Anyone want a 2 year old?

Decorating By lanibird Updated 14 Aug 2007 , 6:47pm by DecorateMe

lanibird Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 8:56pm
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She's very cute, and funny. Loving, when she's not in a bad mood. Full of attitude, and..... spunk. icon_twisted.gif
She is too smart for her (and my own good) though. She was smart enough know Mommy was busy cleaning the bathroom, giving her time to figure out the "child lock" (I think it's false advertising now icon_wink.gif
Here's the link to the before:
http://www.cakecentral.com/cake-photo-891103.html
The after is posted below.

Please note that she comes as-is, with no warranty or satisfaction guaranteed policy. No refunds or exchanges, and all sales are final! Make me an offer! icon_wink.gifLL

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mpitrelli Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 9:31pm
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JanH Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 9:43pm
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lanibird, all I can say is OUCH! icon_eek.gif
Your cake is very beautiful; just added it to my favorites. icon_biggrin.gif
When my kids found my goat, I would try to remember that they'd only be little once...... tapedshut.gif

Relznik Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 9:48pm
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Oh no!!!!! icon_cry.gif
I remember looking at your cake just earlier today thinking how pretty it was!

mpaigew Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 9:50pm
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LMAO! I've offered mine up for sale many times! No takers, though...! LOL!

Rambo Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 9:54pm
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Quote:
Originally Posted by lanibird



Please note that she comes as-is, with no warranty or satisfaction guaranteed policy. No refunds or exchanges, and all sales are final! Make me an offer! icon_wink.gif




I was about to inquire if she took naps and see if you'd exchange her for two stinky boys who have out grown them, when I came across this disclaimer. At least you have a great sense of humor. I swear I heard the announcer voice from the infomerials as I read.

Your cake was beautiful, (and the other side probably still is) but I'm sure your little "angel" icon_evil.gif

sweetjane Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 9:57pm
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I'll give ya $5 but you pay shipping....

calebsmom45 Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 9:57pm
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I will trade you a three year old little boy who loves to pour cups of water out of the bathtub when mommy runs to answer the phone. Also enjoys sticking his fingers into freshly covered cake balls and marshmallows among other things. He is also a mmf scavenger so don't look away for a minute or there goes the entire head of the figure of Daddy you spent a long time making for his birthday cake.

foots2 Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 9:57pm
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You are too funny.But been there, done that , dont want to repeat it. Im sure shes adorable though!

GenGen Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:02pm
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i have a 13 year old and a licensed driving 15 year old to rent lol. we always offer rentals lol he's had a summers worth experience working 40 hour weeks at the local fish hatchery (gov't job) plus cleaning and concessions at the local theater and can haul hay! lol.

if you can pin him down for a hair cut he's yours to keep.. ok this last standard applies to both fondly nicknamed Cousin It

melvin01 Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:03pm
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Is your kid Freddie Krueger? Scary!

CourtneysCustomCakes Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:03pm
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aaah I 'm so sorry. I know how it feels. I have 4 little orangutans. My husband had my neighbor over one night and he saw the cakes and jokingly told my youngest daughter to take the corner. When I got home and heard that was said I gave a sigh of relief that she didn't. Fast Forward to the next morning. I wake up and what do I find but the corner torn off the cake and my daughter telling me it was good.

Thank god for little children.......curse the devil for little monsters.

I'm glad it was just a practice cake for you. It was very pretty.

CCC

barbaranoel Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:03pm
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How about a trade - a 3yr old, slightly pig headed (okay, maybe a slight understatement) boy, who LOVES cake and frosting almost as much as he loves bugs and mud (really, not a good combination when mom is baking). He's a really good eater and he's very curious! He can be very sweet and cuddly when he wants to be (something of a mama's boy too icon_lol.gif

Barb

vrmcc1 Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:03pm
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LOL icon_lol.gif
Val

CourtneysCustomCakes Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:05pm
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Gen Gen--- I'm in Southern Idaho...by Twin Falls. I can put them to workicon_smile.gif
I'm not looking forward to that age.

