Sunday, November 15, 2009

I'm NOT Telling!

God has done huge, amazing, miraculous things! Wanna see proof? Head over to MckMama's blog to read about Stellan's miracle! Then join in the fun of Not Me! Monday where she and everyone else share what they have NOT (but really have) been doing!

Around our house:

My toddler has NOT taken a liking to using the doggie door to go out into the backyard. When he tells me he wants to go through the doggie door, I gently remind him that he is a
person and not in fact a dog. I certainly do NOT simply slide up the white door cover and allow him to crawl through the flap! And this is NOT a picture of my husband and oldest son right before they shoot corn out of that cannon! We live in Texas and shooting corn out of a cannon is NOT AT ALL what we do for fun 'round these parts! While I'm showing you pictures of people I am NOT related to, this is NOT my daughter modeling every! single! construction paper bracelet she made at preschool that morning!
Now that I took the powder out of his room, my toddler has NOT found new ways to entertain himself during naptime, like climbing up to the top drawer of his dresser to get the wipes box and unloading them all into a plastic tub in his closet!

And if you opened the dryer at my house you would NEVER find this:
When I make homemade bread, I do NOT sometimes stick it in the warm dryer to speed the rising time!

Happy Monday y'all!


  1. Oh my gosh, what a good idea with the bread!! That makes me laugh, but it's such a smart idea.

  2. The bread in the dryer is so clever. I'm glad you did NOT confess to such a trick!

  3. haha...AGAIN I can say, been there, done that. With the bread anyway, haha...Only I NEVER admitted it to anyone and haven't made that yummy stuff in years. Have a great day. Blessings, Deb

  4. I found your blog through MckMama's...LOVE the doggie door! It sounds like you do NOT have any fun at your house! :o)

  5. Visiting from MckMama's!

    I love all your kids' hijinx (hyjinx? I'm a bad speller!). They sound like a handful! I'm especially fond of your daughter's unique sense of "Fashion". It reminds me of stuff I did as a little girl!



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