Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Sadie the Troublemaker

I love my little girl. She is full of energy and has such creative ideas and that makes me happy. That being said, let me tell you how she sometimes uses that energy and creative thinking.

Recently she has:

-used the baby orajel to "glue" some game pieces to a new board game. (This was partly my fault for leaving it on the floor in the living room.)

-colored on the wall in her room with a black marker. Luckily, it came off really easily with baby wipes.

-when Rob asked for some lotion in his hands, she squeezed out about a whole cup. But don't worry, he put it to good use by giving me and Sadie a foot massage. I love that man!

-ate liquid soap while playing in the kitchen sink. Yuck.

-found my mascara and put it on her eyes all by herself.

Yes folks. And all of those things happened on Sunday and Monday alone. haha. I don't feel like I leave her alone enough for her to do all of those things without me knowing. I guess she has learned to do things right when I leave the room or something. That girl is smart. :)

She makes me laugh.


lindsy said...

oh man, she and Wyatt need to get together. We could write a book about the things that kids can come up with :)

Carrie Selin said...

Get those gross green blankies back - QUICK! Maybe they can occupy her time in a more mellow manner. And I better be putting A LOT of things up very high - especially the markers (I don't have any baby wipes). This Christmas could be memorable for many reasons and we could have stories to tell about Sadie for a very long time.

Shirl and Bill said...

Typical little gal. How cute.
Watch out Selin household. Good thing only two can walk. Have you thought about a leash!!!no

Shanna Selin said...

Haha. That's funny... probably not when it is happening though. Haha.

Grandma and Grandpa Kevan said...

The boys used permanent markers on my new wallpaper just after we moved into our home in La Grande. I was sooo proud of our clean home and I had never had wallpaper before. I was angry and then I cried and then I was grateful they were still alive...