Tuesday, December 22, 2009

What is happening, this very minute...

...the kids have gotten into the baby wipes and are using them to clean the TV, the windows, and the file cabinet. I'm not stopping them.

...baby Drew is learning the fact that is is difficult to put all your weight on one side of a plastic toy bin, as you will tip it over and fall in.

...Grant just discovered that if you put your cereal cup in a dump truck on the couch, Drew will still find it and eat it.

...Drew just learned that the bigger kids get tastier cereal than he does.

...Grant just tried to "gently guide" Drew by placing his hands tightly around Drew's neck and pulling.

...Grant is in time-out.

...Ben is creating a Lego-dinosaur.

...I am marveling the fact that I was able to turn a post about nothing into an actual blog post, but I'm wondering if it is at all interesting. I'm guessing it's not. I don't have any other ideas right now, so this is going to have to be good enough for today.

...Grant is trying to peek over the edge of the couch to watch The Polar Express while he is in time out. I keep looking at him, he keeps flinching and dropping to his knees since he knows he cannot watch TV while in the naughty spot.

...Grant is just about to go to his room.

...Drew is exercising his love of learning by eating a board book.

...Ben's still building a dinosaur, but now he's adding a chair and a man to ride it. The man just fell off. The dinosaur ate the man.

...Drew just discover the fact that the fence does not completely surround the Christmas tree, and that it only reaches the edge of the couch. He now knows that he can force his little self between the couch and the fence and get to the tree.

...I gotta go.


DJan said...

When you get back from putting the Christmas tree back together, I can tell you that it takes talent to write funny things about your family, even though they REALLY ARE funny! I'm telling you, there's a book here.

MamaOtwins+1 said...

That was a great post - I loved every line of it, especially the end. I hope your tree is ok!
Merry Christmas!

Snow Mommy said...

He he he....I can just see the look on Grants face!