I’m wiping down the countertops in the kitchen after breakfast when Leta runs in from the powder room and frantically spits out, “IT’S NOT MY FAULT! IT’S NOT MY FAULT!”
Also, I think our kid is going to make a living doing impersonations.
Posted in Daily | Tagged Leta Armstrong, Marlo Armstrong, Parenthood
Lions and tigers and spiders
Eli sharing his big book with Leta: UBER CUTE
And here I thought one was a total kick in the ass
A blog about cantaloupe
I know, I know, wrong post but it’s a torch lily known as a “red got poker” or Kniphofia uvaria to be specific.
OK, she is so cute ~ and the whole toilet paper thing… Well, at least she wasn’t playing IN the toilet with the paper. We caught our son sitting in the kitty litter box tossing litter up and over his head. That was a great moment!
Monday I found Moanna “ice skating” in the kitchen.She dumped her water cup in the floor and was sliding trough it. She also pulled the floor air register of the floor. AND, before the night was over, I found her standing in the middle drawer of the sink vanity brushing her teeth!
Monday was a hard day …http://memyselfandmommy.com/2010/07/13/mischievous-monday/
The good news is, we all know that bathroom is really, really clean…
That made me really happy.
Also, when I opened your flower picture, all I could focus on was the bug! AH!
Did she… Did I see… Really???? LOL I know were laughing at the same thing, Heather, right before the drumming.
She’s adorable, and so wonderfully vocal. You can tell she’s smart!
She is SO stinking cute!
Good thing the toilet lid was closed.
I like Chuck’s hate expression in the background. Goes nicely with the cuteness in the foreground.
I think she’s a genius! And I am not kidding. I believe she may be valdictorian some day.
LOVIN’ hearing Marlo talk! She is so freakin adorable. How she’s made it this far without you gobbling her up with a spoon is a miracle.
Is there anything cuter than a baby saying, “Co-co”? I used to melt into a useless blob every time my daughter would say “puppy” at that age.
First video: Yep, looks about right. You’re going to have to get a LOT firmer with your commands, er, requests, if you wish them to be followed.
Second video: Nothing like hearing a little one utter her first few words. I’m watching this at 11:30 p.m. EST, and it makes me want to wake my sleeping 19 month old and squeeze her.
Thanks for sharing your family with us.
P.S. I loved the shot of Jon’s feet.
I told my husband that if he’d gone with Daddy instead of Papa, the kids would be able to say it sooner. Now I’ve got proof!
I could get lost in her dimples. So, so cute.
I love the look on Chuck’s face. As if he is saying “My god there goes that kid again. Can’t you reign the human in?!” Love it.
Aww, that is nothing. My sister’s kid once unrolled the entire roll of toilet paper and then put it in the toilet and then flushed. NOT fun fishing out that much toilet paper while your toilet overflows.
MORE MORE MORE MORE!!! I love this stage – when they are just figuring out that words associate with actual people and objects. Also, it doesn’t hurt that she’s devastatingly CUTE!!!
MORE MORE MORE!
What a big girl… I cannot believe how quickly our babies grow up! We’ve gone through the TP unrolling events in our home, and I figured out a way to at least make the unrolling difficult (for now) and cleanup easier… we switch the roll around so when they start to bat at it, the TP doesn’t unroll. Once they grab a piece of it, then all bets are off until cleanup. Rolling it back up is a piece of cake though. Training the family to remember to put the TP on the right way isnt’ though! Eh, whatever.
Enjoy your new home with the fam and making more memories!
God, I have a new puppy, so I guess babies and puppies do the same kind of thing. I have to hide the extra toilet rolls or they end up splayed in the yard. I suppose Marlo puts everything from the floor in her mouth too….
This just made me smile a happy, contented little smile. You’re such a great mother! I know so many people who would freak the eff out over something like the toilet paper. It’s so awesome to see (okay, hear) a mom who appreciates the moment for what it is. Your family is beautiful!
…now if you could apply that same gentle, appreciative patience when she comes home after curfew in 15 years, I’m sure she’d be grateful. Hahaha.
I like the tiles on the bathroom wall too .
your kids are just awesome, like mine
um in reference to your hallway photo, did the previous owners install a dead bolt on the master bedroom? that will be one way for you to keep the kids out when you and jon want to have a private meeting.;)
Both of those videos are so dang cute!
Marlo is adorable beyond belief.
So stinkin’ cute!
Well, now we know your household is an over!
I want to see a video of Leta singing! I’m so jealous; my son just turned one yesterday and he only says “mama,” “dada,” and “snack!” Except it’s more like “Nah!” Oh well. He makes a great fart noise anyway…
That something in the yard is a red hot poker.
STOP MAKING ME WANT ONE.
Aaaarrrrgghhhh those videos make me want a third kid.
well, she’s got the important “people” down in her vocabulary, save her sister. cute!
yeah, red hot poker. they really need to be cut back and divided or they become unruly/ugly. but the name makes it so worth it. and they don’t need much water, if any, so they’re perfect for where we be at and shit.
oh my GOD she’s adorable!!!!!
Excuse me!!!!! How dare you???!! There is way too much cute in each video.
It really should be illegal to show impressionable young women, of a marrying and birthing age, stuff like that.
Please stop!!!!!!!!! =)
Christmas pajamas in July?
I would suspect my husband of having an affair if he hadn’t been home with me last night. I remember because he put our kids to bed in Christmas pajamas with the windows open and fans on.
I’m trying not to complain. I’m trying to enjoy these three months of wretchid heat before it’s 9 months of winter again in Utard.
Yes the toilet paper unrolling entire roll incident – my twin girls (now turning 24 years old) did this a number of times, before I got smart. It is much harder for children and pets to unroll, if hung with paper being under rather than over
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