Tuesday, August 17, 2010

Tuesday Happenings

Mental Note - We need to child proof the refrigerator doors! Daddy went to the little boys room today only to come out to find a sweet & slippery surprise!

He called me at work to have me guess what he was currently cleaning up. Of course so many things popped in my head. My first thought was poop! (I am sure all of you remember Luke's poop story.) I was thinking to myself...oh please tell me he didn't smear poop on my walls! Nope, this was an entirely different situation. He had opened the refrigerator door and out of all things he could have grabbed he picked the carton of eggs. He then proceeded to egg his Mother's kitchen! Molly didn't want to miss out on the fun, so she decided to grab the carton of strawberries. She thought it would be fun to smash them with her feet. Sure, it could have been worse. I could have had to be the one to clean it up! To bad I was at work. ;-)

This is totally on a different subject, but still wanted to share. Poor Luke fell and hit his mouth on my bed rail tonight. It started bleeding right away. Totally freaked Mommy out! Bless his heart! (He is my accident waiting to happen child.) He was very upset. He got both lips and his gum. Of course I holler for Todd because Mom can't cope with blood. By this time Molly is beside herself because her Bubby is hurt and crying. She just kept patting the top of his head asking him "Are you O.K.?". Then she said "Do you want me to kiss it". She kissed his knee and asked him "Does that feel better". Of course it wasn't spoken plain as day, but she did a pretty good job. She was repeating everything she heard me say! The whole time Luke was screaming "No Sissy". You have to love sibling love!


Emily said...! i bet he was definitely have some double trouble in your household! he should have taken some pictures...hehe!

Mom of the Twinkies and Tot! said...

Oh my! Tucker can get in the fridge if we don't lock our fridge locks...but luckily he never really goes for anything like that, sometimes a cup of yogurt or the ketchup bottle. No spills yet, knock on wood!

MultipleMum said...

Thankfully no-one in our house has discovered the joys of eggs! That would have been quite a mess to clean up. Note to self - change location of eggs in the fridge.

Love the other story too. Sweet Molly nurturing her twin brother only to be rejected-sounds sadly familiar. The Minx's efforts are equally thwarted at our place.

MandyE (Twin Trials and Triumphs) said...

Oh, I shudder at the mere thought of that mess!!! But what a nice little treat that Daddy got to deal with it instead of you! (And here's hoping that Daddy doesn't read the comments on your blog...he might not appreciate all your bloggy friends...HA!)