Wednesday, August 5, 2009

You might be a redneck

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If your perfectly able toddler sits in a wheelchair. In a very full diaper. Eating a freeze ice. With a dog lapping up the spills.

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You might be a redneck……. if you use huge pruning shears to open a freeze ice.

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But then again, maybe it’s just a place to sit and a way to open a summer treat. Yup, that’s it!

16 comments:

Ann Marie said...

if you read this post and didn't see anything wrong with using a pruners... you might be a redneck...


LOVE it!!!!!! :)

♥RocĂ­o♥ said...

That's Hilarious
Great REdNeck Post! :D
Have a ♥Lovely♥ Day!!

Alicia said...

Oh my gosh...that is hilarious!! Those pruners scare me!!

He & Me + 3 said...

You are too funny! I love these pictures. Thanks for the giggle.

Robyn said...

That is just to CUTE!

Anonymous said...

Well, the pruners were there.....and the wheelchair, he wound up getting a ride didn't he?? Yup definitly a redneck!

Ha!

Lineman

christy rose said...

I agree! It is a creative way to use what you've been given to accomplish the task of opening up a summer treat! That's it! :)
Very cute!

jen@odbt said...

Too funny. Better than using your teeth...those ice pops are hard to open.

Kristen said...

How funny is this! I think your boys are getting cuter ever day!

Mommy of M's said...

This post made me smile. How cute!

carrielt said...

I don't see anything that resembles a redneck. lol

chili pepper said...

Carin

You are so hilarious! YOu might also be inventive if you can open freezer ice with pruning shears and keep the dog and toddler out of trouble at the same time on a hot day!

Shasta said...

Too funny!! I love it!

MareBear said...

What a great chuckle...made my day!
You are a too funny gal...hummm...must be from all those munchkins and mommyhood.

Sharon said...

What a cute post. I don't see anything wrong with pruners, hey you do what you have to do at the moment.
great family photo.
God bless

ourtinydot said...

:)

I saw this on the reader earlier and loved it. Who needs to walk into the house for scissors when the pruners are right there? Let's just hope they didn't attack the poison ivy the last time they were used.