Remember back a couple of Friday’s ago…I was looking forward to a nice work from home day and then MLE puked on the way to daycare, only to come home and seem to feel fine the rest of the day.
Well, we made it to 10 a.m. today. I got a call from daycare, “Oh hi. I just wanted to let you know that MLE doesn’t seem to feel well. He’s been…well…just not himself and he keeps pulling on his right ear.”
I know this teacher and she’s not one to overreact, and I know that MLI and I have both been fighting a cold, so I told her I’d come pick him up.
When I arrived, he was standing on top of a bin of toys cackling. On the way home from daycare, he nursed a bottle and made faces at me as I drove.
Since we’ve been home, he’s destroyed the pantry; pulling down everything he could get his hands on. He’s eaten half my lunch Cheeto’s and now he’s playing with his brother’s light saber and making realistic “whonk whonk” noises as he stabs imaginary Sith Lords.
Sick? I don’t think so.
A big fat faker? I’m leaning in that general direction.
Oh, and three days and counting till CareerMom heads out to Colorado for a week. She says she’s not looking forward to it, but lemme see…while in Colorado, you get to stay in a nice hotel and sleep later than you do at home. But, you work during the day, except for the last day when they get free time. There are usually coordinated dinners at night at really nice restaurants (and unlimited good wine) that if you really really wanted to, you could find an excuse to get out of.
The usual rat race here at home, complete with leftovers from this week that I’ve managed to put away to make life easier for myself next week.
I know what I’d vote for.
3 thoughts on “I’m beginning to suspect a pattern”
I tend to think my boy must be faking it too. He cry’s all day…and for a ten week old he should be past that stage, damnit.
You should hitch a ride to Colorado and hang in the pool all week at the hotel while she works. We’re going on her annual big business trip to Arizona. I figured I’d go with the boy this year. It’s a five star, and theres a pool with a bar in it. So she can be in meetings all day while me and The Boy hang out and get toasty at the pool bar. It’s a mini vacation on the companys dime.
RE: Man, I would lOOOOVE to, but we coudn’t con anyone into watching the boys for us. It’s a shame to waste a near-paid for vacation like that.
OH the things we give up when we have kids!
oh my gosh, I loved the image of him cackling on the toy box, hahaha…is it any consolation if his behaviour entertains me…??? 😉
RE: It’s why I blog!!
Does the cheese residue on little kid hands make you nervous? It does me.
RE: Only insomuch as I will inevitably be wearing a black shirt when cheese dust covered hands want to be held.