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Holy Toys!

Holy Toys!

The day after Christmas, when you realize your drowning in new toys and have no storage bin, big enough to fit them all. Don’t get me wrong, I am appreciative but Holy Toys! I guess it makes up for his birthday when all he got was clothes. Hey, that’s what I asked for and its what he needed. They grow up too fast. He’s already a 2T and it was only his first birthday. That I owe to his dad because I have the short gene. But wow he was given so much toys this year. It’s funny he sees one and plays for a second then goes and grabs something else. He’s only 1, which come on, he’s happy with a McDonald’s straw or a piece of cardboard lol. I made the mistake of getting him blocks,a huge bag of blocks. I am clearly a new mom who didn’t think of the mess this would cause in my house. It’s been a day and they are Everywhere!!!!! #NeverAgain Especially with a little boy, who just loves opening cabinets and sticking anything he finds in them. Which makes me think of those ball pit balls my sister gifted him, and how I found them all in my closet. Oh and he now has learned how to open the oven. Oddly enough my stove does not have a lock for the oven. I had to child prof it because it became a true nightmare when baking cookies. I’d put him in the high chair or hold him the entire time to make sure he wasn’t near the kitchen. The things you have to be aware of as a mother, EVERYTHING and I mean EVERYTHING can potentially become deadly. Even a marble, choking hazard. My sons will find a grain of rice and stick it in his mouth. The endless sweeping that must be done!
Motherhood is a Full Time job. Anyone who says otherwise, well… I hope you never say it in front of a group of mothers  for your own safety.
Mirian V
A former TSA & VA Police Officer, and Case Worker turned USAF Reserves, English & Social Studies Teacher...Oh yeah and MOM! The Boston Sports Fanatic who loves pancakes with her butter may not always get it right, but will always write about it. So, remember to enjoy Life's trials & triumphs!


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