Mom was hearing a little bit of commotion from the little girl’s room, and when she took a peek, she caught her daughter jumping back into bed and pretending to sleep. The daughter had grabbed a bunch of lollipops, unwrapped them all, and then tried to pretend to be asleep to avoid getting caught. Parents are a savvy bunch, however – Mom was able to figure this one out without too much trouble.
The best part is the daughter sleeping while holding evidence in her hand. Why didn’t she just unwrap one and enjoy it? She probably wouldn’t have gotten caught. Two-year-olds haven’t developed a lot of critical thinking skills just yet.
Ready to Help the Rebels
We feel pretty bad about this kid. Not only did she grab a black marker and go to town, but when she was finally found out she managed to pull one of the most...interesting faces we've ever seen. She looks like an Ewok from “Star Wars: Episode VI.” Surely not the best picture that's ever been taken of this little lady.
We hope the cleanup wasn't too bad. We're also kind of amazed at how dense the marker is around the eyes. Maybe there's another child to blame for this botched makeup job. That would certainly explain the face she's pulling.
Blaming the Dog
Pointing the finger at the family pet is a time-honored tradition for everyone. My little brother once blamed the cat for a bit of earth-shaking flatulence. Of course, this kid is going to have a pretty difficult time blaming this colorful hound, since dogs aren't very good at holding blue crayons. Any crayons, really.
Also, the dog is casting its baleful gaze on the kid, expecting him to make another artistic move. The kid not only did the classic drawing on the walls, but gave the dog a fresh coat, and even did a little bit of his own makeup. Another clue the kid is to blame – is the height of the drawing. Right at eye level.
Toddler Tested, Toddler Approved
It was a classic story. Mom suddenly realized things were a little too quiet, and she knew that could only mean trouble. Indeed – when she entered the kitchen, she found multiple sticks of butter, unwrapped and spoiled by a set of child chompers. Why the kid thought it was necessary to unwrap multiple sticks and test each one, we'll never know.
Toddlers don't think, toddler's act. Not only does this render the butter pretty much unusable for anything other than spreading a little bit of the safe amount on toast, but the child will probably have a bad bathroom time in the near future, too. That's a lot of oil.
Hey. What's Up? Just Watchin' a Movie
This little guy seems to think that not making eye contact will make sure he doesn't get into trouble. But, no, he's still going to get into trouble. As to what he's done to cover himself, the couch, several blankets, and (probably) the floor, we aren't really sure. Looks like it could be flour. There are a lot of options.
According to the attached story, this child also got into the family's rice supply and spread approximately thirty pounds of it evenly over the kitchen floor. This little guy apparently needs a closer watch than the standard.