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2006 Jun 24
April 13th 2007
Day 4 – or why you should never leave the room

Posted by D under family

We had a great afternoon. The sun was out after the girls napped so I changed plans and went to the park with them instead of the museum. Lots of other stay at home parents with their kids. Fun. Interesting crowd by the way…

Then the obligatory trip to Starbucks (H2 can say “Starbucks” and both recognize the logo – what can I say). Back at home we played some more and then I made dinner – spaghetti with meat balls; good thing it was bath night :-)

After dinner I cleaned up real quick while they watched the Wiggles. And since they seemed so happy I sat down on the computer for a moment and responded to a couple of emails (hey, one of them was from K2…). A few minutes later I hear an oddly familiar noise that sounds somewhat like something ripping. Huh? “just one more sentence…”

As I walk into the living room both are completely naked (darn – that will get me bad search results again… go away weird people). And one of the diapers that were carefully placed on the floor was, err, “loaded”. No mess. No spill. Just two giggling toddlers who were very proud of themselves.

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6 Responses to “Day 4 – or why you should never leave the room”

  1. Diana on 14 Apr 2007 at 4:30 am #

    You said like a GREAT DAD! Very hands on…………your post today made me chuckle! My girls haven’t tried to do that yet… all in good time I’m sure….

  2. Diana on 14 Apr 2007 at 4:32 am #

    You sound like a GREAT Dad…very hands on. Your post today made me chuckle. My girls haven’t tried something like that yet…all in good time I’m sure!

  3. The Waala Family on 14 Apr 2007 at 7:56 am #

    I’ve noticed that is the start of using the potty.
    Cute post ! The Starbucks comment is funny. The girls know what is important. :)

  4. Lee on 14 Apr 2007 at 3:57 pm #

    Yes, the Waala Family is right.
    This is the second posting of yours during which I thought: aawww, the girls are ready for potty training.

  5. Rony on 14 Apr 2007 at 6:54 pm #

    My girls are doing the same thing. The diaper, not the Starbuck’s! I think it’s time to start the potty training, but I’m fighting it.

  6. donna on 16 Apr 2007 at 8:39 am #

    Lucky for you that you didn’t decide to do TWO more sentences! ;)

    Donna

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