Tuesday, August 4, 2009

Why can't daytime be like nighttime?

Anyone with more than one kid knows what days are like...
  • Stop hitting him/her
  • Don't take that away from them
  • Why are you crying?
  • Who had it first?
  • Where did you put your brother's/sister's shoe?
  • Why did you kick them? Oh yeah, because you wanted to:)
The list goes on and on. On a side note, I feel bad for the CFO. By the time she get home I am done talking. You know the rule of thumb.... Women have a word quota each day and Men have a word maximum:) Usually there is nothing really bad, just your sibling rivalry boy vs. girl stuff. But after bedtime..... it is all team work! I know I am jinxing myself but I can only think of one or two times I have had to break something up after bed time. Now I frequently have to tell them to be quiet and remind Addison not to wake up her brothers. She is a night owl and late sleeper.

We can hear everything that is going on and it is hilarious. I don't see us giving up the baby monitor before they move out of the house:) It is usually Addison who is in charge. She tells the boys what to do. Seems William is the only one that listens. Maybe I should have her discipline William for me:) It is go here, stop, don't touch that.... Talk about mini-mommy. She also tells them to "WAKE UP!" when they are sleepy and she is not done playing. Apparently Jackson got tired of her bossing last night and moved to the couch in the play room to sleep.

Two great pictures of Jackson!

If you think your boss is stupid, remember: you wouldn't have a job if he was any smarter.
John Gotti


1 comment:

Lynn Leaming said...

I just love his rosy cheeks :)