Wednesday, May 21

For the Sadistic Bloggers

I have learned a very valuable lesson in the past 24 hours. If ever I am stuck somewhere and freaking out, I WILL NOT ask a blogger for help. They are sadistic souls who will stop to take a picture, laugh for a minute, maybe take a nap, and THEN help me out of whatever situation.

Since you freaks were so entertained by my poor child's misery, here's the other photo I took. This would be the one where I could swear she's having a stroke. For the record, she wasn't in pain, she was just frustrated. Muy frustrated. Oh, and I got her out by lifting chair and all out of her little house then lifting the pissed off kid straight up. How she got in is still a mystery.

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  1. I was still laughing from the earlier picture...but then I saw this and started laughing HARDER!!! I'm only laughing because my kids have done similar things and it's dang funny!!!

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  2. Haha! Poor Alexis looks PISSED.

    It's true, though. You really shouldn't ask the people who would take a picture of that for help. I'm one of them. Whenever Alex falls over I laugh. Laughing helps, though, I think...he NEVER cries from a fall!

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  3. Okay, I didn't laugh at the first one, I swear! So, why the hell is this one making me laugh so hard, I am CRYING?!

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  4. That is hilarious! I mean terribly scary for the toddler who is stuck in the too tiny chair!

    I have a tendency to take a picture before rescuing the naughty little blonde boys from their latest predicament too! It's perfectly legal in most states!

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  5. Ay yi yi! Muy frustrated indeed :( Poor thing. Is she sitting on top of a doll??

    It's amazing the spaces they find themselves in.

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  6. I would have been rolling on the floor cracking up! I know I'm cruel.

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  7. Uh oh! This doesn't look like that much fun, that is for your little cutie!

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  8. LOL! She ws determined, huh?

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  9. Damn you. Pimp your kid for sympathy, eh?

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  10. Well don't blame us - you're the one who took the pictures.

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  11. No, no - you got it wrong, see . . . first you point and laugh and THEN you take the picture.

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  12. She's so going to write a memoir when she grows up.

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  13. I have to stop myself all the time from letting out a huge throw back my head laugh WAY more often than I should admit when my kids do stuff like this...

    I think I may be headed for Mommy hell.

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  14. Best. Picture. Evah.

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  15. We are all pretty mean to our kids, aren't we?

    I guess we can consider it payback for the Mental Anguish and Stealing of Sleep they do for years. HA!

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  16. dude. still laughing.

    and still finding remnants of my pop I spit out yesterday laughing....

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  17. Ah, thanks! I needed something to cheer me up today.

    Isn't it awful how I feel so bad for her and yet crack up at the misery on her face? It's just that it's the END OF THE WORLD for her! I see that look too often on my own child's face.

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  18. I can't decide which one of these is better. Or which one she's gonna hate you for more one day.

    Okay, both.

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  19. That's hilarious. Thanks for stopping by my blog.

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  20. I'm with Tranny Head...totally point and laugh, take picture, download picture, blog said picture, then go back and help kid.

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  21. How did I miss this yesterday??? *L* This is too funny and I feel bad for laughing, but I can't help myself. The funniest part is that you had to go get your camera, turn it on, aim & click, mid-meltdown! What a face. Oh my gosh.... *L*

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  22. Assuming there is no real pain or bloodshed, I always run for the camera before rescuing my child from these precarious situations. I figure it will cost me a couple of extra therapy sessions when she is older but will save me a few for myself.

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