Ha Ha too funny! Anything to make the time by go faster!
LOL! Just don't let the doctor catch him doing that!Happy WW!Aloha ~ KailaniAn Island Life
LOL!!!That is too funny...Happy WW.
LMBO!! Too funny!!!
He has so many problems!Brandi
ROFL!!! That is hilarious! My husband got a laugh out of that too - said he would do the same thing...LOL!
This picture definitely qualifies for "Wordless Wednesday"Speaking from the Hearthttp://dailyreminders4me.blogspot.com/2008/01/habitat-for-grandparents-humanity.html
NICE! How old is he anyway?! ;)
that it just gross!
Your post cracked me up...so so hilarious!
LOL!!!! looks like something my husband would try! ;)
Well, that seems about right. What else would you do with one of those gloves? ;)
Our husbands could SO be friends!! Kudos to you for taking a picture!
I'm glad to see that I'm not the only one who takes pictures in doctor's offices. Your husband seems like he'd be fun to be around.
LOL That is so funny! My husband would so do something like that too! :)
Well at least he never lets a minute go to waste! hee-hee
OH Man that is hysterical!
He should try using a condom for this trick, L0L! Happy WW!
Very Funny! I think I've felt like doing that before after a long wait.
Somehow so does my husband. LOL! The boys think it's too funny!
Lol, that's so funny. Happy WW.
lol... thanks for sharing the fun. Happy WW.
LOL! My hubby does similiar stuff at the docs...it is embarrasing...(but funny) He is soooo mature...
tooo funny, my kids grandfather is a emt/police officer and he too plays with those gloves with my kids--men and their toys!
Thats funny. Weve blown up many gloves for the kids at the Drs. over the years.
Mad photo!Thanks for your encouragement. I made a mistake when I last wrote to you... I love schooling Sean and wouldn't have it any other way. If I were not a Christian I would not school him!I am looking forwards to your post that you mentioned. Please let me know when you write it up, if you think of me?My main concern in continuing to school Sean through secondary is this...If I school him using an American curriculum will the colleges in Ireland accept him? Now that I think of it, it wont be hard to find out... See how just talking to somebody about these things helps me?! I know I could do it just one year at a time, knowing that if it all became too much I could send him to school. I think I could bring him through the first three years until he is 15... maybe.My main concern is that if I educate him using a different system than this country uses how will that effect his going to further education?Here in Ireland, children start secondary school at 12 and in 3 years do their Junior Certificate exam. Then they can leave school or stay on for another 2 years to do the Leaving Certificate. Then they can go to College.God bless and take care.Ruth
Hello again Cassey, I had a talk with Niall last night about Sean's education and we both agree that we will do some research into it again.If I get a good and easy to understand Christian curriculum from England and use it for the next two years, it might make it easier to go ahead and try schooling Sean into his secondary school years?I don't think there is an Irish Christian curriculum but we are going to look into this too.Thanks again for your encouragement.Ruth
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