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Tuesday, November 10, 2009

What Jack Hath Wrought

In case anyone was wondering, "Gosh, why doesn't MrsDarwin post that much anymore?", it's because I live in a house where five minutes of an unattended 14-month-old nets you this:



That would be Jack taking his revenge for the tea party and lunch we had while he was napping, and on the bookcase just for being there. I was in the kitchen the whole time, chopping onions and adding them to soup. The lad is fast.

No wonder he's so worn out.

8 comments:

Amy said...

Remember the photos of you and siblings smiling happily with all the disaster in the background? Still, wouldn't trade those days for all the neat houses in the world.
Love, Mom

Karie, the Regular Guy's Extraordinary Wife said...

(maniacal laughter) I completely understand. Whew, those guys are fast. Mine doesn't walk - yet, and actually he does, but only 2 steps then down (boom) and scurries across the floor lickety split. (sigh) can't wait....:D

Cliff said...

That adorable little guy wouldn't hurt a fly...hahahaaha!

Bill E. said...

I would be worn out too if I had to look at myself in that outfit all day. Smoove....

I kid. He looks cute.

mrsdarwin said...

Bill,

Well, you'll have to make an exception, because the red pants are fleecy.

MomE. said...

"I would be worn out too if I had to look at myself in that outfit all day. Smoove...."

Have you looked at photos of yourself at that age lately? You were no king of fashion. Of course thats my doing...sorry.
Love, Mom

lissla lissar said...

Our 22 month old has just figured out how to unlock the computer keyboard. We've gotten some interesting desktop configurations out of it. Like typing in Russian alphabet.

Christine said...

I can relate entirely; I've got three under the age of 5, and I always wonder how a clean house in the morning becomes a perfect disaster area by noontime.