Saturday, August 16, 2014

Commonalities.

Kitchen cabitnets and drawers. 
Hallway doors.
Stove.
Hutch doors.
Desk drawers.

What do all those things have in common? The same thing these do:

Eggs.
Potted plants.
Tablecloths on the table.
Piles of folded clothes.
Glasses filled with water.
Stools.
Dog food bowl.
Kitchen utensils.
Ridiculously expensive air purifier.
And anything, absolutely anything, that can be reached.

Figured it out yet?

The answer is Theodore.

He is in full blown toddler-ville. If you walk into our house at any given time you will most likely hear the squeaking of cabinets being opened and closed, opened and closed, opened and closed...... or see raw eggs spilled all over the kitchen floor or see the dining room table that is now devoid of anything because the table cloth and all that sat on top have been pulled to the ground or towels randomly placed throughout the house because a cup was spilled or dog food strewn about the floor or, most recently, the stove being opened. And you will most definitely hear me and probably all the other children saying, "No sir! You do not touch!" 

It's a freaking mad house.

Oh, and steps. He recently discovered the steps. 

I'm gonna just let that one sink in for a minute.








I
am
so
ready
for
school
to
start.

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