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post #91 of 99
Wow!! I feel lucky not to have had any "incidents" at my house. We have a little one who is just about to turn 2 and she's my little terror. She loves to explore and touch everything. I run around after her all day long.

SusieMcG, I noticed you live in Bear, DE...I have an aunt that lives there, we were just there a few weeks ago. I also have family in New Castle and Hockessin.

We are looking to move there because of property taxes, jsut wondering how you like Bear and the schools, etc. I know this is totally off your topic but I'm very interested to hear your opinion, so if you want PM me. Also, Delaware allows you to have a home bakery, do you know anything about that?

Alex
post #92 of 99
OMG! thats horrible! amusing also. did you try using colorsafe bleach and a scrub brush, the brush can get in between the pieces of carpet
post #93 of 99
That is too cute. Something my 2 year old would do for sure. My seven year old is guilty of taking the icing bag and squirting it onto her finger and eating it. She thinks I don't know but for some reason her fingers are colored. icon_confused.gif
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post #94 of 99
Those pictures will be precious forever, long after the carpet has been replaced, but I fill your pain. Just to share, The first wilton cake I did for the class was a panda character cake, it contained copious amounts of very black icing. Being new to decorating, I colored it black and did not start with chocolate. My son, at the time was still in diapers, he ate more than his share of the cake and the next day, when he had a yucky diaper, I found, that the dye had stained his ENTIRE diaper area PURPLE!!!! I laughed my a*# off. My older kids and I will remember the panda cake forever. That was a hard one to explain.
post #95 of 99
use oxyclean in the steam cleaner, dont dilute much, use alot, you'll need it..lol
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post #96 of 99
Oh My God! I would have passed out if I saw that in my living room...
post #97 of 99
He is too adorable! After all the cleaning (and may be not yet but soon) you will think of it with fondness.
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post #98 of 99
Oh bless him........He looks as though he really enjoyed it !!
post #99 of 99
TOOOO FUNNY! I use something called Tuff Stuff and it's a dream. Also you could try some goo gone. As a last resort since the carpet is light, try some bleach. All it can do is ruin it....which it already seems to be. Reason # 1 I have no carpet....KIDS!!!!
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