there are no words…

I walked into the bathroom, looked next to the toilet, and saw it on the roll exactly where it should be….only part was missing.

The instant I saw it, I knew what had happened. You see, I have this daughter nicknamed “FireCracker”. I know her ways. I walked around the corner to find her. I held up the roll and asked, “Do you know what happened to this?”

She smiled and said, “Me bite it.”

There are no words for this girl.

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  • Sara - She is too stinkin’ cute! πŸ™‚

  • Katie @ Wildwood Creek - Hmmm…she sounds a bit like her mama! (I’m thinking of yesterday’s post!)

  • keely - Well…you know…she *was* honest. πŸ™‚

  • Alba - jajajajaja, she is FireCracker, isn’t she? better this than having 16 rolls (yes 16) soaked in the toilet

  • Denise - You are right there are no words for her…but if I had to pick one I’d call her Joy! She brightens up MY day, can’t imagine living with her! πŸ™‚

  • Renata - πŸ™‚ Hilarious.

  • Jen G - “Firecracker” is clearly an apt nickname. Enjoy the adventure of being her mom.

  • No Model Lady - Haha!! Perfect little bite missing, that’s too funny!

  • Sarah Pratt - Well, at least you know she getting her “fiber”.

  • Rachel - Ha! After your mouse post I was sure you had found out that the mice had made there way into other parts of your house! Glad it was a much cuter culprit!

  • emmybrown - Awesome.

  • Erin @ she cooks, she gardens - So cute! Future heartbreaker. πŸ™‚

  • Kimberlee Jost - I thought Mouse.
    Glad it’s the Firecracker. πŸ™‚

  • Rebecca - I was thinking the mouse was back! Very cute.

  • Alissa - Haha! Silly girl. She is too cute.

  • Sarah - hahaha- I was afraid your mouse was back! But this was even better!

  • Lori - Hey- that is too hilarious!! She looks very precocious in her smiles!! I have a firecracker as well – only two of them. One is my oldest and the other is my youngest. I have a boxed set. I prayed that God would give me vibrant, fun personalities for my children. God answers prayer. The one thing I didn’t know was that vibrant to God means “getting into all things-all the time- 24/7” in Hebrew. ~ my translation. :0)

  • Carrie - I think in some bizarro twist of fate – I am the mother to her sister. My 20 month old is just as quirky! she definitely keeps me on my toes!

  • Cindy - Only firecracker would think to do that! Love it.. her spunk is her gift!!!

  • Nancy Barr - Too Funny!!! I think she earned her nickname!

  • Jen - Dear Firecracker,

    Thank you for being just as silly as me, it makes my mommy feel better.

    your friend in Chicago,

    Curious George

  • Michele - I am so comforted to know i don’t have the only toilet paper biter in the world! Cheers to wonder woman!

  • The Prairie Hen - Dear Speachless,
    Oh, my!

    Do you ever wonder how on earth children manage to grow up when they do such outrageous things all the time? It really is quite amazing!

    Lovin’ all the sizzle and pop of Missy Fircracker!

    Grossed out and Giggling in NE

  • cailan - oh my, such a funny little wonder.

  • Andrea - Ha Ha Ha Ha!

  • barbara Janaina - For me as a mom, this only proves that your dougther khows that you love her no matter what, after all, she had the courage to tell you the truth, unhappily, many kids in my country doesn’t have this type of mom and dad. We neded a law in here to say that kids are just kids ad sometimes they will drive you crazy. You have a lovely girl, and I hope some day (soon) your new baby will arive to your arms (you will be a great mom for this one too)
    Kisses from Brasil, sory for the bad english πŸ™‚

  • Kezia - At least it wasn’t a mouse that bit into your toilet roll lol!

  • erica - i have a little firecracker just a few months behind her who definitely keeps me on my toes compared to her always skeptical and relaxed big bro. thanks for the laughs and foreshadowing!!

  • katie phillips - awesome!

  • Yanet of 3 Sun Kissed Boys - Having a boy version FireCracker, I feel your frustration/fun. He bite too.

  • Aimee - I live with a biter/eater too – she eats or puts into her mouth everything except for the food that is placed before her. *sigh* I feel your pain/joy/frustration/adoration. I love my dd!!

  • KaraM - but she’s so cute!

  • Marija - So cute πŸ™‚

    I hope she didn’t have any tummy aches.

