Thursday, January 10, 2008

Okay, I know it may seem that there are a lot of pictures of Jojy posted, but he always puts himself into such bizarre situations that I have to take photos. This way, when he's an adult, I have proof of what a destruction addict he really was. As far as blogging this evidence is concerned, these photos just make good stories.


This white powder he's covered in is cornstarch. I've come to appreciate it as a much better baby diaper powder than the fluffy smelling commercial stuff. I keep it in a ziplock bag with the diapers. Bam-bam discovered it and simply HAD to dump it. You see, he has an illness, he can't see something where is should be and stay content just to leave it be. He must seek and destroy-like a missile. A missile that unfolds clean laundry, pours a gallon of water on the bathroom floor, and throws leftover food as far away from him as possible.
You would never guess how deep cornstarch can get into carpet unless you're the one trying to vacuum it out. He made it extra nice because he also dumped it all over Bear's favorite dress up clothes ( a hat and over sized boots he wears to be Santa) that he left on the floor.
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5 comments:

skcoe said...

If this child makes it to his third birthday....

Is THIS what I'm in store for with Mayci???

(PS Thanks a lot-I'm hooked on making online snowflakes)

Kandis Mortensen said...

your posts make me feel like my son is normal--yeah for two year old boys! They keep life interesting for us! (sometimes a little too interesting:)

Cox Family said...

Wow, that takes me back to the time Akaila dumped an entire bottle of baby powder on our Christmas decorations...the house looked pretty bare this year.

Your kids are SO cute!!

Sara said...

My child the same age is not this bad, sure he get into things and occasionally destroys things, but knowing that yours does this makes me appreciate when mine is being naughty. I'm saying I think you are worse off, but he's a sweet little guy and maybe he'll turn it into something productive down the line, but I can't think what that might be, maybe dismantling bombs......

mae said...

Ha! Ya know what the old folk say: "Some day you'll miss this!" At least he keeps life interesting.