Croc Drop

Last night, our butter-wouldn't-melt toddler had 'an accident' after her bath, on the floor in our master bedroom, semi-hidden behind a painting.

However she was driven out from behind the easel in fright, claiming in astonishment to have laid a crocodile.

I am flashing forward nineteen years and seeing a beautiful girl at her 21st, devoutly hoping that she has managed to convince her father and sisters to keep all potential cringe-worthy stories from their speeches.

Too bad she's too young right now to convince her mother to do the same...

Widge  – (November 3, 2009 at 9:15 AM)  

lol!!! Oh the mental imagery right now ;)

Gail  – (November 3, 2009 at 10:38 AM)  

Hahahah. That is too funny!

Erin  – (November 3, 2009 at 4:01 PM)  

I believe she has put you through enough that you can keep this little gem hidden until just. the. right. parental. moment. ;)
Maybe her "crocodile" scared her so much that she won't do it again. Or maybe tomorrow she'll try to produce an elephant. You just never know, do you?

I haven't commented on your latest (more serious) entries, Amy, but I am very much enjoying them and reading your heart on your sleeve. Thank you.

Anonymous –   – (November 4, 2009 at 6:45 AM)  

that is a good one.

Jenny  – (November 4, 2009 at 4:38 PM)  

Oh my goodness, I have never heard it called THAT before! So funny!
I just discovered your blog-beautiful! Love the photos, you are very talented! I'm looking forward to following along! (Southern Institute for Domestic Arts and Crafts)

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