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Saturday, April 03, 2021

Saturday In House Gists - Silence Is Golden Unless You Have A Child

 Silence is golden at home, if you do not have a child at home...

You just close your eyes and enjoy the quiet.

If you have a child and close your eyes to enjoy the quiet, you open them to find dramatic scenes like this in the photo...



My Bambinos are Teenagers now and the stress is worse but when they were little kids ,OMG I dare not leave them alone, I DARE NOT!

I will never forget when I closed my eyes to relax and was suddenly hit by the quiet around the house. I rushed out to look for the Bambinos and found one of them barbing his curly hair and the other one shaving... I SCREAMED!


Another time , I found them bathed in white powder..

Another time, pages of lots of books pulled out and torn..

Another time, my wallet opened, all content on the floor and some euro notes torn or squeezed..

I know someone who wanted to kiss her cute baby boy and his mouth was full of shit, LOL!

Got any stories? Lets gist!

69 comments:

  1. Hehehehe

    We will see what this one pulls off.

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  2. πŸ˜²πŸ˜ƒ oh my God, look at his innocent face and tiny legs.

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    1. I came from bathroom only to see my son eating his poo and smiling, is it my makeup...this boy broke everything last month and rubbed his entire body with it.

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  3. I would have loved this but it makes me cry instead. My beloved son has autism. Times I should have enjoyed every bit and milestone, just brings me even closer to tears as I haven't had that moment to see him being silly or growing up just like his peers. Trust me, I really envy parents that have wonderful moments with their children and I always wish, God should have spared me that little moment of joy seeing my child do little silly things that could make me laugh. This month is autism awareness month and I want to use this opportunity to wish every other parent with a child with autism luck as you pull through. Our children are unique and as much as we cry within, we still love them no matter what. God's blessings to all you amazing parents on SDK blog. I pray God grants those seeking for the fruit of the womb healthy children. 😐😐😐😐😐😐😐😐

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    1. God bless you and your beloved son, Xara. πŸ₯ΊπŸ₯Ί

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    2. Awww...God is your strength dear. Just keep loving and praying for son, God is still in the habit of performing miracles.
      Do take care and give kisses to your son for me.

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    3. πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    4. Oh dear
      πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    5. Awwwww Xara dear, God bless you, your child will never be a burden.
      Your child will excel and make you Super proud.

      Well done amazing mum, God bless you.

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    6. Xara your baby is unique and different in a wonderful way, just wait and see the extraordinary things God will use him to do for your Generation.

      God bless him πŸ™πŸ’•πŸ€—

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    7. That means you have your own unique set of milestones to mark. Everyday is a blessing. It is well with you and your prince πŸ™.

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    8. Your baby is special and will give you joy. Don't give up, keep holding on. More grace and strength from God, amen

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    9. God will give you the grace to go through this dear.
      ...sending hugs and love

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    10. It is well with you and lovely charming prince. Stay strong for him. God who knows your heart desire will grant it for you.

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    11. Awwwwwn.. God bless your heart.

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    12. Oh dear! It is well with you and your lil one.πŸ€—

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    13. God bless you Xara and your son. I pray God continues to strengthen you.. Amen

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    14. Strong Mama! God bless you for all you do. Your son will bring you nothing but joy. It is well with u!

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    15. Oh dear. I pray God continues to strengthen youπŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    16. Be thankful Xara. It is well with you and your son. You have something to thank God for

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    17. Be strong Xara, it's well with you

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    18. God Almighty will put a smile on your face and make your joy comeplete

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    19. It is well with you and your son Xara.

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    20. Aww stay strong sister, he is definitely good in something figure that out and you'd enjoy every bid.

      One day I will tell my story stella.
      One day.

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    21. Xara the Pride of a mother is the joy of her baby, you are simply the best mum around and your kid is a very unique child that will always bring joy and happiness into your heart.

