Skunk: Daddy, my tummy is rumbly. *rubs tummy*
Daddy: Really? What would help you feel better?
Skunk: I think we need to go outside and throw the Frisbee.
Daddy: That will make your tummy better?
Oh. my. heck. Where does she come up with these things?
Bear says things like:
Bear: Why do I have to do math? I already know how to do it.
Mom: Because you need more practice and you don't know all the math.
Bear: Yes, I do. I want to go outside. I am tired of math.
You, dear reader, must understand that at this point she has done 10 multiplication problems and 2 division problems for school today. I am not killing her... but she thinks so. I think she needs to go to school and learn that she really is blessed to only do 1/2 a page of homemade math worksheets. The grass is always greener, isn't it?
Monday, February 20, 2012
We had poo in the potty today. Computer Man worked very hard about two weeks ago and got Skunk to tee tee in the potty without a diaper - don't ask, it has been a process of potty learning for this one. Bear was so easy but was also just over three years old. Anyway, Skunk has refused to poo in the potty and asks (sometimes begs) for a diaper for the poo. I can understand - it is strange to have to suddenly sit for these things instead of standing. She is even pretty independent with the tee'ing, just calmly going and sitting down, doing her business and patting with a washie. And today we had poo twice. I love my fluffy bummed babes but this is cool too. Now to just worry about the smelly bathroom for ballet and finding a bathroom at the park. Challenges abound - pro's and con's for diapers and panties.