or Connect
Mothering › Mothering Forums › Toddler › Life with a Toddler › You Know You're the Parent of a Toddler When...
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:

You Know You're the Parent of a Toddler When... - Page 44

post #861 of 940
when you get to work and you find multiple stickers on your shirt that you had given your toddler that very same morning for going on the potty!
post #862 of 940
you have to empty the washing machine of the magnet letters, daddy's hat, spatulas, and a shoe before throwing in your load.
post #863 of 940
You have to take the pot holder, duplo dinosaur egg, random plate, pair of shoes and socks out of the oven before turning it on.
post #864 of 940
I can't believe the number of times that this thread has been viewed!
post #865 of 940
This is my new favorite thread!
:
post #866 of 940
Agreed!
post #867 of 940
this one may be a little gross for some but i thought it was hilarious!

dd has been discovering body parts and orifices lately. Christmas day she had her finger up her nose and found a little booger one her finger when she pulled it out. she examined her fingertip with great curiosity and then tried to put said booger back in her nose since that's clearly where it belonged!
post #868 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by galincognito View Post
this one may be a little gross for some but i thought it was hilarious!

dd has been discovering body parts and orifices lately. Christmas day she had her finger up her nose and found a little booger one her finger when she pulled it out. she examined her fingertip with great curiosity and then tried to put said booger back in her nose since that's clearly where it belonged!
Well, I think that your dd is extremely logical. Don't boogers belong in noses? Better than on the wall, which is where my DS puts them.:
post #869 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by Love_My_Bubba View Post
Well, I think that your dd is extremely logical. Don't boogers belong in noses? Better than on the wall, which is where my DS puts them.:
When I was a kid we used to put ours under the table.
post #870 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by Harmony96 View Post
When I was a kid we used to put ours under the table.
Imagine if a dinner guest went to stick their gum under the table and found buggers. That'd teach 'em, wouldn't it?
post #871 of 940
ykytpoatw:

Your dinner gets interupted almost every night to go wipe someones bum.
post #872 of 940
You come home from a shopping trip, LO had been with DH, and you can tell exactly what he ate while you were gone by looking at the living room floor.

Apple peel in the shape of a bite with all of the fruit nibbled off of the peel

Little fingertip sized chunks of cheese, he refuses to eat the bite where he held it

Noodles, he will only eat every other noodle that makes it onto his fork
post #873 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by Enudely View Post
ykytpoatw:

Your dinner gets interupted almost every night to go wipe someones bum.
Lol. I mostly have to smell and wipe poop while: cooking, putting dinner ready, when we're finally all seated at the table and food ready, or when everyone has finished their meal and I am still eating mine.
Bon appetit!
post #874 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by ernalala View Post
Lol. I mostly have to smell and wipe poop while: cooking, putting dinner ready, when we're finally all seated at the table and food ready, or when everyone has finished their meal and I am still eating mine.
Bon appetit!
OMG I'm glad I'm not the only one!! Nature always seems to call for my DD right in the middle of dinner... It's especially pleasant for me now that I'm PG and feeling nauseous all the time...

Kristin
post #875 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by majorsky View Post
OMG I'm glad I'm not the only one!! Nature always seems to call for my DD right in the middle of dinner... It's especially pleasant for me now that I'm PG and feeling nauseous all the time...

Kristin
That's when its daddy's turn to change the dipe.
post #876 of 940
you sing Laurie Berkner songs from memory while all of you are each sitting on potties
post #877 of 940
Getting out the door 15 minutes late feels AWESOME!
post #878 of 940
We had to put an expandable baby gate around the Christmas tree and the entertainment center. (DP did not have the foresight to buy an entertainment center that she couldn't get into.) There is a bald area on the Christmas tree with no ornaments on it because that is the area she can get at.

If DD is to quiet she's up to no good.

I can't use the bathroom alone because it gives me anxiety.

EVERYTHING is a phone, and some how, when she got a play phone that looks like an old rotary phone, she knows it's a phone, even though she's never seen a rotary phone before.

EVERYTHING THEY'RE NOT SUPPOSED TO DO IS A GAME TO SEE HOW MANY TIMES THEY CAN GET MOMMY TO STOP THEM FROM DOING IT.

They're so cute too!
post #879 of 940
Quote:
Originally Posted by punkrockmomma View Post
EVERYTHING is a phone, and some how, when she got a play phone that looks like an old rotary phone, she knows it's a phone, even though she's never seen a rotary phone before.
Yeah, how does that work? My DS knows it's a phone, too, but he's only really seen cell phones.
post #880 of 940
": I am DYING LAUGHING over here! This thread is SO great!!

-- When you pre-heat the oven while you take a quick shower to have your DH come to you as you are getting dressed asking if you have lit a candle somewhere that he can't find. You get that sinking hit you in the gut feeling and run half naked through the house only to find that, Yep! Your 2.5 yo has put your thick plastic pitcher into the oven and it is now in a puddle on the bottom of the oven and dripping down and around the racks! (This took us 2 hours to get it all off!)

-- I know it's been said before, but you simply cannot recall what it's like to pee alone.

-- When your DH wants to join you in the shower but you tell him to go away because the shower if the ONLY 5 minutes you get to yourself EVER! (And even then it's not always a sure bet! There is sure to be at least ONE interruption of a little head coming aroudn the corner to ask you to read a book, undo a lego, (with bread in hand) make a sandwhich, ______ Fill in the blank...

-- When you cannot remember if you actually used SOAP on yourself while showering because you are so distrcted by the aforementiond interruptions or the fact that you are tryin to speed shower before someone DOES come in!

-- When "No don't do that" is the most common phrase in your eeryday language

-- When you get adept and strapping an "ocotopus" into his car seat!
New Posts  All Forums:Forum Nav:
  Return Home
  Back to Forum: Life with a Toddler
Mothering › Mothering Forums › Toddler › Life with a Toddler › You Know You're the Parent of a Toddler When...