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I am 27 years old and am blessed to have my husband Brady, as my partner and best friend. We have two children, Parker and Piper, our little yorkie. We are constantly amazed by the joy they bring into our lives and can't wait to see what tomorrow brings!
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Wednesday, February 15, 2012

a week of discoveries

This week I discovered that the worst part about having a totally diaper-free house are the endless trips to the toilet that P uses to stall bedtime (he did this before he stopped wearing diapers to bed, but we are a little more afraid of accidents now).  I also discovered when your child does have an accident after you refused the fourth trip to the bathroom, you feel like a real jerk.

This week I discovered that P had two imaginary friends stuck in the back of his semi-truck (toy of choice this week).  Turns out it was KiKi and Cayman...Cayman is a friend from daycare which now leads me to believe that KiKi is actually Keegan, another friend from daycare.  I'm trying not think about the implications of him keeping them captive in a toy...

This week I discovered we have a drain problem...or should I say a Parker-peeing-in-the-drain problem.   P really likes to take showers and I may have let him potty in the drain once 6 months ago out of necessity and now he gets in the shower before I can stop him to potty before I turn on the water.  I thought this was an only-at-home problem, but he did it at the pool on Monday...shoot.

This week I discovered the answer to the following equation...
spicy brownies (that P won't eat) + Brady out of town = empty brownie tray and tight pants

This week I discovered that calling your child stinky-pants results in the following wake-up call...
"Wake up Mommy!  Get out of bed stinky-pants so we can play with my semi-truck!" (Yes, I realize that you are wondering why I called him stinky-pants in the first place, but some things just can't be explained...)

This week I discovered that when you are trying to scold your child for doing something wrong and they respond (with finger pointed), "I'm sorry Mommy, accidents happen," it is really hard to keep a straight face!

This week I discovered that when you tell P he can look at the animals while you look at books, this is what happens...for the record, I was right beside him...just clueless.
 Oh, and this is what happens after you tell him to put them away...

So much more to discover this week!


Karen said...

Love it, love it! Your posts are a bright spot in my day.

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