“Problems cannot be solved at the same level of awareness that created them.” – Albert Einstein

The only aspect of having a two-year-old more mortifying than seeing your worst habits parroted in miniature is the fact that your FRIENDS see your worst habits parroted in miniature.

 Trixie was watching my son on our anniversary (thank YOU!), and she happened to pop in a Toddler Yoga DVD that was sitting in the disc changer.  The video features little kids doing fun yoga poses such as “the butterfly” and “driving the car”  Harry was only too happy to give her the full floor show. 

When they got to the “driving the car” pose, Harry obligingly got down on the floor in a sitting position with his legs straight out, and pulled down the imaginary steering wheel.

And then put his imaginary cell phone to his ear before driving off.


October 12th, 2007 at 10:58 am
8 Responses to “Little reflections”
  1. 1
    Stephanie Says:

    You can’t help a chuckle at that, Bri. Too cute. I can’t wait to have children.

  2. 2
    b*babbler Says:

    Oof. They will pick up the worst habits, won’t they.

    I can’t wait to see what habit the Peanut picks up on (or worse yet, phrases. Yikes!)

  3. 3

    You are so busted!

  4. 4
    Cinnkitty Says:

    Ha..ha..ha..ha….. (gasp…) ha…ha..ha.ha..ha.. (breathe) ..ha…ha.ha..ha……!! Oh.. THAT’S classic!!! 😉

  5. 5
    Kellan Says:

    This was so funny! See ya.

  6. 6
    FeeFiFoto Says:

    Does the imaginary cell phone have imaginary Bluetooth?

  7. 7

    Our children have a way of keeping it real, don’t they?

  8. 8

    LOL!!!!! That is hysterical!!!!