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Wednesday, 9 August 2017

Silence Is Golden Unless You Have A Child

Let me start by Hahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahaa-ing!






Seems this Holiday is too long for some cos some kids are driving their parents crazy already.....
As big as my kids are,I still scream out their names when everywhere goes quiet and sure enough,they are up to something they shouldnt.....

Like this Father lamented,I cannot wait for schools to start at the end of August..lol
Who else is going through same?Hehehehehehehehehe





Hahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahaha OMG,i cant stop laughing!!!


60 comments:

  1. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. I can relate.
      Being a mum is not easy...... My house girl travelled home n it hasn't been easy.

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    2. I even think that the holiday is too long sef.
      The amount of food and money this children consume during this time is too much.
      They is always somewhere to go, something to do. If you keep them indoors noko, the noise and headache alone will frustrate you.
      School should do and resume. I'm tired of settling fight that they will now come and say I'm supporting only one person.

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    3. I can relate oh. Got to my kids room this morning and almost passed out when i entered the bathroom. Kia my boys used Uribe and poo to design their toilet. Kia na Cain i take wake them.

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    4. Av got 2 children and had 2 of my daughters friends over yesterday and Tuesday for a playdate till their parents closed at work in the evening and oh my God.
      I was very very stressed, not having anyone's child for that long anymore. Not a childminder.

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  2. Honestly if it's me, o will just sit down and be crying




    *Larry was here*

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  3. Must everything be for the internet? Must you put out kids on the internet to make your point? Are you sure you did not bath them in talc to snap these shots?

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    1. Take it easy. Life's not hard.its just for fun haba

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    2. Is that how you unnecessarily pour powder in yours house just to snap and clean the whole house back...you are even aggressive with words children no fit follow your type play ooo@ annoy 13:03

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    3. You need some honey in your life, did someone upset you so much or ure going through depression and need help?
      Take it easy dear, life is sweet.
      Relax abeg.

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    4. U must be daft oh....u think it's easy to clean power from carpet n all? Silence is not golden in my house. If I don't hear their voice I scream their name and most times I have averted some chaotic situation...I have 2 toddlers and they r just a hand full...is it the reporting alone? Then if I just answer hnnnnmmmm they will say mummy why did u say hnnmmmm....

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  4. Look at his innocent face ,lol

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  5. Lol! Kids will always be kids. Just make sure they haven't got anything around that they could hurt themselves with and leave them to their devices. It's part of the fun of parenthood πŸ˜…πŸ˜…

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  6. And the funniest of it all by the time school resumes we start missing them when they are not around.my own baby hasn't started schooling but the hell I go through because of her it's something else.

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  7. poor child, send him to summer lesson pls. thats where other kids are.

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    1. Each day after summer school,they still have time to do their thing,my kids attend summer school and close by 1pm,do you know yesterday I came home to see the chairs in the sitting room colored with different types of crayons,I screamed who did this?Guess the response I got,not me oo,not me oo,I quickly reminded them of the hidden camera watching all their moves before my little daughter started smiling.

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    2. Your daughter just made me smile πŸ˜‚πŸ˜ @Just Glamour.

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  8. Hahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahaha...every one i know is can't wait for schools to resume including my self

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  9. The teachers are really trying amidst of many children in a class, talk less of one child with millions of hahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahahaha.

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  10. Thankfully,I have sort of passed this stageπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

    But I'd rather clean up this mess than play Kotuma this holidayπŸ™„

    During prayers a couple of nights ago,I asked God for Solomonic wisdom and I bet they knew why I asked that. I needed it to settle their arguments and their court cases.

    And as I tucked them in moments later,They were still chuckling. And when I got to my mischievous second daughter,I gave her a kiss and as I made to turn away,She told me "I love you too Mommy Solomon!"

    I just turned out the lights and re-considered wanting another child🀣

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    1. LMAO 😁 mummy Solomon
      We can't help but love ❤ them like that

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    2. No b small mumi Solomon. Kids are so cute and angelic

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    3. Heheeehehehee.. mommy Solomon πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚.

      Chai Stella Don't​ let me remember my thunderous stay in Abj. Oh boy eh!

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    4. Your life is a fairytale. ..your kids are really cute I must say! Mummy Solomon. .hehehe

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    5. But why are second born like that? Eenh??? Just why??

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    6. Hahahahahahah πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…πŸ˜πŸ˜…πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…πŸ˜€.

      Mummy solo abeg send me my rice recipe ooo πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜‚πŸ˜…πŸ˜πŸ˜…

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    7. Awwww Thanks A lot Russian Roulette!
      You are far too kind!
      It's actually not as it seems.But I try not to not focus on the negatives and try to create a fairy tale for me and mine😍
      Thanks once more!

