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Death by Toddler: Second Edition

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Pardon me why I go take a shower to get the garlic, oregano, cilantro and slew of spices we never use, out of my eyes.

In “Death by Toddler: Second Addition” this morning, I bring you “2 year old that learns to stand on his toys to reach pushed back from the counter items for his own pleasure” pictures.

CAUGHT RED HANDED!

I never figured a police officer for a con.

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And since the damage was already done, here are some pictures so you can relate.

spills

Hhim using the Windex to “clean it up” was the icing on the cake. He got that from the inside of the sink.  There were a lot of “wet” spices too.

Which enhanced the kitchen aroma.

More from the scene of the crime.

scene

policecar

spices

 And this was a lot worse than it looks like on film. All the grainy little spices. UGG.

Will there EVER be a time that I can walk out of the room/not follow him around/use the bathroom/take a phone call without having to put a straight jacket on this child?

You know how they run all those pregnancy shows and give a teenager a “fake” baby that cries?

Give them a real one.

~Trisha

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  1. Bless your heart! He is such a character! You know he is super smart and that is one reason that he is so curious and gets into everything. I know it doesn’t make it any easier! My second one was like that and folks used to tell me that although she was a tough toddler, she would be awesome as an older kid because she is so independent and it has proven true….but that doesn’t make it any easier on you now! Hang in there. You are a terrific Mom and it is unfair that you have to clean up all of that spice mess now. Ugh…this did make for a pretty entertaining post! Some of my best posts are the one that come right out of my own manic household like the one I wrote yesterday called “Sometimes a Mom Has to Sprain An Ankle to Slow Down” as that was my weekend. Hang in there with your super adorable and super smart little boy!!

  2. THIS is why kids are expensive! They destroy all your food and you have to replace them. ;)

  3. He certainly is creative…mischievously. LOL

  4. Oh dear. What a mess. I do not miss toddler days. And those ride-on toys, yeah weren’t in my home long and if they were I had them put up. Zoe climbed on a dresser with her ride-on car once and almost flipped and hit her head. Funny that he was in clean up mode

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