Saturday, May 16, 2009

He thinks it's a new toy...

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Who am I to tell him otherwise?

42 comments:

  1. That's the way Joyce - train them young! ;P

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  2. LOL! Joyce I needed this today.Thank-u for sharing! Blessings, Faye

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  3. Nicely done! I wonder if that would work for the dishwasher as well?!

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  4. I saw your comment on Kathy's post and had to come and visit a fellow cake eater who can eat the whole thing herself in one day (actually I could probably polish it off in about an hour)

    Lovely photo - just think, he's in early training for when he becomes a husband

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  5. Adorable picture!! Happy Pink Saturday.

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  6. What a cute picture! Amen, turn it on and let him play all over the house/ha.

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  7. hee hee hee! Makes me think of Tom Sawyer and how he "tricked" his friends into painting the fence for him!
    What a sweet adorable kid!

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  8. What a sweet little man. I love the name Finley. Too cute for words Joyce.

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  9. Bless his little heart...he's adorable. I have two little grandsons. One loves to play with the vacuum; someone shared the secret to the other (probably his dad) and he runs when he hears it.

    Have a wonderful weekend!
    Nola

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  10. Hi Joyce - Thanks for your visit over at mine and for leaving such a lovely comment. This is a great photo - you have him very well tarined - I think I might just have to steal the idea!!

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  11. Do you have him washing your car too?.....when he's through at your house you can send him over to me.....by the way he is adorable!!

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  12. That is so cute!! Definitely keep quiet on that one....when he gets bored introduce him to a new feather duster toy or a swiffer dry mop. ;)

    Thanks so much for stopping by and wishing my daughter a happy birthday. She squealed that she was famous when I showed her the comments. :) It made her day special.

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  13. Thanks for stopping by my new cooking blog.

    I have two, grown sons. You won't have to tell him it's not a game! He's gonna figure that out by the time he's about 9 years old☺

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  14. My guess is if you prepared a small bucket of water you could get your baseboards scrubbed when the "toy" gets tiring. Water "toys" are equally as entertaining!

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  15. That's precious!! Don't tell him any different, he'll find out soon enough!!

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  16. Thank you for visiting my blog; it gave me the opportunity to find yours... and I love it! This photo makes me smile... let us know if it lasts, Tom Sawyer! It's so nice to see that others have cooking disasters too; things on sticks must need to have the consistency of concrete to remain impaled! What beautiful photography from the baseball gave... would you mind if I sketched from one of your photos for my soon-to-be son-in-law who's a huge baseball fan?

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  17. wouldnt he love to come 'play' at my house?

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  18. Oh My Gosh...that picture made me smile....I remember when my kids loved to vacuum....they really thought it was fun....they could vacuum all day and I didn't care....very cute post...
    Hugs,
    Mo ;-)

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  19. Hi Joyce, This is toooo cute! So sweet.

    Barb

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  20. Just let him keep thinking it.

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  21. You said so much with so little :)

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  22. Oh, definitely DON'T tell him otherwise!! Milk this new toy for all it's worth!!! :-)

    Thanks for visiting our blog and checking out my bedroom transformation. Yep, the wolves had to go!!

    Kelly @ DesignTies

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  23. What a cutie!! My youngest son loved to help clean the carpet with the wacky-boom when he was this age!!

    blessings
    mary

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  24. Isn't that great? We had a little guy at church who loved to vacuum for us because he thought it was so fun.

    I'll be posting our Blogger Meet pictures on Wednesday for Outdoor Wednesday. Hope you'll stop by!

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  25. I love that photo! He is adorable!
    I wanted to stop by and tell you that you aren't going crazy and that on my post you visited the first time that Tropical mosaic was NOT I repeat NOT on there .... teee heee... I updated it later in the evening after I watched Desperate Housewives. Have a good day!

    ~Really Rainey~

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  26. Oh what a cutie - now does he want to come and "play" at my house?

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  27. Oh yes, let him play. Shouldn't it be play anyway?

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  28. Oh honey, bless his heart. : )

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  29. How is the vacuum by the way? I heard that Dyson vacuums are the best?

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  30. LOL! I would keep the secret as long as you can Joyce!

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  31. Hi Joyce...so nice to meet you & thanks for visiting my blog. If that's one of your grands...he is precious! ;-) Bo

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  32. So cute! My boys love to vacuum, too! Let's hope this 'phase' doesn't go away any time soon! ;)

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  33. Hi Joyce, thanks for leaving a comment on my blog today. I came over to visit and saw that you experienced some havoc with the cake pops! The way you described the plopping & dripping sounds emanating from them made me laugh out loud! That would have been my experience, I'm sure. They look so good on Bakerella's site all decorated to the hilt. I'm talented in other ways, just not baking cute things.. LOL
    Your grandson reminds me of my son, who was enamored with the vacuum. It did continue into young adulthood- he has his own now, almost as fancy as mine! Glad I found you, I'll be back to visit. Just got back f/CA, so I have a lot to catch up on.
    Take care... Sue

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  34. LOL!!! That's right and there are many other 'toys' he can play with too!! Teach while they are young...so they can take care of themselves....lol!
    Just precious!
    Hugs,
    Lynn

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  35. has he also met Mr. Swiffer? That's a lot of fun too!

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  36. So cute, our oldest {who is now 16} could tell you every make and model of any vacuum including how many amps it pulled at the age of 1 1/2. When ever we went ANYWHERE from about 6 months old we would have the people pull out their vacuum and the child was entertained for hours... Wonder where he got that from?? I just sayin'....

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  37. LOL!!! he'll figure it out soon enough...and he'll never touch it again! til he's married!
    happy holiday weekend!
    ;-D

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