Friday, April 20, 2012

Butt Paste For The Bottom

This happened a while ago
when my daughter and I were
sewing and working on a project. 
"Uh-Oh...where is SweetCheeks?"
 "I dunno."
You know what THAT means.
The search is on!










ps....gone Up North for the weekend..
will catch you all tonight-
God willing and the
hotel internet cooperating!
your photo name

46 comments:

Tracey@Breathing English Air said...

I just love the name of that product! That was one expensive, but very funny diaper/nappy change!

LDH said...

That sweet lil' heart just doing what she thinks is best for her baby doll! :)

A Vintage Fairy said...

That story is too funny, made me LOL!

Gina said...

LOL! Thanks for the comic relief!

Anonymous said...

yup, thats a mess, I have never heard of this product, its so cute! Poor little sweet cheeks, poor YOU!!!!

Hartwood Roses said...

Diana, thank you for starting my morning with such a cute story ... and a belly laugh.

Japolina said...

I'll say it again, she should have her own tv show

Kim @ Savvy Southern Style said...

hahahahahahahahahahahahaha!

Sharon @ Elizabeth & Co. said...

You girls are too funny! I really think there is a sitcom in your future!

Debbiedoo's said...

I totally knew sweet cheeks was the one with the butt problem LOL...she thought in her little mind if she made baby feel better she would too...OMG that is so funny!

Paulette said...

What a cute story and a sweet memory.

Happy To Be/ Gl♥ria said...

Too dang funny girl..ha ha!! Hugs and smiles Gloria

Lucille said...

That is just too cute! I read the other day that her mother does not want her playing with Barbies. I think that is a very good idea. Little girls can learn so much from playing with baby dolls. They can develop their maternal instincts, for one. There's just something weird about little girls playing with Barbies. One thing that comes to mind at the moment is that they cannot identify with a grown up doll. We did not have Barbies when I was growing up. My baby sister, daughter, and granddaughters played with Barbies. Anyways, it made me think when I read that your daughter does not allow them. I believe she's right! If I had to do it over again, I would not allow it either.

Susie said...

Diana, Squeeze that girl down...I do not want her to grow too fast. I love reading about sweetcheeks. They will be grown before we know it. Hug those kids today. Smiles, Susie

Debby said...

So funny.......esp. telling you not to laugh becuase of her hurting baby. Sooooo funny.
Have a fun trip. Rest that ankle.

Debby said...

So funny.......esp. telling you not to laugh becuase of her hurting baby. Sooooo funny.
Have a fun trip. Rest that ankle.

Cristina Garay said...

lol that's so funny! Thanks for putting a smile on my face every morning! Have a nice time on your trip!

It's All Connected said...

Thanks for the morning laugh! I'm still wondering how you got that dolly cleaned up. ~ Maureen

Patty Patterson said...

If her baby has a serious rash it needs horse medicince. Corona Ointment. It's the best diaper rash cream on the market. And if you can get the OLD recipe it's even better. More lanolin.... it can heal a rash overnight.

Kathy A Delightsome Life said...

OH Please - you must keep all these things for her in the future - tooo funny! I had never heard of Butt Paste!
too cute!
Have a great weekend!
Kathy

DREAMS ON 34th STREET ~ French Bread & Family said...

Love it!
That zinc oxide is a sticky and messy commodity!
Safe travels!
Happy weekend!
~Lynne
w/L.

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

Oh how precious! It only takes a minute for them to get into something!

Collected Treasures...for the home, heart and soul said...

Little girls are the absolute best........xojana

Kim K. said...

This is just precious. Glad you captured it with your camera too. Definitely worth sharing with her later in life.

Mark said...

I'm so glad that she decided to adopt Trans-racially. Black baby dolls need homes too!
Your Friend, m.

Marydon said...

Best sweet cheeks story yet, Diana. Have a safe trip & weekend ~
TTFN ~
Marydon

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Tete said...

Poor child. Its not good to have a sore butt. Where in the world did you find butt paste? Never heard of that one before. I thought you were waxing butt cheeks at first! LOL
You know you were just asking for a post like this when you bought that.
Still laughing here, had to set my lunch aside.
Raining here and chilly, but we went for a walk anyway. Trying to get caught up in here today.
Have a fun weekend and don't forget the butt paste!

CAS said...

Okay, that was my "good" laugh for the day! Gotta love the sweet, sweet innocense of young children trying to imitate their adult role models. That's why it's always good to be a very good role model....lol!
CAS

outjunking said...

Thank you for the chuckle.

bj said...

Well, don'tchaknow I am loving this story...:)))

Blondie's Journal said...

This is hysterical...always something going on at your house! The butt paste is NOT made by me or my family ;-)

XO,
Jane

Jettie said...

I have to say that I almost spit coffee on my keyboard when I read this earlier. I had to leave before I did....so I left the soda in the kitchen and came back online to comment on this.
Please, Please Please get to writing a book. You can incorporate all of this and have a million seller. You know all your online blog followers will buy one.
j

♥ Sonny ♥ said...

oh my goodness. you can always depend on a kid to make a MESS. always:)
enjoy your weekend.

Judy at GoldCountryCottage said...

Diana: Well, I hope I can tell this story over the internet, but when my grandson was between 1 and 2 he was sitting on the couch, watching TV, with his hand down the front of his pants. May daughter asked, Jake, what are you doing, why do you have you hand in your pants. His answer, For to keep my peewee comfy. Out of the mouths of babes..Happy Weekend..Judy

Red Rose Alley said...

Oh how funny SweetCheeks is with her doll. I bet that one cracked you up. I wanted to let you know that the prayer on my post today was for you and all my bloggy friends. You all were the friend that I was talking about. Have a fun weekend.
~Sheri at Red Rose Alley

Rebecca said...

Oh my gosh...this brought back a memory!

When Brandon was 3 and Adrienne was a baby we had a couple over after church for dinner (do people still do that????). Anyway...we were all sitting a chatting when we realized Brandon and the couple three year old daughter were missing!

Where were they?

In Adrienne's nursery putting baby powder all over her handmade doll. It had been a gift from my Aunt and it was, well...not in GOOD condition. It was also cloth...

Oh...I forgot...they had Karo syrup in the mix, too! I use to use the stuff to stick the bows on Adrienne's ALMOST baled head.

"Memories...light the corners of mind..."

LOVED THIS POST!

xoRebecca

Miss Gracie's House said...

Oh, my...what's a grandma to do?!
What a sweetie, she is:)
Rene'

Maria Elena said...

LOL So funny! She is just too precious!

lynn said...

too cute--she'll make a great mom someday:)

Nancy @ Nancy's Daily Dish said...

This is too cute and too funny! It really takes me back to when my kids were itty bitties!
So fun to read your posts!

Nancy

Nancy @ Nancy's Daily Dish said...

This is too cute and too funny! It really takes me back to when my kids were itty bitties!
So fun to read your posts!

Nancy

Holly said...

oh my goodness, there really is something called butt paste?! How funny! And, how precious that she was using it on her baby!! What memories you have. She'll look back at all of these posts someday and just love that shared all of these wonderful memories!
xo
Holly

joanne said...

awwww, what a sweet post. A wonderful memory made just for Nana to keep close to her heart! Treasures for sure.

A Cottage Muse said...

Hee Hee...I'm sure she'll love to read this post in about 10 years!

DearHelenHartman said...

Awww. Darling story from a darling girl. Hope the hotel connection is as slick as, well, you know Boudreaux's...