Friday, June 02, 2006



7 comments:

Bek said...

Oh MCP....you are doing great. I have to say that "toy timeout" worked really well w/ my daughter. The trick (which you clearly figured out faster then I did) is to keep the toys where they can see them so they get mad and remember that they are gone.

It doesn't work w/ J yet....

Stinks when they love the "other mother" more then you. My kids still go to my friend Suzi to read stories etc. Little Stinkers

AzĂșcar said...

Grandpa is tops around here. I think it's the cookies and the power tools.

I love that we're mirrored right now with these guys.

~j. said...

I love this post.

:: STEVE :: said...

I'd be more concerned with his crossdressing, if I were you.

LuckyRedHen said...

I agree with Steve ;o) My 3yr old (today is her birthday) resorts to squealing tantrums - people say it's the age but...

BTW: my page moved...
http://luckyredhen.blogspot.com/

wendysue said...

ugh, don't you just love when you come back from working hard and you walk in and as soon as they see you they start in. . ."NO! I DON'T WANT TO GO!" Well, I love you too! My second daughter gets up every morning asking if today is the day she gets to go to Daniels house. . .nope, sorry, just boring old mom today.

LOVE the toy time out idea. And love the shoes too! (Even on CJ.--maybe he's just pretending they're his cowboy boots to feed the horses!)

Oh, I just thought. . . I hope he doesn't think Lucy is a horse, trying to get her to choke down a carrot. Yikes.

c jane said...

c jane + c j =love