I like that it wasn't enough to put it in the toilet...he had to pee on it, too.Off to CVS to get a deal on a toothbrush ;)
ahhhh! nbd, right?!? my younger daughter used to fill up her dixie cup for rinsing after brushing by dunking it in the toilet because she didn't know how to turn on the faucet. I don't know how long she was doing this before we actually noticed her doing it. no pee present, but still ick!
Love your new header!Love your little imp. Keeping you on your toes, huh? Boys are fun. xoxoxo
Jaw.is.dropped. Speechless. Great idea to catalogue this. Wow. :)
I know *exactly* how you feel! my little iTwins (3 & 2) try as hard as they can to drive me crazy.. by, say dumping out a dozen eggs on the kitchen floor, or pouring out an entire jug of apple juice, or throwing all my nicely folded laundry back into the dryer.. I remind myself that this stage will pass and I'll cry because I miss them being little! but on days like these, well, they can't grow up soon enough! :)btw- love the name imp! much better than brat.. which is what I always want to call mine, even though I hate that term!
Such a fun story -- thank you. It reminds me of when I found out that my 4-year old son, Christopher, was collecting his pee in a toy Lincoln-log canister in his closet. How I wish I had taken a picture!
How funny! Lucky you have that handy stock pile!!!
Too funny! Your boys are so precious, I adore reading about them. And good for you for documenting their little lives; this will be a treasure for them one day. As for the toothbrush- thank heavens for that stockpile!
That is so hilarious! Raising boys is always an adventure, isn't it? :)
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