Comments: Munchkins

ahhhhhhhhhhhhh. My youngest use to do that. Memories!

Posted by vwbug at May 13, 2013 04:32 AM

Oh goodness.....I initially read that your niece was peeing on the bed, rather than peering over the bed.....whew....so much happier.

Spent a long weekend with my grand daughter who thinks that I don't wear underwear...why? I have no idea. We went to mass yesterday and she pulled out a hymnal and starting singing "Mary had a little lamb"....good, good times

Posted by Trudy at May 13, 2013 06:17 AM

Doesn't that make your ovaries ache?

Posted by Mrs. Who at May 13, 2013 05:05 PM

Good lord...shut the door!

Fortunately, all my families' kids are grown now. But privacy still rules...no matter who is in the house.

That would totally freak me out to wake up with someone's face in my face in bed. Aaaaghhhh!!

Posted by DogsDontPurr at May 13, 2013 07:33 PM

Mine still haul me out of bed so I can feed them breakfast. I must be doing something wrong!

Posted by PeggyU at May 15, 2013 01:52 PM

Was just retelling my 17 year old 6' 2'' nephew the other night that from the age of 3 he'd come stay with us often and would be told by his Mum to be on his best manners at Uncle Mikey and Aunty Shaz's house so would stand at the end of our bed and yell "EXCUSE ME" at the top of his lungs if he needed us during the night. Used to scare the stuffing out of me!! LOL

Posted by Shaz at May 15, 2013 10:47 PM

In cases like what you described, we normally scream and pull the covers over our heads. When the "offending party" draws closer to wonder if the two adults in the house lost their minds, one of us grabs them and pulls them under the covers with us, often to suffer the fate of being mercilessly tickled. Even the almost-twelve year old nephew still gets victimized by this, at least until he grows a little more to the point where I can't physically overpower him anymore...

Posted by diamond dave at May 17, 2013 12:11 PM