Thursday, November 5, 2009

Karate Kid

I don't know what it is about the time change, but I pretty much have to go to bed around 7 lately. I have been more productive during the day but I am just completely wiped out by night time. I'm lucky Mr. Ashley's so good about home work and bed time stuff.

The last few days, little kid has been really good. Playing quietly in the play room, doing his own thing most of the day. Yesterday I walk in the play room and see 16 (SIXTEEN!) Tootsie Pops. That's what we left out for trick or treaters, and I guess he grabbed and stashed some. Now that I've cut off his stash, we're back to being connected at the hip. He's lucky he's so cute and funny; yesterday we spent about half an hour perfecting an evil baby face that had me laughing until my sides hurt. He also loves me fiercely. He was going to punch a Salvation Army truck driver in the eye for taking up 6 perfectly good parking spaces, which I may have wanted to park in. I assured him that my parking space was fine, and that semi-drivers are limited in their parking options and that it was fine, really it was, and we don't punch people no matter what, but he was pissed on my behalf and was glad to see the truck was gone when we came out of the store. He's also going to tell a neighbor not to walk past our house in the morning so that I don't have to hear the dogs bark, which would be pretty awesome.

I think we're going to get him a karate suit for Christmas and let him do the 30 day trial period of baby fighting and then buy him some DVDs or something until he's older and I can find a less expensive program, because the whole karate thing sounds a little like a scam to me. I'm not paying $125 a month plus testing fees for someone who refuses to learn to wipe his own butt (he swears he'll learn tomorrow. Every day he swears this.)

5 comments:

Jennifer said...

What is it with kids and wiping? I can't even get my oldest to wipe after she pees and it drives me insane.

Hillary and Russell Jordan said...

haha, love it! I need a lil' comrade like little kid.

Kara said...

My kids had the Tommy Nitro DVD when they were younger. It was great because it also came with some sort of inflatable thing for them to punch and kick.

Great, now I can't get the stupid Tommy Nitro song out of my head... and it's been years since we've had that! lol

Vee said...

I smile every time I read the new term "baby fighting." Thank you, little kid, for that.

Annie Duncan said...

my 3 year-old is all about karate these days, although, I find baby fighting a much better name!