Saturday’s Top Five Laughs- Come Join Our Blog Hop!

I can’t believe next week is Easter, which also happens to be Zane’s second birthday! I think the whole next week, I will be singing him Happy Birthday everyday:)



As always, please link up any cute or funny post. If you like, you can take my button or share on social media, although this is not mandatory at all (just appreciated.) Be sure to check out all the other posts who link up, as they all provide such great laughs! Happy weekend everyone!


My laughs:

5. Zane says NO all the time now. He likes to say it NNNNNOOOOOO!! He almost sounds like he has a Southern drawl when he talks. It is just too cute!

4. I am finally at the stage where I let both of them go in the basement. The other day I hear clearly a bad fight. I go downstairs and Hayley says, “Zane get a life.” I almost lost it in tears!

3. Zane is a talking machine these days. He says just about anything and everything. It is amazing to me how they go from not talking at all to talking full on sentences. I love watching him learn the human language! Anyone else get excited once their kids started talking?

2. Hayley has a tendency to wake me up in the middle of the night. It usually is because of a bad dream but lately it has been, “Mommy…Wake up.” I then say why and she says, “I just need to ask you if you think I will have a bad dream.” This is at 2 AM! I can understand waking me for a bad dream but now in anticipation of a bad dream,lol!

1. I put Zane into time out and asked him what he was supposed to say after. Instead of I am sorry, he turns to me and says, “Thank you!” Hysterical!

Now your laughs:



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  1. says

    DH (for the nice version of this- Dear Hubby) posted a list on his facebook this week of rules for women. I was not impressed :P

    Men’s thoughts on relationships and women

    Learn to use the toilet cover. You’re a big girl. If it’s up, put it down. We use it up, you use it down. We don’t complain about it being down either.

    Birthdays, valentine’s days and wedding anniversaries are not tests to see if we can again buy the perfect gift.

    Sometimes we do not think about you. Learn to live with that.

    Sunday means sports and/or cars. It’s like the full moon or the tides. Let it be.

    Shopping is not sports. We will never think otherwise.

    Crying is blackmail.

    If you want something, ask clearly. Subtle clues do not work. Strong hints don’t work either. Obvious clues don’t work. Just say it.

    Check the oil of your car. Please.

    “Yes” and “no” are perfectly acceptable answers to nearly all questions.

    Tell us your problem only if you want it fixed. That’s how we work. You can get sympathy from your girlfriends.

    A headache that lasts 17 months is a problem. Go see a doctor.

    Nothing we said six months ago applies when arguing. In fact, all our comments become invalid after seven days.

    If you think you’re fat, you probably are. Don’t ask us. We will not answer.

    If something that we say can be interpreted in two ways, one of which makes you sad or angry, we mean the other one.

    Let us look at other women. We’ll do that anyway, it’s in our genes.

    You can either ask us to do something or tell us to do something. Not both. If you know beforehand how to do it best, do it yourself.

    Whenever possible, say what you want to say during a commercial break.

    Christopher Columbus didn’t need directions and neither do we.

    Our relationship will never be like it was in the first month. Learn to live with that and stop complaining to your girlfriends.

    All men see only 16 colors, just like in Windows’ settings. Peach, for example, is a fruit, not a color. And we have no idea what a beige is.

    If it itches, we scratch it.

    We do not read minds and we never will. This deficiency doesn’t mean that we wouldn’t care about you.

    If we ask what’s wrong and you say nothing, we act accordingly. We know you’re lying, but it’s not worth it to find out what is the matter.

    If you ask a question which you do not want to hear an answer to, expect an answer you don’t want to hear.

    When we’re going somewhere, anything you own will be just fine to wear.

    Do not ask what we think unless you’re prepared to hear, for example, about how the stomach works, navel lint, football or cars.

    You have enough clothes.

    You have too many shoes.

    Thank you for reading this. I know I will have to spend the next night on the couch, but that’s okay. It’s kind of like camping.

  2. says

    I’m with you on the toddler talk. It’s so cute to see them finally be able to communicate with others! Hayley is too funny, even though I’m sure it’s not so funny at 2am!! It’s nice that Zane appreciates his discipline! :0)

  3. bella says

    Love these! “Get a life”, lol! #3…I love love hearing daniel talk too…incredible!! And Hayley sounds like your personality in #2…you would do that!

  4. says

    That’s so awesome that you think “no” is cute. I wish for you that it lasts! :)

    Thanks for the comment on my blog. I’m so glad you like the posts that I link up! I like linking them up here and reading your posts too!!

  5. says

    Get a Life?! Too funny.

    I love when they start talking too…then I realize that my life is forever changed with the constant non stop talking and I remember why I love little babies ;) lol

  6. maria says

    hahaha “get a life” i love it! i just laughed out loud! they are the cutest! how neat that zane’s birthday falls on easter this year. we are wondering if we are going to have an easter baby! :) i hope you are having a relaxing weekend, melissa! xoxox

  7. Kerry says

    Haha too funny about what Zane said after his time out lol
    I love love love listening to toddlers talk!! Liam talks so much and I get all engrossed listening to him and his imagination astounds me, it sure is the sweetest thing ever!!
    Wow, Zane will be two soon? Our little babies aren’t babies anymore Melissa :(

  8. says

    I have never seen such an awesome linky. I will have to find one of my funnier posts. I love having a place that I can laugh for hours! Makes you feel so much better.

  9. says

    Thank you is never the reply you’re looking for, though my daughter should thank me. Sometimes a time out is the best thing you can do before they dig a hole so deep, there’s no getting out!

  10. Maria Iemma says

    That was so cute – I have a two year old granddaughter and sometimes she says things that makes us laugh out loud.

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