Friday, March 23, 2007

SO HELP ME....




IF I EVER FIND OUT
WHO TOLD MY THREE YEAR OLD
SON THAT THERE IS THIS:





OR THIS





IN OUR HOUSE.



I SPENT THE GREATER PART

OF LAST NIGHT TRYING

TO CONVINCE HIM

THERE IS NOT A T-REX

OR MONSTERS IN OUR HOUSE.


SO HELP ME...

6 comments:

Not said...

In six months both of these things will be his FAVORITE and he will be pronouncing names of dinosaurs you didn't know existed.

That is my totally unqualified (in all senses of the word) prediction.

Not that it makes dealing with a terrified 3 year old any easier right now...

Big Pissy said...

Who would have done such a thing?

Does he go to a pre-school or something where some other kid would have told him that?

t_cole said...

Not-
funny thing is - during the day light hours - he loves dinosaurs.
it's in the dark - he does not. at all. i was like that as a kid. had snake dreams. in fact, last night i dreamt i was bit by a snake...

pissy - ia a sneaking suspicion it was one of his sisters. The one that reminds me of you...
need i say more???
=)

cadbury_vw said...

it was me, i confess

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that would be so totally something i'd do to a poor unsuspecting child

'course i'd be there to settle them out later, and having been subjected to my sense of humour for years already they would just understand it was their twisted buddy cadbury messing with their heads...

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i hope he's dealing with it better now

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when i was a kids my brother told me there was alligators on the floor after we got into bed

i believed it and stayed in bed out of fear for a couple of years

Eve said...

Oh NOOOOOOOO.

We have never had the whole scared of monsters or dinos thing. But even if my 5 year old STARTS that... my 7 year old quickly corrects "That's RIDICULOUS! Dinos are EXTINCT and MONSTERS ARE MAKE_BELIEVE, Dumb-Dumb!!"

Nice?! ~giggle~

Shall I send him over? ;)

Anonymous said...

but, but, Sully & Mike are CUTE Monsters. And in the end they make people laugh! Mag loves M.I..
She'll even laugh like Roz..Heennh heehhhnn.
T-Rex? not so much.