That's NOT Chocolate syrup dummy

>> Thursday, July 8, 2010

As you may already know, blogging is my new hobby; I enjoy writing mostly as a stress release. I also love making ya’ll laugh, even if at my own expense.


I have sacrificed a lot for my new hobby. One major sacrifice is my Facebook games. All my Fishville fish are belly up and pets are running amuck in Petville. I am sad to say my Farmville farm is looking extremely neglected. My crops are all wilted, my dog has long since run away, my trees are heavy with rotten fruit, and my poor farm animals...well lets just say I think PETA is about to shut me down.

I’ve sacrificed sleeping, eating (you may not know by looking at me, but I’ve skipped a few meals) and now to top it all off I’ve sacrificed my beauty…that’s right my beauty.

Last week while I was plugging away at a post my dear sweet daughter came to me looking like this…

Can you tell what is all over her sweet face? That is ALL my new whipped (very expensive) foundation. She took advantage of a very distracted mommy to get into her makeup bag and completely clean out a jar of foundation.

And if that was not enough, today as (I thought) all the kids were happily playing Wii; I was doing some blog hopping. Oh but what a fool am I. This is what my little turd dear sweet amazing daughter was doing…

At first I thought for sure she had gotten into the chocolate syrup... But then I looked closer…

WTF is that?? It was everywhere, up her arms down her legs. I started to freak out when it all started to slowly compute in my head…

”Oh No Maggie…no. no. no.” I mutter to myself running down the stairs to find this…

That’s my purse strung all over the kitchen floor…

This was my favorite NEW lipstick…the one I spent over an hour with the MaryKay lady to get just the right color.

And this is what the rest of my lipsticks look like…

My daughter had lipstick shoved so far up her nose, I couldn’t get it all out in the bath, she looked on the verge of a bloody nose all day. Then all the lipstick didn’t wash off her skin or hair completely… she looked all bruised and beat up…I was afraid to take her out of the house…she might be mistaken for an unwanted redheaded step child.

So the next time you see me all freckled faced and pail lipped you’ll know why.



A big Thank you to Nicole at Thats life for this blog award!
I'd love to take the time, follow the rules and pass it on...but I need to check on my kids...don't ya think?

15 comments:

Cassie July 8, 2010 at 9:08 AM  

Oh man! One of my first memories of my little sister is her getting into my mom's lipstick and looking pretty much just like that afterward! LOL

Mamma has spoken July 8, 2010 at 9:25 AM  

I'm still thinking it looks more like chocolate then lipstick! Makes me wonder why she thought it needed to go ALL over the face and not just around the mouth ;o)

Michelle July 8, 2010 at 9:33 AM  

Oh my goodness! Time to step away from the computer! :) LOL What a little stinker she is.

Rita/Fighting Off Frumpy July 8, 2010 at 10:06 AM  

OMG! That looks like something I'd find at my house. I have had some monumental messes made behind my back while I was blogging - so I totally sympathize!

middle child July 8, 2010 at 10:49 AM  

OK. Do what I did with my grandkids. We'd do "face painting". But with a twist. I'd get out my make-up and let them do up their faces as they saw fit. Black eyeliner was good for writing words and they had great fun pushing each other in a quest for the mirror. Then, I'd send them jome to mommy cuz you know they wanted to show mom their creativity. With this, you explain that this is something allowed ONLY when mommy says so. Ps. 3 grandkids, two oldest were boys.

Rose July 8, 2010 at 11:30 AM  

children can give us a free comedy time.

Bethany@ImperfectMom July 8, 2010 at 12:15 PM  

LOL! My son got into my lipstick once when he was a baby-he knew exactly where to put it, too. He's mortified by that picture now.

Cheryl D. July 8, 2010 at 12:19 PM  

Oh no! You're going to have a very happy Mary Kay lady when you have to get back to buy 10 new lipsticks.

Marlene July 8, 2010 at 12:49 PM  

Whew.....when I read the title of this bloggy post, I thought you were gonna say she had gotten into the doggy doo-doo. Thank God it was just your expensive make-up. ;)

Nicole July 8, 2010 at 1:36 PM  

it's not funny but it is. One day you'll look back on this and laugh... until then take lots of blackmail pictures!

Rose July 8, 2010 at 3:55 PM  

just had to say that barbie coloring books is great. the only problem if i did this, i color out of the lines.have a good evening.

K9friend July 8, 2010 at 5:42 PM  

Oh the life of a mom. At least your daughter is playing with makeup and not anything scarey...like the computer!
Thanks for visiting Critter Alley. I think I'm gonna enjoy reading your blog!

Pat
www.critteralley.blogspot.com

Leanne July 8, 2010 at 8:57 PM  

AHHHHH!!!! Michelle - this is PRICELESS! I was so worried for you while reading . . . but have to say I actually was relieved to find it was only lipstick. LOL!!! You are FUNNY!!! (And CONGRATS on your award! you deserve it!!)

Sandra July 9, 2010 at 10:42 PM  

Ok, you need to lay off the blog hopping and go save your makeup! Although, nothing beats a good blog post when we have valuable blog fodder such as the pics you posted...so I'm torn...save the makeup or exploit family for cheap laughs from blog fans...?...hmmmm...well, not my decision to make! Love you, love your blog!

Ruth July 11, 2010 at 11:31 AM  

oh my gosh... look at that little one!!
i always keep my make ups high above kids reach after i had a similar incident... my friends daughter did that to me once..:)
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