Sunday, June 27, 2010

My son, the criminal


This little guy might look all cute and innocent but don't be fooled.  This is the face of a hardened criminal master mind.  (according to Breckyn at least)

This morning Emerson was taddled on about one gazillion times.  (yes, that is an exact number)  He plead not guilty to all charges.  He was sentenced to two consecutive terms of time-out followed by a restraining order from Breckyn.  Which was promptly violated after said sentences were served.

Breckyn:  "Moooom!  Emerson is blackmailing all of us but he didn't send a letter he just told us."

Note to self:  Tell Breckyn the correct definition of blackmailing which usually does not include an actual piece of mail.

Emerson is still denying any wrong doing but later that same day he ended up serving a long stretch in the big house in solitary confinement.  (AKA the nap of shame)

Hopefully my pretty little man will be motivated to change is evil ways after spending a little time up the river.  Or perhaps tomorrow he'll find out just how tough life in the slammer can be.

(OK coming up with jail talk is rediculously fun.  I'm sitting here giggling to myself.  I love when I think I'm funny.)

9 comments:

Julaine said...

your kids are so funny. Love breckyn's idea of blackmail actually involving mail!

Mandi said...

That picture is AWEsome. Sounds like life in your "Big House" is a lot like mine. Okay my efforts to use jail talk fell flat.

"Don't drop the soap, don't drop the soap!" (only funny if you watch The Office)

Macey said...

You are funny! You make my day and I've always thought Emerson looked a little shifty!!

Margene said...

Just what did he do to recieve a sentence that bad. Maybe departing him to Grandma House might do the trick.

Hilarious Homemaker said...

Blackmail without mail! HAHA

I remember when my sister took my moms advice literally and scream bloody murder...we were trying to keep her from running away from home and she opened up her mouth and shouted "bloody murder! bloody murder!"

Kids take things so literally. Don't tell them to break a leg! LOL

connie said...

I love your stories. They makes me giggle to my self. Every family is the same and its wonderful to know that we all face the same things everyday as families. And we all keep having famililes, so there must be something wonderful about it.

I Am Momma - Hear Me Roar said...

That is one of my all time favorite pictures! LOVE it! He is way to cute to look guilty.

berg4 said...

I think I would like to represent Emerson on these charges. If he is blackmailing his siblings - it seems that they did something wrong. It appears that might be some prosecutorial misconduct here or possibly some malicious prosecution of Emerson. Emerson should submit a motion to be cleared of all charges, if he needs additional legal advice, I am available for consultation.

Breck said...

Tell Em if he doesn't change his wicked ways that won't be sprinkler water running down his face. It will be sweat from cracking rocks all day. I would like to hear both sides of the dispute before coming to any conclusions though. And as for blackmail....tell Breckyn I will take any kind of mail from her.
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