Before I go any further, Tina at Life Without Pink was kind enough to post my question about separation anxiety in her “Tips from the Playground” series today. If you have advice for me or a question you want answered make sure you stop by.
So on to my story…
Last week, Natalie over at Mommy of a Monster and Twins wrote a hilarious post about Mommy-isms, the things she catches herself saying to her kids. After reading, I starting writing down a few of the things that come out of my mouth while managing this looney bunch and seriously? We are even crazier than I thought.
Here’s just a small sample of what I heard myself say this week:
Don’t lick the volleyball.
You cannot wear a tail until you put on underwear.
Whose pee is this?
It’s not yours?
Well who wet your pants?
Is this water?
It doesn’t smell like water.
Does it taste like water?
Well I am not going to taste it, are you? No you are not.
Why does Barbie have toothpaste in her hair?
No it is not blue shampoo.
Barbie’s hair is always clean.
Your brother does not want to eat your fingers.
You eat your fingers, he eats his.
Don’t stand on your sister’s butt.
Don’t stand on your brother’s butt.
Butts aren’t for standing.
You stood on the lady bug?
Well of course she is not moving anymore.
No, lady bugs cannot carry three year-olds, only mommies can.
Take that out of there, your underwear is not a pocket.
If you eat anymore play-doh you won’t be hungry for lunch.
Who taped the cupboards closed?
And my favorite of the week…
Do not tape your brother to the couch it is almost time for dinner.
What crazy things do you find yourself saying?
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