I told him a million times not to toss the kids up into the air but did he listen…NOOOO. My husband tossed our, then 2 year old, up into the air in a parking garage. He whacked his noggin on one of the concrete beams above and ended up getting 18 stitches. My husband felt AWFUL and hasn’t tossed a toddler since.
Couple months ago, my memory-challenged husband (who’s a huge fan of your website!) broke the insides of my VINTAGE Pyrex coffee percolator AND just this afternoon…FORGOT he was boiling water for tea and left it to boil dry! 1st photo is before & 2nd is NOW. THANKS JEFF!!
Handmade table, made by my uncle in woodshop in high school for my grandmother, has survived her household and my parents’ household. It didn’t survive the husband “spinning” the daughter. At least he can fix what he breaks.
Hubby wanted to eat the apple pie I had made right away so he decided to put it in the freezer to cool it off. This is the result after he attempted to take the pie tin out of the freezer, where HE put it. Splat.