A Brief List Of Things I Have Yelled At My Children Reccently

1. Stop feeding your brother like he’s a dog!

2. Please stop shouting “Weasel-town! Wesselton! Weasel-town! Wesselton!”

3. Caroline, stop crying about your dinosaurs being dead. They are plastic, they cannot be dead!

4. NO you cannot use the potty in the basement because there IS NO potty in the basement!

5. Neither of you is a horse!

6. Evan, YOU are upside down! Stop telling your sister she is upside down, you’re making her cry!

7. Falling down is GRAVITY’s fault, not your sister’s!

8. No you cannot look in the toilet leave it alone!

9. Don’t eat candy you found under the couch!

10. No, you can’t eat candy you found under the couch EITHER!

Bonus thing I yelled as I was about I hit publish: Guys, I’m serious! I don’t want your boogers on me!


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7 Responses to “A Brief List Of Things I Have Yelled At My Children Reccently”

  1. Erin says:

    That’s awesome! Reminds me of the quote sheet we had in college :)

  2. Sarah says:

    That’s awesome. Also, my kids are happy to take any couch candy your kids aren’t allowed to eat – they’ve both been puking anyway…

  3. Leah says:

    I love this. My recent best was regarding food from under the fridge.

  4. Amy says:

    My most recent favorite thing I yelled was “I don’t care if he kicked you through my tummy, you are not allowed to kick your little brother back.”

  5. Julie S. says:

    These sound like my kids SO so much. Today, mine was “no, you can’t put Legos up your nose.” Don’t worry, they were Duplos but still…

  6. Lisa says:

    I have been asking my daughter (20 months old) if she’s making a “wise choice” as she climbs all over our furniture like a monkey. I cannot wait for all of our snow to melt-we live near Chicago- and we can head to the playground!. I realized that I’d picked up the phrase “wise choices” from your blog (This post definitely http://bebehblog.com/sneak-peak ) but I think there have been others, too).

    • bebehblog says:

      That totally cracks me up. Sarah (who I mentioned in that post) says she got it from someone else, but I think of her as the one who started it. ALL my friends who have kids – and several without kids – say it now. Along with “Oh, poor choices” when someone does something stupid or foolish. Even my kids say it!

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