Saturday, 2 May 2009

Busted!



6.30 pm

Messy kitchen.

Small child caught red handed on Mr DC's mobile phone.

28 comments:

  1. Hmmmm! I've got a little fridge raider too! Only mine is getting so tall now that she doesn't need to stand on anything!

    Lucy x

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  2. food raiders in my house got sooo bad i had to find places to hide stuff so that it didn't all get eaten straightaway!!!

    xx

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  3. Hee hee - I remember getting caught like that! Bless her :-)

    xxx

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  4. At least she's using the proper equipment and not trying to balance on anything dangerous! My two hover in front of the fridge ... you wait - it'll only get worse! x

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  5. Hahaha! Aw, that made my day.

    (What delectable morsel was she going for, by the way?)

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  6. Ha ha! Mine sneak ice to crunch from the freezer (underneath the fridge). They're just weird.

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  7. Looks to me like the skills of an independent young person. Foster that and encourage her to cook all the foods that YOU like.

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  8. So what is it that you're hiding from your little waif on the top shelf of the fridge??
    I have Mummy-bat-ears for the sound of the cupboards opening!

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  9. oh but she's so cute with it!

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  10. Should I really be laughing this loudly? Probably not... but very cute and funny. Why did she need to raid the fridge to make a phone call though?

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  11. Oh, they are clever. Don't get rid of the step. It's not the step's fault. They can move chairs from different rooms.

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  12. Oh bless :D

    Wish I'd had that sort of initative when I was too small to reach the top shelf!

    xxx
    ps. word-v surupsyl - makes me think of a silly surreptious attempt to get food :P

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  13. Has said small child been making secret visits to my fridge, by any chance?

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  14. Hahah -- that's so cute! And just who was she talking to???

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  15. That's a daily occurance around here. I used to put some things on top of the fridge, 'til I realised that it took BOTH kids less time to scale up there than it took me to get a stool to reach it for myself.

    The weird thing is they are usually going for healthy food like apples...

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  16. Signs of criminal intelligence there - I wonder who she inherited it from?

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  17. Hello Liz - I think if she had the chance to raid other fridges, she undoubtedly would!

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  18. Oh we have one of those in this house, although mine has just turned 3 and has worked out that if he opens the cupboard he can use the shelves on the bottom cupboard as a ladder to get up to the worksurface then can stand up to open the top cupboard that the biscuit tin is in. Also he keeps pinching slices of bread from under my nose when slicing it. I could have sworn the other day I had cut enough slices :0

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  19. Mmm, are there ice creamy things in there? What a cheeky sausage.

    Very lovely to see you all today!

    xxxx

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  20. I love the way our children think that at certain times they are invisible!!!!
    Glad to read you got to Charleston, we were going to go that day too but realised that it would be very busy. Do you think you might get to visit Monk's House next time you're over this way?
    Kimx

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  21. me: who's had an icecream without asking?

    minutes of silence.

    No 2 looking sheepish: mum, how do you always know we've done something wrong?

    Perhaps because the freezer is open and the dog is on the sofa licking an icecream stick?

    But I didn't tell him that. Let him believe I'm magic.

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  22. te,he this made me giggle, perhaps not what you expected to see first thing in the morning but it makes a very cute picture. Jane x

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  23. Whoops...tee-hee...That is really cute! But who was she talking too...a boyfriend already??!! :-O Happy Day ((HUGS))

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  24. I too wonder what delectable morsel it was that drove her theft?

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  25. Yep, you don't get much more red handed than that! I'm impressed with her planning though - a very organised assault on the top shelf!

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  26. Fantastic!

    I don't need the step anymore, and I do live 300 miles away from my parents, but I do still get in to trouble for fridge raiding when I go home!

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