Madelynn hides things. Last week, Jeffrey and I hunted high and low for the remote control. We practically tore this place apart. I blamed him, he blamed me, and Madelynn played quietly on the floor with a spoon. Two days later, I found it in "her" cupboard, tucked inside a colander and covered with a pot lid. A few days ago, I captured this video:
On a semi-related note, I almost had a heart attack while I was doing my make-up this morning. Imagine being home alone with your baby, when all of a sudden during mascara, an eerie voice is speaking from the hallway. My first thought was "INTRUDER" and yes, just like that. All caps. When I ran out to the hallway (carrying my curling iron like a club), I found Babe on the floor with my phone, chatting with someone (I have no idea who) on speaker phone. I didn't even know I had speaker phone! The woman hung up before I could explain, but hopefully she had children, and no explanation was needed.
Tenth month, week three. Be careful when handing your child a non-toy. You may never see it again.
*Well, on the 'glass half full' end, you may find out something you didn't know before. Speaker phone? Really?
ETA: I can't find my phone.