Sunday, November 30, 2008

Consider yourself warned

It appears that over the last couple of weeks, the science spawn have been creating some havoc. And according to at least one Mommy Scientist, my monkey is the root cause of the bad behaviour. I wish I could say that Dr. Isis was misinformed, but I have been told by more than one person that my little boy is a challenging, busy busy little boy. Plus have you seen the pictures??? Those are just the ones where you can't see his face. Trust me when I say that there are many many more, with him smiling away. Or flashing these big brown which makes it really really hard to get mad.

Seriously, how can you get mad at those eyes?

The point is that if there is trouble to be found, my monkey will find it. Yesterday morning, he found more trouble. On saturday, saturday folks, monkey decided that 6:40am was the perfect time to wake up, happy and full of energy. I don't know about you, but on saturday I prefer waking up after 7am. When it is light out (the sun is up), like a normal human being. Thankfully, I had put up the baby gate and shut the bathroom door before going to bed friday. Thus, when monkey woke up, gave me a kiss and said buh bye before crawling out of my bed, I thought "knock yourself out kiddo". Really how much damage could he do in living room where everything is put away?

I woke up a 7am to my child lying on his tummy playing with my computer sans pajama pants and diaper. Those items of clothing were sitting on the couch.

You have been warned. You have been warned.

10 comments:

EcoGeoFemme said...

Cute!

Sounds like Monkey is a good name for him!

chall said...

haha, how much damage indeed.....

hope that the couch did not get too dirty. And good luck with sleeping next weekend!

ScientistMother said...

EcoGeoFemme - yes he is cute, which is lucky for him otherwise he wouldn't get away with his antics. He has perfected the art of batting his lashes and smiling to melt your heart.

Chall - Luckily it was not a poopy diaper, and he managed to pull of the diaper and pants together.

Isis the Scientist said...

Damn it, ScientistMother! Little Isis took his diaper off today for the first time and peed right on my Naughty Monkeys. I, fortunately, was not wearing them at the time. I may have made my initial comment in jest, but I am very serious now that I think your kid has a blog and my kid is following along.

He is currently in his room crying at 10:30 because he does not want to go to bed. Instead he is asking to watch his Elmo Potty Time video.

ScientistMother said...

Oh Dr.Isis, I nearly spit out my lemon tea laughing so hard. I am sorry I should not laugh, but yesterday morning the monkey typing on my computer. Perhaps little isis and him are concocting ways to conquer us. This morning, I was awoken at 6am by wet sheets, monkeys diaper had leaked all over my bed. I gave him a mini-bath, a change of PJ and then we both crawled into his crib, as I was not about to change sheets at that unholy hour.

Melanie said...

So it's Monkey's fault? Cameron was up at an obscenely early hour on Saturday morning too. I could have cried.

Isis the Scientist said...

Get out of my house, ScientistMother. I too have folded myself up into a crib with my toddler to avoid changing the sheets in the middle of the night. I have also, therefore, been repeatedly thankful for my small stature.

Mimi said...

AH... you have a baby conspirator in the house. Too cute!

Cath@VWXYNot? said...

Well, he definitely keeps your life interesting!

One of my nephews has got away with a lot due to using his cuteness to full advantage. However, at nearly 6 he's running out of time with that ploy...

My sympathies for the early mornings. Mr E Man has been STARTING work at 5am recently, meaning he's been getting up at 4. He's very good at being quiet, but the door locking and car starting up tend to wake me up. And then he got up at 6 on Saturday, saying what a great long lie he'd had... he's now shifted to 6 am starts, which is ever so slightly more civilised.

The bean-mom said...

Those Monkey eyes are just beautiful. =)

And I sympathize with the early morning wake-up calls... At least they do end by the time the kids hit their teens, right?