Wednesday, April 8, 2009

(Mostly) Wordless Wednesday

Does anyone want to start an Oh the mess! link?

Matt told me that I'm spoiling Aiden by playing with him every single minute that we're together (Aiden will NOT go into his room and play unless I go with him) and that I needed to let him learn to entertain himself for a little bit each day. This is the reason that I don't do that!



The glitter is now being stored out of reach of little hands!
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12 comments:

Liz (Loving Mom 2 Boys) said...

Oh my...that is a mess!!! Gotta love glitter.

We bought a little hand vac for occaisions like these...I LOVE it!!! Seriously - it was $19 at Target and worth ever penny!!!

♥georgie♥ said...

LOL...yep i see what ya mean...but that sweet face!

Sarah said...

Looks like lots of fun! I bet you will be finding blue glitter around for a while.

jen@odbt said...

Oh boy! That's why I can't do crafts. On what Matt said, I have to agree. My oldest has the hardest time with alone time. Now that the glitter is hidden you can try giving him more alone time. It will help when baby arrives.

MaryAnne said...

That's why we don't own glitter - it's too hard to clean up. I do leave my kids to play alone, but more often than not they create some sort of mess like this...

Queenie Jeannie said...

Oh.My.Goodness.

You are going to have such sparkly floors........for years!!! Oh well, it's for a good cause, right??

Heatherlyn said...

glitter is sooooo messy!

I was lucky with my first two kids because one of them is my step-daughter and they are within 6 months of each other so they played together. And then #3 always had playmates. & #s 4 &5 too. The age span between the oldest and youngest child is 7 years. So the kids always have someone to play with. That's one of the nicest things about having kids close in age (and mine so rarely don't get along well). I'll keep my fingers crossed that Aiden and the little one really get along. IN about ... 2 years you might get a break!

Ronnica said...

That looks like fun! You're brave for even having glitter in the house!

BTW, the story is up. Thanks for your input! I'm not sure I used "trangenic" right...but I tried!

http://ignoranthistorian.com/2009/04/frankenstein-and-rock-n-roll/

~~Mel~~ said...

I have to agree with Matt...Aiden will have to learn to entertain himself when baby arrives...but it's hard not to spoil our babies!

That last pic with the grin on his face...absolutely priceless.

Carissa(GoodnCrazy) said...

Okay.. now you REALLY stood there and photographed THAT... oh my.. nooooo!

Tiff said...

And it takes forever to completely get rid of it. LOL

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Staci said...

lol! I can only imagine all the places you found blue glitter!