Sunday, March 08, 2009

The Law Of The Toddler

* Murphy's toddlers laws*
*When you need to carry a child they will want to walk.
*When you want them to walk they will want to be carried.
*When you bring the stroller they will want to walk.
*When you forget the stroller they will want to ride.
*The more potential a food has for stains the greater the coverage area when it is hurled by a child.

*The more potential a food has for stains the more expensive the item of clothing/fabric/furniture it strikes.
*A child's favorite one day is never a favorite the next day (especially food).
*The intensity of the tantrum is directly proportional to the amount of people around to witness.
{If it's mine it's mine,

if it's yours it's mine,

if I like it is mine,

if I can take it from you it is mine,

if I am playing with something

ALL of the pieces are mine,

if I think it is mine it is,

if I saw it first it's mine,

if I had it then put it down

it is still mine,

if you had it then you put it down

it is now mine,

if it looks like the one I have at home it is mine,

if it is broken

it is yours. }
*If I make a mess you must clean it up
*If I broke it, its your fault.
*The louder you speak and the more you repeat something is inversely proportional to the amount of information taken in.
*The more preparation time for the meal the less likely a child is to eat it.
*As soon as the snow suit, and all of the paraphernalia that accompanies, is on the child will have to use the bathroom.
*As soon as the child is in the car and the car has left the driveway the child will have to use the bathroom.
*The clothes/shoes you bought last week will not fit this week or will not be "cool" enough for this week.
*The amount of sound from the other room is inversely proportional to the amount of trouble the child is getting into.
*The more you paid for the car seat the more the child will hate it.

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1 comments:

Sarah Sofia Ganborg said...

cute and often true!!!