Friday, January 22, 2010

A stay-at-home dad's worst nightmare

No, honey, you're wrong. A parent's worst nightmare is a cabin
fevered, ear achy-ed, "I want MY MOMMY not you!", toddler who throws a fit because his ice cube is floating IN his water and not ON TOP of his water. Hurry home.

Signed,
Chuck

P.S. Next time, you might want to sign out of your account before
heading into work.

18 comments:

Pricilla said...

Bwahahaha!

Working Mommy said...

Poor daddy!!!

~WM

Brandy said...

ha! he totally got you.

Lindy said...

DAMN THE ICECUBE!

The Mother said...

Perhaps a physics lesson on Archimedes and displacement?

Mad Woman said...

Hahahahaha! Awesome.

Keely said...

Hi, Chuck!

Also, I totally agree with you. Except my toddler version says "I want MY DADDY not you!" and throws a sippy cup at my head.

Dto3 said...

Chuck ROX!

Buggys said...

That's a good one! I like when they complain about where you put the ketchup on the hotdog!

Jen said...

At least Chuck knows what it is like. Most dads don't have a clue about food touching other food and how it is no longer edible because of it. And that's just one example of incidents that completely stop everything.

Julia said...

FABULOUS Hijacking! GO HOME FROG MAMMA!

Julia said...

And on the ear ache thing... We've been living parallel lives on opposite coasts. Ella had a trip to the ear specialist yesterday and had some "stuff" extracted to help clear an ear infection that is going on 3 months... GOOD LUCK with the new meds.

Leanne said...

Hi Chuck!!

Oh, and Mom draws an AMAZING Thomas...but then again then kid was obviously getting sick so he's allowed to be a bit critical. But just a bit.

ToadMama said...

LMAO!

Stacy (the Random Cool Chick) said...

AHAHAHAHAHA! Poor Chuck. Isn't it nice to know that you're wanted? ;)

Mommy Cracked said...

LMAO!!! This is hysterical!!!

Sara said...

Awesome hijacking! Poor baby! Hope he gets to feeling better soon.

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