So I wake up at around 3 am this morning. Sometimes this happens, and totally not surprising after sharing a pitcher of beer with my spouse at pizza hut earlier that night. I get up to take care of some business. Only what do I find in the bathroom? There is a towel shoved into the toilet. Sadly. I have to admit that I had already taken care of business. On the towel. It wasn't until I turned around that I had even noticed it was there.
My first thought was shock. Then it was, "How in the heck did that get there?" And then I knew. It was either thing#1 or thing #2. And then it went to, "eww...gross, now I gotta pull that thing out of there." ugh.
Laughing, and then not. I reached in and pulled it out. Yes, we are all totally thankful that I only peed on that towel! So I threw it into the shower and ran the water on it. I can't believe I had to do that. But then again I can. It's just typical.
Seriously laughing out loud, especially now as I retype it and share it with the world! So when I woke up this morning, I asked the kids who put the towel into the toilet. And sweet little Lacka pipes up and with a huge grin on her face she says, "I did it. I pud it, in'a tah-let." And she smiled so proud of herself. She wanted to make sure that she got the proper credit for her act so she told me again, "I pud it in dere mommy." So there you have it. It was thing #2. I'll be checking the bowl from now on.
Speaking of thing #2, I was giving the kids a bath this evening and was noticing how long her hair has gotten. I absolutely can never tell. Especially with her, miss curly-Q. Her long hair is totally hidden in a mass of curls atop her gorgeous little head. So when I washed it, the truth was told. I yelled at dh to bring the camera. Here are a few pics of sweet sneaky towel stuffing Alexa.
OK, mom. No lectures. I tried to get more of Eddie, but he kept doing this. So I posted this one as proof. He's already practicing to be a man. Uncooperative. Bravo. He's got that one down pat. Have to go and supervise. Or was it referee? The kids are making noise again.