Things I want to laugh at but can’t

Processed with VSCO with f2 presetI’ve always had an inkling that I might have a little monkey on my hands. I’m not sure if it’s his daddy’s mischievous nature or the cheeky little look in his eye but either way I’m noticing evidence of it more and more. Which brings be around the this post which I’m sure I’ll want to add to as the weeks, months and years pass; behaviours I want to laugh at but can’t because they’re naughty:

  1. Opening his mouth full of food, sticking out his tongue pasted in food and promptly spitting it out. Don’t you like it? Are you full?! DON’T PUT IT IN YOUR MOUTH THEN!
  2. Swinging on the baby gate complete with toothy grin. It’s funny & cute. And to be honest, sometimes I let him get on with it. Pick your battles.
  3. Spitting out water. Repeatedly. Annoying because it’s just another reason for an outfit change. Funny because…well why?! Why would spit water on yourself?!
  4. Opening and closing the drawers repeatedly. Getting annoyed because they won’t close because mummy’s trapped something in there so you can’t trap your fingers. Angrily grabbing said object and throwing it on the floor so the drawers will close.
  5. Chasing the dog around trying to poke her up the bum. I think what our feral pug is experiencing is karma for the last two years spent torturing us.
  6. Stiffening up rendering it highly difficult to get him in the car seat / high chair / pushchair. I’m told this is a very uncooperative phase and it would be very frustrating if his fits of giggles after he loses the battle of the seated position didn’t add the amusement factor.
  7. Pulling toys out of the box after I’ve put them back in the box at bedtime.

I may continue to add these as they occur. Everyday’s a school day in our house! Do you have any to add? I’m just dying to know what’s to come *sigh*



  1. November 10, 2016 / 9:33 am

    hehehe…How cute!
    I laugh all the time at my girls when I shouldn’t. Oops.

  2. November 10, 2016 / 5:12 pm

    Hehe. I’m rubbish at keeping a straight face when the kids have done something hilarious that they shouldn’t have. My 2yo has started calling daddy by his first name! tut tut. But it just makes me laugh so much #CoolMumClub

  3. November 11, 2016 / 12:13 pm

    I find it so hard to not laugh at these sort of things I think the twinkle in my eye gives it way! Thanks for linking up to #coolmumclub lovely x

  4. November 12, 2016 / 7:17 am

    My daughter’s sulky ‘I’m really not happy with you now’ face is hilarious. I’ve usually just told her off for something so have to keep a straight face but very often have to turn round or hide round a corner and laugh. I also shouldn’t have laughed when she found a Halloween plastic sword complete with fake blood at a friends house and promptly set about stabbing people with it (she’s 2!), I should really be worried about the future, but it was hilarious and everyone else was laughing too so couldn’t help myself.

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