CCC

GenGen Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:14pm
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their on their way courtney! icon_biggrin.gif

actualy i dont mind it too much. with his summer job he just bought himself and his brother school clothes and some supplies. just need a few more things and their set.

mommachris Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:20pm
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sorry this happened but seriously....trim that child's nails! She could kill someone! icon_eek.gif

icon_lol.gifmommachris

iramirez94 Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:32pm
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If she were only a boy... i would take her and pay for shipping!! hee , hee. Way toooo many girls around here!! 3 year old twing girls, 15 month old girl and 15 YEAR OLD TEENAGER (whose brain thinks he's 30)

haa, hee. kids.. they help keep us on our toes!!!

omaida Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:36pm
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I'll take her!! I'm a grandmother of two boys who live 3 1/2 hours away from me. We can keep each other company!! Enjoy her while you can then they grow up and you wish these times would come back just for a few minutes.
BLESSINGS

lanibird Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:51pm
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$5?! That's it?! icon_razz.gif
Freddy Kruger? lol, no. Actually, I think she's what he as nightmares about. icon_lol.gif
And the gashes were made with the helicopter blade from her brothers Blackout Transformer, that she was able to disconnect (not break) early today. icon_lol.gif

lanibird Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:55pm
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Originally Posted by vrmcc1

LOL icon_lol.gif
Val




lol, that sounds like something my DS did when he was a little over a year old. I was making some oven dried tomatoes, and had them salted and draining on some paper towels on the counter. DS was in his litte high chair enjoying a teething biscuit, you know, the ones that get rather gooey? Well, I turned my back for a moment to grab something, and when I turned back I found he had discarded that biscuit, pulled the entire lot of tomatoes onto his high chair tray, and was quite happily eating those tomatoes. icon_lol.gif

iramirez94 Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:58pm
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$10..,. and not a penny more!!!!!

iramirez94 Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 10:59pm
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$10..,. and not a penny more!!!!! ok.. but this is my last offer

one million dollars !!!

spongemomsweatpants Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 11:11pm
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LOL icon_lol.gifI've said it before and I'll say it again:
Kids can't live with them too big to stick in the blender
LOL
It's a good thing for these little ones that we love em. My son once at the age of 2 decided that he would sneak in while I was cleaning the bathroom and proceed to break a whole dozen eggs on the floor, realizing that he was in some deep doo doo decided he'd try to clean it up by squirting a whole bottle of dish detergent on the floor...have you ever tried to wash dish detergent mixed with egg off a tile floor...it was UGLY. The look on his face was soooo pathetic when I found what he was doing that I could do anything other than laugh and give him a big hug.

CourtneysCustomCakes Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 11:17pm
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Spongemomsweatpants--Can I pleasssse use that line. I know I can't live with them and sometimes I want to stick them in the blender.

And all the same I can't live with them, but if I joined them we'd be in a whole heap of trouble.

Thanks for giving me a good laugh, i really needed it.

CCC

SweetTcakes Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 11:26pm
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OMG! You could do what my sister did to me when I was a baby, if there are no takers. Of course. Stick a chiquita bannana sticker on her forhead and sit her on the edge of the front lawn and wait for the Gypsies to come get her. I am sure they can find something to do with her. LOL!

Well at least it was a practice cake, right?

maryjsgirl Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 11:36pm
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Originally Posted by lanibird


And the gashes were made with the helicopter blade from her brothers Blackout Transformer, that she was able to disconnect (not break) early today. icon_lol.gif




LMAO....I am glad you explained that. I was afraid to bid on the half little girl, half cougar!


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smoore Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 11:44pm
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Originally Posted by melvin01

Is your kid Freddie Krueger? Scary!




I was thinking Edward Scissorhands! icon_lol.gifSeriously ... sorry about this "accident". Now repeat after me ...
"Children are a gift from God ... Children are a gift from God ... Children are a gift from God ..." (say it enough, you might start to believe it! thumbs_up.gif

beetle1948 Posted 9 Aug 2007 , 11:58pm
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Just think years from now you well be making a cake and you may need a good laugh and you well think back about this and have your laugh and a
fond memory. I think maybe it just wasn,t meant
to be for someone else to have this cake. And yes your cake did and still looks good.

Cakenicing4u Posted 10 Aug 2007 , 12:01am
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I was just denied my japanese exchange student... so I have a room ready, just drop the orangutan off over the weekend, ok

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