Tuesday, January 13, 2009

A hard lesson.

Learning to share is not an easy thing.

And when another kid steals your toy, you might have a reaction like this.

(That's right, you see snot. I'm just keeping it real people.)

And the thug that took the toy? Oh, he's a mean one with tattoos and everything! Can't you see the danger in his eyes?!

And instead of coming to help, The Girl just stood there with maniacal laughter.

It's just a typical day in our neighborhood.
(I was just doing more practicing with my camera, if you want the truth.)


Shorty said...

Love the pics...great camera! And by the way, your music always sneaks up on me! I'm trying to catch up on my blog reading at work and I can't exactly be inconspicuous when I forget to hit pause... Would you mind considering not busting me like this??? : )

love your blog!

Dawn @ simply transparent said...

very real life ..amen!

I just read a really cool article about this sharing stuff..I'll have to share it with the blog sphere..it's good stuff.

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Jennifer P. said...

I love real life pictures! You never forget the moment with photos like that!

And I am SO jealous Fabio hit on you---that's a story for posterity for sure :) You must blog about it and tell me sometime what happened!

Cthings said...

Ah poor little guy! Hey your pictures are looking great!! Did you figure how to take them indoors? Nice and sharp and colorful!!

tscrapper said...

Those photos would make a great scrapbook page. :)

Thanks for sharing!

Funktional Threads said...

That big bully is so mean to pick on your sweet little guy. It is a hard lesson to learn, though.

Liz Harrell said...

I adore the laughing picture! It makes me happy just to look at it. :)

nic said...

now that is one heartbreaking picture. you have to warn me before posting such traumatic images.

love that you didn't photoshop out the snot, btw. this is one of the many reasons why we are friends.

j said...

You could insert pictures of each of my children into this post and it would be OUR house. Something about the dynamic involved with three kiddos.

Myriad said...
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Myriad said...

Absolutely a perfect work. It refers to the nature of humanity. Actually it also reflects the relationship of countries. So, how can human beings get along well with each other?

Tarasview said...


love it.

Unknown said...

lol! the pic of her laughing and the "thug" baby both crack me up.

is that one of those little run and wear tattoos from the bubblegum wrapper??? i used to love those!