Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Pantry Pandemonium

Dee: Uh oh, here comes Mom.!
Don't look guilty--act natural! Bex: No, it's okay, she's got her camera.
That means we've got lotsa time.

Mom: Okay guys, that's enough destruction for one morning.

Bex: Please let us stay. I'm sorry for playing with the fire extinguisher.

Dee: Mom, can you make this for me?

21 comments:

McVal said...

Awe! I remember those days! I made one of the lower cabinets in my kitchen just for cans so my little ones could dig in it and not get into any major trouble... Unless of course you count them dropping cans on their feet.

Dana said...

So cute! They know where the good stuff is stashed! Meghan used to crawl INTO the cupboard that had my pots and pans in it, (after she had tossed them all out of the cupboard and onto the floor of course!)

~ Tammy ~ Country Girl at Home said...

Oh Elle, your life looks like so much fun! Really! I bet everyday is an adventure! They don't look a bit mischievous! ;) They're SO precious! Wish you could send them over here for a day for Joy and me....we'd have so much fun....notice I said a day....I'd have to be broken into slowly with twins I think! :)

Love your captions...they're so cute!

Have a great day!
Tammy

curegirl0421 said...

Those are some happy kids right there. Reminds me of the time my daughter & her friend disassembled my closet for me (they were 5 and 4 at the time) - my mistake, of course, was enjoying the quiet without really wondering WHY it was so quiet. :)

Walking on Sunshine... said...

So cute! I remember our daughter, Olivia, use to love to get into our CD collection and make a mess of it! It was two drawers full of CD's that she would love to pull open and empty and throw all around the room until my husband installed child-proof locks on the cabinet. She wasn't too happy but I was happy not to have to put all of them away on a daily basis. Cute pictures!!!

Texas Lisa said...

cute!!!!!

WhiteStone said...

What? No broken eggs? No spilled flower? You are blessed. LOL

the Provident Woman said...

I'm sorry, but all I can do is laugh.

Meghan said...

Aahhh! They are so CUTE!!

cherie said...

Hahaha! Sweetie, you're my American counterpart! Except that my kids are a little older. Oh, wait! They STILL do all that when they get a little older, hahahahaha!!! So adorable!!!!

Yelena R. said...

Aww adorable! Recently a baby spilled my box of super good pizza leftovers all over the floor...he's so lucky that he's cute!

Dandy said...

I love the big smile Bex flashes... he already knows how to use it! And can Dees curls be any cuter?

CottageGirl said...

Bex is just a friendly kind of guy, isn't he laid back enjoy the moment ...

his sis, on the other hand, wants to get things done and now!! No foolin' around for her!!! There is a pantry here that needs her attention ...

Adorable children! Must be so much fun watching them interact!!!!

Debbie said...

Oh my gosh, I am rolling on the floor and laughing. They are too cute!

Caryn said...

Looks like fun! I had a stamp escapade in our home yesterday but I could not take pix - it is still tought to think about all of the red ink I cleaned up!

Heart2Heart said...

Elle,

Thanks for sharing all those heart warming pictures with all of us. I love all the captions you put right alongside them so we really know what they were thinking!

Love and Hugs ~ Kat

COUNTRY MOM said...

I just found your wonderful blog. I LOVE the pics. You have a beautiful family. Really enjoyed your caption for the photo:) Have a great day.

Rural Revival said...

Gee, they are just too darn cute!!!

Flat Creek Farm said...

They are just too precious! Love your captions also. When my son was 18 months to about 3, he had his own kitchen cabinet with his toys. He loved it. But I'm sure it wasn't nearly as fun as it would have been to go destructo on some of mom's stuff :) -Tammy

Arlene said...

LOL!!! Yep the pics bring back lots of memories of when mine was little!!

Chocolate Covered Daydreams said...

Their smiles are priceless. Reminds me so much of my sis and I. Word to the wise, hide the crayons. With twins, a masterpiece is waiting.