Saturday, 16 November 2013

Things that made WallyBubba cry this week...


  1. Forgetting what came after nine while counting to ten in the car...
  2. The cat not wanting its face painted. As a cat.
  3. Having her face painted. As a cat. 
  4. Having her cat face paint removed. 
  5. Repeat points 3 and 4 a few times... You get the picture...
  6. Finding out the Duplo Farm Fence was broken... After she broke it.
  7. Discovering the colander has holes in it.
  8. Being asked to remove her winter coat and Daddy's weight lifting gloves before eating.
  9. Eating.
  10. Not being allowed to wear her nappy in the bath.
  11. Actually getting 'muddy' whilst jumping in muddy puddles.
  12. Advert breaks.
  13. I didn't put Iggle Piggle 'to bed' properly before we left for nursery.
  14. I unpeeled the banana. After she asked me to unpeel the banana.
  15. The piano was 'broken' (*cough* batteries removed)
  16. A horse looked at her. 
  17. The water 'disappeared' from the bucket after she tipped it out.
  18. The juice doesn't stay in the straw once she pulls it out of the cup. Who knew...
  19. Daddy coughed when she wasn't expecting it.
  20. Makka-Pakka's face fell off the Makka-Pakka sticker. After she ripped it off. Eight times. And tried to feed it to Upsy Daisy. 
  21. Mummy's drawing of a dog didn't look enough like a dog. In fact it didn't really resemble any living creature...
  22. We wouldn't let her go to bed with the hoover nossle. We're such c*@ts.
#passthegin








34 comments:

  1. Ha! Love it. Toddlers are strange little things.

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    1. Indeed they are... would love to see inside their heads for one day! lol x

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  2. We have had a similar week. Just this morning out curious beast cried because I wouldn't let him knock on the door of a house we were passing!

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    1. God you're sooooo mean and unreasonable... LMAO xx

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  3. I do love this. The most random one we had this week is (through three year old tears and snot "YOU STIRRED MY SOUP!"

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    1. pahahaha... can't BELIEVE you did that... *tuts* x

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  4. Hahaha I know I have all this coming just around the corner. I shall remember to laugh rather than get stressed!

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    1. I laugh through the stress... manically whilst twitching a bit... :/ lol x

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  5. This made me chuckle. Toddlers are so irrational! Even when they get big like my lot we still get occassional irrational tears.

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    1. Irrational is funny at least! Teehee xxx

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  6. I have to admit, I giggled quite a bit at this. Ah, toddlers! My #2 is equally irrational.

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    1. I don't know where they get it from! Oh to have the mind of a toddler... Lol xx

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  7. Ooh let me add some that I've had this week: not allowing fish and chips for breakfast, or sweets, for tea.

    For not allowing his birthday to come before Christmas and not allowing Christmas to be after three sleeps.

    For not having coins to go on more than one ride.

    For singing along with him.

    For trying to tell him that numbers go 12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20 instead of 12-14-17-16-18-twentythirteen or whatever sequence he was counting with.

    For grandad not being able to come over for tea because he was away.

    Sometimes I just want to sob, too!

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  8. After careful review and consultation with the WallyBubba herself I can confirm that these have all made the cut. #gin in the post ;) lol xx

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    1. And yet this week it's all kisses and hugs and " I love you mummy"s. My nerves!

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    2. The contradiction of toddlers... *twitches* lol x

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  9. Brilliant! So true. Some days you just can't do anything right in your toddler's eyes. I've had the banana one before... what can you do?? Pass the gin indeed!!

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    1. Consider the gin passed ;) thanks for the comment :))) x teehee xx

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  10. No 22 definitely struck a cord. Our calm bedtime routine recently turned into anything but. Not trying to be spammy but I'll pass the gin while you take 5 to read... http://virtuallyallsorts.wordpress.com/2013/11/17/how-to-win-a-stand-off-with-your-child

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  11. Oh this sounds so familiar! :) Stopping over from #MagicMoments.

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    1. Yes... I think they may all be working together... #toddlerarmy lol x

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  12. Ah, yes, the banana issue... What is it about bananas?! You really cannot win with a toddler :) #MagicMoments

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    1. No. Never come between a toddler and their banana. Or do? I don't know any more... *sighs*

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  13. Ha ha - brilliant post! There is a website where parents post pictures of their wailing kids and comment on why they cry! Very funny ;-)

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    1. yes someone sent it to me on fb! so funny xxx thanks for the comment xx

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  14. Haha brilliant, definitely had moments like this. My son insists in having a yoghurt, until you get it out the fridge, take the top of and then if you try to feed it to him he acts like its poison. Our fridge is full of opened yogurt pots!

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    1. That is too funny... mine would never leave a scrap of yoghurt ANYWHERE. but all other food is basically null and void. Bar cake. Obviously ;) x

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  15. lol lol Children really are strange things!! lol this really made me laugh x

    thanks for linking up iwth #MagicMoments x

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    1. Thanks for the comment :) great linky. Lots of fab posts! xx

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  16. Hehe toddlers are sooo hilarious. Straws have caused us so much grief on this holiday. "My want straaaaaaaw!!!!" absolutely everywhere we go. Naughty horse. I hope he stopped looking ;)

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    1. LMAO. I never. ever. let anyone anywhere put a straw in her direct eyeline. Else we will just have to leave and there will be blood. lol x

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  17. Hilarious, they just crack me up with their demands! POD wanted crisps for breakfast this morning. And Noddy :)

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    1. Well of course... We r currently amidst an epic tantrum brought on by not being allowed to wear her Wellington boots with her pyjamas... *sighing* xx thanks for reading :)

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Things that made WallyBubba cry this week...


