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Mom’s away

The Mrs. is out of town. Just me and the kids. Can you tell?

In addition to the giant mess of toys everywhere, it’s one o’clock and we’re still in our jammies.

17 Responses to “Mom’s away”

  1. Weisenheimer Brainstorm Says:

    That’s quite a mess there. Where are the other three kids who helped make it?

  2. USCitizen Says:

    Looks like you’ve got your hand full – give me a call if you can get out by 2:00.

  3. SayUncle Says:

    just put the kids down for a nap so i’m trapped here for the next two hours.

  4. Alan Says:

    That looks suspiciously like my living room. Early American Crayon…

  5. Robb Allen Says:

    Every time I see a picture like this, I can only go “Hey! We have that toy!”

  6. SayUncle Says:

    well, what you can’t see off to the left is much much more of the same.

  7. Linoge Says:

    Eh, on the weekends, it is a rare thing for me to get out of my PJs at all… Wait, did I say that out loud?

  8. Peter Says:

    Most of that stuff can be swept under the furniture, so there isn’t really a mess. 🙂

  9. ZerCool Says:

    … and at the kitchen table, a pile of rods, brushes, patches, and jags… and daddy saying, “and this is how you remove the bolt assembly…”

  10. Madrocketscientist Says:

    …its one oclock and were still in our jammies.

    And there is absolutely NOTHING wrong with that.

  11. OldTexan Says:

    This is a precious time with those little people, count slowly to ten and turn around and they will be in highschool driving and then a couple more slow counts and they will be grown with their own kids. Savor every minute of every year you have them under your roof.

  12. Michael Hawkins Says:

    Okay, now I get the entire “blank fire adaptor” thing.

  13. _Jon Says:

    well, what you cant see off to the left is much much more of the same.

    — Learn to use the Panoramic setting on your camera…

  14. Dad Says:

    If the wife see’s this photo she may not come back, I wouldn’t..

  15. Sarah Says:

    The rules were definitely different when we were just with Dad, but he was as much of a clean-freak as Mom. And no PJs during the day. What we go to do was eat copious amounts of junk food and watch questionable movies.

  16. retro Says:

    At least it wasn’t this:

    “Daddy’s l’il helpers!”

  17. Cactus Jack Says:

    It looks like your household is like mine was. My old hide used to complain that she had 4 kids at home; our 3 daughters and me! 🙂