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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

I can do it all by myself!



So the story behind this is:

The kids were all sitting at the table for a snack of (yes, you guessed it) apples. Sliced cored and plated with peanut butter. The older kids had just gotten home so they helped with the snack. I ran upstairs for a much needed potty break and came back to Scott having spit out all of his chewed-up peels onto the floor! AARRGGH!! So, I got out the vac and attempted to clean up, when he insisted that he was big enough to do it. And he did! Who says 3 yr old can't do chores? ! :-)

5 comments:

Candace Salima (LDS Nora Roberts) said...

Very nice. My 3-year-old nephew and niece loved to help until they find out it wasn't cool to help do chores. I miss those days.

Jenn loves Derek said...

I am impresed!
You have a darling family.
Thanks for visiting my webpage! I hope we too canbe good examples in Blogland.

Sherri said...

It's good to start them young :).
My kids are asking for a new kid's vacuum that really vacuums. They saw it advertised on tv. I'm thinking this sounds like a pretty good thing!!! Maybe I should check it out!

carrie & troy keiser said...

I'm afraid that the twins will learn all too quickly that chores are a chore.... those older kids sure complain about them. kid vacs that really work ... does sound like a good idea ... then they can have it their own rooms and no luggind the vac around the house.... huumm
thanks for dropping by Jenn.

Shellie said...

He'll regret that later! I have twins too. So fun. It was fun to read about your family.