Monday, June 04, 2012

action

Sometimes when the sun is bright and the kids are on the move, I like to put my camera on the action or sports setting and just click away. I never know what I'm going to get till I review them later. . .






P.S. Anyone know how to get rid of a binkie? It's time.

6 comments:

Allison Lee Rose said...

Someone I know said they just "hid it" and told the kid they could have it when they found it but eventually they just gave up.

Anna said...

Tie it to a helium ballon and send it away to the faries.
Swap it at Christmas with a present from Santa - this works for birthdays too!
A friend of mine slowly started cutting away at the sucky bit until there was nothing left to suck on and her son would just laugh when it fell out of his mouth.
Hope these help!

jrlj said...

With E and T we traded it for a red trike and princess scooter. Worked pretty well, although T sometimes said she wanted to trade the scooter back; shocking since she was quite in love with it. :)

jrlj said...

For E and T we traded it for a red trike and a princess scooter. Worked pretty well, although a couple times T said she wanted to trade it back; shocking since she really loved the scooter.

Sara said...

I snipped off the top of Hazel's binky and told her it was broken. I cried (and cried and cried and sobbed) and my tears far outlasted hers... something about babies growing up just gets me! :)

Lindsey Montague said...

I kid you not, but each time it was "time," whichever kid's it was had misplaced it. This made it easy to say "it's lost" because it was the truth. Of course I'd find it in a day or 2, but then I'd throw it out. When asked about it all I'd say was "remember that it got lost?" It only took 3-5 days for them to adjust to the new normal without it. GOOD LUCK!