Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Seriously.

Yes, this is what I woke up to at 7am this morning.


This is her leg.


This is her belly button. Her belly button. You couldn't imagine the amount of nail polish in here.

This is Tot's face when she told me she did it because she "needed to be decorated for Nana".



Sigh.

7 comments:

Tiffany said...

Did it get on anything else, like her bedspread or the carpeting?

I just think your child was expressing her appreciation of Jackson Pollock's legacy in the art world but using her belly button as a punch bowl for nail polish.

Unsinkable Kristen said...

It got on the carpet, me, my nightstand, and my glasses, which I'm pretty sure are now ruined. She expressed all over the place.

Robin said...

Fridays lunch is sounded better and better huh? And your anniversary unfathomable! (SP?)

Unfortunately, I have a piture that would compliment this post so well. I will try and post it in honor of the Tot!

By the way, HOW IN THE WORLD DO THEY GET THOSE LITTLE BOTTLES OPEN ANYWAY?????

Cynthia said...

I am just so proud that she wanted to decorate her little body for my visit!!! She is truly a "hoot-n-a-holler." Tim said that he would grab a can of paint and we'll turn her loose in the spare bedroom and put some of this creative energy to good use. :) (wise man, eh?)

Gosh, I love that TOT.

Nicole McIntyre said...

Thanks for the my morning chuckle, even if it wasn't yours...

This is the reason I keep all "colorful" objects hidden. I've seen the damage my kid can do with his breakfast oatmeal.

Tiffany said...

Wow. Bummer, UK. I hope you're able to salvage at least one of the three things. Maybe you can repaint the nightstand and use a decorative rug on the carpeting. As for you glasses...okay, I can't come up with an easy fix there. I'm so sorry.

Becky said...

i'm guessing the makers of all things child proof did not make them "tot proof" in any way. what a sneaky little turkey.