I don't know that smell yet, but I can imagine! Does it come out easily?I'm sure enjoying being blog friends! Oh, and I really liked your post about your scar on Segullah.
It doesn't come out easily.Thanks, I like being your blogging friend too.
Oh good luck! You listed a lot of different surfaces. Ugh.
How could you do anything but hug that precious LuLu? What adorable pix. Quite a juxtapositon with the deed described and the angelic face.
I've definitely been there...and I'm so sorry you get to also! Sadly, more than once and with mentholatum, ky jelly, and yes...poop! of all things! what in the world was annika thinking when she smeared it on walls, bedding, carpet and a fun purse surprise for mommy! Yuck! Good luck...I can only imagine how awful it is to clean. Once you think you've cleaned it all, you'll find other places. I feel for you!
my children walked around looking like they had some sort of scalp disease the other day. This is because the oldest of the two took the baby powder and dumped it on each of their heads then rubbed it in as well as he could. I washed their hair but it still looked like a massive case of dandruff. Still, it was much better than when he rubbed desitin into the carpet and fed an entire stick of chapstick to the dog.
This makes me laugh hysterically because I have that crap at home, too. I better hide it from the little ones...I will live more aware from your experiences! LOVE the way you put that story together. Do you digital scrapbook, by chance? You would be amazing at it....
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