Friday, July 31, 2009

My Mornings...

I was wondering this morning as I fried eggs - why do mornings start out with a cage match between the old school wrestlers - Randy Savage and the Ultimate Warrior???? Boys must have a special gene that requires them to stand on each other and pull apentages i.e. arms, legs or anything else that can being pulled on...... Just a thought - the ref is a little guy that has a big mouth.. He looks much like this....



Then there is beaver boy... yes, he said he was trying to be a beaver...
Then a Walrus....
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Do I have funny offspring or what... Big Son is SO not interested in being any type of animal. He wants to read about WWII and guns - I love my boys, as wierd as they are!

11 comments:

Mama Hen said...

I have three boys and I can tell you they have to be fighting, punching, pulling, grabbing, doing something to the other closest boy. It is just in them and they cannot help it if they wanted to.

Beverooni said...

I agree with Mama Hen. It's just somewhere in their nature. Now add a little sister right in the middle and the poor little thing nearly gets tortured to death! My daughter things she was really picked on -- but let me tell you, she could play the victim to the hilt!

horse loving lineman's wife said...

Boys will be boys!

Karen Deborah said...

Milk Dud is looking more like Lispy every day. You know how boys are. If you have another and its a girl whatever will she do? Be a tomboy to survive them and actually that would be cool.

COFFEE MAN said...

I only had one boy at home till he was 16 then his lil sis was born , and anytime he was fighting , it was a sign he needed medication , cause he was ALONE !!!

Big Hair Envy said...

Did you ever want to name one of your boys "Ricky Steamboat"? Oh, wait, he was a dark-haired wrestler. What about "Rick Flair"?? Heehee!!!

Vickie said...

RAised two boys, then a girl. Boys always fighting, always hitting and punching. Little sis came along and she beat up on both of 'em. She was a tomboy, now a girly-girl, but she would join in the competitions - burping, farting, whatever, and she could hold her own in the yelling,screaming & fighting! I think she can still take 'em down if need be. And mine are all grown!

Susan said...

Believe it or not, Heidi, these days will pass and you will wonder where they went. And, I might add, there is a reason to have your children while you are young......:)

Jody Blue said...

Our 3 boys (just 2 left @ home) drive me crazy, most days its a good laugh until tears come to your eyes kind of crazy, then there are the days when you when their papa bear walks threw the back door and you want to throw your self in his arms, cry and tell him about what the wild Comanches have been up to, then you realize he'd probably laugh so hard tears would come to his eyes, so why bother he'll find that broken window sooner or later!

Faithful said...

And it never stops.....mine are all grown up and they still are playing Ultimate Wrestler..only now they have dragged my grandson into the mix!

Heidi said...

OH what a MESS on the counter behind the walrus... *snicker* Big Son said that it looks like we dont clean the house!
Thanks for all the comfort, I dont feel so alone! LOL