Sometimes, you just don’t know how long you’re going to be.
One of the boys is clearly a very forward thinking child.
It’s good to keep hydrated – even better to keep a 1:1 ratio.
At any age a boy just needs some quiet time away from his brothers, I get it. Snacks help.
I’m afraid to check the contents of that drink box. It’s still sitting there.
Was the call of nature so intense that he couldn’t leave the drink in the kitchen?
All these thoughts and more raced through my mind. Your turn – explain.
10 thoughts on “Cause and Effect”
No, this is just simply a great place to keep things you need for later. My boys like to put toys there, pacifiers, blankets, remotes, etc. Ug.
That washroom is the scariest place in our house. Thanks for sharing!
If you don’t have something to read nearby, you should at least have something to drink.
Sage advice, bearded one.
If he was wearing a stopwatch, it could have been a scientific experiment. Don’t stop science, Jan.
That whole washroom is its own Petri dish.
I once found a half eaten biscuit in ours. I regularly shovel out books. Often, I am heard crying out, “Are you OK in there? Or are you just reading?” This is most often heard at chore time 🙂 I’d dump the juice box and run it on a sanitizing rinse in the dishwasher, and wash my hands. repeatedly.
I’m wishing we hadn’t given up bleach as a cleaning product 🙂
I’ve found that giving up bleach means giving up things, like juice boxes and bath toys.
Yes, yes it does.