I think this falls into the category of an "oops." But I'm not sure; mom will decide.
It has definitely been teasing fodder!
Great, next thing you know he'll be out hunting at night and sparkling by day.
I can't believe he let you post this! Bahaha!(LOVE your header, by the way.)
I had to chase him around and hold him down but, yeah, he "let" me!!!!! :)Thanks about the header! It's silly, i know, but it's home!
Looks dangerous...good thing he managed to get away.
You could write a horror story featuring deadly Hoovers. OR maybe you could fit one in to your next romance!
The good thing is, hickies aren't directly responsible for grandbabies named Briana!
I KNEW this foray into girl/boy land was going to be dangerous. Next time, send him with extra food to share. It might keep the blood suckers away.
Laughed out loud. Nearly choked on my yogurt & granola. Play off the Page
And they claim that stuff is HEALTHY! I figure if I'm gonna choke to death on anything it better be fried chicken!!!!!(I always choke on raw carrots... how silly is THAT?)
Har! Easy for you to say, Karen!
Way to go little dude?
Don't be egging him on, Rubye!
Hi...I'm hopping over from the A to Z challenge. Lovely post...good luck with the challenge. Donna L Martinwww.donasdays.blogspot.com
Thanks Donna!Yup, that's a lovely hickey!
Sooooooo, looks like it went well. What's your problem old lady?
LOL - I'm OLD! That's my problem!
Looks like he had fun at his sleepover!
SO great , love love love your blog Cathy!
Love you, Kel!
...and a good time was had by all... (lab results pending)
First and last guy/girl sleepover?
LOL! I;m thinking so, Tim!
I really love your header!And HA, its funny what kids do sometimes.www.modernworld4.blogspot.com
That is SOOO funny! My son's only seven so hopefully I have a few more years before he runs into any Eatubus Anythinguses!
Heheheheheh! I love that old Road Runner latin! The way time flies, Johanna, you'll be checking for Eatubus tracks before you know it!
How funny he will love you for outting him on your blog lolNow a new follower thanks for comments on my blog jollyjillys
Why thanks JollyJilly!
Ah! XD The Eatubus Anythinguses are worth fearing!-Barb the French Bean
Yah, they certainly freak me out! But I haven't seen one, personally, for a lonnnnng time... maybe I'll have to talk to my husband tonight!;)
I bet you know what she looked like as well!
Er no.... I thought about doing a search but thought she might tell her mother.
do you have secret cameras or did he pose :)Lx
I guess no more sleep-overs, huh?
X-nay on the sleep-overs-nay!
My daughter's friend stopped over one day with a hickey. Noooo! That means my daughter is old enough and I am just not ready to see a hickey on her. Or even think about it.welcome to meyummy stuff
I hear ya! Noooooooooooooooo is pretty much my mantra!
If that's from a hoover I'll eat my hat!
I think your hat is safe, Nick!
Let us all know if the sharing of the photo on the blog prevents it happening again, will you? A whole new parenting idea, perhaps?
hahahahaha-I think he LIKES it Rebeccas - the little beggar!
Rebecca... sorry.. extra s ... no extra charge!
Ha! I have this to look forward to... oh vey. Peace. Much of it.
Thanks for the peace, Linda. I NEED IT!!!!!
Oh, my....I only read back a couple of entries. Sure am glad my kids are grown...of course then there are the grandkids and greats come next. Eeeep!
Eeeeep is right!!!
Doh! Me thinks someone is in trouble. Actually, I think you're both in trouble. LOL.My A-Z
(Help me Jaycee....)
Let me guess he was running away and tripped. That's how he got caught.Pamela Jo
Yes. Good thought. I'll repeat it over and over, see how that works!
Really? (Hadn't thought about a hickey in years, but, ahem, know what it is, LOL.)
Oh really, Kittie? (Inquring minds....)
I always thought there was a better name for that then "hickey".
Kind of hard to hide that one from the parents! haha
Oh yah Chuck? And what IS that name? (That reminds me - I used to have a boss whose last name was Hickey...)
Kathy, I think he was actually kinda PROUD of it... he made no attempt at hiding it and only took a little persuading for the photo. I think it's a sign of vast manhood or something... a pagan ritual... or maybe he's just like the honey badger, because honey badgers don't care!
Part of my family are the Hickeys. They're all crazy, every one of them. They'd tell you so.
Oops. Boy was he sprung.
Sprung like spring!
Boy, are you gonna get it, Cathy, when revenge kicks in!!!Poor lad - what a Mum, brandishing the 'evidence' around! (and not just locally - she went all out and gave it the 'global' treatment via the internet!!!);-p
Cueing the evil laugh, Sue!!!!! MUAHAHAHAHAHA!!!!
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I remember how secretly proud and delighted I was about my first big hickey. The teasing didn't wipe the smile off my face. :D
Your son must be the same age as mine! I always find it quite disturbing ... kind of like post pissing disturbing. But maybe that is the mother in law in me speaking.
LOL... was he mortified?
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