Once upon a time,
I had three young children.
As any mother with multiple young children knows, there are always
moments that while Mom is busy with one of her babies another will be busy
getting into trouble.
My trio were no exception.
There was one memorable day when my son, who was about four years
old, managed to lock himself in the upstairs main bathroom.
Trying to teach
a four year old how to unlock a door by yelling through a locked door is tricky. But, after
a few minutes we managed and he was free.
adventure, I had left my youngest daughter in the downstairs
play/family room. She was gated in and couldn’t escape but what I didn't know was that I had put my purse down in the playroom too.
As soon as my
son was free and comforted, I headed back downstairs to check on my youngest and looked into
the room to see my purse contents strewn on the floor and my baby
smiling angelically up at me, covered in a sticky red substance.
Blood? My heart literally stopped.
But, as I jumped the gate and picked her up, I quickly realized that she was smiling
and proudly showing me her hands. She wasn't covered in blood at all, she was covered in lipstick.
Two in fact, two brand new red and pink lipsticks that had been taken from my
purse and then smooshed up.
The best thing about this mess being made by a third child was that I was
now experienced enough to laugh at her and to take a picture of the mess before I threw her in the
So, I give you Exhibit A:
What you can't see from this picture was where these hands had
been before I had found her.
Yeah, I had little lipstick handprints through the entire
playroom. On every toy. On every window pane. On every wall.
And lipstick? It's
greasy stuff that's not that easy to clean off walls, toys or baby hands.
So tell me, what do your kids get their hands into?
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Oh, and after you enter, please come back here and let me know in the comments section that you have so I can vote for you!
“Disclosure: I am part of the Lysol®
Healthy Families Ambassador Program by Mom Central. I received compensation as
part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog
are my own.”