Welcome to the June 20, 2008 edition of family funnies, which IÂ thank all ofÂ theÂ participants who had a cute and/or funny post about families for submitting. Enjoy these bits and piecesÂ of family life that will makeÂ you smile andÂ say, “Next time IÂ should submit my story to the July 2008 Family Funnies!” OrÂ something likeÂ that. Anyway,Â readÂ and enjoy.
Toni Patton presents Mom, How Italian Am I???? posted at thekiddieclique.com, saying, “No matter what day it is there is always something that makes me laugh.” I agree. (Most days, there are just as many things that make me want to scream but let’ s focus on the positive.)
Mother Hen presents Ship Full Oâ€™ Pirates Â» Blog Archive Â» Man Over-Bored! posted at Mother Hen. Remember when you spent a fortune on a gift for a child only to find them happily playing with the box it came in? Yes, this will bring it all back…
Janine Fleming presents Excitement boiling over, or rather, spilling out posted at christianparenting. Remember how much you loved having your child’s birthday party? They’ll remember this one for a while.
axel presents Playing Is Happiness posted at axel g. Here’s some advice for when you have time for this activity. That will be when your kids are all grown and you are in the home waiting for your jello.
Stacey Hoffer Weckstein presents It’s Not About the Cupcakes posted at createabalance.com, saying, “CreateaBalance.com is dedicated to helping you balance the demands of being everything to everyone while not losing yourself, your needs, and your passions in the process.” – I say, “Oh, really?”
Susan Lutz presents Iâ€™ve got a new show on the cooking channelâ€¦almost posted at MotherJungle, saying, “Even as a gourmet chef, I can’t seem to get my kids to like anything without sugar on it.” – That’s good to know. Too bad that applies to me too.
Tony Chen presents “Nicky’s stuck to Regent Street” posted at Savvy Daddy, saying, “Yup, this doesn’t just happen in the movies. Here’s a true story about a young boy licking a frozen pole in the middle of winter.” This reminds me of the little boy in that movie “A Christmas Story.” – Very cute.
Allen in Fort Worth presents Lies We Tell Our Children posted at The Whited Sepulchre, saying, “I hope you get a kick out of this story. Warning: It doesn’t end well.” – I did get a kick and you will too.
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