Friday, January 22, 2010

A scene from day care


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Originally uploaded by aviva_hadas

(Before the paint job.) That oven door bites... He really like the kitchen, but I think that he likes things in general that are his height...

He is a brute though - he will use his weight to push the smaller babies out of the way of the kitchen (or the piano). This does not make a momma happy... He is starting to push too... Another thing that does not make his momma happy... Argh, raising a baby/child/young man was supposed to be easy. (right?)

14 comments:

dee said...

My heart goes out to you-now you're getting to the really tough stuff and with a face like that it's got to be really hard to say that awful word NO. He's still as cute as a button and I always loved when they put on the "WHO ME?" face. It's hard to keep a straight face sometimes.

By the way, I agree about the cable companies. They are all the same. We don't have any choice out here on the island except for Fios and my friend has had a terrible time with them as well. The coastal storms take out the dish service regularly so that's no better.

Not Lucy said...

Who told you that? It won't get easier until.....oh, wait, it doesn't get easier, just different!

Suzan said...

Boys - I had one that was delightful, shared well with his peers, always cheerful...and then I had another son who frowned a lot, banged around like a bull a china closet, and was argumentative. I adored every minute with each of them and if I had it to do over, I would ask for them again just the same way!

Jeanne said...

What a cutie-patootie! It gets easier when they reach age 18 and go away to college :)
Jeanne

Vicki W said...

Awesome shirt! lol! It fits him perfectly now.

Mama Koch said...

You didn't get the instruction book that came with him?


Every child is different...so enjoy every minute.

Andrea said...

It definitely gets worse before it gets better - lol ! He is growing so fast x

julieQ said...

NO, not easy...just wonderful. Mine was the worst at 18 months...I had doubts if I could really do it at that point. Now he is 24...and wonderful, so keep the faith!

*karendianne. said...

Hey yes. Check out that shirt. I enjoyed reading the comments on this post and you know I don't read comments usually - this was cool!

Mary said...

Nope not easy! I had to laugh a bit because it sounds like he's going to have a strong personality and keep you on your toes.

cindyquiltsOR said...

Well, the benefit of a strong personality is: you will never have to wonder what he is thinking!

I like the strong willed personality, especially when he remembers to say: I love you mom ... after the disagreement.

They change so fast, this too will change.

Rhonda said...

Funny Amy.....to make you feel better...Ayden (girl baby) usually greets everyone by boppin them over the head with whatever she can get her hands on......she is very accurate, too.

GRACE said...

easy, who told you THAT? fun, yes, more than you can imagine, but i'd never use the word easy...brace yourself for the terrible twos, the teenage years, yada, yada, yada...letting them go with the car the first time is excruciating also....thought i'd warn you

GRACE said...

forgot to mention, hope he isn't a biter, now that's a challenge also. my dd had a friend who was a biter.