Splishing ‘n’ Splashing


I had so much fun last time with this group – am doing it again

And maybe got the badge right this week?

 

 

Answer the question – Who dunnit?

in 42 words exactly

 Crash!

Mother rushes from the kitchen to the family room where the three year old twins, Jenny and Joey, had been abnormally quiet.

She glares at the crying kids, milk dribbling off their chins, forming puddles on the heirloom carpet.

“Who dunnit?”

 I didn’t answer the question…

 

 

 

 

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21 Responses to Splishing ‘n’ Splashing

  1. jenbrunett says:

    And they will never tell, will they? 🙂

  2. Sue says:

    I wanted them to say “not me” but went over 42 – thanks for being first

  3. tinsenpup says:

    I have more than a passing familiarity with that “abnormal quiet”. And there’s never a straight answer, is there? 🙂

  4. atrm61 says:

    Ha!ha!Kids!All of us who are Moms have been in such a situation once in a while ;-)Good one Sue-enjoyed it totally 🙂

  5. djmatticus says:

    Nicely done.
    Funny. The Queen and I are learning about that “quiet” and know it means the Little Prince is getting into trouble. Though, when things go wrong sometimes we don’t know if it was him or one of the cats… Sometimes we think they egg each other on to see who can try our patience the most.

  6. whimsygizmo says:

    This reminds me of Bill Cosby’s bit where he says if you only have one child, you know who did it! 😉

  7. Ha! When you’re a parent, sometimes the quiet moments are the most frightening.

  8. jannatwrites says:

    Hehe… quiet is usually followed by some sort of destruction!

  9. Marcy says:

    Nice job! My brothers and I always argued and fought incessantly–unless we were working together to cover up some mischief!

  10. Christine says:

    Uhhh, were you at my house yesterday? ‘Cause that’s pretty much exactly what happened. 🙂

  11. shailajav says:

    He he he..this is quite a familiar scene. Well done 😉

    ~Shailaja

  12. annbennett says:

    Three year olds are a death sentence for a heirloom. Need to hang that rug high or hide it away. Then when they go to college, make sure they know they cannot and I repeat cannot take it to use in their dorm room. lol, enjoyed it.

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