Saturday, April 25, 2009

I've made my bed . . .

. . . and now I must lie in it. Will I never learn?


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14 comments:

  1. I'm sure you will learn to love it after 5 more hours of that today!

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  2. My head hurts for you.

    I would invest in some earplugs. Don't tell the kids you have them in then you can keep on smiling and nodding :)

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  3. Well...it could be worse. You could have given them 3 recorders and then they would be shrill and screechy....good luck with it!

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  4. If you close your eyes and listen it almost sounds like the ambulance is coming to get you or the fire truck is going by your ktichen .... hahahahahahaha
    LOVE IT!

    I'm sure the baby inside of you is loving it as well :) You know how "sound proof" that little one will be?! WOW

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  5. Well, honey, some fetuses (feti?) are gestated to the soothing sounds of Mozart, and others...

    (WV: "toostabl" something I've never been accused of being)

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  6. I'm with Mommydew on that one. I used to keep a bulk supply of ear plugs. They were good in the car, mornings for a cranky 2 yr-old. beating on a metal bowl, and occasions when my mom would give the kids plastic flutes. Good luck!

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  7. This was sooo true to life!!! Enjoy your bed! It was a great warning to the rest of us!

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  8. Ok.. the comments are cracking me up.
    What great musicians you have. And models wanting their picture taken. Cute!

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  9. how have I not heard all this over the phone?! I love it.

    And they are so, so adorable!

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  10. amy thomas kirkleyApril 27, 2009 at 3:11 PM

    aaahhh!!! I feel your pain...My mom found my old recorder from 6th grade and she gave it to my 4 year old...1 recorder may equal 3 harmonicas...Also I had to hide my little one's harmonica because everytime I would start to "lecture" my husband would begin playing dramatic background music. You try talking with your 4 year old about why he shouldnt color on the wall while your husband plays music in the background on a harmonica he doesnt even know how to play....you cant be serious!

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  11. Oooo. Ouch. Eeeek.

    Make sure to fluff the pillows.

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  12. You remind me of a friend who is the mother of 13 - including 4 in YW at the same time. One day at a stake choir practice she looked particularly stressed. When I asked if she was okay she said, "What was I thinking to have FOUR GIRLS in a row?!?!?!" Just WAIT until they are all big strapping teens eating you out of house and home! It's LOADS of fun!!!!

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  13. They are too cute! (But could they play that in another key, please!?)
    :~D

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  14. It's like a Catch-22. I want my kids to have musical influence. But I usually confiscate those darn things (recorders, tambourines and the like) within a day after buying them.

    I hope that you lasted longer than that. :)

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Sock it to me!