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Tuesday, August 4, 2009

I Thought This Was Church Camp

Mr. Nurse Boy here. I know, I know. Two posts in one week! Can you tell I am done with my summer class?

Welcome to our first True Story Tuesday! Go HERE to check out more stories!

This post does not take a lot of words.

Dimples was away at church camp last week. They gave him a journal and assigned him the task of decorating it. Can you tell the supervision was maybe... light?



Very nice. Wait. What did I see?

Is that?


He has no idea what those elephants are doing.

I wish I didn't.

All the Mrs. knows is that notebook is not leaving this house. EVER.
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24 comments:

Lisa @ Boondock Ramblings said...

Stop it! No way! Who was teaching this class?! OH my lands (as a friend of mine always says)! That is horrible!

Maybe you could paste the photo of an elephant not doing something...um....of the procreation nature.

Queen to my 3 Boys said...

Oh.My.

Yes, the supervision...a little light.

BTW, I couldn't see it at first, but at the last photo I nearly spit coffee all over Pink Beauty (my laptop)!

Imperfect Mom said...

For a nurse, you're sure a wuss about something as beautiful and natural as procreation.

Now I will pause and give thanks that it wasn't MY kid that decorated his notebook with pachyderm porn.

Jewel said...

LOL I am dying laughing here! Of course, that is probably because it was YOUR child that put the pro-creating pachyderms on HIS notebook!! It is just soooo funny to me! (Do I need to get out more???)

momstheword said...

Oh dear! Better get those National Geographics outta the church, lol!

Loved your son's church ensemble photo. Perhaps that duct tape might have come in handy!

Theresa said...

Maybe the person supervising this craft didn't know anymore than your son??? (Sad thought, but I've met some really naive folks working at church camps!)

Mrs Lemon said...

lol - who on earth leaves National Geographics laying around where kids are making collages?

Sir Nottaguy-Imadad said...

ROFL!!! That's almost as good as the "Happy Father's Day Poop" my daughter made for me in Sunday School. I can think of some worse pictures that I've seen in National GeoGRAPHIC.

Rachel said...

Holy smokes that was hilarious! I am laughing to the point of borderline bladder control loss...

I sure wish you'd join up on True Story Tuesday - this is definitely as good as it gets! :)

Thanks for the laughs!

Mother Mayhem said...

EEK!

Tranquility said...

Oh my gosh - that is too funny! I wonder if the adults caught it, but didn't want to have to explain why he should remove it(?). Haha...

Foursons said...

Bahahahahahaha! Some church camp! ROFLMAO

Dawn said...

That is too funny!! I'm sure those elephants are in a committed and loving relationship.

He & Me + 3 said...

Oh Good Grief that is hilarious! Those national geographic magazines should really be outlawed for kids. LOL
Reading your profile...Your life is so similiar to ours. Nice to meet you through blogging. 12 years of marriage...3 children later...
I am an educator staying home with my kids too. Your family is adorable.
Mimi

Lauren said...

oh.my.goodness.

My sides are actually sore from laughing to hard!!

Mummy McTavish said...

LOVE IT!!! I love it even more that it was your son and not mine!!!!!

Lion informed me once while watching an animal show "what they are doing is naughty" I was expecting to have to explain the facts of life to my 4 year old until he said "at kindy they tell us that we might hurt each other if we climb on our friends for a piggy-back"... ahhh, crisis averted.

My brother loved frogs when he was little but the only poster mum could get hold of with a big frog picture was of this same nature (yep, in POSTER size)... so since he was about 5 and didn't know about such things she cut the explaination of the bottom (I know, the poster just gets better and better) and stuck it up in his bedroom. I wonder what he thinks of that now...

momof3darlings said...

Oh no.....NO NO.....that just ain't RIGHT!! What kind of magazines did they have to choose from: Martha Steward and Wild Kingdom??

Brandi said...

HAHAHAHA! I have tears running down my face. Too funny! Glad y'all joined in TST! :)

Mr. Daddy said...

definitely can not call that church the, First Church of the Frigidaire... maybe more like the First Church of whats happening now????

But, maybe a little to much happening for a tike at church camp...

this story was just too funny...
thanks for sharing.

On Stage said...

Thanks for the laugh! I guess that photo gives more to the meaning of "hump day"!

Hillary @ The Other Mama said...

Oh. My. Word!! Absolutely hysterical! You've got to save that for college girlfriends.

S said...

I...cannot...stop...laughing! So glad you shared that!

Suz said...

That is awesome. I just love kids.
I bet that there is someone at your church deliberatly placing those pictures, an is now laughing.
Was Mr. Nurse Boy in charge of that project preparation? JK...

thanks for the laugh.

I love you guys, you are so genuine.

Kmama said...

Oh my goodness! I'm at my desk at work laughing out loud. That is hilarious!! Thanks for sharing.