My angels!

My angels!

Sunday, January 16, 2011

going crazy

i dont know if its the weather or what. but evie and topher have been fighting like cats and dogs. i am seriously going crazy.  they play so good together but then snap and fight like crazy.  sometime christopher does things on purpose just to start a fight and i know thats true because you can see it on his face when he does things or afterwards.  i wish i had extra money for some type of high impact class to get all their energy outt. this week was really bad but topher hadnt left the house in 6 days. so no wonder he was outta control.

Thursday, January 13, 2011

2 darn smart

Ok all parents do this, we tell our kids around Christmas be good or you'll be on the naughty list and Santa won't bring you any presents!  I don't know how many times we said this in December!  But Christmas morning came and the first thing Evie said when she saw the presents was, "Santa brought us presents and we both good and a little bit naughty!  Mommy and dad Santa didn't put anything in your stocking.  You were really naughty!"

So next year Santa has to bring mom and dad stocking stuffers!  Kids are so cute and way to smart for us! 

going crazy

Snow snow and more snow!  We've been stuck at home for a few days and it shows.  Christopher is going bananas here.  He's off the charts wild.  Hitting and poking everyone just for a rise.  He spent so much time in time out today!
 An example:  I got the candy jar down told the kids to pick something.  Then I went to get Ally from her crib.  Topher came running by with Evie screaming behind him.  He took her sucker and all the other ones! Ran and hid under my bed!  So I got him out and took all the suckers.  Then I told him to go to his room.  He said, "NO. I'll kill you.  Fucker!"  Excuse my language but it is a direct quote!  I almost died! 

He has been saying that word for some time but never like that.  At first we tried the ignore it tactic.  Then we explained its not a good word.  Now he's just in trouble whenever he uses it.  But this was to much.  I picked him up and carried him to his room and made it clear that under no circumstances is it ok to talk to me like that!  I wanted to put soap in his mouth or spank him I was so mad.  But I figured I needed a time out to so I didn't.  I feel like a failure every time I actually spank him.  He just pushes me till I break.  (note: He does not get spanked very often) 

But still here we are stuck in the snow! Slowly going insane!  I do like being home my house is so much cleaner than normal! 

Christopher has been tested by a few doctors and he's been diagnosed with sensory integration disorder, oppositional defiance disorder, and middle child syndrome.  None of which I feel explain his behavior problems.  But that's another long story for another day!

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