Not everything will be serious on this blog. You have to laugh a little, right?
Hayden is very inquisitive. From the moment you open a bag of chips, to the moment you twist the cap off a bottle of water. You may not think he heard you, but he did.
For some reason, he enjoys watching me hand mix things in the kitchen. For sensory purposes, the hand held mixer does not get used around him.
Anyway, pancake batter……..
He loves watching me mix and pour it on the skillet, yet he wont eat it! (After eating it a year for breakfast lunch and dinner, I wouldn’t eat it either.)
So during this particular time, he was watching as I poured the batter on the skillet. I turned my back to it for just a second to put something in the sink. When I turned back around, there was a hole in one of the pancakes on the skillet and a trail of pancake batter leading outside of the kitchen.
I follow the soggy trail through the dining room, living room and lastly to the staircase (which by the way is carpet). Now, my living room furniture is black leather. There were two battered up finger prints on my sofa. *sighs*
I continue the trail up the stairs until I get to the top where I see two smeared hand prints. I am going to take a wild guess and say that is where he wiped his hands.
I go to his room and he is hiding under his bed. I can’t be mad because I know he probably burned his little nubs from being nosy, so that was his punishment.
Moral of this story, don’t turn your back on inquisitive kids!