"kids need boundaries"

19 February 2012

Simon declared during dinner as he wheeled Julia into the kitchen at her new eating perch facing the wall after she did something (grunt? whine? I forget exactly) warranting negative attention.

So as soon as Sebastian let out a little cry, I went ahead and put him in his rightful spot next to Julia because I would imagine that babies need boundaries, too.

20 comments:

  1. Hahahahahaha...oh, that just made my morning.

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  2. Hahaha, this is fantastic. I wish we lived closer, yes I think we would have so much in common...

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  3. Hey, fair is fair. :)

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  4. Bahahahaha, love it! Bet you two had a peaceful dinner afterwards.

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  5. Ha! Well, fair treatment all around! I'm tempted to put my whole family like this and then have a quiet meal by myself. Ah, the dream..

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  6. Oh my gosh. Best post ever. I'm not posting anything for the rest of the week- I'm just going to link to this.

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  7. i might make this my desktop background.

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  8. Haha! Chris always says that too. I thought the baby was a doll! lol

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  9. Just cuz he's the youngest doesn't mean murder (or untimely whining) is acceptable. No spoiled youngests at your house!

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  10. Hahahahahahahaha! I doubt this is the last time this will happen. So funny.

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  11. i have a similar pic of toph and Bronson facing the wall and me eating alone on the couch with the remote control all to myself. best birthday ever!!

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  12. Oh my gosh! That second picture is hilarious, thanks for the laugh!

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  13. oh my goodness, seriously so funny. i should do that with spencer when he starts eating/smacking/crunching loudly.

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  14. I love that pic of them facing the wall. Priceless.

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  15. hahaha, this is hilarious!! i love you, grace.

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  16. HIM IN THAT LITTLE BUMBO STARING AT THE WALL!!!!!!!!! I just died of cuteness overload, p.s.

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