This can't be left buried in the comments:
Ashley, I was thinking about you tonight. I have an August '04 and August '06 kid. My '04 little boy is exactly like your LK. Sorry to tell you that they don't ever change. Thank God my '06 is a sweetheart! Anyways, we were at Jason's Deli eating tonight and the little shit reached behind him and sprayed a FIRE EXTINGUISHER ALL OVER THE RESTAURANT. Don't ask me why it was right in his reach and certainly don't ask me why it didn't have some kind of clip or safety device on it. I swear, he didn't remove anything to make it spray. This would have been bad enough, but it gets worse. Yes, he managed to spray the entire HUGE salad bar. They had to remove everything and replace it with new, uncontaminated food. *Sigh* It was horrible. And everybody was looking at us.
Best of luck to you and LK!
Oh, and I swear I was watching him. :)
Hahahaha! This reminds me of the time a friend's husband was "watching" his two little girls while the wife was busy. Did I mention they were in a big event coliseum? His youngest (about 3) pulled the fire alarm...and shut down the event for over an hour.
Ack...I'm not a wiener gobbler so this kind of embarrasses me. Oh-well, I guess I did post it on the internet! God help us if they ever meet. You'll soon find out though that LK will have fun and cause mischief no matter who he's playing with. And forget trying to discipline him. They manage to find fun and mischief in that, too. I have to recommend strapping him in the high chair for time-out. That's been the only way I've kept my sanity. I'm sure somebody will cuss me out for that but it's just because they don't have a "special" boy like we do.
Anyways, I love your blog. I know everybody else loves BK stories but I come to read about LK and laugh my ass off. It's exhausting, huh?
Back to lurking now....
LMAO!!! OMG that's hysterical (because it wasn't me) Thanks for sharing SweetMichelle!!!
Yikes, how embarrassing. I felt like I was on candid camera the other night when my 5 year old daughter insisted on putting the shopping cart back where it belonged at a craft store we were at. As she did, she clipped a pile of snow shovels resting against a display. I grabbed the one that was falling and tried to stand it back up, then another one fell, and as I put that one back another one fell, then another, then I gave up and just let the entire bunch (about 10 of them) fall to the ground. I think I was definitely laughed AT and WITH. And my daughter thought it was hysterical, of course.
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