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post #31 of 66
i call my niece (2 y.o) the buttercream bandit. she will eat the entire buttercream border

i can literally walk in put the cake on the table, put my bag down and the border will be gone.

when i go to visit her, even if im empty handed she just keeps saying "cake"
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post #32 of 66
I would just be thanking my lucky stars that it was a practice cake and not some three tiered wedding cake! icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

My grandson dug a chunk out of one of mine last month before I iced it. Boy! That buttercream can cover up lots of things! Hope whoever got that piece liked icing real well. icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

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post #33 of 66
if you got bidders...I got 2 of the same kind!! not 2...they'll be 3 in Sept! thumbs_up.gif

icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif umm do you know how many times a day I want to post this thread???? Ive started it many times....but then realized no one would take me serious....I really need someone serious icon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
post #34 of 66
I will gladly take that little 2 yr old...IF you take my 18 yr old!! icon_twisted.gif Yep...that's right...a complete even trade. No bartering, no refunds, no exchanges, no store credit...nothing. icon_lol.gif

You cannot call me that nite, wailing and screaming and crying saying you want your little orangutan back. She's mine. The 18 yr old has hair just like that, so when you start having 2 yr old withdrawal...just wake him up, refuse to have ANYTHING in the house to eat, tell him you don't have a cow in the backyard to replenish the milk...and you will have your 2 yr old back....articulate, wicked hair, screaming, tantrum throwing 2 yr old. icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

ok.....NOW do you wanna trade?????? icon_wink.gificon_wink.gificon_rolleyes.gifthumbs_up.gif
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post #35 of 66
It's so funny I'm reading this now....I made a cake "just for us" tonight, you know, in a 13x9 glass pan with a lid, nothin' fancy...and as I'm mixing the oh so delicious chocolate syrup frosting to put on top, MY two year old came up and said "Yummy cake, Mamma." I said "Yes, Mamma's makin' a yummy cake for Logan to eat after dinner." And he said, "No, Mamma, cake is yummy NOW!" When I looked over at the table where the cake had been cooling, I see a Logan-sized fistful taken right out of the middle! Oh well, it made a good spot for extra frosting! Thank God for little boys!

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post #36 of 66
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Originally Posted by CourtneysCustomCakes

Spongemomsweatpants--Can I pleasssse use that line. I know I can't live with them and sometimes I want to stick them in the blender.

And all the same I can't live with them, but if I joined them we'd be in a whole heap of trouble.

Thanks for giving me a good laugh, i really needed it.

CCC



lol you bet you can!! I know exactly how you feel!! Oddly enough after reading this thread I had to go and hug both of my little monsters, of course they squirmed and fussed and both said "Mooommmyyy we are trying to play our gaaaammmeee"..lol icon_lol.gif I guess I have just gotten to that point where I just love to tourture them with hugs and sloppy kisses. I think when they get old enough to drive I am going to go out and buy a really hot sports car...and have "Moms car" put on the license plate just to torture them icon_lol.gif They'll NEVER ask me to borrow it icon_wink.gif
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post #37 of 66
Oh my goodness! First of all, your cake is beautiful and I'm sure your little varmint is even more beautiful. I'd take her in a heartbeat but.........

You'd miss out on all the good stories to blackmail her with when she gets older. My son was a varmint too and looked like an angel when he slept. Everyone said you could see little devils dancing behind his eyes but I could never see them. icon_wink.gif

He's almost 20 years old now and we still love to tell stories on him.
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post #38 of 66
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Oh man you all make me laugh! And boy did I need it. I was really sad about that cake.

spongemomsweatpants - oh I got the funniest/worst visual with those eggs and soap everywhere!

I suppose I won't sell her off afterall. I love her so much it hurts, and nothing can replace her or her hugs. And I'd miss the "entertainment" she provides daily. Never a dull day when she is around. icon_biggrin.gif

Though DH did give pause at that million dollar offer! icon_wink.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif

Thought I'd share a peek of her in full post-nap-orangutan mode....
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post #39 of 66
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Originally Posted by cwcopeland

Oh my goodness! First of all, your cake is beautiful and I'm sure your little varmint is even more beautiful. I'd take her in a heartbeat but.........

You'd miss out on all the good stories to blackmail her with when she gets older. My son was a varmint too and looked like an angel when he slept. Everyone said you could see little devils dancing behind his eyes but I could never see them. icon_wink.gif

He's almost 20 years old now and we still love to tell stories on him.



Oh yeah. DH and I already have a nice collection of "blackmail" stories for her. DH cannot wait to tell them! icon_lol.gificon_lol.gificon_lol.gif
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post #40 of 66
She's the most beautiful orangtan I've ever seen!!!

I actually think she's really smart to break into the cake and slash it up with the propeller thing. Maybe she was just trying to cut a piece.
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post #41 of 66
She is so cute! Who could get mad at a face like that with those beautiful eyes? She's really smart - probably used the propeller blades so that she wouldn't leave fingerprints!
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post #42 of 66
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Originally Posted by Shelle_75

It's so funny I'm reading this now....I made a cake "just for us" tonight, you know, in a 13x9 glass pan with a lid, nothin' fancy...and as I'm mixing the oh so delicious chocolate syrup frosting to put on top, MY two year old came up and said "Yummy cake, Mamma." I said "Yes, Mamma's makin' a yummy cake for Logan to eat after dinner." And he said, "No, Mamma, cake is yummy NOW!" When I looked over at the table where the cake had been cooling, I see a Logan-sized fistful taken right out of the middle! Oh well, it made a good spot for extra frosting! Thank God for little boys!

Shelle




Thank God for when little boy's daddies get home from work!!

I caught mine today with a bag of royal icing squirting it straight into his and his cousins mouth. Of course I laughed and proceeded to give his cousin a fake tooth where he recently lost one. They are only little once...I am already sad that he is starting preschool next week, I am prepared to cry because Mama's best friend will be gone all day. I need to get out more often.
post #43 of 66
My darling 2yo son now has a toilet fascination. So far I've fished out clothes, megablocks, 2 spongebobs, a tube of toothpaste, a small book, and one shoe.

It's amazing how one child is so different from another (sibling). Our first one was fairly easy (behavior-wise)...... my younger one is just incredibly stubborn and independent (and hard-headed).

Gotta love 'em.
post #44 of 66
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I feel for you my son know 4 1/2 used to put his fingers into the cakes icon_cry.gif everycake i had it was terrible, but then i started to sit him down and make little rossets on his 10 little fingers as i decorated and finish one area of the cake i told him that he can have one finder fulled of frosting.

ps he learn how to count and know rossets pretty good lol. icon_rolleyes.gif

It's funny know he just watches tv when i tell him that mamy has to do a cake for a lady which means if he is good he will get a treat. Don't we love out sugar bugger/ icon_biggrin.gif

That is why God made mother because we love and forget all about the bad times
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post #45 of 66
This whole thread is so funny as I read I can imagine them all. My 5 year old and three year old boys seem to fight constantly during the day, mostly the three year old...he is so head strong stubborn and is hilarious he is going to be the class clown and my 5 year old is gonna be a lawyer he can debate and negotiate till you wanna pull your hair out...okay gotta go love on them now- there sleeping..lol
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