Love, Laughter, and Laundry

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Thursday, April 3, 2008

"Hair-doo"

My husband is recovering from the flu. He has been "quarantined" in bed all week, away from the rest of the family in an effort to protect us from catching it. Tonight, he was feeling well enough to join us in the den for a little "family time." He has really missed being with the kids, and in an effort to entertain them (without too much energy exerted on his part)...he consented to allowing my 2 year old play with his hair, while he reclined on the couch. My toddler loved it! He got gel, and a comb, and a brush, and rubbed and brushed and fixed Dad's hair. He was very gentle, and so I think it was relaxing for Dad as well. He would work for a little while, then leave for a few minutes, and then come back and work some more. This went on for about 20-30 minutes. On the last trip out of the room, my 9 year old happened to follow him, and quickly came back yelling: "Mom! Come quick! "C" is dipping the brush and comb in the potty water...and the last person to use it must not have flushed, because the water is YELLOW!!!!" The fact that he was sticking his hands in the yellow potty water was bad enough, but then the realization hit us all about the same time...That's why Dad's hairstyle has the wet look!
Needless to say, Dad ran for the shower while the rest of us fell in the floor laughing.
...Anybody want an appointment with our newest hair stylist? He specializes in the use of "dippity doo."

9 comments:

cpinnow said...

Oh my! That is hilarious!!! I think I will stick to my own hairstylist for now. Glad you posted. I check every so often for an update.Love,
Chan

whall said...

I have been looking for a new hairstylist in the area, but I think I may just keep looking!! Thanks for laugh.

Whit

Barbara said...

I read, laughed, and remembered. Your blog is a blessing.
Love ya,
Barbara

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GERRI said...

This was too funny!!! I heard a little bit of what was said at Whitney's shower yesterday, but the whole story was so funny. I could not quit laughing. So this is what it is like to have this many children. Can I adopt some sometime? :)
Gerri

MisterChris said...

That was hilarious. My whole family group fell over laughing too.