Sunday, March 27, 2011

What a mess.

Look what Joseph did today while I was on the phone.

opened new custard, smashed several eggs and put an egg in custard. He then also ate straight out of the custard container.

This is custard all over his suit when we found him.


Tania said...

Joseph looks very proud of himself Therese.

Lovely job cleaning the eggs up...not!


Nancy said...

Why are they always so darned cute when they are making such a mess??

Unknown said...

I'd say he does look pretty proud of himself. I bet you didn't even get mad at him did you? How could you with a smile like that? Bet you didn't did you? :-)

Laura The Crazy Mama said...

He's a survivalist! What a resourceful little guy! He and Evangeline would make a very handy couple ;)

X said...

With a face as sweet as his I think I would have laughed!

Therese said...

Angela and Mike,

Yes we did laugh and no I didn't get mad.

This will be one of those remember when stories that Joseph will endure for the rest of his life.

Welcome said...

heee heeee love this. My little boy (2) loves to open the fridge and get the eggs and toss them or feed them to the dog. We have lots of hens, thus lots of eggs. What a mess they are to clean up. Even so it still makes us laugh and hold those memories close.

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