Wednesday, December 05, 2007

What a Mess!



I turn my back on her for only a few moments to check my email and when I turn around, this is what I see (and yes, she put that thing on her head all by herself). Hannah gets into EVERYTHING!!!! I clean up the same messes over and over everyday. She's just too adorable to get mad at, though.

P.S. Happy Birthday Mom!!!!

8 comments:

Jon, Teresa & Madison said...

Ha,Ha,Ha!!!! I LOVE that picture and she has such a cute and innocent expression on her face. That look reminds me of Madison when she runs through the house like a tornado. You're right: you can't be mad at such a cute face.

Kerrie said...

There's something about destroying the house that is so fun for little ones. She looks like she's having a blast. And yeah, she's way to cute to ever get mad at.

Hollie said...

She's not only having a good time but she is learning as well. This stage won't last forever. Eventually they learn what is ok and what is not. Hopefully her exploring isn't too costly in the future. Maybe you'll have some good stories to tell her later on.

Grandma Julia said...

Oh, what a beautiful mess! Look at that precious face - you're right, no getting mad about that. She is just learning how to keep busy, and exploring is a great way to do that. This too shall come to pass, but I'll pray for some extra patience for you! Love you all - Mom

leslie jo said...

I love that quote about
"Trying to keep the house clean while the kids are still growing is like shoveling snow when it is still snowin" I don't it exactly but I know how you feel Mine do the same!
She is cute little one!

Mom said...

That is too funny. If only they could learn to put it back as fast as they pull it out! So cute and innocent. Love her.

Joe and Angela said...

Don't mind at all. The more the merrier! Thanks for the compliment...It's nice to know that more people can enjoy all our *hard* work even if it's just though a picture on a blog. Any by the way, Hannah is ADORABLE.

Jennifer said...

Little cutie pie! That scene looks familiar. Hollie said that stage doesn't last forever, my kids are still in that stage (a reflection of my awesome parenting/organization skills, no doubt).