Tuesday, March 2, 2010


humor5 humorbook2
2 Wonderful humor filled books

 Anita Renfroe Birthday and Encouragement Cards
chocolate woman


 womans bill of rights

Giveaway consists of 2 books and set of encouragement cards.

Everyone is free to enter-

To be fair to all , you must enter the giveaway by:
Monday, March 15th, 2010, at 9pm

There is 1 way to enter:
1. Post a comment on this post telling me your favorite funny mommy moment. That’s all you have to do. I think it will be great to enjoy these stories with one other.

I am so excited to see who wins. I will be using random.org to pick the winner. I will need your email addresses in order to communicate with the winner. If you don't feel comfortable posting your email address in the comment, you can send me an email directly at survivinglittlepeople@gmail.com

Winner will be announced Tuesday, March 16th
Enter Today-


Sweet Tea and Biscuits said... [Reply to comment]

you know I would love to win this ! a funny mommy moment for me- Little ladybug having her famous target meltdown over a pair of sandals-what can I say, the girl loves shoes :0)

Nic said... [Reply to comment]

Hmmm...As you know with so many kids I have tons I could share! But this is a quick one

The kids telling their Dentist that their momma thought he was super hot. I don't think I have been able to look at him the same since...LOL

J. L. W. said... [Reply to comment]

There are so many. I have to say I loved when my daughter pouted yesterday when her sister had to get her flu shot. She wanted one to! This is what happens when your child loves to play doctor. I am so loving your blog! Off to look around some more.

Kim Reese said... [Reply to comment]

Let's see, a funny mommy moment...

With four kids, it's easy to get frazzled first thing in the morning. About a month ago, I was getting the three youngest ready for the day and ended up putting the 3yo girl's panties on the 1 yo boy and no, he isn't potty trained yet! It even took me about 5 minutes to realize what I had done! :)

Chris said... [Reply to comment]

Hmmm...this one was not so funny when it happened...but my little guy couldn't say his "s" sound for years. We went to the library one day and he mistook it for the bank where he always gets to pick out a sucker. At the time, his "s" sounded like and "f", so you can see that the work "Sucker" would sound quite different when started with an F. Yep...he went through the library saying it OVER and OVER while I red-faced kept saying "honey, this isn't the bank, there are no Sssss-uckers here. AHHHHHH!

Semi-Slacker Mom said... [Reply to comment]

I love Anita Refroe! Let's see, funniest mom moment? I guess it was during Baby Girl's dance recital when she totally made up her own dance & sang the song in her outside voice. Embrassing then, funny now.

Joshlin said... [Reply to comment]

My funny moment was in Walmart a few days ago. I was looking through the fabric for a specific color and couldn't find it. My 3 year old son looks at me and said "Mommy why don't you try something else. Variety is the spice of life!" This was after we left the dentist who he told his PeePaw would now be jealous of his sparkly clean teeth. PeePaw had just had all his teeth pulled for dentures!

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timeoutmama said... [Reply to comment]

A few weeks ago my potty training 3 year old shouted out in the middle of Applebee's, "Mama - Poops Coming!" How do you teach a 3 year old discretion?...I'm still trying and probably won't succeed. :) Love your blog by the way, just started to follow today!


Carey said... [Reply to comment]

What a fun giveaway! I love a good book & reading these stories was fun! Great Idea!

When my baby girl was about 4 weeks old I was strapping her in the carseat when my best friend said, "uh, your carseat might be different from mine, but I think that strap goes over her leg!" come to find out I'd been strapping my angel in wrong for almost a month! Way to start out this motherhood thing out on the right foot! ha!

Sharon said... [Reply to comment]

I've certainly had many but the one that stands out the most is during a Christmas Eve service when my twins were 3 years old. The soloist was singing "Oh Holy Night" and at the end as she hit the high note and held it, one of my twins joined in and shouted the loudest highest note he could muster (which I must say was pretty darn close). As my hand clamped over his mouth in total embarrassment he looked up at me and said, "No!! I HAVE TO SING! And I want to sing Jingle Bells!"

Anonymous said... [Reply to comment]

So fun, I would love them! Thank you!

Ree said... [Reply to comment]

I happened upon my spicy little 4-year-old daughter in our bedroom and realized that she had emptied the entire contents of her dollhouse onto our bed, and was playing there... I said, "Honey, this is not where your doll house things belong. Please take them back upstairs to your doll house!"
She replied, "Mom, THEY ARE ON VACATION!!!" :)