Rex is now standing and NEARLY walking. And we know what that means? He clears everything in his path. I’d like to think that the shelves in my office cubby at home would have been organized if not for Rex clearing the lower shelfs causing us to move our papers and such out of Rex reach. But, truth is, it would still be a mess, just a mess on more shelves. So that’s cool Rex, have at it!
It’s the small things that can make up a good life. Just being with your baby while they do their thing and you do yours. How a baby is perfectly content to play and explore as long as mom, or dad, is nearby. If mommy isn’t there, they cry and race to find you.
I love this time with Rex. We play for a bit and then I jump on the phone or the computer for a little bit and he is fine. My house looks like a small bomb went off, but that’s ok. As long as we are together.
Oh, who hasn’t walked in those shoes… a kid is having a full blown Exorcist meltdown in public. How do you react if it’s your own and how do you react if it’s a strangers child? In this I talk about my my dear friend Christine D. who comes to the aid of a mother’s on planes. Sign, what a love.
Is there a tried and true method you employ? Is it always out of left field or do you see it coming? Vivien and I just had an issue. We ran to the mall to buy stuff for Mark’s bday and she was great. Listening to mom ( as I had prepped her), staying within my sight, helping me with the purchases. But, when we got in the car I would let her climb up and over the presents-which would have mashed them, through the front seat to the back, while four cars were idling waiting for our car to move so we could get out of there. Suddenly, Beowulf appeared.
I was stunned, where did this come from? After a few minutes it was over and we were driving home, but I think I need some lozenges for my throat.
This is one of those pesky parenting issues that seems to know no age. What are your secrets to getting your kids to pick up afer themselves?