Week #11 Saturday Top Five Laughs – Join the Blog Hop!

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Once more we have joined The Mommyhood Chronicles for Week #11 – for us – in the Saturday Top Five Laughs of the week.

5. Our oldest daughter asked our Amelia Bedilia to quiz her on some of her school work. Well, Amelia Bedilia could not read her sister’s handwriting so she improvised, substituting it with mumbo jumbo. The problem? Her older sister could not understand what she was saying and was of no help in the quizzing process. Oh dear Amelia Bedilia, we love you because you make us laugh!

4. This photo doesn’t do the newspaper justice Amelia Bedilia style of bagging but it gives you an idea of what it should look like and shouldn’t look like. I can’t remember what happened or how but Amelia Bedilia, B and I just cracked up on Wednesday over Amelia’s bagging style. Thankfully she saw the humor in it too.

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3. We found “Luigi” a gift from Italy in our big bag of oats and our three year old throwing pennies at him/it.

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2. This morning Miss Moo broke out of her stall and plowed down my husband’s wall of hay he built to reduce the cold and wind. Naughty little cow!

1. We had a little girl in our home who claimed she couldn’t find her school work all week. Guess where her brother found it this morning? In the laundry basket. Still not sure how it got there and no one is fessing up to anything!

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12 comments

  1. Mellisa says:

    LOL, the homework situation sounds like something that would happen at my house.

  2. Stefanie says:

    I remember seeing those Pinocchio ornaments in Italy this summer. They were really big in Pisa.

  3. Colleen says:

    LOL I’ve always loved Amelia Bedilia

  4. Mickey says:

    Things go missing in our house daily. It’s often the work of our three-year-old. :)

  5. Robin Gagnon says:

    Italian gifts in oats… now that is neat

  6. lol so funny. School work does disappear from time to time

  7. Angela says:

    Hmmm… I wonder how that homework found it’s way into the laundry basket? Silly kids!

  8. Jennifer H says:

    #3 is cute!! I find hidden toys in all sorts of places.

  9. Tonya says:

    My kids used to normally misplace their schoolwork, but I don’t think we ever found it in the laundry. Pretty original. :)

  10. Our almost 12 year old son finally put the oats in a 45 lb or 5 gallon bucket to reduce the spillage and 3 year old getting into them or putting thing into them!

  11. Is it normal to receive a gift in Italian oats?

  12. Theresa says:

    Crystal, no the gift from Italy is not normally found in the oats. :) I believe our oats are American grown. Luigi is the only thing from Italy in the photo.

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