Wednesday, May 14, 2008

Thief! Thief!

I walked into the kitchen to find Connor jabbering away into my cell phone, which he'd lifted from my purse. Thankfully, it didn't appear he'd tried to dial any numbers... LOL!
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14 comments:

Kaci said...

LOL! He was calling me!! LOL! We had a good long chat and he insisted that you buy me a plane ticket to come out. LOL! He did I swear it!

Rachel said...

We had to give Monkey an old cell that still had a working battery in order to keep him from doing that very same thing ;-)
Adorable picture.

Steph said...

Look at those chubby little fingers!!!!!

Motherhood for Dummies said...

thank goodness he doesn't know anyone in japan!

Matt & Jodi said...

My kids have done that, too. Isn't it funny how they pick up on the "important" things so fast? :)

Valarie said...

I have that exact same cell phone. :)

Jen said...

LMAO he was trying to score a date with Reese. She told me.

Kellan said...

Oh - he is such a little cutie pie!!

Hope you are having a good week Leah - see you - Kellan

Betsy said...

At least he didn't call anyone (except Kaci) McKayla gets mine and calls everyone she can push on the buttons!!

Auntie said...

He looks so grown up using the cell phone. I wish he'd called me!
Love you.

Driving With the Brakes On said...

My kids are total pick-pockets! And thank goodness he didn't call anyone . . . mine have gotten quite good at calling 911.

shell said...

and he's got keys to drive some where too!

Cheryl said...

Hi! I hope you don't mind me reading your blog. You don't know me but I'm Jodi's Mom & she's talked about you a bunch. I got curious when I was reading some of your comments on her blog & so here I am being snoopy. When Jodi's brother Tyler was little & we lived in Utah, he got on my parent's (their Grandparent's) phone & called one of the golf courses they had on speed dial. Unfortunately, the golf course was in Denver. Tyler kept the golf pro on the phone for quite a while--the guy was laughing when Grandma FINALLY found him using the phone. 20 years ago there was no such thing as long distance "included in the package". The call turned out to be about $5! Anyway, GREAT blog!

Kristina said...

How cute is that? And if he's ready to talk on the phone now, I feel for you when he's a teenager. Remember how we used to talk on the phone for hours and hours and hours? Right after we had just seen each other all day at school? How long has it been since we've talked on the phone now? A month? Before that it was probably years. Man, I sure do miss you!