Thursday, April 16, 2009

Just what do I do all day anyways?

Well, it is exhilarating! Let me tell you! I tell Isaac"No" 100 times and move him away from the dog's water bowl, the computer, the wires that can't be hidden, the chimney sweep grate that he pulls out of the wall, and even the Bible that he actually ate a page out of (well, he didn't swallow it, but it was all in his mouth-Sorry God!) Boys are so not the same as girls! He is exhausting! I have a feeling that I am going to be using my play yard a lot more with this little guy than I did with the girls. Hannah still tested me, but she did it to test me. Isaac is doing this because those are truly the only things that interest him at the moment. Toys just don't cut it anymore. I can tell him "No," move him out of site in another room, and give him another toy. Within seconds he has abandoned the toy and started on his mission back to whatever it was that I told him he could not have.

video

Yes, he is still sick, but that doesn't slow him down. It does make him pretty cranky though. He is keeping a little bit of food down now. So I guess he's on the mend. So far the rest of us remain healthy. Thank you, God!

5 comments:

Sarah said...

That is too funny...I do that all day with the girls too. I just go back and forth sometimes and say, "No, Lilly!" & and then "No, Lexi!" It IS exhausting! At least he is a cutie and not doing it to be a stinker.

Almudena said...

Yeah, I don't think this is just a boy thing. I spend my days like this with Isabella too. Seems like toys are the most boring things in the world. :)

Becca said...

that's a GREAT video
and looks like Isaac has learned early that "man does not live on bread alone, but on [the Word]"!

Traca said...

So true!!! Brooks is twice as hard as Aubrey was - just a typical boy!!!
Hang in there - now they play so well together!

Mary said...

Poor Kelle! I feel for you! Those boys, when they get focused on something, it's hard to distract them.