Out of the two Minis, the trickster baby has got to be The Little Man. I mean, The Princess can be a handful, but she doesn’t do naughty tricks. She likes drawing on walls, bed sheets and even on our faces–but that’s about it.
The Little Man? Well, if there is such a thing as a ‘Naughty Or Nice’ gauge, he’d trip the gauge off. LOL. As in, ang dami niyang kalokohan at just ten months!!!
As I wrote in my previous posts, I am feeling under the weather. I have a headache that’s killing me so I try to get as much shuteye as I possibly can. I found an opportunity to rest earlier today when The Princess was still asleep and The Little Man was quietly playing with his toys beside me. It didn’t take long until I fell into deep slumber.
Then I heard The Little Man giggling while making small circles on my face with his finger. “What’s so funny?” I asked him. He smiled, stopped and showed his finger. I couldn’t make out what the gooey stuff on his finger was. “What’s that smell?” I thought to myself. That’s when it hit me. The Little Man dropped a bomb and painted my cheek with it.
I immediately stood up and took him to the bathroom to give him, and myself, a good scrub. I swear, he’s super naughty! He kept giggling while I was going on and on about why he should not have done that.
I guess he thought Mommy needs to be reminded about catching up on facials. That was one hell of a reminder!Image from http://oilersnation.com
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Hahaha, I can imagine Caleb’s face in that caucasian kids photo.
Thank goodness he didn’t put it near your mouth 😀
I would have fainted if he put it near or in my mouth. Mahina sikmura ko sa ganun. Haha!
Kim. Mas marami ata kalokohan ng mga bunso? Ganyan na ganyan din si A eh. Hay.
How cute your naughty toddler.. But yeah, what he did was brilliant! Kasi it’s a reminder nga naman daw that you need a facial! 🙂 hahaha!