Wednesday, May 20, 2009

My Sneaky Son


Look at those eyes!
Doesn't William look just a little mischievous?


Here is a recent conversation that took place in our house:

William: "Mommy, are you finished eating your donut?"
Me: "No, I'm still eating it."
William: "Hmmm..... May I borrow it?"

I have been laughing ever since!

77 comments:

  1. you were above me in the SITS comments today! just saying hi.

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  2. LOL--good one!!!

    Thanks for stopping by on my SITS day--and especially for your lovely comments! Hope to see you again soon!

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  3. What an adorable son.
    You have a great Memorial Day weekend. Our weekend starts at 3PM Sunday!
    Oh, don't forget to stop by and respond to my latest question. Betty or Veronica ~ Who should Archie marry?

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  4. Stopping by from sits to say hi! Great blog!

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  5. Ooooh that face! Haha I would NEVER lend that face a donut.

    So cute.

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  6. "BORROW" it? Haha! That's a good one. Reminds me of when I was a little kid and my mom would "borrow" my ice cream cones to make sure they weren't poisoned. *sigh* such a selfless woman!!

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  7. Very cute!! Sure he'll give it back..hey you're only eating it what's the big deal. LOL!

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  8. No donut is safe in our house! I believe one of the older ones would try to snatch it out of my mouth - but they still think I can take'm down - LOL

    What a great quote - Can I borrow. . . your Dr. Pepper? Can I borrow. . .your breath mint?

    Thanks for making me smile:)

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  9. "May I borrow it?"

    That is BRILLIANT. Sneaky, funny and grammatically correct!

    Congrats on your SITS day!

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  10. Hee hee hee.... kids are so smart!

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  11. I have a daughter like that! What can you do with them? LOL

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  12. LOL! Kids kill me. My daughter is always pulling out the wackiness and it gets me every time.

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  13. They do say some wonderful things -- and blogging is a great way to remember them in the middle of the hustle and bustle of raising them.

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  14. How cute! Yes, those eyes do make him look sneaky.

    Congrats on your SITS day!

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  15. Stopping by from SITS...congrats on your day! Your son does look quite sneaky :) Reminds me of mine!

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  16. Cute. Definitely a sneaky gleam in his eye! Happy SITS Day!

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  17. That's so precious! He's adorable!

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  18. That definitely sounds like something my son would say!

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  19. What a cutie pie! Did you loan it to him? I couldn't have refused him!

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  20. He has great eyes and a very sneaky way of asking for a doughnut.Stopping from SITS!

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  21. Wait, are we sure he wasn't going to give it back?

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  22. I just love the things kids say!

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  23. Oh that is awesome! What a sweet little boy.

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  24. Don't you just love the things little ones say?! I'm visiting from SITS!

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  25. Ha! So cute. My son thinks sharing is when we give him something of ours that he wants. He always says, "Daddy gave me some of his candy. I'm sharing with him."

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  26. That's too sweet! Kids sure can get.... creative when they want something!

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  27. Haha, that conversation is silly. :) Sounds like a real trickster. (From SITS)

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  28. Oh I love it! Sounds like something Princess Nagger would say! ;) Love the mischievous look on his face! :)

    Happy SITS Day! :)

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  29. Hi Rachel, stopping by from SITS. I think there is just something about little boys. My son loves to ask for just a bite of whatever I am eating.......I nearly always comply because he is just so stinkin cute! Just like your William.
    Enjoy your day!

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  30. Borrow it!! That's hilarious!!! Gotta love those kids.

    Blessings

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  31. Hi Rachel,
    This post is so funny. That is something I would say except my girls know my tricks and wouldn't let me "borrow it" lol
    I'm new to SITS and your blog is a wonderful way for me to start meeting all of the other members of SITS.
    LizAnn
    www.forgirlsanddolls.com

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  32. That is too perfect! I love the creative ways kids have of trying to get what they want : )

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  33. LOL!! What a great picture! That is so funny. I would've died laughing.

    Happy SITS day!!! Love your blog!

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  34. Happy SITS day. Was it chocolate? Could I also borrow the doughnut?

    LisaDay

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  35. That's so cute!! Happy SITS day!

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  36. Kids can say the funniest things!

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  37. Love it! He totally looks like he's up to something.

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  38. Haha!! That is just too adorable! Kids are smart:)

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  39. How do kids think of these things? I mean, seriously, think about how clever that really is! Smart little guy!

    I just blogged today about the prayer that my sister has been saying...

    http://jessicaelizabethr.blogspot.com/2010/02/be-us-to-blessed.html

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  40. LOL! ...borrow it, eh? That's one I've yet to hear from my son, who also has that mischievous look about him! :)

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  41. Stopping by from SITS and checking out your posts! What a little cutie, you have.......they grow up fast, so enjoy!

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  42. Love those cute things kids say!!

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  43. Your son is adorable-he does look pretty mischievous. Did you let him "borrow" the donut? :-)

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  44. What a sweetheart!

    Kids come up with the best and most creative ways of getting what they want!

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  45. hahahaha, that's just perfect. I could totally see my daughter saying that in a few years. Happy SITS day!

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  46. Hahhahhaa, he's so clever! Happy SITS Day!

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  47. *Lol* he's one smart cookie


    Happy SITS day!!!!!

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  48. Ha! I have a sneaky son at home too! Donut borrowing is one of his favorite things to do!!

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  49. Kids can say the cutest things.

    Happy SITS Day!

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  50. teehee, kids can be so clever! Thats like my niece, my SIL was dieting and she was cheating on her diet with some chocolate and my niece was like, "You can't eat that, mommy. It will make you fat. I'll eat it for you." LOL. cheeky little six year old, that she was.

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  51. Happy SITS Day, and congrats!
    I LOVE this conversation. Hey, at least he asked, right?!

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  52. Very mischievous indeed! haha. That is a smart kid.

    Happy SITS day!

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  53. How very sweet and what a handsome boy!

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  54. Too funny! Happy SITS day!

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  55. LOL at "may I borrow it"
    I love it!

    Visiting from SITS, love the blog - keep up the great work.

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  56. So cute. Kids really think they are being sneaky!

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  57. That's so funny!! And just how did he plan to return it after "borrowing it??" LOL

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  58. Happy SITSday! You're right, the eyes definitely give his actions away! I have a son like that. Anytime he's going to be ornery, his eyes light up. They always have, since he was a baby. And he's a teenager now.

    I've read through some of your other posts and just wanted to add that I admire your faith. It is apparent that it is real. I can't imagine what you deal with on a daily basis, but would hope that I could also continue to glorify the Lord in my thoughts, words and actions. That I would still know that He has only the best in mind for me. The post on your illness was very inspirational. Thank you.
    Blessings!:)

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  59. Coffee and purple -- two of my favorite things! And what an adorable picture of your son. Cheers from a SITSa.

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  60. I think he's naughty and adorable both ..
    Cheers SITSa

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  61. wouldn't have happened at my house. My kids know that my Krispy Kremes are sacred!! :)

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  62. He's precious! A little orneriness never hurt anything!

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  63. That is awesome! What a cute little sneak he is. :)

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  64. Fiendish courtesy - very clever indeed. I'm going to remember that tactic!

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  65. What a cutie. Was he planning to lick the icing off and return it? ;)

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