Monday, 17 March 2008

We don't say stinky poo-poo...


I got put in the hall again today for being mean to Owlie. (sigh) Just who IS the boss in this house? Don't really need an answer to that do I? I had to sit there for two minutes with Dolly, Annabel, a stuffed mouse and a Peppa-pig slipper.

Rosie's "Cross" face is enough to turn me into the meanest Daddy-Pig, laughing at her only makes her crosser. The cross face here was earned for flicking breakfast cereal... Toast... Tea towels... Random bits of paper and a plastic egg cup.

I have taken it upon myself to teach her the finer p
oints of our wonderful language. Teaching her to say "Turnehp" (turnip) in a west country accent is my latest triumph... She'll be scarred for life no doubt.

Oh yes... "We don't say stinky poo-poo!"

Or... Blummin' eck

Or... Bloody-hell. Silly man, who taught you to drive?!

Guilty of two of those. (holds up hand) Think the last one came from her Grandma...





She can also twist me around her little finger.













Failing that, out comes the circular saw!!!!! RARRRRR!

9 comments:

mountainear said...

I suspect you don't stand a chance! That little poppet must have gold medals in twisting daddies round fingers.

Jackie said...

Rosie looks likes shes auditioning for the starring roll in Saw IIII haaha!

Loving those faces Rosie, just remember whos boss Ade!

lampworkbeader said...

It is VERY obvious who's the boss, and it isn't daddy!

Cait O'Connor said...

Yes I don't think you stand a chance. Oh I see Mountainear has written the same words!

WesterWitch/Headmistress said...

Ah bless she has a circular saw - girl after my own heart.

Now come on you don't still harbour thoughts that you might actually be boss in your own house do you.

Milla said...

you are clearly barking mad, man.

Moley-Bloke said...

You are right of course.. I am/was under the foolish impression that I was boss... How the mighty fall.. :)

KittyB said...

She's a bit of a cutie - but yes, always the smallest is the boss. Peppa Pig! I am missing Milkshake since my boy is far too old and cool for Noddy, Funky Farm, Peppa Pig and all my favourites. Granpa Pig is the best. Oh, and Oswald. That cute sausage dog... what's he called? Weeny-girl, is it?
I'm going now. Embarassed myself enough.

Blogget Jones said...

Oh, adorable pics....love the cross-face. My daughter is now 12 and the list of words I can't say is only getting longer....but of course, I say them just to see the 12-yr-old cross-face!

:o) BJ