{Eye Opening}


having a jar of {bubble gum and candy} on your counter can expose a lot about your kids!

those who have restraint...

or those you ask "What is in your mouth?" equals sneaking...

It reveals quite a few character attributes or {flaws}-

it's been amazing and eye opening!

19 comments:

Ruby Red Slippers said...

{That would NOT last the day around here...Maybe not the hour!}

Darlene said...

My daughter would be in that constantly!!!

Caution Flag said...

What would it say about a mom like me who would eat it all before the kids even got home from school?

Scrappy Girl said...

That would definitely be dangerous to have around our home...I am the candy addict though.

~The Robin's Nest~ said...

I've always had candy around my house out in the open my kids whole lives. Because growing up my parents didn't have much candy or goodies around so when I did come in contact with goodies anywhere I gobbled them up and in return had weight issues. My kids though do not have weight issues and the funny thing is they rather have fruit and good meals then the candy or cookies they see around them everyday. My husband on the other hand has a hard time with goodies being around! :)

Robin~♥

Busy Bee Suz said...

So funny. I do the same thing sometimes..one always asks and one always 'takes'!!!!

Lindsey said...

Oh my goodness, that would be dangerous in our house! Garth would eat ALL of it, ha!

Preppy 101 said...

So what does it reveal about me? When I eat the whole thing by myself ;-) xoxo

Sandy aka Doris the Great said...

Bubble gum is one thing; but I would NEVER EVER EVER put my candy Rockets in plain view! Other people might get the idea that THEY could eat them. Then where would I be? Left without an emergency Rocket supply!

You'd better be careful of what's on display, girlie!!

April said...

I'm afraid my grubby hands would be in that jar more than anyone else in my family! :)

Kylie said...

oh dear my daughter too would be the one with the mouth full all the time. At least, I think, until she made herself sick.

However, Caution Flag, I think that could possibly be me too hehehehe

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LuLu said...

Oh that candy jar would not work in my home... nope it needs to be HIGH up on the tippy top shelve in order to survive 24 hours!
xo,
LuLu

flip flops and pearls said...

LOL, I think I would be more dangerous around it than my kids would :)

Ruth said...

Yes, even though my kids are older I wouldn't be able to keep their hands out of there. We all have sweet tooths here. We keep the dentist happy. LOL

Ruth

Half Gaelic, Half Garlic! said...

Oh yes, very eye opening!! That candy would not last in this house!

Mrs Montoya said...

There's just no way that would work in my house. I have one of each of the suspicious characters you're talking about!!

Cherie said...

LOL - I have a candy jar too - I have the sneakiest kids around - they take after me :O

Heather said...

I am so bad - i usually hair spray the candy before I put it in the jars and that way there are no greedy fingers!

Karin Katherine said...

It wouldn't last with me. I would be in a sugar coma. I am worse than the kids. What does that say about me?