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July 29, 2010


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D H-Arza

Wow...Your kids are pretty perceptive..

Michelle @ Mommy Loves Stilettos

HAHAHA you handled that much better than I would have. I have no clue what I would say!


Crisis averted... for now! You may need to find a new place for Carmen to sleep...


Haha wow seriously I would have died laughing! Thank goodness you finally snapped out of it and ran!


Carmen is trying to get you in trouble lol. I love how u just froze. That's my usual reaction in cases of emergency ::sigh::


I LOL at every post! Thanks for another reason to make my co-urkers stare in a nasty way & try to understand why I have more fun than they do... I appreciate it :-)

Not Telling

Ewwwww! LOL! It was only a matter of time til you got busted with your little buzzy girlfriend in bed.


Ha! Yes, I've been caught like that, too. Mine asked me if it was a remote control. "Yes. Yes, it is," and I wasn't even lying.


Reminds me of the time my one year old came running out of my room with my "Carmen" giggling hysterically. I don't think I've run so fast to get something out of his hands in my life.

2 Girls On a Bench

You can relish in the fact that one day when your kids do find out what it is that they will tell this story to their friends, over a glass of wine...


Ok from now on you're banned from keeping Carmen in your pillowcase. Reach a little further and slip her under the mattress. A true Princess and the Pea moment will come to you if you're good.

ericka @ alabaster cow

note to self: butterfly distractions work for every type of scenario.

i've actually had nightmares where my mother accidentally finds my vibrator.

paging dr. freud.

Todd 'tojosan' Jordan

I dreaded those moments.
Never a good explanation.
Now they know better than to explore.

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