      @ Amanda and Sherikoko we can't help but love them my dears😍

      @AGELESS T,yours like that too?😳
      I hear that about second kids but I don't want to believe if. At least for my sanity 🀣

      @ Chy Baibe,Nne m,Kedu Ije? I kept asking u for which of the recipes u want but got no answer. I hope u get to see this. Or,better still,u know how to reach meπŸ˜‰
      Ina egoliπŸ˜‚


      Queen Queen! Where are you by the way? I miss u ooo!😍😍😍

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    8. Lol@ "at least for my sanity".

      Mine is a male, and sometimes I wonder if his genes are the same with ours in the house. Even my younger sister once said she's eager to know the man he will become. Honestly laziness will not permit me to start typing what he does. I won't even attempt it, nah!

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  11. Hahaha....very funny can't stop laughing either, it has been trending on Facebook since yesterday. On my own path I can't wait for school to resume oh

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  12. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ dude is helping out.

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  13. Stella I can relate with this!πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€.My son went to our shoe closet,parked all the shoes and dipped them into the available bucket filled with water! No be small thing too I was freekly mad that day but,its all good though.Parentshood no easy too.

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  14. LMAO 😁
    Kids eeh....
    Thank GOD for holidays classes,if not eeh....
    Disney junior,nickelodeon and jim jam be helping us too
    Kudos to my fellow mums

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    1. My dear, I just abandoned my TV for them. I kukuma no be TV person before. Even the one in my room, na dust dey there.

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    2. TV doesn't do much for my kids these days.
      It's plenty reading( I enforce it sometimes but they also love reading) And then the Almighty internet!πŸ™„

      Thankfully they have their diefferent devices so it's majorly peaceful. If not they would have Turned into a cranky unwilling time keeper☹️

      AGELESS,coman carry mineπŸ˜‚I walked into the sitting room and no one is there but the TV is on.Back to my room. Come join me and eat moi-moi😘 You and Amanda.

      @Amanda don't gloat yet. A day wil come when they won't like all thoseπŸ˜‚

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    3. Yaaay!!! I can smell the moi-moi already...thanks darl.

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    4. Chai, sorry

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    5. My nephew was all of these and more... Him use powder scatter house and destroyed everything that came his way, really wanted to see the man he was going to become... But death took him from us... Continue to RIP my love...

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  15. kids can do annoying things but they are lovely, cant stop laughing

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  16. The young man was crying probably from daddy's shouting. Teachers really need to be commended

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    1. My 5yr old will say...see him crying yeye cry.

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  17. Nawa ppl o are just lifting d pic of this young lad without giving credit to d original poster... Isiorait silence no golden rara rara

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  18. Please enjoy this time with them. They grow so fast; before you know it they are in secondary school, then university and are out of your home. I miss those noisy days mine are in school

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  19. When you don't hear any noise from my nephew, just go to the water dispenser. My niece will use your make up on the room wall and be laughing when you frown.

    Only 3 days they spent in Lagos before they travelled with my mum for summer, I almost fainted.

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  20. To be frank, whose idea was it for kids to go on long holidays? Enh??? Just who?

    Why can't school run everyday???

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  21. Stella I tell you! This holiday is crazy men, even with the summer class and music class they attend it doesn't help at all, as soon as they are back they resume their normal business this holiday should come to am end already gosh! Am tired.

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  22. Hahahaha,look at his innocent face, LMAO

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  23. hahahahaha there is nothing one can do about them ooo. You just need to continue loving them

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  24. Mine is still chilling in the oven and so am enjoying my last phase of peace and tranquility. #count down #

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  25. Mine turned my pots and spoons to his drum set and he keeps telling me to dance and sing now!
    So cute blessings from God

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  26. If don't hear my girls noise then they will be in my wardrobe changing into my clothes look for match glasses and wig and shoes stand in front of my dressing mirror applying makeup, hmmmm just wish the holiday will be over already can't die on top shouting!

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  27. Awww,these comments up there.cant wait to be a mummy,(let me be a wife first)so help me God.

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  28. Anon 21:21 abi o.one step at a time.

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  29. Awwww! The sweetheart in the pix looks so cute, I'm just cracking up with laughter here. This is so typical of toddlers. Then he'll be there crying, wondering why u'r scolding him. 'Jst feel like giving him a big hug!

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  30. See him looking like what did I do na? My twin toddlers have redesigned my wall....me wet like to do guy and hate people house make e dirty, if u see my wall now eh...Kai..the reporting and reporting nko? One even told me recently mummy why are u shouting? Lol...I just look am say I no blame you....am even tired of hearing the name Barney in my house sef..it's either their Barney videos or it's their iPad and Elmo on Sesame Street podcast.....in all I just thank God cos I waited 9 years to have them

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  31. What's the big deal in cleaning powder? U shd be grateful if that's the only assignment the kids give u.

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