Awhile back my gracious blog readers helped me solve the mystery of who broke a piece of my beloved Guatemalan pottery. (Miss Aleigha was the culprit that time). Today I find myself at a loss once again for ‘who dun it’. Only this time it was not a piece of pottery….
Often times we are asked how our kids feel about being in a large family… people worry if each child gets enough individual attention, individual space, and enough one on one time. What people often don’t see is that there are a lot of benefits of being in a large family. Lots of support, lots of love, always someone to play with, someone to talk to… and always someone else to ‘blame it on’. Needless to say, we have a LOTS of ‘wasn’t me’s in this house. ;0)
One thing I love about being a mommy is seeing how different, how unique, God made each child. Kids just crack me up. They are creative, they see life in a way that I had forgotten, and they know how to have fun. Yet… they also do the dandiest things… Like for instance, wipe random boogers here and there throughout the house. (Anyone want to come visit us and stay for dinner?) :0) Today for instance I found a big ‘ol booger wiped on the wall right next to the toilet paper roll in the kids bathroom. Can I just ask WHY? TWO inches away was a entire roll of paper to place that pretty little booger in… but nooooooooooo we have to use the WALL instead!!
So where do you come in you ask? I need your help in solving the mystery of ‘Who dun it… this time’. Who wiped the booger on the wall???
So let’s get going… and cast those votes!!!
Cultpit #1 “Wasn’t me Travis”
Age 18, Senior stud.
Known for playing rough with his younger siblings, loves football and girls. Often found at work, at football practice, school or in his discustingly messy room.
Culprit #2 “Wasn’t me Keegan”
Age 16. Known for his sly smile and flirting techniques. New to the driving world and often found at school, football practice or in the closet talking to his girlfriend on the phone.
Culprit #3 “Wasn’t me Addisyn”
Age 13.Known for her kind heart, observative nature and fierce competition on the court. Can often be found at school, volleyball practice, reading a book or hanging out with friends
Culprit #4 “Wasn’t me Kallan”
Known for his sweet disposition and knowing how to use it. Creative, quiet and a thinker. Can often be found playing football, playstation or at school
Culprit #5 “Wasn’t me Mya”
Age 5. Known for her adorable dimples, curly hair and spunkiness. Loves life and making people laugh. Can often be found at school, or by Aleigha’s side. Likes to please people or tattle.
Culprit #6 “Wasn’t me Aleigha”