Wednesday, June 2, 2010

Kids......

Why did we do it? Why did we have a moment of passion and produce a free-radical stelf bomber with destroying capabilities equal to hurricane Katrina? Why?



I do lover her.....just not right now...maybe tomorrow when this flu begins to subside, maybe when she stops screaming from her bedroom, where she has been sent to wait out the end of her punishing sentence. The big question is....will she ever be allowed freedom and be given the opportunity to return to civilization?

I think I'll turn the music up....all I can hear at the moment is Muuuuuuuuummmmmmmmmaaaaaaaaaaa!!!!!!!!!

21 comments:

Michelle said...

Oh no! Can you darn it? I think I would have cried.

kirsty said...

Damn!!!

m.e (Cathie) said...

ohhh, ohhhh!!

Melanie said...

Oh bum! You know, I've been wondering the same thing these few days lately. Yesterday, my girl cut not only her own hair, but her baby brother's too, and then pushed my camera bag onto the floor. Very luckily the 'smash, tinkle, tinkle' turned out to be only a UV filter, and not the expensive lens it was attached to. Phew! She turns 4 tomorrow... if she makes it!

Kerry said...

ooops. Much worse than my 22 year old tripping up the stairs to his bedroom last night carrying a bowl of red curry and watching it crash against the wall, breaking the bowl and spreading curry all over the carpet! It never stops, sorry!

Tania said...

OH, BIG FAT BLOODY BUGGER! That is all.

PS. Simple skirt wrap instructions CRYSTAL clear.

katiecrackernuts said...

I'm with Kerry. You can have my 21-year-old ... the list is too long to even start. Suffice to say she's still screaming.

Kate said...

Oh FUUUUUUUUCK!!!!!
Deep breathes and lots of wishes for strength to you lovely Leonie. X

Vic said...

Bugger.

Bugger, bugger, bugger, bugger, bugger!

Amy Paul said...

mmmmm. little turd!
not much hope of it ending in the future for ourselves either by the sounds of some of these comments.

Sally said...

Ditto to Kate.

I had to take a deep breath just reading about it.

dillpickle said...

Play it LOUD!!! Deep breaths. Many.

Aubrey said...

NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO! Why do the little darlings create havoc at times!!! Just as well they look like angels when in bed sound asleep!And yes they do grow up and look how amazingly wonderful they are then, Kate from Greedy for colour's Mum, Aubrey

ArtMind said...

Oh man, I think turn up the music is the only option really! *hugs*

Lynne said...

So glad you posted this - blogland seems to be full of perfect kids in perfect clothes with perfect mums who love them to death all the time because everything is so lovely...this post really made me laugh. Sometimes I hide from my kids. I hear them saying "mum" for the ten millionth time that hour and I just hide somewhere. Isn't that awful?

Sarah said...

hear hear I am with Lynne on this one...

oh dear. AT least you have handled it better than I would have...

Gina said...

Thanks Leonie, this makes me feel a bit more normal. Looks like the loungeroom curtains which my free radical snipped one morning at 5:30am. And your reaction sounds quite moderate! You rock mama.

Kate said...

Oh on - so not good. Hope that flu goes soon as well

Claudia said...

i agree with lynne - so good to read that in "blogland" not everything is perfect all of the time.
I think I´ve destroyed a lot of things when i was child..

mylittlebirdie said...

i had always long to hear the word mum from a beautiful child who was mine. now oh my god... WHAT!!!! is my common reply when my name (mum) is on repeat over and over and over from my 'angel'.

i'd be furious crank that music! : )

feel better soon! on both counts : )

Sandrine said...

Oh noooo! Hope it is some how reparable ??You sound like you are handling that very well thought! I think that would not have been so gratious here :)