  1. Forgetting what came after nine while counting to ten in the car...
  2. The cat not wanting its face painted. As a cat.
  3. Having her face painted. As a cat. 
  4. Having her cat face paint removed. 
  5. Repeat points 3 and 4 a few times... You get the picture...
  6. Finding out the Duplo Farm Fence was broken... After she broke it.
  7. Discovering the colander has holes in it.
  8. Being asked to remove her winter coat and Daddy's weight lifting gloves before eating.
  9. Eating.
  10. Not being allowed to wear her nappy in the bath.
  11. Actually getting 'muddy' whilst jumping in muddy puddles.
  12. Advert breaks.
  13. I didn't put Iggle Piggle 'to bed' properly before we left for nursery.
  14. I unpeeled the banana. After she asked me to unpeel the banana.
  15. The piano was 'broken' (*cough* batteries removed)
  16. A horse looked at her. 
  17. The water 'disappeared' from the bucket after she tipped it out.
  18. The juice doesn't stay in the straw once she pulls it out of the cup. Who knew...
  19. Daddy coughed when she wasn't expecting it.
  20. Makka-Pakka's face fell off the Makka-Pakka sticker. After she ripped it off. Eight times. And tried to feed it to Upsy Daisy. 
  21. Mummy's drawing of a dog didn't look enough like a dog. In fact it didn't really resemble any living creature...
  22. We wouldn't let her go to bed with the hoover nossle. We're such c*@ts.
#passthegin








34 comments:

  1. Ha! Love it. Toddlers are strange little things.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Indeed they are... would love to see inside their heads for one day! lol x

      Delete
  2. We have had a similar week. Just this morning out curious beast cried because I wouldn't let him knock on the door of a house we were passing!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. God you're sooooo mean and unreasonable... LMAO xx

      Delete
  3. I do love this. The most random one we had this week is (through three year old tears and snot "YOU STIRRED MY SOUP!"

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. pahahaha... can't BELIEVE you did that... *tuts* x

      Delete
  4. Hahaha I know I have all this coming just around the corner. I shall remember to laugh rather than get stressed!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I laugh through the stress... manically whilst twitching a bit... :/ lol x

      Delete
  5. This made me chuckle. Toddlers are so irrational! Even when they get big like my lot we still get occassional irrational tears.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Irrational is funny at least! Teehee xxx

      Delete
  6. I have to admit, I giggled quite a bit at this. Ah, toddlers! My #2 is equally irrational.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I don't know where they get it from! Oh to have the mind of a toddler... Lol xx

      Delete
  7. Ooh let me add some that I've had this week: not allowing fish and chips for breakfast, or sweets, for tea.

    For not allowing his birthday to come before Christmas and not allowing Christmas to be after three sleeps.

    For not having coins to go on more than one ride.

    For singing along with him.

    For trying to tell him that numbers go 12-13-14-15-16-17-18-19-20 instead of 12-14-17-16-18-twentythirteen or whatever sequence he was counting with.

    For grandad not being able to come over for tea because he was away.

    Sometimes I just want to sob, too!

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  8. After careful review and consultation with the WallyBubba herself I can confirm that these have all made the cut. #gin in the post ;) lol xx

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. And yet this week it's all kisses and hugs and " I love you mummy"s. My nerves!

      Delete
    2. The contradiction of toddlers... *twitches* lol x

      Delete
  9. Brilliant! So true. Some days you just can't do anything right in your toddler's eyes. I've had the banana one before... what can you do?? Pass the gin indeed!!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Consider the gin passed ;) thanks for the comment :))) x teehee xx

      Delete
  10. No 22 definitely struck a cord. Our calm bedtime routine recently turned into anything but. Not trying to be spammy but I'll pass the gin while you take 5 to read... http://virtuallyallsorts.wordpress.com/2013/11/17/how-to-win-a-stand-off-with-your-child

    ReplyDelete
  11. Oh this sounds so familiar! :) Stopping over from #MagicMoments.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes... I think they may all be working together... #toddlerarmy lol x

      Delete
  12. Ah, yes, the banana issue... What is it about bananas?! You really cannot win with a toddler :) #MagicMoments

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. No. Never come between a toddler and their banana. Or do? I don't know any more... *sighs*

      Delete
  13. Ha ha - brilliant post! There is a website where parents post pictures of their wailing kids and comment on why they cry! Very funny ;-)

    ReplyDelete
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    1. yes someone sent it to me on fb! so funny xxx thanks for the comment xx

      Delete
  14. Haha brilliant, definitely had moments like this. My son insists in having a yoghurt, until you get it out the fridge, take the top of and then if you try to feed it to him he acts like its poison. Our fridge is full of opened yogurt pots!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. That is too funny... mine would never leave a scrap of yoghurt ANYWHERE. but all other food is basically null and void. Bar cake. Obviously ;) x

      Delete
  15. lol lol Children really are strange things!! lol this really made me laugh x

    thanks for linking up iwth #MagicMoments x

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    1. Thanks for the comment :) great linky. Lots of fab posts! xx

      Delete
  16. Hehe toddlers are sooo hilarious. Straws have caused us so much grief on this holiday. "My want straaaaaaaw!!!!" absolutely everywhere we go. Naughty horse. I hope he stopped looking ;)

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    1. LMAO. I never. ever. let anyone anywhere put a straw in her direct eyeline. Else we will just have to leave and there will be blood. lol x

      Delete
  17. Hilarious, they just crack me up with their demands! POD wanted crisps for breakfast this morning. And Noddy :)

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Well of course... We r currently amidst an epic tantrum brought on by not being allowed to wear her Wellington boots with her pyjamas... *sighing* xx thanks for reading :)

      Delete