Tuesday, February 10, 2009

Why I can't turn my back on my kids


Or, What My Kids Are Doing While I'm Blogging Watching Dr. Phil Cooking Dinner

Turns out while I'm busy being productive, my kids are busy being productive, too. Building obstacle courses that include what they called a "high dive." They reassured me it was completely safe to jump from the top of that upturned bench 'cause they had plenty of pillows around.

Sounds reasonable to me.

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16 comments:

Laura said...

Yep, I see that one a lot and mine isnt even 3 yet!!

The things kids do! :)

Jenny said...

Well, at least they're creative and adventurous...right? Too cute, thanks for sharing!

Jeanette "Frogster" said...

Creativity for sure! Kids' minds are crazy things. . .

Momstart said...

My daughter loves to get all of the blankets out and put them in the floor in the living room and pretend to take a nap

Shynea @ Penny Pinching Diva said...

This looks like a familiar scene at my house. It reminds me of when I was younger and use to build forts in my parents living room. So much fun. Happy WW!

NateAndJakesMom said...

My scene is the baby wipes all over the room. I am sure this is just around the corner!
We are all guilty of this.

Tiaras and Tantrums said...

now that's entertainment

Joelle said...

hehe oh my! So creative.

Upstatemomof3 said...

Perfectly reasonable. :) At least they entertain themselves, right?

Faith - That's Just Freaking Lovely said...

Can't argue with that reasoning now can you? LOL

Tiff said...

Absolutely, Pillows are essential for high diving!

Susie said...

That's quite industrious!

The Mud Bug said...

Looks like something my kids would do, lol.

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ParentingPink said...

HaHa! Love this pic - mainly because it reminds me of my own daughters - they are always getting into something!

SarahJeanie said...

How funny! Thanks for sharing!

Rachel said...

Oh, this makes me laugh, but I'm sure it would make my little sister cringe. You see, we used to tie her and her best friend together and push them off of the top bunk. At the time I would have sworn it was okay because we put a pillow on top of a cover on the floor to "soften" their fall.

She never really got hurt, and she's still the most intelligent of us all, so there weren't any negative repurcussions. :) Your children will be fine. :)