  • Rachael - She is truly a little angel! I love your stories about her and she reminds me SO MUCH of one of my own daughters.

  • Jennifer - She’s sooo adorable!

  • Jessica - Ewwww! Brings the phrase “cotten mouth” to life! When I loaded your page I only saw your header and title (I had to scroll down to see the rest). I was really worried for a minute! Praising God for a humurous post and not a devastating one! πŸ™‚

  • Simply Lanny - good thing she’s so darn cute ! I tell my hubby that all the time πŸ™‚

  • Amnah - Hilarious. Fire Cracker, indeed.

  • heather - oh how i wish she could hang out with my girl
    the two of them would make an unstoppable duo.

  • amber - At least she’s honest! Did she eat it?? Oh spunky 2 year olds…

  • Melissa Evans - hahahahaha….I love that her nickname is Firecracker….it cracks me up. πŸ™‚

  • Alice H - Toilet Paper – the new breakfast bar! Nom nom nom!

  • amber - OH Firecracker and my 2 year old son are so much alike! And he is very charming about his ways….does everything with a sparkle in his eye and an infectious smile. It’s hard to get mad.

  • Mirys - Great!!!
    Your daughter is priceless!!!!

    Kisses and blessings.
    (from Brazil)

  • Kate S. - LMAO. I love how completely random that is–why would you bite the toilet paper roll?! Love it.

  • angela r j - that last picture of your girl looks almost identical to my own little girl. it’s a very familiar face around here. too cute.

  • Shanalea - That is so funny! Sounds like it was a fun day!

  • LeeH - I had one of those girls. She is still absolutely, positively, fantastically wonderful in every way. I love you DANA!!

  • Kim Wike - she seriously cracks me up. i would enjoy seeing a video of all your kids in action.

  • Sarah - Awesome!!

  • Heldine - OMG – that is just too cute. πŸ˜›

  • Stephanie - She is such a cutie tho!!

  • Mikki - That’s so funny. Thanks for making me smile! I needed it πŸ™‚

  • jami nato - i have a firecracker named lila. they are a challenge…but man, they are so funny.

  • Claudia - Thank you for writing this! Made my afternoon, I laughed so hard. She is such a precious little girl.

  • Devon - Ha! I love how you can see little butterflies in the toilet paper design & she is wearing butterfly sunglasses. She is adorable. Fiesty – but adorable!

  • victoria - ha! hilarious!! and her expressions…too much!

  • megan - delicious… that’s the word for her! love your posts..

  • Tara A. - Oh my goodness….I love it…too cute…me bite it…

  • Carrie - Walked into our bathroom and found the entire roll (brand new of course) in the toilet with our little “firecracker” peering in…..she was just curious…. Where in the world do they come up with this stuff? πŸ™‚

  • Pam K - Too funny. I remember those days all too well. Go firecracker, you keep your mama with rolling in the memories!

  • crystal beutler - Soo funny!!!! Kids are hilarious. I confess. I was a paper eater too. But my paper of choice was sucker sticks. I have to avoid them at all costs — if not I still find myself eating the entire thing! So sad. Hope that doesn’t mean anything alarming in your future πŸ™‚ πŸ™‚

  • Jeannette - That is hilarious!

  • maggie McKenney - I think the words would be CUTER than CUTE! ~ enjoyed that incredible hug the other day…sweet~:)

  • Lisa - I have a daughter just like her. Oh, the joys!

  • Renee - Looks like something my darling daughter would do too! Gotta love them!

  • amanda - oh, that made me laugh right out loud. I am so, so, SO grateful that I am not the only one with a firecracker or two on her hands. πŸ™‚

  • Priscilla P. - so stinkin’ funny!

  • Melany - haha me bite it!

  • Kate @ Songs Kate Sang - Silly, silly girl! I wonder where she gets it πŸ™‚

  • Michelle - I have to share: I had my own firecracker girl, and she has mellowed out considerably. My daughter used to flush my jewelry down the toilet, cover herself head to toe in Desitin, shake cornbread mix all over the house while I showered…you get the idea.

    She is now in first grade and when we had her parent-teacher conference last week, the teacher said she was a model student and very reserved in the classroom. Her next words were, “I can tell from your expressions that she is not reserved at home.” Ha!

    Love those firecrackers.

  • Nori - Tooooooo funny!!

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