Saturday, March 21, 2009

He Likes to Move It, Move It

Mama's gonna lose it...

Can you say LAUNDRY?




What can I say? He knows how to have fun.

BEFORE


AFTER


For a good time, call 1-800- ITTY-MUD
(yes, Mama's looking forward to spring flowers!)

10 comments:

Pam D said...

You KNOW I love it!!! Boys were meant to play in the mud (and girls were, too, but we just keep buying into all the girly girl stuff...). But I know too darn many boys who don't want to get dirty--what is UP with that? I say just get rubber boots (yep.. you got 'em) and shop the clearance section for really, really cheap clothes (or, just let them finish trashing the stuff they've outgrown and already got a little dirty). Teach them to put on their "mud clothes" and let 'er rip! IB will always be grateful that he had a mommy who let him play in the mud (along with so many other reasons....). Really.. if I don't move to the northwest, could you move south? hee hee....

He And Me + 3 said...

My kids love to do that...I have some old pics of Stunt Man playing in the muddy puddles....I love them. Such boys. So cute!

Elaine at Matters of the Heart) said...

My little guy is the same. Anything with dirt or mud on or in it, he is there. We have the same boots, too cute...

Can't wait for Tuesday, love the button.

Shanda said...

I think mud just calls out to children! What a fun day for him!

Kelli said...

My boys love to play in the mud!! Looks like he was having blast!

Kameron said...

I need to go get the boy some rain boots, ASAP!

Lisa said...

Looks like he had a blast! LOVE the boots! Get ready to "Shout" it out!

Following Him said...

I still love to move it, move it through the very wet mud too :) At least he is exploring :)
~Elyse~

Killlashandra said...

Why yes, I can say I've been there and done that and we don't even get the rain for the mud, just irrigation water. ;)

Stacy said...

Oh, yes...spring is the worst for laundry. Once they stain up the clothes I just make them wear those everytime they go outside. I remember when Anya was at daycare when she was crawling in the spring. A little before she was one. They would let her crawl outside. As you can imagine I was not happy with the state of her clothes, so I just left some jeans I didn't care too much for and told them to change her before they let her crawl outside so less clothes would be ruined. Those kids sure know how to ruin clothes! ;)