And we played chase, until my book was safe.
Saturday, February 18, 2012
Thursday, February 16, 2012
I spent the morning warning him when we went to Target, he will not get a toy. I explained that toys cost money, and we can't spend that money everyday on toys.
I pick him up from school, he gets in car and says, "mommy, you have money?"
"yes, sweetie, a little."
"like 5, 10, 16?"
"daddy have a little too?"
"a little, yes"
"yay!! I can have toy!"
Friday, February 10, 2012
Tuesday, February 7, 2012
Bryce and I were playing memory. He kept telling me the phone and monkey match. After trying to convince him thy do not- he pointed out the phone had a tiny picture of the monkey on it. He wins. This is not looking good for my future, or his teachers.
Sunday, February 5, 2012
We walked into Target today, Jason Wu line was out! But, while I am figuring out what I can justify, Bryce throws himself on the floor. Why? Because he wants shoes. He starts saying, "ouch, they hurt, my feet hurt! Shoes hurt! Need new shoes!" (I bought these shoes a week ago and he has worn them with no complaint ever since) So, we go to the shoes and pick out some more. I mean, what else could I do. I was already getting the disapproving evil eye from other shoppers. Then he refused to walk, and I refused to carry him. He is 40+ pounds- yes, barely 3 years old. So I put him in the cart. As soon as he got the shoes, he smiles and says, " tank you mommy. Do u love me?" Seriously? I must or I would have left your a*s barefoot while I kept shopping! For the record- this is not the first time he has pulled the "my shoes hurt" trick to get a new pair. But really? You can't not get a new pair, the entire store can hear him, and you can't claim money problems when you are buying yourself guest designer shirts you must have, need or not.