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Tuesday, April 28, 2020

Silence Is Golden Unless You Have Kids...

Imagine you doze off and wake up to find this?.......Some kids can drive their parents crazy!!






Silence is golden in a home but if your very noisy kids are quiet,you just might find them in this situation or doing something even worse...

I been there ...
We have had a lot of posts on the silence is golden scenario and i always talk about walking into my young son trying to shave when he did not have any hair on his face......or is it when he tried to cut of his curly hair that i am crazy about?or is using up all my eye shadow on a white wall?

Do you have any silence is golden stories?

47 comments:

  1. AaaahhhπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. Sorry but I don't find this funny! Kids will be kids but this is too much. These ones re destructive and wasteful.

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    2. Sorry I had to laugh🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    3. So typical of my nieces and nephew. My dear once they are quiet, check up on them o. Unless they are sleeping.

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  2. Stella kids can be funny at times,but we thank God for them

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    1. They can drive you crazy and almost make you unleash the anger in you, but we thank God for control.
      I love love kids.

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  3. Well my kids do crazy things sometimes,but not this up there.
    I see those kids up there as been spoilt kids.
    No upbringing.

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    1. Madam upbringing, those kids up there are innocent toddlers, we should try as much as possible to keep valuables away from their reach, you don't call them spoilt, that is a very wrong thing to say, with the way you write I doubt you can raise good kids, make sure you correct your written english before typing trash.

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    2. Sometimes it's not about upbringing o,some children are crazy and they will want to bring anything to life in their heads.

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    3. They dont have any fear of the parents. My kids never try this. Infact I dont have any silence, cos the other one will rat one out. What rubbish!

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    4. Jada hot just keep quiet.u must not menstruate under my comment.
      Where should one keep yoghurt from a kid of 3.
      They did not drink it.
      They poured more than ten into a bowl.just go and sit down.
      They are used to doing things and getting away with it.
      Go and troll yourself not me.

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    5. upbringing ko,downbringing ni.Pray they don't get their tiny fingers on the keys to your pantry.

      It's a creamy bath yo,kids be flexing.
      If it's LO and BEHOLD,when I drag their ears and tell them I'm putting them up for sale on Jumia.com,they get very excited and ask how much I'm selling them.Kai

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  4. The kids need to treat their skin to a milk bath please. All these talk about covid, lockdown, no playdate, no birthday parties, no school... it is getting to them and stressing them up πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    1. Hahahahaha they really need a milk bath abeg coro matter Don stress them

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    2. Milk bath ne? Oh my God thanks for this post,you are all cracking my ribs with your comments,and those lovely kids will feel so heavenly in that bowl catching fun, I wish I could have a milk bath tooπŸ˜‚πŸ€£

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  5. My son when he was 1 smashed my sony smart tv which I have only had for 6 months.

    I just noticed that he ran towards me so i looked up and i was looking at 2 diff screens on one tv. I was weak straight away infact shocked. Awoooooo I nearly cried because the TV was a gift from my mum.

    I rang argos they should come and pick up their tv it stopped working and I even tweeted them join. Lucky for me he smashed it internally not on the outside. Argos came to get the tv and dropped off a new and bigger Samsung smart tv for free. The sony was out of stock.

    Don't try this at home but thank God it worked for me

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  6. I will put d water in d fridge wen it’s time for cereal or tea... there u go babies drink as much milk as u want

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    1. 🀣🀣🀣🀣bad momma

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    2. Really? Don't forget to sign a cheque for the Family Doctor (in advance)incase you are not around when they will be rushed to the hospital.
      Phew!

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  7. I thank God my son never gave me all these kind of stressful episodes. The worst he did was break eggs thinking it was ball,he got a spank and never tried it again. Children are cute yes but I don't like the stress some of them come with. I just hope my husband agrees to adopting a grown baby. I dont like the pain of child birth and i don't want to subject myself to it again.

    ■Lape.

