On Monday when I had not gone through every activity I could think of and had a resulting bored/whining/help me think of something quick before I get myself in trouble with the authorities situation, and it was only 9 am, I did NOT let my 18-month-old stand on a kitchen chair and play in a few inches of sudsy water. My child is so patient, he would never be bored. He doesn't even know what being bored IS.
So hypothetically speaking, if I was letting him play with this water in the kitchen sink, MY child would be content with the privelege of standing on a kitchen chair, and he would NEVER use the chair back as a ladder to reach things behind the sink, thus resulting in being stuck upside down in the water.
Mmm. Not MY child. (Pay no attention to the suds in his hair. I have no idea where those came from.)
Neither would he ever actually crawl up and sit inside the sink. Nope. That is definitely not something that my child would do. No siree.
You guys are going to be so jealous when you see how great my child models things when I need him to for a picture. Like juice pouches, for example. He always holds things exactly how I need them to be held, complying each and every time. Just email me times and dates and we'll see if we can fit you in. He excells in product placement, as you can see.
Plus, he always looks right at the camera. So, like I said, just email me and we'll get back to you.
Playing in the front yard is soooo relaxing. I can just sit back, close my eyes, and relax. You know, take a break. There's nothing to worry about.
Nope, nothing to do around here, but sit back and relax!!
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