The Price You Pay to Sleep

I could hear him get up shortly before 5 this morning. Edgar that is. He is smart too, puts a new pull up on, gets dressed on his own (in his worker pants every. Single. Day.) and then he ventures into our bedroom to get help with buttoning his pants. This morning I told him to go back into his room and play a little more. Said and done. A while later I heard him go downstaires, as I half slumbered on for another 15min, which is when Edgar came back into our bedroom announcing he had cut his hair….


It may not look much, but believe me, he dud a very good job on the back of his head too. At least one half of it…

5 Responses

  1. Awwwww he is one busy little guy! 😉

  2. Hahahhahahahahahhahaha, det kan väl inte vara så att Fröken Mini-Tell inspirerat honom?! Heja Edgar :0)

  3. Ah, I so get this. Why is it they are busier in those 15 minutes we are still fighting to get out of bed than our other kids are all day? And why is it my most mischevious boy (Noah – 6 DS) is always the first one awake? Why? Why?

    Smiling through gritted teeth – Alyson

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