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    22. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—

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    23. @Xara, Sending you loads of love πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ€—πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜πŸ˜

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    24. Xara, it is well. God is with you, he will surprise you in a wonderful way. Just hang in there

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  4. Mine was not silence is golden per se ....when my lil girl was about a year and a half , we went to this Angican church , in my country of residence only old people go to these churches. As we were there she kept freeing herself from me, the usher walked up to be and asked me to leave her alone, I left her and we all closed our eyes to pray.
    Lo and behold after prayers what did the congregation open their eyes to? My little girl standing beside the pastor in the pulpit smiling cheerfully and waving at the congregation , ofcourse they waved back and the pastor proceeded to lay hands on her and prayed for her. At the end of service everybody waited to shake hands with her and wished her well.
    That was how my baby turned celebrity for that day. LOl.
    She will turn 4 soon.

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    1. Funny and cute at the same time. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜❤ Children are just the best.

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    2. Babies ehnπŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    3. 🀣🀣🀣🀣

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    4. You don't say!!!πŸ˜„πŸ˜„Baby girl responded to her calling.

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    5. πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

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    6. ❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️❤️ She responded to her calling...

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  5. Stella don't even go there o. With kids you never know what they are up to. They can't stay in one place. If I leave my son for 2 mins hmmmm. He removed all the baby wipes from the pack. Pressed all the whole toothpaste on his face and floor. Used scissors to cut our curtains to different patterns the list is endless! Hide the remote control for the TV for days we be looking for it sometimes I just keep quiet before I run HBP on top of children matter!

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  6. This will be a funny read. I remember a day I was in the room with my kids, they were playing while I was surfing the net, before long I fell asleep for less than 15mins only for me to open my eyes, lo and behold, all the clothes in the wardrobe are on the floor, even the ones their hands could not reach, they had to push the bedside table close to the wardrobe to finish up the work they started. I shouted when I opened my eyes, but before I could take the cane to give them their sizes, I heard mummy I'm sorry.

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  7. You see, what little children cannot destroy, does not exist.
    I have a four years old and 18 months old toddler.
    When my daughter was 3 years, ijust had my second child then I took a little nap one afternoon, when I woke up she told me her stomach was hurting so she took medicine.
    My heart jumped. I climbed up and reached our medicine box on the wardrobe, the cough syrup bottle was empty. She downed about a little more than half bottle.
    I was puzzled because I have to climb up on something to reach the box. I asked her how she got up, when she showed me I was shocked.
    She climbed the window, from there she managed to climb the bed frame,the type that is higher in front, then she carefully balanced her self on top of the frame and stood on tip toes to reach the box on the wardrobe.
    I no sleep pass 10 minutes o.

    Whenever my house is awfully quiet my mind starts beating fast, except they are sleeping.

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    1. Omg 😳😳. This isn't funny at all. My daughter did same. She LOVES taking drugs. My husband will always say" Pls keep the drug far away before our pharmacist will swallow all."

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    2. Jesus christ this is scary. that is overdose. I hope she is fine

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  8. Everything now is mouth,what they lay their hands on is going into their mouths.. I'm so scared of this stage..

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  9. Silence is golden...until them cuties begin to arrive. I don't observe siesta anymore unless they are asleep.
    Just went in to have my bath now only for me to be perceiving the scent of my nail remover, I rushed out with soap suds all over and saw my second baby with the bottle of remover, the contents already on the floor. I had to smell her mouth but nothing. I was really thanking God. What if she swallowed the whole stuff? God forbid. Still gave her some red oil for precaution sake.
    Kids are precious but atimes, they can make you go gaga. I still love them though and wouldn't wish not to have had them.

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    1. Story of my life. I have been trying to take a nap but how can I when my big madam is awake.

