Monday, March 09, 2009

Conversations with my 2 year old

So lately I have been telling the older children to give the 2 year old some room when she gets into their things, bugs them, cries for something they have, whatever. I tell them, "She's just being a toddler, be patient with her." So yesterday I was in the kitchen and I heard the sound of small objects skittering across linoleum and I looked behind me to see the 2yo pouring a package of mini m&m's through the tube in the paper towel out onto the floor of the kitchen and watching them as they went everywhere in the kitchen and under all the appliances. I stood looking at her not knowing what to say, and she saw me. She finished the package and then looked up at me, "Is this being a toddler?". Well, I guess it is!LOL

5 comments:

Mona said...

AH! That's classic!

Layla/Colls said...

LOL that is funny. :)

Ahmed said...

This is funny.

Reminds me of a friend who told his daughter to always be ready to say "I am sorry". One day, he was having a bit of tense moment with his wife, and the daughter turns to her mother and says: "Just tell him you're sorry".

Digital Nomad said...

OMG...that's funny! I can't help thinking that the kitchen floor must have looked quite pretty with that colorful stuff all over the place :)

UmmLayla said...

I could listen to kid stories all day. That's funny about the I'm sorry. And DN, I'm sure she did feel like she'd redecorated the kitchen!LOL Gotta love little kids!!!