Sunday, 17 May 2009

The joys of a toddler

Sigh.

We had a great day with family and friends. We started off by going to my Mom's church. Threepeat went with Middleman to Sunday School and within ten minutes, he was back on my lap because he had disrupted the entire class. Sigh.

After church, we went to visit my Dad's grave, where each of the boys placed a sunflower in a pot and I put some pretty little yellow flowers beside them. We then headed off to Swiss Chalet for lunch. Halfway through our meal, Threepeat thought it would a good time to poop. Sigh. Hubster and I took him to the van and struggled to change him on the front seat.

The older boys went back to Grandma's house for a swim and Hubster, Threepeat and I headed back home. Threepeat fell asleep in the car, so we transferred him to the couch and I headed out to pick up some groceries...I went yesterday to get all the stuff for tonight, bought hamburger and hotdog buns, but forgot the hamburgers and the hotdogs to go IN the buns. Sigh.

When I got home, Threepeat was already awake. I prepared a little of the dinner while he munched on cheesies and watched Little Bear (the episode he has seen a GAZILLION times...thanks Rogers on Demand) Sigh.

Kathy and Bruno and the girls arrived at the same time as Mom and the boys and we had a nice visit...we had wings, ribs, hotdogs, hamburgers, salads and Mom made a rum cake, which was devoured. After dinner, the adults chit chatted in the dining room while the kids all went to play. As I was cleaning up the dishes, I heard a HUGE "GASP!" from Kathy in the family room. "OH MY GOD THREEPEAT! WHAT DID YOU DO??!"

I came running in from the kitchen and Hubster and Bruno came running from the dining room. Hubster had left his open laptop on the floor, thank God it was locked, so Threepeat couldn't do any damage to the hard drive or send any crazy emails, but...and oh my gosh it's a big but...he removed every, single key from Hubster's keyboard. They were scattered all over the floor. We were stunned. Do you have ANY idea how hard those keys are to remove? He took off every single one! Hubster and Boy Oneder began the daunting task of replacing each key...we were missing several, so we went on a hunt. I found two in his crayon box, one inside a book and two under the couch. Hubster and Boy Oneder went to bed an hour ago and still have half the keys to put back...sigh.

Oh the JOYS of a toddler! Pin It

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