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Thursday, March 10, 2011

Peace and Quiet & Day 66. 299 Days Left.

I love peace and quiet.

It allows the opportunity to cook dinner, unload the dishwasher, fold a load of laundry or vacuum the house. It gives us a brief moment of not hearing “mommy, mommy, mommy” repeated until all meaning is lost or having to listen to whining, bickering, screaming or crying.

Yes, I love peace and quiet.

What I don’t love is cleaning up after peace and quiet.


Day 66



Life by Cynthia said...

Thanks for posting these pics...Yep! That's going to be what my son will be doing SOON. Very SOON! He's a crawling machine & loves to play under our dining room table and mess with our entertainment center - SO FAR that is all he is into. Lesson: I should enjoy the peace & quiet now. Cynthia

Skye said...

Ahhhh! The photo of Jackson with all the paint all over him and the floor is crazy! LOL! Then I scroll down to see the others - omg - just too funny! My day is coming... I know it.

Amber said...

Look how proud he looks with his wet little face! He's thinking, "Well, lookit what I can do!" Too cute!

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Becky said...

Ah so true! Peace and Quiet comes at a price :)

Alicia Stucky said...

That is so hilariously true! I dread peace and quiet from a three year old. I would love to get pictures of my son in the middle of his quiet time chaos so that in later years when Mothers Day rolls around and he's got a job, I'll start reminding him of what a terror he put me through and how I could really use a pretty diamond necklace to make up for it ;-P

Life by Cynthia said...

Ok, I didn't quite get it at first...Newbie Mom that I am. FEAR the aftermath of the "peace & quiet". Duh. Man, I've got a lot to learn.

Meg said...

yes, with toddlers there is the scary quiet- when they accomplish everything your son has.