And other choice phrases such as “No.” and “Get your foot off his head!” are just a few of the things that you, if you were my next door neighbour, would hear me say.
You might even go so far as to wonder whether it’s actually a recording which fires with alarming regularity. When you find out it isn’t a recording, you’ll wonder why the hell I DON’T record it because the kids might possibly take more (some as opposed to none) notice of a broken record.
Sometimes I wonder the same.
Oscar is so obsessed with his brother he is constantly touching and stroking him. This would be lovely if he didn’t also feel the need to occasionally try and remove Ru’s eyeballs.
Let’s add “Not in his eyes!” to the list.
Thing is, my kids are not very responsive. Rarely, I’ll get a sideways glance, sometimes even s dirty look.
Most of the time, I get ignored.:
Poke, Poke, Poke
“How many times do I have to tell you to leave the baby alone?”
“He is now that you’ve put your fingers up his nose, yes.”