Trouble spelt f.a.i.t.h.

Boy oh boy.

Aaron was a really well behaved baby.

He tried opening a few cupboards, we got cupboard locks and left one open for him and filled it with tupperware and plastic stuff.  He knew that this was his cupboard and for the most part he left the others alone.

He never threw things in the toilet, he never climbed out his cot, he did occasionally draw on the tv or on a wall and he did shove a few straws down the sink drain but all in all he hardly ever got into trouble.

Faith on the other hand…

She is so adventurous, she opens and closes everything, she goes straight for the plugs and gets into everything she shouldn’t.

Including the toilet this afternoon.  I caught her red pink handed with her hands in the toilet bowl, newly cleaned with Toilet Duck (thank heavens I know the bowl was clean).  She threw such a hissy fit when I took her away from the toilet but got over it pretty quickly when I washed her hands under the tap and then got pissed off again when I wouldn’t let her carry on playing with the water in the sink.

I think this one is going to keep us on our toes!

About two minutes after I posted this a turned around and found this!

Juice is far more fun on me and the floor than in the bottle!

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9 responses to “Trouble spelt f.a.i.t.h.

  1. Hi! Having had 2 Boys & 4 Girls, I will Say That Keeping you on your Toes is the Least of it. Girls are Generally more curious & Basically More Intellegent then Boys.
    friend of Matt–Gail from Israel

    • Gina

      Holy moly! 6!
      She is definitely more curious than he ever was 🙂 Going to have to grow a pair of eyes at the back of my head 🙂

  2. And swimming lessons quick! Clearly a waterbaby.

  3. I know she’s keeping you really busy but I do love her enquiring mind.

  4. Bwahahaha! She sounds like Connor. Watch your cleaning stuff that’s all I’m saying 😉

  5. Oh my boys are both like this! Maybe it’s second kids. All our cleaning stuff are packed way above. Oh and thought you might like this old post about babies and things in toilets: http://juggelingactoflife.blogspot.com/2009/02/showing-your-real-feelings.html

  6. i have heard that the second kid is always a handful! I’ve also heard that second pets are also a handful… i can vouch for the second pet thing.

    maybe it’s because with our first pet (or child) everything is fun for us, and we do everything by the book and give them 100% of our attention, that by the time the second one comes around, you forget how hard a puppy (or baby) is … i dunno :p

  7. I just aged a little more reading this post (and I knew what she did before I read it).

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