1. Enroll him in law school. 2. Sit back.3. Live off his large paycheck.
All girls' rooms are like that too. I have evidence to support that fact.
Oh great. I'll probably have three boys sharing one room in a little while. How is that room gonna look?Great pics!
He's probably right!BTW - hope we get to meet eventually now that you're back in TO!
He's right. But he still needs to clean his room.What a beautiful picture.
Your boys are so handsome. How could you say no to faces like that?
I love the photos. He's probably right, and it goes for girls to-I have my daughter clean her room everyday and it still usually looks like a tornado went through.
Judging from my son's room, he is totally right.Heh.
Are he and BubTar somehow related?
Yep, all boys' rooms look like that and the only reason they don't look worse is because all moms tell boys to clean up! Otherwise there really would be things living under the bed.
and he is right!!!!
Well, I'm not sure you can argue with that.
Great photos! I love that your boys love each other... it gives me hope that mine will continue to, also. I have one boy that has a perfectly clean room and one that is perfectly messy. And no matter how many times I try to organize his toys, they refrain from staying that way. Oh well.(BTW: we know flavors ~ had an u/s today. i can't blog about it ~ if you wanna know, email me) :)
As do all 15-year-old girls rooms...sigh.
Truer words were never spoken.
Trust him - he knows!!!
Awww, that picture; they are SO hanbdsome. And that older one is pretty slick and smooth, too :)! I've gotta hand it to you for not succumbing to the "I've turned into my mother" retort of "you aren't ALL boys, you're MY boy, and your room will be clean!" HAHAHAHA!
Handsome is what they are! That other word, if it's good, they can be that, too. Great typist, here!
And darn it but....he's right!
Ha! But did you make him tidy it anyway?
Perfect! Smart boy.Unfortunately for me, my boys neighbour friends have come over and told my boys that their rooms were so messy. And then gone home and told their mom how messy our place was. Nice.
We have one of those rooms at our house, too.Great pictures!
Children have an entirely different concept about the definition of "clean!"
It's true - trust me - I know - HA!Cute boys, Heidi! Hope they are enjoying their friends and being home!Take care - Kellan
"this room is a pig sty"...aaah...our mothers' words coming out is quite scary, isn't it?!?!I asked Issei the other day if he wasn't embarrassed when his friends came over and went into his room....his response..."Mom...they don't care."~~sigh~~debbie....getting the courage to go in that room and clean out the monster fuzz bunnies and "whatever else" that has taken up residence there!!!
Ugh. He may just have a point? What was your comeback? I need to take notes . . .
Well that didn't take him long to all settled in!
Toooo funny!I am glad you are glad to be back!
It is also a fact that when boys come over the room will only get messier. I've stopped making the boys clean their room BEFORE friends come over just for that reason. =)
you have to admit. he does know.
Yes, but what about the girl's rooms? Say it ain't so.....
Crap. He's right.At least according to my 8 year old boy, he's right.
He does have a point, you know. His buddies might feel decidedly uncomfortable in a tidy, fresh-smelling room, and no one wants that.
Those boys are HEARTBREAKERS!
Aw, I love that first shot especially! Cool wrist warmers in the 2nd shot too!!
Boys!So cute though!
I tagged ya!
If only I could use this excuse, but alas I am an over 40 year old lady.Heya Heidi - sorry I have been round to visit for awhile!
wow he looks like you
Has he been speaking to my boys?
Your boys look great. :)
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