I still laugh so hard every time I watch this. I mean, laugh so I can't breathe kind of laughing. He's so ornery. I tell people this and he looks up with his big, blue eyes and they say, "Oh, sure. Boys are busy" Umm.. .ya. . wanna come babysit? :) And you, my saintly mother, always do. I am so blessed and so are my kiddos. MooMoo's home!
I am still laughing. I would have loved to be in that back yard.Deb....cracked me up...."geez, you're like a rodeo...thing."This is precious. absolutely precious.
ok, seriously. I just called Megan in my room to watch this. We are both cracking up now. I know where to come to watch something that will make me smile.thanks for the grins tonight.i needed them.
poor kid's gonna need some SERIOUS therapy after all those "NO's!"
He's the Terror of Tiny Town! Obviously, in Tiny Town, "NO" means "Yes"!
LOL!! Laughing so hard at this! thanks for sharing.
"I'll have what he's having!"...What is that red stuff anyway? I want it and then I will chase people with such joy!
@Em: Thanks for sharing the kiddos. Love them so much.@Diane: So happy you caught the rodeo reference. That one tickled me as well. It came out of nowhere. And I'm happy that Meggie got to see it also!@ Nancy: So....you'll give us a discount, right? :)@Linda: Always, no means yes...always...@Cindy: That was a frozen strawberry popsicle. He actually held it over his head and dripped it over his hair. For real. I had to hose him down in the backyard before I could bring him in for a bath. He was joyfully sticky. :)@ Abby: You are just a few months away from such "glee"....bwahahahaha.... :)Love you all!
And by "Nicholas" I mean, me, Debbie.:)
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