Wednesday, May 4, 2011

Mr. Innocent

When my son Jake was about eight or nine years old he had a pretty good philosophy and that was: “whatever it was, it wasn’t me.”
I even joked and called him the “wasn’t me man” for a few years.
Good thing this did not last long but those days were pretty funny since he was a master at crafting his words skillfully to talk his way out of things he and his twin sister had done.

I love how kids are always picking up new things and using them to their advantage, too bad it usually comes back on us parents like it does though. 
Have your kids pulled the wool over your eyes lately?


  1. My kids are all adults now with kids of their own. My eldest has upset me very much, won't go into detail but I wrote a poem called It;s still hurting..

  2. My son is always surprising me with the stuff he does...sometimes I just have to shake my head and walk away......praying. Blessings, Joanne

  3. I'm not a kid anymore :d but I still say IT WASN'T ME, lol :D

  4. I don't know. I can't see anything with this wool covering my eyes.
    Happy Mom's Day!