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#1 of 3 Old 12-18-2002, 12:13 PM - Thread Starter
 
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My ds is having a difficult time adjusting to our recent move. Lately he has been doing bad things -- and is hard to keep up with. But I really just have to laugh because it is getting so crazy that it is funny.

- He keeps pitching things over the stair railing and into our living room -- preferably things that involve MANY small peices that will scatter well over the wood floor.

- I keep finding objects in the toilet.

- He keeps unplugging things. I have to go buy special things to cover outlets that have plugs in them. He's NEVER done this before.

- Eating butter straight out of the fridge. There are teeth marks in the margarine sticks.

- Eating one bite out of each apple in the fruit drawer and then putting them back!!

- He turned the fridge off. I didn't figure out why all the food was getting warm and soft until sometime the next day (I think.)

Ack. crazy life.
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you're right.. that is crazy.. and funny..

((((hugs)))) to you and your ds

sounds like he is having a bit of a tough time.
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:LOL


it's funny how kids show their anger at things
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