I just caught little kid in the bathroom stirring up about half a roll of toilet paper, some comet and a bottle of Aquaphor (whole bottle) with the toilet bowl brush (which I'll probably choose to throw away vs. attempt to clean), soaking wet and splashing in a puddle of toilet water.
Yesterday he tried using a marker to paint on some hot pink pants.
and I know his shirt is dirty, he should be wearing pants and he's too old for a pacifier. Oh, and the clown mullet...I know about that too. The kid has white trash tendencies, there's not much I can do about it.
I just noticed he's holding a marble in that second picture. He's NOT ALLOWED TO HAVE MARBLES. Where did he get it and where is it now??
Jesus Christ, kid.
(He thought that was his name up until just recently...)
Plus there is a dead fly on the floor right in front of him waiting tobe eaten! jeeeeez, not as bad me and my code adam son (stevie) Have to call 911 ever to say you can't find him yet?
That's a mosquito, probably killed by little kid himself. He prides himself on his mosquito slapping abilities.
LMAO Trevor used to write on himself all the time.
My son was the same way at that age. I am surprised we are both still here. lol
My all time favorite was catching him give himself whirlys in the toilet!!!!
He is adorable though.
So you think I am kidding that Kate is just like LK. This totally confirms it!
He's is a handful...I don't see how you make it day to day!! I would lock myself in my room!!!
I love it. My children are so WT these days and I don't give a shit.
My favorite part of that post? The marble!!!!!! :)
How can you be upset at those pudgy knees?
So nice to see another mom letting her kid have a paci at the age of 22. Really it is.
If you figure out how to get rid of it, please leave a detailed blog with the "how tos".
Katie loves playing in the toilet. But my oldest, Sarah, was the one who loved to draw on herself (and eventually her sister, Emily, too). I gave up on trying to keep the markers away from her and just gave her a bunch of washable markers and let her just go to town. Whenever she was finished, I'd just wipe her down with a wipie and she was good to go.
I'm hoping he gives it up before he's 22...it could be tough to explain in college.
We just took Katie's pacifier away from her last month, three days after her birthday. She had a dentist appointment, and the dentist had mentioned getting rid of it at her last two visits, so I knew he was going to give me hell for it again. So, I told her she couldn't take it to the dentist with her, and then after her visit, I told her the dentist said she couldn't have it anymore.
She asked about it a few times, but eventually gave up. She found one in the basket we keep her diapers in yesterday, and I grabbed it out of her hand right before it made it into her mouth. I told her she was a big girl who didn't need the paci anymore and I put it in her diaper pail with her dirty diapers. She didn't even make a fuss about it.
At least you can get rid of the paci. You know the cut the tip off thing and they will loose interest? Well I can't do that with a thumb:) I just hope she stops before kindergarten.
But seriously I know I always say this but it is true, there is a readon God made him so cute!
BTW love his shirt
Sweet baby Jebus...look at those chunky monkey legs! Pink marker or not, I want to squeeze them!
OMG...is that a Dropkick Murphy's shirt on him?? My little Irish BIL would love it!
And he's darn adorable (your son, not my punk BIL). :)
Ahhhh hot pink legs, a paci and a Dropkick Murphy's shirt!! Maybe he was just trying to draw himself a kilt so he could dance along to the DM?
I did laugh quite loudly at the white trash tendencies...I thought that only ran in my family!
I absolutely love that he has a Dropkick Murphy's shirt! I think that definitely makes you the coolest mom.
lol...oh too funny...love the fact that he got caught with a marble via picture...thanks for the laugh!
I got the paci comments about my daughter too. But one day we just took it away, and that was it. It was such a non event, that I can't even remember exactly when I did it. 3 1/2 I think? We started by only letting her have it when she went to bed. Then one night she popped it out to drink some more milk, and I just didn't give it back to her. She gave me a look, but didn't say anything...for a week. Then I told her that Nu-Nu was gone, and that she didn't need it anymore. I think she whimpered a little, but that was the end of the subject. (I have to admit, I still have the two she had left on the top shelf of my medicine cabinet. I don't know why I'M the one who can't get rid of them now!) She always had to have several, one in her mouth, and usually two others, one in each hand which she would flick with her fingers while she slept. Really cute.
OMG...LOL. I seriously feel sorry for you when he does these things and yet so amused...I cannot imagine living with him! You could write a whole book! He is hilarious...I know, I know...not to you all the time, but oh the joy your posts about him bring to all your readers...thanks, lk, for being you.
The Dropkick Murphy's T's is AWESOME!!!! I'm also loving the marble!!
I just wanted to let you know that my son who is 2.5 looks like LK's Twin. No I am serious. Very. It actually creeps me out. They have the same hair color, eye color, weird mullet thing going one. And I swear they both have size 13 feet! I wish I could send a pic. You would be freaked also.
I'd love to see a pic! My girl Gretchen has one that looks like him too but he's the good twin. Email me a pic at ashleysclosetblog at yahoo dot com, I'd love to see it!
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