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    2. Lol. Please don't give palm oil again. Milk is better

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  10. 🀣🀣🀣🀣🀣

    Kaα»‹, this is so sweetπŸ₯°πŸ˜πŸ₯°πŸ˜

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  11. I remember the day I was in the room with my kids (2 & 4 years old), they were playing while I was surfing the net. I fell asleep for less than 15mins only for me to open my eyes to see all the clothes in the wardrobe on the floor, even the ones their hands could not reach they have to push the bedside table close to the wardrobe and finish up the work they started. Before I could get the cane to give them their sizes, I heard mummy I'm sorry from both of them. Wetin I go do na, had to forgive them, gave them strict warning not to do it again (my 2years old actually did it again) and made them to pack the clothes back to the wardrobe. Their presence can be dramatic but surely entertaining, I pray God bless every GTC women.

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  12. LMAO.. Woke up to the sound of my phone ringing one evening. A neighbor was ringing me to pick my underwears, both pants and bras downstairs. My son who was 2 then had thrown all downstairs. Imagine the embarrassment of having to walk by other neighbors and their visitors, greeting and picking pants...or when he used a full cup of Vaseline on his brother's hair and face and then finished up the makeup with lots of white powder. It was that one's cry that got me running, only to find 2 miniature Willy Willy lookalikes staring at me. That boy eh, there was no dull moment with him. He kept me on my toes. He's 10 now and forming big boy for mummy.. Lol. The funny thing is the sheepish look he will plaster on his face(just like that little man up there) once he's caught. And you end up feeling sorry for him .

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  13. Children can be handful sometimes but thank God for them . Please don't use red palm oil again,it worsens the situation. I heard giving the person milk to drink is better. Over to doctors in the house.

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    1. #StopKidnappingOurSchoolChildren Phoenix3 April 2021 at 18:42

      You are right anon.Milk not palm oil

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  14. If our parents tell us the pranks we did as kids, we would understand better. Its just the nature of kids.

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  15. When my young cousin was heavily pregnant, she was very tired and took a short nap. When she woke up, her house was very quiet so she went round to look for her 2 yrs old toddler. Imagine her horror when she found his legs sticking out of the big basin of water she had fetched and kept in the bathroom for washing because they sometimes didn't have water.
    The toddler was stone dead sadly. She is yet to recover from the traumatic experience

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    1. Oh Jesus this is so sad,it happened to my baby too but she didn't drown because I was awake

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    2. Oh my God! This is sad.

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    3. This is just heartbreaking.. She will need persistent psychotherapy for a chance at recovery because she will keep blaming herself for those few minutes of sleep that changed her world. It's really sad. Being a mother is not easy atall

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  16. I'm just new to the club. My only child is 9 months old. But man!
    I and my wife were taking a bath together not too long ago and somehow, I noticed the unusual quietness in the bedroom and my antenna rose. I came out of the bathroom to behold my son practically luxuriating in his mom's cream. All over his body, the floor, everywhere. He had also injested a good amount and was smiling with the two teeth he has managed to gather. Gave him some milk and proceeded to lament my fate as the cream I bought for the wife was fairly expensive and she had just begun using it the day before.

    He can be exhausting to be around and I sometimes wonder how my wife copes. But I won't trade him for anything in the world.

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  17. Dozed off and woke up to crayon graffiti all over the bedtoom

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  18. Please if you have babies, don't litter your house with nylon. Always cover your water container. Keep drug or other substance,out of their reach.
    Don't be careless with electrical cables and connected phone chargers. Please always lock your kitchen door and toilet doors. We can't be too careful,may God preserve and protect our children.

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  19. I can’t leave bucket of water in my house. Even the wc, I’ll cover and put bucket with clothes on top of it. Cutleries I’ll put far away. The drugs I keep in the fridge, realized they now go to it, I changed location. Once the big one sees the fridge door open, he screams and goes to bring his younger one out. For jik, puts it far away. I make a mental picture of the necessary evils and try as much as I can to put them away. But you know what you can never be too careful. God please take care of those we can remember and put them far away from our kids

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