Monday, July 7, 2014

Kids Were Here | July

I would like to start off by saying...please ignore the image quality of the following pictures.  They were all taken with my lovely phone, which might just be the very first smartphone ever invented!  It's not the best, but it's the one I use most often.  So here's to embracing the grain!  

Now off to some of the shenanigans we see on a normal basis around here!

Not sure why, but only one child will eat a strawberry Poptart.  Granted, it takes the other children a couple bites into the pastry (can you actually call a Poptart a pastry?) before they realize it's the dreaded STRAWBERRY flavor!  So...instead of finishing it, they give it to their mother whom they know will eat it since the last thing she wants to do is waste money!  (Even though she wasn't the tiniest bit hungry!)


 Then, there's the window sill that constantly displays random toys.


Finally, we have the toy that's been completely dismantled to the point of being unrecognizable and unrepairable, which was all accomplished without any tool whatsoever!  Seriously, how does one do that?!   All of that "stuff" is supposed to reside inside that sweet little "fake" hamster!  And no, this is not the first toy that has fallen to the hands of a certain two year old, and I'm sure it won't be the last!

Around here we have a four year old who is constantly repairing and building things...seriously, he's about four steps away from constructing his own John Deere tractor from scratch!  Then, there's the two year old who is completely opposite and destroys every last thing...all of which I never thought possible!  How 'bout a little yin and yang, y'all?!


Anyway, if you were able to get past all of those wretched images above, I applaud you!  Now to soothe your eyes, continue on the Kids Were Here journey by visiting the amazing Lisa!  I'm sure you'll be glad you did! (Click here for Lisa's blog.)


2 comments:

  1. Haha, love that your son can dismantle a toy with no tools. That takes talent.

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