Tuesday, February 27, 2007

When No Nap Nellies Attack - I Nanny 911 Myself to No Avail

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At 2:54 PM, Blogger tAnYeTTa said...


I wedge the door with a towel to prevent escaping. ok is that bad? please don't report me :)

At 3:07 PM, Blogger Sarah said...

I am thanking the sweet lord baby jesus that my children are still both in cribs. I have totally had days like that and I think maybe I need to keep a video camera around so that I keep such a lovely calm tone of voice like you. Im seriously impressed at your sweet mommy voice...esp. considering yours have been sick and you are presumably exhausted as well.

You totally need one of those door knob protectors so your little guy can't open his door.

I hope that you had a great glass of wine or a beer the second your husband walked in the door.

Your kids are adorable...Hang in there mama....and waaay to go being such a nice mommy.

At 8:58 PM, Anonymous Estella said...


I admit it. I used the doorknob protector on the inside of my 2 year old's door. I would find him sleeping curled up next to the door and it would take some effort to open it.

Was Pigtails saying something about her poop not being able to come out?? Whatever she was saying was cute as hell. I'd never be able to discipline that sweet thang of yours.

At 12:04 AM, Anonymous karenkt said...

You are an angel of patience. I couldn't even watch the whole video.
I think you otta let 'em cry it out a little. I'm not a fan of that, except when they're cranky like that.
Either that or just go and hug them until they calm down.

At 8:46 AM, Blogger Karen said...

You are amazing-
I couldn't take it any more and I bought a doorknob protector, cause I was thinking of turning my two and halfer's doorknob around to have it lock from the outside. I decided this seemed too evil, so I spent $2.49 on a three pack (though I only needed one, they don't come that way). After I had it on there, I realized that as far as we was concerned there was no substantive difference from his perspective between that and locking him in. So, basically I spent $2.49 so I wouldn't feel evil - kind of a good deal when you think about.
You, on the other hand, are very far from evil, very kind and the kids are so cute (was your two year old really "promising"? that's hysterical!)
Sweet dreams to all of you!


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