Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Instructions for creating a she-beast

Don't ever make her walk anwhere...
Hold her whenever she wants...

Give her lots of kisses...

and snuggles.

Give in to this face...

and this face...

Ok, give in to any face...

Laugh when she tells you no...
But don't ever tell her no...

Because telling her no would be wrong...

Let her eat your food just because she wants to...

Don't make her stay in bed...

Even if she's tired...

Give her whatever she wants...

Whenever she wants...

All the time...

legal disclaimer: if you follow these instructions, are displeased with the outcome and decide to seek legal retribution please be advised that I am fully prepared to take my children some of my children a couple of my children can I at least take my shoe collection? myself out of the country to escape prosecution.


And yes, I realize that my daughter has a large bruise on her face. She fought the table, the table won and now the table is being used for firewood as punishment.

6 comments:

Broken said...

I have successfully, on my own, created a she-beast! I think I followed those instructions to a 'T' starting about five years ago. I love her to death :) And btw, I LOVE the crib!

Andrea said...

She's adorable. I don't blame you for giving in to "the face."

Tudu said...

I had no idea that it was all my fault. I created one over here, too. Having so many siblings to manipulate doesn't help either.

Ginger said...

We sort of have the "he-beast" version. Porter changes from being too little to do something to being able to "do it myself!" My tactic to the other kids--do you want to be (insert whatever) for him when he's 30?!?

rachel said...

i love my little she-beast!

Shosh said...

I have a 21 month old daughter who seems to fit this description....