I also have a toddler at home, getting into everybody's business. Trying to pretend like she does school too. Writing with markers all over things she shouldn't be writing on. Bugging the heck out of Milo on a daily basis:
Poor Milo, just trying to figure out addition and subtraction, and also having to deal with a booger picking toddler too.
She's cute...yes, we all know that.
But behind that adorable, dimpled smile is an ornery 2 year old. The girl will not sit still for longer than 10 seconds. When no one is looking she likes to practice her sharpie writing skills on our furniture (who the heck left the sharpie out?) She also likes to try to make rainbow loom bracelets, which basically means she dumps all the previously-sorted-by-my-9-year-old-rubber bands out and all over the carpet. Oh, and I can't forget how she likes to get her own snacks. She may or may not have devoured an entire box of girl scout cookies in 15 seconds.
Is it bad that I literally pray every morning that the Lord would bless me with just 15 minutes of her sitting and watching Bubble Guppies? Uninterrupted, 15 minutes.
Do you know how much I could get done in 15 minutes?!
I must have stooped low if I'm praying for my child to watch T.V.
We have busy bags, we have coloring, we have toys, we have books.
Help! Tell me what your toddler does while you try to homeschool---please!
Cause sister here is making me reconsider my decision:
I say this way too often, but thank goodness she is amazing and cute!