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  8. My own is that my 4 year old told her dad that he sleeps like Peppa pig( a cartoon character).. she automatically nicknamed him daddy pig...

    Husbandman was angry and embarrassed at first and he came to ask me if it's true .. me I told him it's not from my mouth that he'll get a confirmation that he should go and watch the cartoon to see how the pig sleeps...

    Husbandman has left work that he's working and is glued to the TV waiting for when the cartoon will start so that he can watch "himself" on TV..

    Me I'm going about my normal activities waiting for kasala to burst cos this house will no longer be peaceful when he finally sees what he's looking for😁😁

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    1. Na wa o! Watch 'himself' on TV got me.

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    2. Hahahaha. That's how my 4 year old called her uncle 'local man'.

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    3. I can't control my laughter,so what really happened after? I love all the comments on this post and I love those kids in that picture, maybe because I am naturally full of mischief

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    4. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚ He even came to ask you. Kai children.

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  9. Mummy I want milk and milk - them.
    Ok, use you cup and scope from the basin - me.
    😳😳😳- them.
    😏😏😏 - me.

    Too much talk no de am Abeg.

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  10. πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜…πŸ˜… honestly kids can make you go Gaga sometimes but still they are the most loving souls to be with,pure and innocent

    If they disturb,we complain much,but once they are ill,you wish for them to be better and be disturbing you!

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  11. My 2 year old beheaded a statue that is 3 years older than her and became quiet. I came to the sitting room and she started complaining of leg pain. As I bent to inspect the leg, I saw my beloved headless statue on the floor.
    Let me not even talk about how they messed up my cream or how this same 2 year old spoilt her bicycle's side mirror.
    What about the time they wasted my detergent all in the name of wanting to wash their cloth.

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  12. Kids can do something crazy and funny at the same time. This pic, their parents get money. See cartons of yoghurt ee

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  13. Jesu πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€πŸ˜€

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  14. Na so. My kid sister once used up all the haircream in tje house as cream, she broke my perfume once too trying to use it. I almost killed her then, but again she was just 6. How time flies. Lol

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  15. Once we don't see my boy around, we all get panicked.

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  16. When my son was 2,he took his elder sibling colours to draw long lines on the sitting room walls,oh my goodness,it was not funny,to think that, i am always careful in putting it away after use,he then graduated to using markers,he was a handfull,had to hide everything.
    He is 4 now,guy knows that there are consequences for naughtiness 😁😁😁😁.
    His elder sibling was twice a hand full.

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  17. My sister told me her neighbors child used blade to tear their sitting room chairs. I just wondered why the child could get hold of a sharp object, told her to tell the woman to take heart and be very careful if not 🚢🚢🚢🚢🚢

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  18. This children will not give someone hypertension this period

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  19. I don't want to talk about it, make I no start to cry. My boy is too hyperactive
    He is everywhere
    The most annoying thing is that he picks anything and put in his mouth
    So I spend all day monitoring him, I can't even take a nap when I like
    He also climb any High area in the house and doesn't allow any other person to carry him except his dad
    He no dey take eye see water o
    Na full time job I dey so

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  20. I'm even tired of shouting at my nephew.

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  21. My 3year old nephew emptied his cough syrup .Haaa dude was high on tramadolπŸ˜„πŸ˜„We just noticed he was too hyper ..climbing windows ,trying to climb the chair and act like he wanted to fly into the tv ..Hanhan I just heard my sis scream who drank chisom's cough syrup ...That was when it clicked πŸ˜„πŸ˜„πŸ˜„This boy don high ...Hospital straight ..thank God he survived .kids are a handful true

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    1. Pls keep all medicines away from children's reach

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  22. More stories please I am enjoying them, it's just like I am watching comic skits

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  23. The hyperactive little children story is better wat about the teenagers in my house a boy and a girl always on each others throat breaking all the breakables in the war zone. I will have no choice than to be vigilant for them not to wound another, no jokes at all.we have counsel tire , the boy is a no nonsense guy while the girl is a parrot.

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