We realized that on a daily basis we are saying some pretty funny things. Zen is definitely an active toddler. He is full of joy and life and loves to be chased. One day, after a very funny “He’s a rainbow again!” My kids and I sat down and wrote out everything said in a day’s time. That’s right, this is all just one day. This is not a complaint at all. We love our toddler and his antics, even when Momma gets frustrated and tired. This is a small season and this post will be a treasured memory for us. I hope you enjoy it.
Off the table, Buddy!
Who left the markers out where the baby could get them! He looks like a rainbow!
Stop eating playdoh!
Don’t pull the dog’s tail!
Can someone help me pick up all this Kleenex. The baby tore the box apart.
Why are there stickers all over the baby’s face?
Off the table you go!
What on earth is in your mouth now?
Where did you get that stamp? Guys, we can’t have stamps out when the baby is awake!
Who forgot to put the baby lock back on the cabinet in the kitchen?
Why is there a pan randomly in the middle of the stairs?
Seriously! Get off the table!
Oh no! He got into my desk and has all the Post-its!
Quick! Close your bedroom door before the baby gets your legos!
Sigh. The baby got to your legos.
The toilet plunger is NOT a toy.
Why are you on the table again?
Please take a nap. Please take a nap. PLEASE, just take a nap!
I’m gonna get you! (squeals of laughter)
Time to change you diaper. No, wait! Get back here!
Stop eating our Gingerbread Train!
What do y’all not understand about keeping markers away from the baby!
Stop giving your food to the dog!
He’s on the table again.
Why on earth are you carrying the trash can around?
Toilet water is not for playing in.
How did you get that orange? Let me peel it for you. Ew! Come on! Please let me peel it.
Don’t pull on the Christmas tree!
I found another ornament in some random place.
Why are you pushing the chair around?
Naked baby on the loose!
Leave Daddy’s glasses alone.
Don’t put that in your ear.
Get off the dog.
Mommy’s phone is not a toy.
How did you manage to unbuckle the stroller belt?
We don’t throw our food on the floor.
Mom! He’s on the table!
Well, get him off the table then!
But he’s screaming.
Fine. I give up. Stay on the table, just don’t fall.