Now with Scrubbing Bubbles.
What a sweetie-pie.I'll bet once you take the dog food out, he'll lose interest in it.
It's not very fashionable, and makes our kitchen look like a garbage pick up area, but we use the big tin garbage cans with a lid. It holds a full 50 pound bag of dog food and the BoyChild can't yet get it open without help.
I bought one of those rubbermaid-likes boxes that has a drawer that pulls out. It's great! It holds a 20# bag of food and I just threw a scoop in there. Sits right on the floor or counter top. :)
Sierrabella- I think you are right.... although he does love anything with wheels on it. This morning I put the tub on top of the dryer. I was loading clothes into the dryer (predictions of rain today so no clothesline for me) and turned around to answer the phone... I turned back around and he was STANDING ON THE DRYER DOOR reaching for the tub. Forget mad scientist or engineer... I think the kid is going to be the next Flying Walinda.m&co.- I have the black plastic version in the garage with a 50 lb bag of food in it.... but my kitchen/utility room area is tiny.Leesa- Interestingly enough, I HAVE one of those drawer things in my car to return to ShopKo right now... it didn't fit in the closet.... I might have to take it out and try it for dog food.What I really want to do is go to www.drsfostersmith.com and order some insanely pricey new toy.... but (sigh) that is just not practical.
Am I the only one distracted by how CUTE that child is? Even from the back . . . Of course, BOTH of mine are crying right now. Sigh.
Post a Comment