Monday, September 22, 2008

Sonofa...

Where do I start? I haven't blogged in a while because I have been busy fixing all the things that Jack has done recently. Originally, when I posted my eggs incident, I truly did not believe that things could go from really bad to worse. However I have recently revisited that thought, since not only do I now know- but I can attest that things can indeed go rapidly from really bad to worse. Let's take a look see and find out why I now intimately know this.

For future reference, the following may be helpful to know. Recipe for disaster:
10 lb bag of flour +
curious 2 year old boy +
mom in shower
= HUGE MESS.


Observe:
This was within the same week as the eggs. How nice. Forget that there are starving people all around the world! We are well on our way to wasting as much food as possible. I don' t think we will be able to make crepes anytime soon, what with being out of flour and eggs and all. Really the only thing missing is the milk. I am drawing the line at the milk though. Because I think that at this point it is safe to assume that one can, indeed, cry over spilled milk (and for that matter, spilled flour and smashed eggs too).

9 comments:

smodi said...

All I can say is OMG!!! I do have a suggestion and I hope it doesn't offend you...it was recommended to me when Chris was about 2...he he he...

http://www.petstreetmall.com/Big-Dog-Crate/4314/1719/

JOHNICA said...

First off, I love the fact that Jack gets to run around in just a diaper- that's my style. Second, you should really be grateful that he doesn't half-ass things. You'll appreciate this later in his life.

jodi said...

oh wow. No wonder you were in tears. I like the dog crate idea.

bradnlisa said...

Oh...that's too funny! I have to stick Coops in the shower with me sometimes to prevent the same kind of disaster. What a little love!

Kristie and Roger said...

Did you ever know your mom did the same thing when I was born? With Flour.........ask Nancy or Judi about it....she was kinda a handful what I understand. She got into a lot of things. I was the one who would talk to much said things I shouldn't of.
Blame it on Holly

momof3azkids said...

He's such a busy boy! My 2 year old is precocious, but hasn't started getting into food yet...hope she never does.:)

Karen

ramsudd3 said...

Oh Tiff, You do have your hands full bless your heart.You can get through this I promise you and when you get to be my age you will look back and say to yourself "It seems like I just had this long dream and my children were young" I tell you enjoy them now even if you have these kind of things to pick up after or fix. Time is just way to short and before you know it they are all grown up and It is like a dream. Remember the best thing to do is laugh as well as have a good cry when you are alone. Love Ya, Nan

JOHNICA said...

update your blog..

JOHNICA said...

o an by the way.. I didn't understand the title of this post. I thought SONOFA...is that how Jack says sofa? son-o-fa.. Don't judge me.. I'll sonfa slap you