I realized recently that I say "don't" A LOT. I think I need to come up with a more constructive way of getting my point across to BB. Granted three year old boys are quite a challenge, and constantly into something. But I have to wonder if my overuse of "don't" is being lost in traslation. So, I'm going to list common "dont's" that are said on a daily basis in our house.....
Don't feed the dogs from your plate.
Don't pick your nose.
Don't pile drive the dog when he's sleeping. (or any other time for that matter)
Don't pull the dogs ears.
Don't take your clothes off.
Don't poke the dog in the eye.
Don't stick anything up the dogs nose. (are you feeling sorry for my dogs yet?)
Don't play on the computer.
DON'T STICK ANYTHING IN THE SOCKET!!!
Don't slap your penis, you'll want to use it later.
Don't pour water out of the tub.
Don't put on mommy's heels...you're going to give your father a heart attack.
Don't color on the walls.
Don't color on the carpet.
Don't color on yourself, I don't care if it looks like a tattoo.
Don't touch the scissors.
Don't spray febreeze on the dog, I don't care if he stinks.
Don't play with the blinds, you're going to choke yourself!
Don't open the front door.
Don't investigate what's under the dogs tail.
Don't throw your toys off the balcony, I don't care how cool the noise is.
Don't throw your toys down the stairs.
Don't talk to your penis, it doesn't understand you. (unless you're apologizing for the abuse you put it through)
Don't pee in the backyard, I don't care how good your aim is!
I know it is big enough to be a helmet, but don't put mommy's bra on your head.
That is all I can think of for now :)