Sunday, October 22, 2006

Fun with Dad

You may have seen this photo before. It is titled, “Why men shouldn’t baby-sit”.


Here is my rendition.........

I chose the title, “What can happen when dad is left with the kids for too long.”


After five days and much scrubbing Blake’s hair still had a greenish hue. And although Skyler’s hair doesn’t look too bad, pink specks remained at the roots for days making it look like she had lice. Nice!

11 comments:

Lily said...

I think they are precious! Just a little excited about dressing up for Halloween...

Beth said...

Too funny. What did he use? They (thankfully) make stuff here now which washes right out.

My kids like to make their hair blue for spirit day at school.

bethany said...

that's awesome... love it!

karenkool said...

Well, they are adorable!

Kyle and Amy said...

Would it really be possible for us to come and visit? Is there a good time in November for you? We would love to see you! (Well, and to be honest, see a city again, too!) Thanks!

Kyle said...

The end of November would be great. No plans for T-day. You? Would that be a good time? Hate to impose... Just let us know. We are thinking like a Wednesday to Sunday or something. THANKS!

gaylafriend said...

still gorgeous!

rae said...

lol. and yet they are still GORGEOUS just like their mama and dad!

bethany said...

i just found your blog and added it to my favorites! its nice to keep up with you guys again!! hugs to your beautiful family... :)

Anonymous said...

Love it! It could be worse! My kids cut their own hair last Sunday evening. Luckily Grace's cut frocks are on the underneath of her hair so if her hair is down you don't know it. Will somehow got missed (could it be he was doing the cutting?) and Ethan's hair was so shaggy and in need in of a cut anyway that other than the crooked bangs it's not noticable at first glance. What a night that was!

Anonymous said...

Boy am I behind on your blogs. I'm first seeing them all today. What did they put on their hair? Good thing Grandma Millie wasn't there hey.
Mom