little miss trouble.

I thought it was too quiet in here…

Me: “Katie… where’s your sister? Is she with you?”
Katie: “Noooo…”
Me: “Do you see her? Is she in the living room?”
Katie: “Yes! [huge GASP!]”

She looks a little remorseful about it, I think. (She was trying to put some tissues back in to the box):

Behind her is the basket full of bibs that she also decided to dump on the floor before she pulled out all the tissues…

Oh. my. word. LOL! This one is so deceptive. She’s so sweet, gentle and quiet. She earns your trust and you think all is well—then the next thing you know, she’s climbing on top of the furniture and making a mess! None of my kids has ever really been the kind to get in to trouble. Looks like I need to keep an eye on this one! 😉

8 Responses to “little miss trouble.”

  1. Lynn Says:

    Hah! That is so funny! Glad it wasn’t anything that would leave permanent damage 🙂

  2. Heather T. Says:

    *giggles* Whoops!!

  3. Kate Says:

    Hehe, CUTE!! (You make babies with gorgeous eyes BTW). We’ve had this particular tissue emergency at our house a few times now, apparently it is much fun. Sometimes I’m tempted to encourage it when I’m feeling frazzled – cheap entertainment (especially when part of the game is then putting each one in the bin). Obviously not really eco friendly entertainment, but still!

  4. Sinead Says:

    My Molly and your Penny would be big trouble! Molly’s favorite thing to do is pull every single wipe out of the box! I used to keep them on the back of the couch, but she can climb up there now. She’s super duper sweet, but there’s a streak of trouble in her, too! 😉

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  6. Julie Says:

    I remember when my older daughter did this… it was sort of the same expression, although just before she saw me she was having a WONDERFUL time!

  7. Heather Prins Says:

    hee hee hee

  8. Erika Martin Says:

    It’s the “second girl syndrome.” That was me when I was little. 🙂 And Girly is just a mini-me!

    Penny looks so much like her brother!

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