thanks for not sharing hon, don't think my belly could take it.
Carol,Your 4th of July blog conjured up memories of pledging to the flag on Penis Lane and singing "I'm proud to be an American in the van with you and your Canadian companion!"I love your blog - I hardly comment, but I always read it.You may also relate to this. If you want to see some juvile mission humor - check out our other friends blog from the 4th of July. It will remind you of your good buddy Elder Carn.http://123jonesfamily.blogspot.com/
I love the wild, wild curls! Don't change a thing about it!Thank you for sparing us from the latest masterpieces - the imagination is a powerful thing in itself, my friend!
Thanks for visiting! Our daughter has some crazy hair, too! Let's up she doesn't pick up the art skills, though!
Love that hair! A true artist, you know!
Hey, great blog! Also, we had a Poo Picasso as well. SUCKED big time. Once, our dog went in the room before while we were bathing him (poo uncrusted legs) and "cleaned up" a lot of the mess for us. YUCK. I guess shew as practicing for her puppies.
Cute curls, I cut Gage's off way too early and I miss them, his hair has completely changed. As for the poo ---- well we pooped again at the pool, although this time not in the water, just down the pool deck which now seems as long as a football field.Maybe we can use the poo stories later in life to bribe them.
I'm new, so what kind of masterpieces are we talking about? That face. Those curls. Gorgeous. Really, really gorgeous.
No disappointment here!Thanks for posting this cute photo instead of the art work.Whew!
I'm sitting here eating my snack and I must tell you how very thankful I am that you did NOT post the poopy art. LOVE the hair, though!!
The hair is FABULOUSITY incarnate.
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