What in the world?!?! I thought to myself. I turned and walked out of the room to get the dust buster. On my way back into his room, I saw this:
And as backed out, I yelled for Evan and saw this:
If I had thought quickly enough, I would've put some winter clothes on the Little People that belong to this:
Or written 'wash me' on this truck...
What did I do instead??
I just laughed! And laughed. And laughed.
How can you discipline a child while you're laughing?
You can't. Or at least, I couldn't.
I thankfully noted that it was Baby Powder, not flour, or dirt, or worse. At least it was something that would make the house smell nice.
That kid. He came in and sat on his bed while I inspected the extent of his
He told me, me, that I needed to clean it up. To which I replied, 'Oh no! You, my dear, are going to clean this up...or at least help me!'
He vacuumed with the Dust Buster for, oh, 1.23 minutes. Yea, not much help.
I asked him what he did and he said, 'I dumped it out everywhere.'
I asked him why and he said, 'Because I want to,' while throwing his hands up in the air as if to say 'duh, mother. That's how I roll.'
I asked, 'Should you have done this?'
He said, 'Yes.' I said, 'No!'
I sat there just looking at him for a minute...
He said, 'Well...anyway'.......
(((insert a snorting laugh here)))
Sure wish I could get the video to load...ugh.
I am in for it people. And I mean big.
If my two year old can make it snow inside, in July...what will my teenagers do??
I have to do some research on padded rooms, teen boot camps and military schools.