Friday, 22 February 2008

Trail of devestation!!!

That is going to be the title of one of my next LOs. This morning I have spent the morning following Harry around tidying up after him. Firstly he managed to leave chewed toast pieces everywhere, then he found a sheet of paper which he ripped into pieces and scattered all over the floor. He then got into a packet of photo paper and found a mini disc, this kept him entertained for a short while enabling me to sweep up the toast and confetti. Then he got into the cupnoard under the stairs... my fault, I obviously didn't shut the door properly. He decided to go through the drawers getting out colouring books, crayons and stamps and scattering those around too... with his end trick of scribbling on the wall! Once bored with that, he went into the kitchen and emptied the dog's bed, flicked the dog's bowl and mat across the floor. He then found a packet of kiwi fruit on the shef and pulled them down, and probably bruised most of them trying to release them from the net! I have taken a few pics, and think this definitely has to be recorded on a LO. Watch this space.
The prompt over at HS:MS today is 'packet'. One kind of packet we have lots of knocking around is tissue packets. I am sure those of you with little ones totally understand where I am coming from with this one... we have to have tissues in the car, in the pushchair, in every room of the house, in coat pockets and in every handbag. After wipes, I think tissues have to be one of the most important bits of kit in a parent survial kit.
Right, off to finishe tidying ready for mum landing... got to make the most of nap time before Hurricane Harry hits again!

7 comments:

JACKIE M said...

Hurricane Harry looks great LOL I love that second photo, one to make you smile no matter whats happening =0)

Janice said...

Great little packet, my desk at work always features one of those too. Harry has that look that only toddlers can get away with! Great pics, something to treasure for the future.

Janice

Rach said...

What do you mean parents of little ones? I have two big ones and still carry the tissues and a packet of baby wipes everywhere I go!! My other bits of must have kit are sting spray, paracetamol and plasters. Not sure how old they will be before I don't need them anymore ?!? x

Bambi said...

i always have those tissues around too (^_^)

Jemma said...

bless but look how happy he looks!!!

BTW love the smiling with Granda lo - and its a great photo too, only just noticed it today!

Jenga said...

LOL Hurricane Harry!!! Love the fact you followed him round with a camera !!!

Natalie said...

He looks like he was enjoying wrecking everything! Great pics.