Monday, September 27, 2010

Terrible Twos...at 2 3/4?

Yesterday it was HOT! The high in our next of the woods reached about 110 degrees! Yikes, that IS H-O-T! So we could not go outside to play, to say the least. So after a whole day of being trapped indoors and me asking about 50 times if we could go out, Mommy thought she might capture a video of me singing the ABC song. I'm actually getting really good at it! So she snuck up on me with her camera while I was playing with my magnets...
video
And let's just say things did not go well. Observe...
(Note from Mommy: I tried about six times to get Noah to sing for all of you. I strung all of my attempts together for you to enjoy. I don't know if it was the heat or the fact that we were stuck inside or a combination of both but I'm starting to think that this "Terrible Twos" thing will soon become the "Terrible Threes." Sigh.)
After Mommy bothered me with the camera, I got up on the couch and pouted for about five minutes. Check out my bottom lip, huh? Now that is one serious pout, people!
Finally I had had just about enough of Mommy so I even yelled at her to stop it. I mean, how much abuse does one kid have to take? Better luck next time, Mommy...

By the way, about three minutes later I was hugging and kissing Mommy and reading my new Halloween books with her. I guess I'm easily distracted and redirected. Don't try to figure this whole thing out, Mommy. Us toddlers are a conundrum for sure.

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

Hey, Noah - Stick to your guns! It was just tooo hot to sing! Hope you are keeping cooler now. Mimi and Pop Pop miss you very much!

Allison said...

It was/is HOT!! The heat has definitely made me a bit crabby too, Noah.
Mommy - I hope these kids get the memo that the "terrible" time is 2 and when they turn 3, TIMES UP! Something tells me... no.

Marirose said...

Dear Noah, always be nice to your sweet mommy! But I know that really hot days are hard on the nerves. You are such a good singer, too. Maybe you'll let mommy tape your song soon. love you, Tutu and Sir