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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 11:34    Post subject: He's got the entire bonus room
to play in, nice and babyproofed (well as much as possible), lots of toys to play with.......

But all he wants to do is climb under me and mess with the printer, disks, etc.

I'm deaf now from the screaming. Shocked
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 11:53    Post subject:
Don't you know yet, that toys and stuff are no good?

Marcus is currently fascinated with the bathroom. If the bathroom door is open, he crawls over there as fast as possible.

I don't know what the attraction is. dunno

He gets mad if you carry him back out, and shut the door.
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 11:54    Post subject: Re: He's got the entire bonus room
Molly600 wrote:
to play in, nice and babyproofed (well as much as possible), lots of toys to play with.......

But all he wants to do is climb under me and mess with the printer, disks, etc.

I'm deaf now from the screaming. Shocked


A real genius would forget about these traditional "baby toys" and make little computers, printers, washing machines, toiletries, cleaning products, and small bottles, boxes, and containers of all sorts (impregnable, of course).

These kids are as smart as we are, they're just stuck in short bodies and can't communicate well!!
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 12:25    Post subject:
coachmarkos wrote:
Don't you know yet, that toys and stuff are no good?

Marcus is currently fascinated with the bathroom. If the bathroom door is open, he crawls over there as fast as possible.

I don't know what the attraction is. dunno

He gets mad if you carry him back out, and shut the door.


Sarah Grace wants to get in the dishwasher. Confused

If she's in another room, and you want her in the kitchen, all you have to do is open the dishwasher door, and she's in like a flash.

Has Marcus found the outlets yet?
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 12:27    Post subject:
coachmarkos wrote:
Marcus is currently fascinated with the bathroom. If the bathroom door is open, he crawls over there as fast as possible.

I don't know what the attraction is. dunno


A male thing dunno
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 12:27    Post subject:
My 18-mo old took a hammer to the aquarium on Monday... yes, a real deal hammer left out from a project

Craftsman hammer, $8
Wet-vac rental, $21
Lesson learned, priceless
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 12:29    Post subject:
thegman wrote:
coachmarkos wrote:
Don't you know yet, that toys and stuff are no good?

Marcus is currently fascinated with the bathroom. If the bathroom door is open, he crawls over there as fast as possible.

I don't know what the attraction is. dunno

He gets mad if you carry him back out, and shut the door.


Sarah Grace wants to get in the dishwasher. Confused

If she's in another room, and you want her in the kitchen, all you have to do is open the dishwasher door, and she's in like a flash.

Has Marcus found the outlets yet?


No outlets...but he also loves the dishwasher. If that's sucker is open, he is over there in a flash...just like Sarah Grace.
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 12:30    Post subject:
jrjo wrote:
My 18-mo old took a hammer to the aquarium on Monday... yes, a real deal hammer left out from a project

Craftsman hammer, $8
Wet-vac rental, $21
Lesson learned, priceless


LOL
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 12:34    Post subject:
jrjo wrote:
My 18-mo old took a hammer to the aquarium on Monday... yes, a real deal hammer left out from a project

Craftsman hammer, $8
Wet-vac rental, $21
Lesson learned, priceless


My vote for POTD. LOL LOL LOL
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 12:39    Post subject: Re: He's got the entire bonus room
Molly600 wrote:
to play in, nice and babyproofed (well as much as possible), lots of toys to play with.......

But all he wants to do is climb under me and mess with the printer, disks, etc.

I'm deaf now from the screaming. Shocked


buy him a cheap keyboard at officemax?

kids love pushing buttons. our best toys were childproofed stuff like old phones and keyboards. i bought my daughter a printing calculator a few years ago from office max and she loves that thing-- she wants a real cash register this year.

he sounds very busy. busy busy bee.
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 15:48    Post subject:
thegman wrote:
jrjo wrote:
My 18-mo old took a hammer to the aquarium on Monday... yes, a real deal hammer left out from a project

Craftsman hammer, $8
Wet-vac rental, $21
Lesson learned, priceless


My vote for POTD. LOL LOL LOL





Hayden loves the dishwasher and the toilet, too. I walked in the bathroom the other day and one of my little plastic baskets was in the toilet. Luckily, those don't hold my things anymore and are just around for him to play with, but YUCK. That went in the dishwaser right away....

Good idea on the keyboard thing. But he'd still probably want whatever I've got. He's definitely a busy busy bee.....
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 15:56    Post subject:
how about the toilet paper roll. Whether it is under or over, they all love to unroll it.
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 16:03    Post subject:
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how about the toilet paper roll. Whether it is under or over, they all love to unroll it.


oh ya, that's like a race between the kid, the dog and the cat as to who can do the most damage. Mad
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 16:28    Post subject:
This is hilarious to those of us who DON'T have kids....LOL
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PostPosted: 09/25/03 - 16:34    Post subject:
genie wrote:
This is hilarious to those of us who DON'T have kids....LOL


AGGG it's not funny.....my poor house is under attack....nothing is safe, I can't clear everything out and live in some cold sterile undecorated place but nothing is safe!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! burning mad
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