Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Apparently Daddy was way too nice in allowing the boys the toys he did after Friday night when they went into DESTRUCTOR mode. They did it again! Since there were only a few toys left in their bins, they just decided to knock the bins over. AND, they crawled under their beds and got out the legos and lincoln logs! Yippy!! They tore more clothes out of their drawers and pulled every piece of bedding on the floor!! I cleaned everything up, AGAIN, and made a LARGE pile of things for the DI. What am I going to do?? I am losing my mind...

Wait, I KNOW the solution. I keep thinking that giving all their toys to the DI will solve my problem. I'm going about this all wrong. If you have a problem, you need to go to the SOURCE of the problem....THE BOYS!!! Get ready DI, you have two DESTRUCTOR boys coming to join all your junky junk this afternoon! I feel so much better about life!! ;)

6 comments:

Grandma Carrot said...

Oh my...looking at these pictures takes me back to nightmare's of Scott's room. I remember well, the frustration and depair. I don't know if you are at this point yet, but I just started closing the door on it. Boys are so incredibly distructive and messy. You have my sympathy!!
Love, Mom

Pricilla said...

You are so funny Sarah. I think you are doing great just to see the humor in it:) Again, all I can say is I really really understand. Maybe you could lock them out of that room for a while and then make them agree to be good if they want to play in there.

SFNielsens said...

Do you know how happy that makes me! I have so many days like this, and it seems that no matter what I say or do they can't resist making the biggest mess they know how. It's more of an Evan thing and Dallin just joins (like Joshua), but I tell you what my rugrats just might join your rugrats on that DI truck.

Cheney Family said...

What naughty little boys. I glad you can still laugh about it.

Anonymous said...

What advice does Aaron give? Remember that he was one of these boys once making holes in walls (he says it was already there and he just made it bigger) to hide his treasures. Our problem with Austin is that he just wont listen, ever. He does what he wants when he wants no matter how much we discipline him.

Mike

Family of Five said...

Ha ha! So glad to see I am not the only one with two wild boys (well three for me but one isn't wild yet) who like to do things like that. Aggravating isn't it?