Thursday, April 05, 2007

Wednesday Fun



That was my Toddlerness, 5 minutes after leaving ~l~'s house yesterday. Yah, I was driving, not the best pic ever, but you get the idea. Crash city. Even after being generously dosed with sugar - because ~l~ is truly evil: she gave my children two purple peeps each as they entered the van. Luckily the little purple peeple eaters had so much fun at her house that they dropped like flies in a freezer - the car starts, and eyelids start drooping, and before you know it, I'm driving along with nobody but the radio for company. By the time we got home, the older two were in a great mood, but Toddlerness had decided that she would DIE ON THE SPOT if she didn't get nummies in bed (maynownies - short for "lay-down-have-nummies"), peep stickiness and backyard grime and all. It was an unpleasant bath but um, no girlie. She still sleeps in my bed. I don't think so.

Toddlerness learned about fair trades. ~l~'s toddler is now in very proud posession of a pair of pink Dora boots, and my Toddlerness can hardly believe her luck, as she came home with the covetted green froggy rainboots.

In other news, this morning, Boyness found the condom stash and decided that they would be fun to play with. No open packaging, he just used them as frisbees...oh the fun I'm having finding them scattered around the living room. Tell me again why the packages are shiny? At least it's handy when you're searching for them amidst the kid art supply mess.

3 comments:

~L~ said...

There is very little more embarassing to me than having one of my children in possession of a condom. I mean, blushing, stammering embarassment. I would rather them find my diva cup than touch a condom.

The froggy boots + toddler bruised knees + crash-out = successful playdate! Woot!

When they trade like that I can't help but remember that highly debated NVC article.

*d* said...

OMG SHE GOT THE FROGGIE BOOTS?!?!?!?!

Oh and the condoms...BAHHHKAKAKAKAK
I can see the shades of RED.

Aimee said...

great fun those condoms are! luckily, they just don't know HOW FUN--yet.