Thursday, April 3, 2008

Bathtime Horrors

Last night I was having a great time with B and S. S was screeching and B was busy eating dinner. I picked up S to give her a little snuggle when suddenly my wonderful little boy was replaced with a horrible back talking monster.

Here is an enactment of my horrible night:

OK, honey please take off your clothes its bath time.

No! You take off your clothes!

Honey, that's not a nice way to talk to Mommy. Now lets go.

NO! You're not nice!

OK enough back talk. Take off your clothes (I loving grab him and begin to strip him...lovingly)

NO! You take off your clothes! Eeekkkkeeee (Horrible ear splitting wining sounds commence) NO NO NO NO NO!!! Eeeeeekkwweewwwweeeeew!


Sweetie now you've got the baby crying! PLEASE GET IN THE BATH !

NO! YOU GET IN THE BATH! Eeeeeekkwweewwwweeeeew!
There is a horrible mad scramble where we both end up getting in the bath.



(I begin deep breathing like I did in labor)

Eeeeeekkwweewwwweeeeew! (Water goes everywhere)


OK HONEY! YOU BETTER CALM DOWN! MOMMY'S GETTING MAD!(The breathing didn't work in labor either)


Hi everyone I'm home!




Oh my!


We are THAT Family said...

I'M LAUGHING SO HARD! Very funny stuff. And I'm sure the image likenesses are accurate :D

Colleen said...

HA HA HA! I laugh because this sort of thing happens to me just about every day. Sometimes I call my hubby's cell phone and leave him a message of both my kids crying at the same time. I'm sure he loves it.

BTW - the only threat that works in my house to get the tears to stop is, "I'm calling Santa!"

the teach said...

Suzie, funny stuff! But in truth I bet it's hard...hope that's not every night! :)

Michele said...

Holy moley, I really needed a good laugh right about now. You crack me up!

Madge said...

the pictures are priceless. especially ken. "hi. i'm home"

i love that.

Motherhood for Dummies said...

ha ha aha h! I loved it!

Valarie said...

You broke my eyes! How funny, kids say the cutest things.

Heidi said...

LOVE it! That is too funny. and all too familiar!

forgetfulone said...

That was funny! Not the incident, but the way you wrote it! I love the icons you used for each "character."

WillThink4Wine said...

So funny, being the oldest of 8 children, I can assure you that MotherDear survived many nights like this and lived to laugh about it, and love every memory.

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Anonymous said...

Yowza. Sounds frightening. That's why I don't have kids.

Oops. I'm wrong about that. I'm told I do have kids.

Gerbil said...

This? Made me snort coffee straight out my nose.

HRH said...

This was really funny. My favorite part was when Ken came in from work. classic Ken.

Person(Also Known As Mommy) said...

You must be reenacting a scene from my life! Well done! lol

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