Jun 23, 2011

If you leave the room for a minute.......

We went to dinner at my mom's house yesterday. One major pain about having kids is that you have to drag stuff to people's homes even if you're just going to eat dinner. Man I can't wait until we are past this stage of life.

So I unbuckled the twin's table chairs and put them by the door so we would be ready to go when Brett got home. I then went into Mark's room to restock the diaper bag. I was gone for about 45 seconds and I returned to find this sight.



In the time that I was gone, she managed to strap herself and gymbo into the seats.They were having such a great time playing with the seats, that I left her strapped in until it was time to go.


Molly left the fun when she realized that no one was in mom's lap. This made the whole having to drag two seats to my mom's house funny and totally worth the effort.

7 comments:

  1. Hi there.
    Following from the Friday hop.
    I hope you have a chance to stop by and say hi:)
    http://kidzborn2impress.blogspot.com/

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  2. That's way better than when I left the room for 40 seconds... :)

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  3. I totally agree with aninaduren. I leave the room for 40 secs and my 2 & 3 year old can cause all kinds of trouble. In fact, you leave them for 5 and you don't know what you'll find. ;) You're little girl is so cute. I'm a new follower and am looking forward to learning more about your cute family.

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  4. The best thing when they are bigger is that they get to carry all their own stuff :)

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  6. So cute...we have the exact same chairs...well, different covers but we also had to drag them everywhere we went for dinners...what a pain. I invested in some travel size boosters...they fit under any table and are made by Munchkins. It's made dinner out much more easy...I'll email you some pics!

    Have a great weekend! :)

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