a smart girl :o)

Amber said...

That is seriously hilarious.

Jessica G. said...

#5 translation: not letting your friends play a game after I've told her to let them have a turn.

Happens a lot, what with their current obsession with all the Lego games and the assorted neighborhood kids who want to play them.

Tiffany Wilson said...

It makes me appreciate the wit and wisdom of your daughter, but it also makes me love you even more for being my kind of mom! I think my particular favorite was the one about the phone.

Rupper Family said...

She's already started her memoirs...she's a writer like her Mama! I hope you give her plenty of good dirt to put in there!

Deborah said...

I love your daughter's personality. She's a riot!

Steph @ Diapers and Divinity said...

She's a genius.

This is a keeper. I love it.

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