Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Powder Ranger

Do not think that you can watch the news as your four and two year olds quietly walk in the other room.
My house was so fresh smelling for weeks. But, it took two vacuums and much help from my mom to clean it up. NEVER buy an economy size anything once you have kids! I learned this lesson through not only my Powder Ranger and also the infamous Tums-eating extravaganza on Easter Morning '03.


Beth@Pages of Our Life said...


Aren't you glad you got a picture of that! His eyes tell the story all too well.

I dropped a huge glass jar of balsamic vinegar last week. It took me all afternoon to clean it up! I am still finding it in cracks!

Ah the joys of life.....

ByHISgoodGrace said...

Thanks, I'm glad I got his photo!
This is my now 6 year old when he was two.

Marsha Marsha Marsha said...

Oh my goodness!!! That happened to my friend with her younger daughter and son... except it was powder AND lotion.. all over the bathroom floor, counter, mirror. And then, her daughter fell and broke her arm! Talk about some crazy explaining going to the ER slathered in lotion and powder! LOL

Thank you for stopping by my blog and for your prayers for me and my family. Where much grace is needed, it is abundantly given-- God is SO good!

JavaMama said...

That is hilarious! I experienced a much smaller incident yesterday with my baby angel. While I was busy enjoying the quietness assuming she was playing quietly in her room with her babies it turns out she was rubbing "lotion" or nasal gel all over her face :0)

JOYfully in Him,

Your Mother said...

Reminds me of the time you,at 3, and your brother,2, covered yourselves and half the house with a one pound jar of vaseline. Never thought of taking a greasy pic. of that. Wish I had, but was busy washing hair and floors all day. I could have used your advice then, not to buy large quantities!