Monday, September 15, 2008

Operation Bobo-Days 4-5 Anger

Since the atomic smasher is quiet at this point a team of unemployed scientists were flown in this weekend to observe the affect of pacifier withdrawal on little boys and their surrounding environment. It seems that the waves of anger and rage caused by the effects of pacifier withdrawal are so intense they can be measured on a seismograph. My little B has scored a 4 a big enough wave of anger to topple buildings and have people in a ten mile radius feel the after effects of his subsonic whine.

According to the scientists my little B's rage has one main outlet, little S. B has engaged in several forms of little S aggression witnessed by the scientists.

  • The cranial tress where he grabs his little baby sister around the neck and drags her through the apartment.
  • The foot tress where he grabs her foot and drags her around the carpet until she screams.
  • And the dermis jolt where a kick is directed to her cranium all the while yelling "I want my bobo!".

Scientists predict that these early tremors may eventually die out. But they admit the reverberating whineiness which consists of sonic scream of "I want my bobo?" and "Why can S have it and I cant?" and the "Bwaaaa ekk eggggg!" Loosely translated as "Bobo NOW!!!!!!" May increase in frequency during the next few weeks.

20 comments:

THopgood said...

ROFL!

Heather said...

I'm trying not to laugh at B's pain....but it's tough.

Mark Salinas said...

Ha! It is hard to keep a straight face.. :P

Kate Coveny Hood said...

I didn't even consider that complication! Maybe you have to wean her off the bobo too. And just be done with it. So sorry!

Kristin H. said...

Poor S might have to wear a helmet.

Brooke said...

Haha! ohhh I remember those days, I had to get 2 kids off at the same time. Bad!

Oh yeah and nothin wrong with purple, just big goofy cartoon on the purple shirt with too short shorts, kinda reminded me of Richard Simmons. hehehe

Ren said...

I am so sorry! Poor S and poor you. I hope this phase passes soon!

Rebecca Ramsey said...

I shall send mommy earplugs.
And a hat for Baby S!
Becky

Vered - MomGrind said...

"Why can S have it and I cant?" That's a tough one. And of course, explaining that he's big and she's small will only make him madder.

honeywine said...

The next bobo operation should coincide with deep illness. I actually weaned myself from the bottle when I got strep throat as a baby. By the time, it's all over you forget you had one...as long as you don't see one again.

Queen-Size funny bone said...

If only he knew this was going to be the first of many separation anxiety bouts.

Chimera said...

Lead boxes. Lead boxes.
Poor S.
One day all this will be hers. (I didn't stop sucking my thumb until the braces (retainers) were fitted and my thumb was blocked. Still miss it now and have to suck other things..bottles...worse. (this is a family show right?)
did you get the goods yet??
T xx

Heidi said...

Poor guy. But I'm sure it's harder on you than on him! :) Hang in there!

Valarie said...

Yikes! Do they have a 12 step program for this??

Veronica said...

I think it took Amy about a fortnight (or thereabouts) to get over her dummy. It probably helped that she didn't have a sibling with one to taunt her though.

Good luck, it is hard work!

adrienne said...

One day the tables will be turned. Wait 'til he has a cell phone and baby sister doesn't...
Hang in there!

Annie said...

Oh man...have you resorted to drinking heavily yet?

Tales From the Eurovan said...

I feel your pain and it sounds tough. Maybe the thought of his birthday coming up will help a bit. One can only hope.
Take care,
Julie

Not Your Aunt Bea said...

Changing my mind about taking away Miss A's paci now...

April said...

So glad to see you're keeping your sense of humor about it!

 
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