I know for a fact that some of these things are true-- - page 2

I know for a fact that some of these things are true-- For those who already have children past this age, this is hilarious. For those who have children this age, this is not funny. For... Read More

  1. by   RN2B2005
    To add to the list:

    1. Always check the washing machine before starting a load. The agitator does not like Tonka trucks, puzzle pieces, juice cups, Legos, or newspaper.

    2. There is nothing to see in the cat box. Move along.

    3. Always check the toilet before sitting down for a 'big job'. No matter how many locks, gates, barriers, etc. you have on the toilet, odds are your son has taken his plastic froggies swimming again. Plastic froggies do not swim well.

    3a. Corollary to #3: It is far less pleasant to fish the plastic froggies out post-'big job' than it is to fish them out pre-'big job'.

    4. Buy quality dog food. Your baby will be eating it.

    5. Buy quality baby food. Your dog will be eating it.

    6. Accept the fact that no matter how hard you try, no matter what you do, someday, your child will blame all of his problems on you, and some therapist will agree with him.



    :roll
  2. by   RNonsense
    "3. Always check the toilet before sitting down for a 'big job'. No matter how many locks, gates, barriers, etc. you have on the toilet, odds are your son has taken his plastic froggies swimming again. Plastic froggies do not swim well. "

    LMAO! BTW, those "rolly head" things fisher price makes for the cars, trucks etc. will not flush.

    It requires removing the toilet from the floor to retrieve...
  3. by   Disablednurse
    I thank God every day that I decided not to have children. I am able to borrow a child of any age whenever I want one. Reading this just makes me offer up another prayer of thanks. I do know about the blessings, my brothers all tell me about them right before they say "but".
  4. by   Good_Queen_Bess
    Well, that's me going to my GP to ask to be sterilised next week.......:chuckle:

    A story a friend with a 6 year-old told me. He has attention defecit disorder and they were shopping in the supermarket. Every time they walked past the fish counter, Tommy had a fascination with a large whole salmon cushioned in the ice, and kept saying he wanted it as a pet, despite the fact it was dead. As mum walked around the shop, suddenly little Tommy was missing. She searched round frantically for him, and saw a small group of people laughing near the fish counter. Tommy was in there, sitting in the ice and surrounded by all the fish, with the salmon laid on his knee, sat stroking it!

    I laughed for days when she told me this. I am laughing now. I can just imagine this child, stroking the fish, saying, "Ah, Mr Bond, I've been expecting you." :roll
  5. by   Good_Queen_Bess
    Another friend told me, she was in the bath with her 4 year old. Mum was on her period and was wearing a tampon. Little Chloe asked,
    "What's that string Mummy?"
    And before Mum could do anything, Chole was under the water pulling on the string. Ugh!!! Luckily, Chloe was stopped before a possible yukky disaster occured. :imbar
  6. by   OzNurse69
    OK, who's been spying on my boys??!!

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