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Wednesday, October 29, 2008

Why?

I think there is a disease that afflicts children all across America. It's called 'the broken arms' disease. It seeps into all areas of home life. It affects their ability to ACTUALLY DO SOMETHING around the house. Why EVER replace the toilet paper roll when you can just leave it on the floor? Why pick up your jacket/book/homework/webkinz/wrappers from off the floor instead of stepping on it? Why, why, why, why, why!? Scary disease. I'm on the hunt for a cure. So far I have tried the following--yelling, a presentation on how you actually replace the roll of toilet paper, withholding food, did I mention yelling? I'm starting to wonder if this disease is hereditary. Not inherited from me of course. That kind of stuff comes from Todd, along with their incessant need to talk loud.

6 comments :

Straight Fancy said...

Oh we sound like our mothers. IF you find a cure and can bottle it you'll make millions! Good luck!

penny said...

Love the new look!!!!! love nana's halloween costumes for the sweet babes. Love the toliet paper on the floor------just wait til they start menstrating ; )

Kerri said...

When you find a cure for this disease can you pass it along to my kids?????? Must I ask then EVERYDAY to hang their bookbags on their hooks instead of leaving them on the floor directly under their hooks???

Tana said...

I've always thought that a roller was a huge waste of time. Does it ever get used? What about a napkin holder?

Tillia said...

I think Mothers everywhere are pained by this, I would love to know how to fix such a thing. It's bad when the husband has it to, very scary.

Suburban Hippie said...

look on the bright side... they use toilet paper.