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    What's the worst thing you guys have caught your little ones doing when it goes silent?

    About 1 week ago I gave my 2 those yogurts in the squeezy packs and said go play. They went into my DDs room. I was cleaning the kitchen and it went silent... I walked In there to find my DD standing there flinging it everywhere, my DS was standing there watching with a look on his face like it was the best thing ever.
    And this morning when DP and DS went to get milk I was on the loo, DD was watching dinosaur train and all of a sudden ther was no sound I came out to find DD standing there with the foxtel card in her hand

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    Um my boys smeared an entire jar of peanut butter though the toy room, shelves, toys, walls, carpet it was all covered.

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    DSD was 2.5, we had friends over for a BBQ and suddenly it was too quiet, when I found her she was just completing a full face of makeup on the brand new cream carpet lol! Have to say I was impressed with her effort, she knew where everything went and it did indeed look like a face!

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    Oh the joys lol a few weeks back my middle son went into mine and dh bed room and pulled all of dh ps3 games out and took them out of the cases and tired to put 2 discs in his ps3 he wasn't happy

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    A little earlier today I was lying down for a few minutes and came out to be told by my ds that he had a surprise for me on my computer! He'd been using iPhoto and made a calendar. He'd been teaching himself how to do it on his computer, but moved to mine (with all my precious photos!!) cause he wanted to print it and his computer isn't connected to a printer. Good thing he doesn't know my credit card details or we'd be getting calendars in the mail!

    Last year when I was pregnant I fell asleep on the couch for a few minutes and woke to quietness. He was quietly drawing train track on the cream carpet with a permanent black texta! It's still there despite our various efforts (including steam cleaning) to get rid of it. Oh well.

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    I walked in to the kitchen to find DS had made himself breakfast, a whole large box of coco pops all over the floor, he had even got himself a chair, bowl and spoon and was happily sitting there eating the coco pops out of the bowl...

    There was also a similar situation with a 1kg tub of honey... That was not fun to clean up

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    My 15mo DS is partial to cat biscuits or stray kitty litter crystals so when he's in he laundry and all is quiet, chances are he's reaching through the baby gate picking at the mess the cats have made.

    Otherwise he's going through my sewing and craft drawers in the front room, is painting with a tub of Sudocream or Vaseline, tipping the contents of some chopped peanuts all over the pantry/kitchen floor...

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    Me and my sis ate every single chocolate off the Xmas tree when we were younger and the way my dad told it (he found us) it was one of those 'everything goes silent' moments

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    It was years ago when my girls were little, I went and did the food shopping and left the DDs with my now ex husband. When I returned, I asked him what the girls had been doing and he replied 'not much, they've been playing quietly'. An alarm bell rang instantly for me but obviously not for him. We went into their bedroom and they had gotten a bottle of baby powder each and had squirted both bottles out everywhere. The entire room was white, their beds, the timber floors, everything...including them from their head to their toes. The first thing I did was grab my camera...yes I needed this evidence for later in life lol. Then the wonderful (and long) job of cleaning them and their room, it wasn't funny at the time but I laugh now every time I think about it or when I see a young child on tv etc that has done the same

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    I was on the phone she "was" at my feet playing. Before i knew it she wasnt in the room and she was quiet. Walked into the bathroom and she had pulled all 80 baby wipes out of the packet, pulled out the dirty nappies from the nappy pail, lips covered in nappy rash cream, dirty washing thrown into the bath....the whole time my friend who i was on the phone with was wetting herself laughing as i was telling her what DD had done.
    I later found out the washing in the bath was wet and found an empty water bottle under the pile.


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