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get stuffed – part two February 16, 2008

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Ths is a follow up to yesterdays rant

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11 Responses to “get stuffed – part two”

  1. Ninja Says:

    Only if they can cook and clean, and leave the house tidy… and not hit me for dosh everyday. You tell 'em Cat! Eat it or go hungry!!

  2. cat Says:

    Please don't tell me your girls cook and clean and tidy. Say it isn't so!!

  3. Ninja Says:

    They don't. Calm down. I was hoping yours would be way better in those departments. Although I have to say that the older one is turning into a handy baker of pastries and cakes… there's still hope!

  4. ROFL! First honest to god laugh of the day. Thanks. 😉

  5. Candy Sparks Says:

    which ever tastes better fried…

    candy

  6. cat Says:

    I've made it into a coaster – looks cute

  7. cat Says:

    yes, everything seems more appealing when wrapped in pastry or deep fried.

  8. Waterbaby Says:

    I'll take the boy, please. Like that hat.

  9. Lizzie Says:

    I love this – actually, looking through to just before Christmas, I like pretty much all your digiart stuff. The reason this one appeals so much though is that I used to have that 'saying' as my signature and we used to refer to the twins as the raptors – they work in a strong pair and surround you to get what they want!
    Thing is, I've trained all four of my kids well and they do great housework. J loves ironing (the lil freak), H likes to do jobs where she can see a difference. They all cook great meals, they all know how to do basic DIY tasks, how to use the washing machine etc.. Now they are useful, there's no way I'm giving them away.

  10. cat Says:

    lol – you should write a book then. My 20 year old daughter asked me how to use the washing machine last week, Imagine someone loving to iron. lol.

  11. Lizzie Says:

    Honestly, the child has no idea. We've just had half term here so I'd washed their uniforms ready but I can't abide ironing so things get shaken and folded so that the weight of everything else presses it. We'd been out for most of the weekend and got home at around 7pm and the first thing she did was get out the iron and board before pegging upstairs for a shirt and t-shirt each for her ans her sister, which she happily pressed.
    She certainly doesn't get that from me!


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