Thursday, June 26, 2008

Only Diapers Go in the Trash!!

We have recently taught Boy 2 to throw away his own diapers. It's really cute and he even trys to say trash. He gets a kick out of it and we make a big deal over it and clap and praise him when he does it. Of course this just excites him to no end.

However - I never thought of the repercussions from this.....

He now tries to throw everything in the trash! When you don't praise him and make a big deal over it he than tries to fish it out himself. When he can't - he screams for you to come get it out and than does it all over again - just waiting for that praise!

Today I fished out of the trash - a bottle of Motrin, a bottle of Tylenol, a toothbrush holder and my cell phone case.

(And I'm not a bad mom - you're probably thinking he shouldn't of had these things to begin with - but no matter where you put things he seems to get them. As an example the other day I was in the kitchen and walked into the living room and Boy 2 was standing on the couch. I asked Girl and Boy 1 how he got there and they said he climbed. I said what?? He can't climb on something that high. Come to find out he used the dog as a stepping stool!)

Maybe the whole diaper - trash idea wasn't such a good idea after all.....

1 comments:

Kirsetin said...

Eeeew! A toothbrush holder and a cell phone case. That makes even this seasoned mom cringe. I hope it was a DIFFERENT trash can! :)

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