Wednesday, October 20, 2010

A Girl and Her Slinky

This is what happens when you leave a three-year-old with a slinky.






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36 comments:

  1. Hahaha not gonna lie that looks like what happens when you leave ME with a slinky!

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  2. Is it in her hair too? I'm just looking at they and rubbing my scalp. At least she *was* quiet and happy, right?

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  3. LOL! Hope it wasn't tangled in her hair!

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  4. What girl doesn't like a little extra "bling."

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  5. Funny.....my kids done the same thing with their slinky. We went to a birthday party this past weekend and in the goody bag they each had a slinky. Before we could even get home good, they looked the same exact way in their car seats.

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  6. How long was she with it bc I think I remember doing the same thing after becoming a bit bored with a slinky when I was younger.

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  7. lol! yup, that's what happens. :P 'S why my three year old doesn't have a slinky anymore.

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  8. Just like every Slinky that's ever entered our household. We're like a Slinky house of horrors.

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  9. At least she's happy - she could be furious that the slinky doesn't work anymore.

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  10. I need to clean my glasses I thought it said Stinky..

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  11. My daughter did that. Then tantrummed when it didn't go back to it's original shape. Good times!

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  12. heehee I did that to my slinky when I was a kid... good times, good times. Happy Wednesday :-)

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  13. I love taking my slinky's apart!

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  14. I did that to my slinky too. ahahahahhaaaa!!

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  15. hahahaha - that picture is worth a million words.

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  16. That is what mine would do at that age.

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  17. Now if only she could do that to an engine you'd have a business going!

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  18. Yowch! I think I used to destroy all slinkies too when I was little.

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  19. Wow, what a mess. I never liked slinkies. I would always end up getting them bent or kinked and wanting to throw it across the room.

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  20. Awesome :) This is why there are no slinkies in my house.

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  21. I love that you stopped by my silly blog and told me about your adoration of Bazooka gum! If you hadn't, I wouldn't have seen that adorable picture of that tangled Slinky and that precious girl. Your blog seems like such a fun place! I'm definitely following you now. :)

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  22. LOL!!! At first I read "This is what happens when you leave a 3 year old with a STINKY!" I was like, "She doesn't look like she's stinky?" Slinky! Got it! Well, she looks like she's having fun! Much more than she would have had with a STINKY!

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  23. That's what slinkies are for. It's just irresistible.

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  24. That is hilarious. We've gone through several Slinkys for the exact same reason with my three year old son! :)

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  25. Oh Lord, I hope she didn't get it wrapped in her hair. That could be painful. Was she trying to make it walk down the stairs?

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  26. Yeah, right. There's a hook behind her and you did the knot work. Fess up. (Or am I the only one who restrains her kid with Slinkies?)

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  27. if it bought you time... it was worth the slinky damage... i think of slinkys as disposable items..

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  28. HA! I remember those things and I remember that happening to me as a kid a few times. Too funny.

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  29. Haha! My daughter stretched hers out using it as a "leash" for my son, AKA the dog at the moment.

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