Monday, October 5, 2009

Glitter Gone Baddddd

Oatmeal and Glitter when mixed...

Boo Boo faces from daddy's punishing the glitter palooza...
Sal's now sparkly couch... sigh - boys do not like to sparkle..

Sparkly tears..

Coughing as the glitter is in her nose, ears, eyes, hair, tush and more... and daddy did punish her..

OK So I dropped my son off at Kindergarten while the hubby watched the girls... I returned to see two crying lil girls sitting on a 'break' and one angry daddy. Trying to not giggle too much I told my girlfriend (whom I was on the phone w/) that I had to run. This is what I've discovered:
~ Glitter from Stampin' Up! is very, very, very sparkly.
~ It sticks with OUT glue very very very well.
~ Getting it out of the carpets, my son's play couch takes more than your normal vacuuming.
~ Bathing the girls took 5 head washings and it STILL is in their hair.
~ You may need to shower them as the water that has collected the run off glitter is filled again with glitter - reapplying said glitter.
~ That YOU will soon become covered in glitter after bathing and cleaning up said glitter.
~ Your kids will have glitter in the oddest places... tushies that were covered in diapers to ears.
~ Try to love them and NOT laugh at the situation - because the action was 'very naughty'...
~ LOCK UP your glitter!! Sigh...
I hope you'll see two of my very best creations covered in glitter (it's hard to capture in a picture) and know that I'm one sparkly but blessed mother.
Toodle... looooo ~ J

1 comment:

  1. haha! that kills me! I just went through the same thing a while back only I was out for some "mommy time" and came back to a glittered office, and living room. and it was my couch that was glittered along with the dogs. this just makes me laugh. :) Thanks now I know other kids just cant keep away from the glitter as well.


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