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Friday, August 29, 2008

I am a Slave to the Whims of a Two Year Old!

I sit here trying to type with said two year old crawling all over me, cause heaven forbid he be still for 5 seconds. We have just finished a battle over the TV, because I had it on a taped (DVR actually but I am a child of the 80's) movie of Cars, and because of all the said moving around, he punched the remote and changed the channel. Which met with a chewing from him because he thought I did it, "Hey dude it is all your fault!" I scramble to change it back to just to shut him up, in the meantime he has become engrossed in an episode of Calliou. I get it back on Cars, only to be met with vicious protests of wanting Calliou back! I like Calliou, I want Calliou, put it back on Calliou! UGH See this is how I spend my days now! Tens years ago if you would have asked me what I would be doing in ten years, I would have said shaping young minds as a high school English teacher! Now, I am shaping the mind of my own 2 year old. Well, you know really now that I think about is not too bad a gig, but the pay SUCKS! What did you think you would be doing now 10 years ago?

4 comments:

Tasha K. said...

Sounds like the little guy has you wrapped around his finger :-) and also sounds like you are a great mama! Who wants to teach high school kids anyway? Don't they all have smart mouths and spend their days contemplating methods for driving their teachers to insanity?

Geez.... I thought I was going to rule the world 10 years ago! How things have changed. With age, comes humility. Oh 10 years ago... the best years of my thighs...

Robyn said...

OH the best years of my thighs, my abs, my ankles, you get the picture! LOL Let's not reflect it is too depressing!

Shasta said...

Sounds just like my boys! They're tv addicts.

10 years ago... I was 15 and my eyes were set on turning 18, I never gave a thought to being 25!

Alaskaninthesouth said...

A high school English teacher? Really? That's what I started school for way back when - well, until I failed English 101 as a freshman! lol
I completely understand, as a sahm of a 2 year old AND a 3 year old, it's amazing how much time we spend arguing and/or trying to stop them from whining! Arg!