Last Sunday night I climbed into bed expecting to go right to sleep. Then I pulled the covers back and found a pethora of shit.
Not actual shit, but a ton of stuff that my two year old had planted there while my husband slept, and he was supposed to be sleeping. Little did I know my husband let him come into the bedroom, and he left behind a trail.
I found two matchbox cars, a fire truck, my chapstick with the cap missing and a bite taken out of it, puzzle pieces, the Shrek DVD, a reptile, and a damn partridge in a pear tree. No lie!
Of course I thought to myself — I cannot be the only mother of a toddler that has found crap like this laying in her bed when she goes to jump in for the night, so I put a call out to readers for their funny items, and of course included a couple of my own from the past week, as well as blasts from the past!
I want you guys to comment with the funniest/strangest stuff your kids have hid in your bed too!
I find it hysterical to know I am not the only one out there with toddlers who are sneaky!
This was a reality for Jamie. Her daughter told her she was "saving it for later!"
Silly Kids! Photo Credit: Flickr
You heard me right! Rocks!
Earlier in the year I was working on a craft project with the kids that included rocks we collected at the beach.
Well a couple of those ended up in my bed! Photo Credit: Flickr
The ones your toddler figured out how to put on silent and hid right by your feet.
So you finally find it with 60 missed calls, a dozen text messages, and something that appears to be cheese stuck to it?
Photo Credit: Flickr
I get the icky creeps just thinking about it! Photo Credit: Flickr
A used bandaid. You know it has happened to you before too.
Toddler in question gets into your bed with a bandaid on... and leaves without the bandaid.
Only for you to wake up the next morning with a random used bandaid stuck to you in some random spot.
Submitted by Dee! Photo Credit: Flickr
Or even the kind of grossness the gooey inside would leave!
Submitted by Nicole Photo Credit: Flickr
This one was submitted by @YEGMAMA on twitter and I couldn't help but laugh.
Maybe the kids wanted to play Star Wars? Photo Credit: Flickr
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