I admit it I have a little mischeivous streak in me. It must be so, because I get such a kick out of watching mischievous children. Other people’s own naturally. I also take great joy in seeing children as mischievous and rambunctiuos as my own. I find my self giggling when I see how the parents are trying to handle the situation.Recently while at the bank there was this little girl about 5 years old and as tiny as could be, BUT boy was she loud and wriggly. Her auntie was having a hard time trying to contain the mischief, because some how her attempts at swatting her to stop turned into a great ole game of who can slap last, before I pull your hair. All amidst wild uncontrollable laughter. Now we were in the bank, where it is usually very reserved and quiet.The little girl’s mother who happened to be in front of me in the line turned around and gave her the Mummy glare. It was hilarious to witness, because I so remembered the glare that my mother would shoot down on us girls if we happened to be too naughty in public. Honestly, we were never naughty in public because our mother would never allow it. The glare use to be blinding LOL. The little girl in the bank was no different– at first she defiantly ignored her mother and then she sheepishly and quietly made her way to her mother. Who the good mother that she was, gave her a swat on her butt and a kiss on the head.My daughter thinks my Mummy glare is the most hilarious thing in the world. So does my son to a certain extent, but he takes heed to it though… my daughter she has no fear!Some of my favourite mischievous sightings:-Puddle jumpingPillow fighting after light outJumping on bed after being expressly told not to!Sneaking candy into the shopping cart when Mummy’s not lookingStealing icing from someelses birthday cakeSo what are some of your favourite mischievous moments or best remembered Mummy glare moments?