My two-year-old’s favorite expression these days is NO FAIR! Really, it just isn’t fair when Mommy insists that raw eggs aren’t the best toys. I’ve caught him playing with the eggs on numerous occasions now, and…pardon the pun…I have to walk on egg shells to get them away from him without upsetting him…so that none of the eggs get broken in the process. I’m just glad his hands are steady enough that he’s been able to remove the cartons from the refrigerator without dropping them, so far….
He’s wearing the same shirt, but this (at left) is actually a different day (notice the hair cut) of egg fun. He just really loves those eggs! This new hobby of his does make me just a wee bit nervous, I really must say.
I don’t always take pictures when I catch him being naughty, but still, I hope I’m not sending a conflicting message. Mom’s nervous and/or mad about what I’m doing/I’ve done, yet she’s taking pictures…huh?
It’s definitely NO FAIR! when he gets in BIG trouble for completely trashing the play room.
If it’s not completely obvious in this picture, he removed every single book and every single toy from every single basket, totally emptying the entire bookcase. It probably took him all of five minutes to make this mess, but it took his four-year-old brother and me over an hour to clean it all up.
And of course it’s NO FAIR! when Mommy thwarts his attempt to slice himself a piece of leftover birthday cake.
He doesn’t think it’s fair that I make him wear clothes, either. If it didn’t violate my standards of care and decency I would post some really cute pictures of him getting into trouble in the buff as well.
This little guy is a mischievous one, and he’s giving me a run for my money, literally…
The other day, in an effort to deliberately provoke me, he ran off with my debit card and hid it (luckily, I found it later in the refrigerator vegetable drawer, as I was making dinner).