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  • mdvelazquez
    February 26, 2007

    Three time-outs before noon.

    You’re going to need Calgon by the end of the day.

  • February 26, 2007

    The good news is that by the time CB arrives LB will, hopefully, have gotten a lot of the terrible twoisms out of her system. Plus she’ll be shell shocked from the sheer reality that she’s not the only one vying for your attention and will vy for your attention by being good!

    Sending you virtual non-alcoholic martinis by the buckets.

  • February 26, 2007

    You’ve got company on that rocky ride.

    I’m *still* waiting for the tantrums to subside (no, I’m not making french toast and bacon and eggs at 8am, here’s a bowl of cheerios).

  • February 26, 2007

    You’ve got company on that rocky ride.

    I’m *still* waiting for the tantrums to subside (no, I’m not making french toast and bacon and eggs at 8am, here’s a bowl of cheerios).

  • AmyM
    February 26, 2007

    We had the first tantrum at 8:30 this morning when I wouldn’t let my daughter go outside in pajamas (31 degrees outside!)

    I’m sure CB is trying to sleep now, when it’s relatively quiet.  My poor son will never know quiet around here thanks to the vocal big sister (who is currently protesting nap time).

    If I was closer, I’d bring you a latte and a scone!

  • AmyM
    February 26, 2007

    We had the first tantrum at 8:30 this morning when I wouldn’t let my daughter go outside in pajamas (31 degrees outside!)

    I’m sure CB is trying to sleep now, when it’s relatively quiet.  My poor son will never know quiet around here thanks to the vocal big sister (who is currently protesting nap time).

    If I was closer, I’d bring you a latte and a scone!

  • February 27, 2007

    Kitchen tantrums… what’s with that? We have an awful lot of dinner-time tantrums. OY.

  • February 28, 2007

    Those are the days where I spend between 4 and 4:30 PM staring out the front window, wondering, “Where is my husband!?!?!?!”  And when he walks in the door, he gets a long lecture about what “HIS” child did and why I’m losing my mind slowly.  It was one of those days where he asked me, “What are you going to do when we have 3 kids if you can’t handle 2?”  Yes, he lived after that comment….but just barely.  wink  This is the same man that is exhuasted after watching the toddler for 4 hours…just babysitting, no housework or having to care for a 6 week velcro-monkey.  Thanks, dear….
    Anne

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