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A Little Lady Mess

Usually, Little Lady's crib is a corner of her room a good distance away from the window, shelves, and changing table. This past weekend, though, we rearranged it to be a guest room for my family. When they left on Sunday we were all so tired we decided we would wait until nap time to move it back - BIG mistake! About fifteen minutes after laying Little Lady down we heard some unexpected noises. Husbandie went upstairs to check and found this...

it's hard to see but her diaper is covered in about an
inch of butt paste

I'm glad he was the one who found her because he immediatly yelled for me to bring the camera - I would have probably just yelled. 


Butt Paste does not clean up very easily. It took quite a bit of scrubbing to get it off the crib and the window. Little Lady also took a bit of scrubbing; she had two baths yesterday and her hair is still a little on the crazy side.


Husbandie teases me all the time about not screwing lids all the way back on - I think I may have finally learned my lesson.

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  1. Oh my gosh, this happened to me yesterday too! No joke! Except my daughter dragged her little chair over to her dresser and climbed up to get it down. We just moved her into a toddler bed since she climbs out of her crib so we obviously need to make some adjustments. Haha! They are sooooo smart!

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    1. Ha! That is too funny! I hope she didn't leave with too big of a mess - I sure to wish they'd use their smarts for more constructive things :)

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  2. this makes for a bad clean up- but adorable pictures! xoxo

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  3. Oh bless her! She has this look on her face, just saying 'Mess? me? NEVER?'
    great pictures!

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  4. only adorable pictures could come from this. well worth the clean up! :)
    xo TJ

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  5. She is adorable! What a funny memory. Great blog!

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  6. o my gosh! that's funny...glad you will be able to show her these pictures later on in life.

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  7. I'm the same about not screwing lids on completely. She does look adorable and to some degree that's what being a kid is about right? Getting into messes.

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  8. OMG! That is too funny! We could never let our children alone together. LOL!

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  10. Can we see pictures of Little Lady's nursery sometime? It looks darling!

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