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  1. I am laughing out loud at the thought of your wee one giving away all of mum's nasty little secrets, even if they are imagined little dirty secrets! I have a friend whose young grandaughter had to write a short paper in class about New Year's Resolutions. One of her resolutions was that "Mommy doesn't do drugs anymore." Oh my. Mommy DOES NOT do drugs. Oh, let me tell you, did we laugh about that one, even though poor mummy had a LOT of 'splaining to do. LOL!

  2. Oh, you know he tells it all. My horror story includes the day Gerred's second grade teacher (a little prim minister's wife) came to me with a brown paper bag and a frown. "I wanted you to see what your son has brought to school today." I was not imagining the best but… oh, nothing like what appeared out of the sack. He had little tampon inserters which he had GOD FORBID! stolen from the trash can." She informed me he was sharing them as rocket thrusters with his friends…. Apalled beyond speech, I confronted him at home… "But Mommy, I washed them all off!" he screamed.. I still can't say any of this without feeling he should be hauled off to family services and me left to muddle with my own poor mothering habits…
    Love you, Alison! and dear little Finley…

  3. I hope you are writing all of these Finley Funnies down on paper to embarrass him when he's in high school.
    By the way, can you get me a room in rehabe if you're considering going? I'd love to be your roomie and I have a feeling I'd have a good experience there too. LOL

  4. I know it's a worry about what your little one might say at school (and you're probably best off not knowing what he does indeed say), but your little story made me laugh out loud. Finley's little "words of wisdom" are always so amusing.

  5. Oh, that son of yours is a little heart breaker in the making.
    Nursery school teachers hear it ALL. I always try to find one to sit next to at a party.
    My son once told his teacher that he couldn't do his homework because we were so poor that we all had to work all of the time, and, well, there just wasn't time for things like homework. Shockingly, she BELIEVED him. His sister set the teacher straight by saying simply, 'He lies.'

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