Thursday, October 8, 2009

Teenage Boys...

Does anyone really understand the creatures known as teenage boys? As an only child, I certainly don't.

Jack thought it would be fun to get into this bin. Notice he has his cell phone with him, I believe he even showers with it.



Oskar is unsure what to do with this development.



John David has no question what do do when one's younger brother is trapped.



Luckily with some intervention from mom, Jack made it out before his air supply ran out!



*Yes, that is a trashy looking sheet hanging from my window. There isa blind, but allows light through which is apparantly unacceptable for television viewing if it is sunny. No, it's not sunny in these photos. Again, I don't understand these people who used to be my babies!

21 comments:

Diane said...

it's not just the boy ones. they're all kinda weird like that. i seem to permanently have that one eyebrow up wtf? look on my face lol.

Amy said...

I saw this on another site but it was children that are I think four or five. It was so funny to see this site. I got into a tub like that when I was in college. I was packing and moving and my Mom saw me on the phone and took a picture. I even played with a big computer box once and I was an adult. I guess it goes back to my childhood. My brohter used to pull me around in the wagon and we had a hug box I sat in. It was fun. Glad your boys had fun.

Sarah said...

I have to say, I'd much rather have teenage boys rather than teenage girls...

Tammy said...

Now you know why Jack had his phone! Just in case mom wasn't near by!
"911! I'm trapped in a box under a butt!"

Hillbilly Duhn said...

I don't know, but when you figure out what is wrong with them, and have fixed it, can you let me know?

He & Me + 3 said...

So this is what I have to look forward too? Gotta love boys. I can't believe he fit. wow.

blueviolet said...

It's best if we don't try to understand our boys. ;)

Joy said...

Honey I don't understand them either, and they're MUCH easier to raise than girls! {In my experience.}

Yours look just like you. That's gotta be nice.

Alicia, The Snowflake said...
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Alicia, The Snowflake said...

Oh that is too funny!!! Sounds like there is never a dull moment at your house ;)

BTW, if you figure out teenage boys, would you please let us know. Mine is going to be a teenager next year and I can definitely use all the help I can get!

Mack and Sally Ann said...

Did Oskar put that bin on his human big brother? If he did, please tell him that is not nice at all. It looks like he pushed it down, according to the second photo.
Sally Ann

Carolina said...

I'm baffled too. I'm guessing Oskar is the only sane one in your house ;-)

SE said...

lol so funny!

Emily @ Marvelous Recipes said...

Adorable is all I can say! Your boys must bring you a lot of joy! I know mine do no matter how crazy they act! Wonderful memories to store up for those "empty nest" years ahead!

MrsM said...

Boys are awesome! Our 5 year old son likes to empty out the toy box and climb inside. Do I understand why? No. Do I think it's funny/awesome? Yes. Boys are different creatures, but so far I'm thinking they're a lot of fun!

Brenda Jean said...

Mine are 15 and 16-- and NO I do not understand them. The cell phone is glued to their ears ACCEPT when we want to get hold of them. Suddenly they forget and put it on silent or the battery goes dead. Geesh. They are both at the homecoming dance tonight. That was fun getting them ready at the same time, and all the drama that came with it. BAHAHHAHAHAHAHA

Queenie Jeannie said...

The girls are just as bad. Just sayin.

the ungourmet said...

So my son is eight right now and it looks like he will be doing a lot of the same things he does right now when he gets to the teen years. :D

heidi said...

He was probably taking pictures with his phone. "This is what it looks like in a box" "This is what it looks like when your brother sits on you in a Box."

It was scientific. *nods*

Cherie said...

Ha Ha I have to admit as a mom my first thought was "Oh no he can suffocate", then came the picture of big bro sitting on him. Good thing for mom intervention.
Teenage boys = They can be crazy sometimes.

melanie said...

LOL This totally could have been my sons... I even have a sheet like that! Awesome!