03 March 2010

Unhappiness.

Dear Reader: I'm not allowed to grab my brothers' glasses and throw them. People yell at me and make me sit in time out when I do that! I can't rip books. Or throw toys. Or get a third helping of cheez-balls. Or go out every day and get expensive items that catch my eye on the Wal-Mart shelves. I'm having a hard time with these mean, rotten people who are trying to teach me "good character and deportment." Perhaps you can come over and advocate for me. Tell Mom and Dad you want to discuss "Miss Pretty-Pretty" when you come over... they'll know who you mean. Bring lots of money and sugar products to keep me occupied whilst you chat. Sincerely, "the Girl."

15 comments:

  1. Oh no! Those cheeks would do it to me every time. I would be in serious danger of spoiling her if I payed your home a visit!

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  2. That pout is adorable..

    how Mrs C are you ever able to resist her??

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  3. Awww! What a cute little sad face!

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  4. Oh my goodness gracious, she is so adorable.

    Mmmm and now I want some cheez-balls.

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  5. not much different than the boys, eh?? except for the items she grabs...has she learned the word, "no!"? oh the journey that little word brings to motherhood...

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  6. Dear Girl,

    What an outrage !!! Not allowed to throw your brothers' glasses? I am shocked. I will get on the next plane asap and come give your Mom and Dad a good talking to. I will bring so many cheez~balls for you that your eyes will pop out.

    Wow, a home with rules and boundaries and proactive parents. What ever will I read here next?

    :P

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  7. It's a good thing that Miss Pretty Pretty and Cupcake cannot get together and compare notes. They would undoubtedly form a union and protest over their unfair treatment. Seriously mean parents.

    BTW--that face is SOOOOOO cute!

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  8. Boy do I know that look. My girl also like to say, "No one loves me."

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  9. Good luck! ☺ I have one of those. My only question is: Can she sing?

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  10. Someone has a bad case of the Poochie Lip disease . . .

    LOL

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  11. Oh mean mommy, making Miss Pretty Pretty unhappy. I will bring my Tinky girl over and they can sit an pout together.

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  12. LOL! Love the lip sticking out, and the downcast eyes. Life is so tough when you're little...

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  13. Deportment. Good word! [smile]

    Pouty kid? Not good times.

    ~Luke

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  14. I suggest that you begin to concentrate on her clothes. Do you know this song from Aida?

    "In life one has to face a huge assortment of nauseating fads and good advice -- there's health and fitness, diet and deportment. And other pointless forms of sacrifice.
    Conversation? Wit? I am a doubter
    Manners? Charm? They're no way to impress So forget the inner me , observe the outer I am what I wear and how I dress!


    Thanks for your support and prayers this week!

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  15. Poor wee ADORABLE GIRL!!! If I lived closer I could come over and spoil her rotten.

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