My kids seem to be more and more in the forefront of my mind and, therefore, my "planned" blog posts. Notice I said "planned." As in, I don't have enough time to actually write anything, but if I did, it would be about the boys.
Sometimes they make me want to pull my hair out. Or install permanent earplugs. But often they just make me laugh. Case in point:
My little Eli builds a "nest" with pillows and says he's a hamster. Remember that post? Well, maybe he's doing it from past history. Jeff is convinced that he was a squirrel in a past life. Here's the evidence: all these photos were taken on one day, and none of them were staged.
Bunny in my newly cleaned-out cabinet in the dining room
Green Goblin toy in my stationary drawer
Plastic lizard and Plankton in my fridge
Ninja turtle in my kitchen pantry (he wants the Oreos)
Spiderman 3 socks in my toiletry drawer in my bathroom
Spidey suspended from my dresser drawer handle
Living room end table drawer full of toys
Not pictured, but also observed ON THE SAME DAY:
Blanket under the bathroom sink
Spiderman toy in freezer
Batman motorcycle with my PJ's in the dresser
Last year he would wedge a Patrick Star (Spongebob's friend) toy between the window and the screen in the living room, and a tiny magnetic Spiderman could be found dangling from my lampshade.
I am not making this up! He knows where all of these items are, and he will get upset with you if you move them. I had so much fun photographing these. I knew he hid stuff, but not quite THAT much! I am considering the possibility that somwhow he really has hamster or squirrel genes.
Is it just me, or do your kids have odd habits too?