One-Liner Wednesday — Kinder-Friendly

Sometimes strangers apologize for their children acting like children and I’ll say, “Are you kidding? He’s five. We should be glad he’s wearin clothes and speakin English!”


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28 Responses to One-Liner Wednesday — Kinder-Friendly

  1. Benson says:

    Now isn’t she the little Princess. Taffeta and juice boxes. Winning combo.

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  2. Dan Antion says:

    Seriously, that’s so true – darling photo!

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  3. bikerchick57 says:

    Ahhh, the little Princess and her domain. She’s owning it. Adorable.

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  4. larva225 says:

    I can’t help but think maybe I subconsciously helped inspire this one….

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  5. Is that a play kitchen set in the corner with a stainless steel refrigerator with ice dispenser?? Goodness. I have play kitchen envy. My kids had a play kitchen made out of wine boxes, toilet rolls and milk bottle lids…..

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  6. marianallen says:

    My little yayhoo had manufactured kitchen appliances, but they were heavy cardboard, or maybe plywood. She called them “stove and oven” although they were also a sink and a refrigerator. She and her inflatable T-Rex had good times there.

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    • joey says:

      Lovely. Invisible T-Rexes must be charming companions. I had metal, Holly Hobby, I think. To be honest, I only remember a fridge and stove and ironing board. I don’t think it was consolidated…


      • marianallen says:

        Sara’s weren’t consolidated, either. I think she inherited them from her big sisters, who I married (you don’t just marry a man, you marry his kids, if any, as well, amiright?) when the youngest was eight. Her T-Rex was inflatable, not invisible, and about as tall as she was. She named him John Allen and claimed him as her brother. When he eventually popped a seam, she thumb-tacked him to the playhouse wall and the fun continued unabated.

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  7. Ally Bean says:

    That’s one swanky kitchen there. And the photo of the princess kicking back in her kitchen is delightful.

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  8. She looks right at home and having the time of her life. I wonder if people expect children to be born adults? They have to grow and be their age.

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  9. Chez Shea says:

    Oh my. What a cutie. Love the tutu!

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  10. Haha! You’re right. Children should be able to act their age.
    Your daughter is delightful!

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  11. I love the photo – make me smile and laugh out loud. 🙂

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  12. LindaGHill says:

    Oh, I know! People seem to think their kids should be perfect for some reason. Very cute piccie. 😀

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  13. Looking comfortable 🙂

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