Wednesday, September 03, 2008

I don't think I could have kids . . .

These dogs are driving me bonkers . . .the little one eats everything, including his own poop. I couldn't get to it fast enough tonight and so he had a warm snack-- fresh out of the oven.

Then the big one feels the need to steal all the toys from her brother, even though for the last five months she has shown no interest in them. I think she also feels as if she's gotten a great squeaky toy since she goes near him and he squeaks.

Sheesh. I am exhausted. DP came home yesterday after being away all day at work, and I turned the kids over to her. I can see now why the stay at home person just walks away at the end of the day when their DP's come home. The house is a wreck, I can't pee in peace, the noise level is insane . . .

And to think we did this all voluntarily!

*beans goes to find her black and white striped referee shirt*


Jenster said...

fresh out of the oven.


Eileen said...

I am so frustrated with my baby (Daisy) and like I said it is a good thing she is so cute. I take her out a thousand times a day, she still pees and poops in the house. I don't get it, I followed all the rules, now I am ready to just rub her nose in it (not really).

Then her and 80 pound, big sis, Sadie start playing, it sounds like the house is coming down. It is a good thing Sadie is so gentle, because with one swipe of the paw, Daisy could easily going sailing across the room. I just wish Sadie would teach her "sister" to go outside to poop.

My kids tend to disappear when clean up time comes. Surprise, surprise.