That makes me smile. I never went through that stage...where I thought boys were gross...hmmm...what does that say about me I wonder?:)
Tell 'Wuke' that I am going to kiss his whole face tomorrow! And, if he runs...I'll catch him!Good luck with the snow! Enjoy!
Ok, I am laughing about this because MW came home from school and announced she was "so degradiated and very disappointed and can't let it go" that the little man she has her eye on has turned down her proposal. Of course, this entire conversation began when I asked her who yanked on the neck of her shirt...as it was obviously stretched out...none other than the little guy she has her eye on. She also said, "I just love him as much as I love giraffe." (Giraffe is the animal she has "loved" since birth...she doesn't sleep without him!) Ha! Too funny!
Yeah, innocence is grand!!
I'm feeling alittle down tonight, over something quite silly, but this mad me laugh and smile. Thanks for sharing! My Carson use to say that too, he's already changed his mind and he's only 7!
I think all little boys think this at one time or another. Too cute! I remember when we were young and the boys thought all girls had "cooties". Christmas hugs for you!Kat(btw...I hung my garland with some tiny nails on the back of my headboard...hey, the back of my headboard is flat and besides no one will ever see them. I then wrapped a piece of greenery around the nail head)
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