Well its been a very interesting day.. my 2 year old son who is normally a little bit of a handful was worse today when we were shopping in winndixie this afternoon he decided to scream and throw a tantrum because he wanted EVERYTHING and he wanted DOWN...... not very fun...

My day continued to go that way with him.... he awoke from his nap screaming from a bad dream "not me not me" and woudlnt' let go of me for an hour and a half after he got up . Poor thing....

Later as I'm doing laundry I check on my daughters comforter and it wasn't dry yet so i turned the dryer back on a few minutes later I heard the door open and saw my son throw a pair of pants in there... I grabbed them out but failed to see the red crayon that he had thrown in there as well so......................................................... now I have red crayon all over my daughters 1 year old comforter and on the inside of my brand new less than a month old dryer...... Needless to say I'm quite glad the day is over and I am currently sitting in the hallway waiting for my son to fall asleep.........

My 2 daughters on the other hadn 5 and 6 were extremely good today... which is awesome considering how my son was :) Guess I shoudln't complain too much , it could have been worse :)

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Comment by Jana on February 22, 2010 at 8:21pm
Oh man! Your day today sounds like the majority of mine!!

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