Wednesday, October 8, 2008

2 min

Yesterday, I went to brush my teeth before I walked out the door to head to Target. Emerson was in the kitchen playing fridge farm so I thought it was the perfect time. Emerson LOVES the fridge. The ice/water dispenser is pure magic for her and lucky for me has a lock button. I have started tying the fridge doors closed with a ribbon so she can't get in. She likes to take all the things out of the door and has even been known to climb up and sit on the shelves. Today she learned to untie. It was just a matter of time. Mustard was her choice and painting was the game! Mommy was not thrilled with her art and she can't understand why.
Crocs and pants. (good thing they are the cheap-o $3 knock offs)

Yes, that is sidewalk chalk art. (Thanks, Connor for opening the new holders before school)

She managed to paint the remote.

Her it-wasn't-me look. Hmmm my sister's are at school, this is a tricky one.

I'll blame Cookie, since she has mustard on her too! Poor puppy. Yellow mustard is a pain to clean off of white puppy fur.

She was much happier to be bathed and headed to Target. I guess sneaking off to brush my teeth for 2 minutes was just 2 minutes, too long.


Buzzings of a Queen Bee! said...

Oh no!! I am so sorry that happened to you...I will have to remember it when it happens to me! :)

Trina said...

Oh my goodness! LOL I think mustard is harder than ketchup to remove!

Amy (Metz) Walker said...

I'm laughing but I know I wouldn't be if it were me! That sounds like chaos... I love all the pictures you took! You can present it as evidence when your kids are older and have their own...

Also, your comment yesterday CRACKED ME UP about the eyelashes...I referenced it in my post today, but I'll tell you too. No, it wasn't God, it was CVS for $2.99!

Btw, I love your blog!

Martha said...

I heard about the mustard caper before I read it and saw pictures on the blog. Robert told me to check it out. Is there anything that Emerson can't do? I've always known that I had the smartest grandchildren in the world.