aaahhh yes, been there, untangled that ....
It looks like he is trying to "fix" things :)
Oooo, who got the job of untangling!?
bahahahaha ha ha awesome
Look at all that productivity! have fun untangling it :)
Good luck with that .... at least it wasn't wrapped around his sister!!
37 seconds for him and 37 minutes for you! xx
Looks like an engineer in the making...
Argh! I can't handle the knots... I think I would prefer he toss over a room than tie stuff up. Hope you just got out the scissors and chalked the kite up as a casualty of toddlerdom! x
LOL! He certainly WAS productive... in his own way. ;)
Are you sure you didn't have my two year old at your place? He's magic with, er, stuff.Aren't they clever little buggers?xx
Love the first comment by Paula. Yes, all this too look forward too. How fun! x
Brilliant He's a genius. Bet you had to get the scissors out!
My preschooler tried out her new crayons on the mirror today. No photos of that! I am rather impressed with the handiwork at your place. It's always cuter when someone else's child does it!
That boy needs some " rescue rope".Comes from Bunnings, usually near the checkout in a big bin. Comes in a huge roll in either red blue or yellow- about 20 metres. When Roboboy was 2 we would send him outside with it and he would tie up fences/gates/trees. Now he is 5 the same much loved piece of rope is used for turkey traps,pulleys, towropes on bikes, rope bridges. Best toy ever for about 4 bucks. melx
Gold! Yes my two work as partners in crime and get MORE stuff done in less time... it's mental! Every single toy can all of a sudden materialise right in the middle of the dining room. It's magic! :o)
Thanks so much for your words of encouragement, advice and solidarity. xo em