Thursday, April 26, 2007

Why Is This House Sooo Quiet?

The house was so quiet that I lost myself for a bit. Then I came to my senses and thought WHY is it so quiet? So being a good blogger I nabbed my camera for hope, or fear, that I may find something that was blog worthy. Only to discover the legoland that layed before me. What a relief to see that no one (Roman) was into something that they shouldn't be, and that all was well and happy. I think I may need to send a thank you note to Legos for all the moments that I have been able to steal a little chunk of quiet now and then.

20 comments:

Nadine said...

What a sweet little scene to come across. Thank you for your concern. I'm doing better now.

Mother-of-Hope said...

:O That's a lot of Legos!!!Glad all was well!

Randi said...

I love Legos just for that reason! They keep the boys busy (safely) for long periods of time!

marykathryn said...

Wow, That is a LOT of legos!! I know your kids do enjoy those times..so cute to see Isaiah joining in on the fun..such a kid at heart..hehe
And as for the laundry...WHHHOOOOOHOOOO
You spoke of this deed on the phone, but now I see that you HAVE been a busy little bee!! Mission accomplished..on to some fun eh?? *wink, wink*

Michelle said...

Aren't Legos the best! The girls love playing with them ~ I have not yet let little Miss Sarah for fear that she may eat them (heehee)
Michelle

Fifi said...

Haha I know exactly what you mean. If I can't hear TanziPanzi I actually panic, because I know she must be doing something mischievious!!!And generally she is!!!! Have you ever stepped on a little lego piece barefoot....... blooooming painfull!!
Love to you!

Beth said...

Awww..Yeah those moments of "Wow they are being so good, it is so quite" And then the fear of ummm I wonder why...hehe. Glad they weren't into something they shouldn't have been.

meNmykids said...

Leggos are the best, kids of all ages love them. Also the worst when they get spread throughout the whole house.

I have moved my blog, still have a few hiccups that we will work on when we get a minute or two. If we can't get them worked out by ourselves I'll call on your superior blogging experience.(you pioneer, you) I will have to get your email address as I can't use the link on your blog due to password issues with our mac since we reinstalled. I will eventually get that taken care of, it is a matter of getting a free minute (rarely happens here). Anyway, thanks for the offer of help.

Trina said...

Nadine: Im glad you are doing better, keep us informed on the rest of it though.

Angel: It is a LOT Of legos...you are only seeing the half of them...hehehe Thanks for stopping by!

Randi: Legos are probably the best toys that I have ever purchased for my boys too.

Mary: On to some fun for sure!! woohooo!! *wink wink*

Michelle: Training Roman to NOT eat them was a challenge for a bit, but they have finally lost their appeal. However, we don't let him play with them all alone still.

Fifi: Yeah that sudden silence is nice, but panic has come over me several times as well. Your post is funny!!

Beth: It could have gone either way with Mr. Roman for sure. He is at that climbing, toilet dunking, cupboard opening stage...hehehe

Gale: Yahoo for the new blog! I left you my email over there (Im sure you know this by now..lol) I will be gone for the weekend, but if you need help when I get back, just give me a holler!

Rosann said...

With 3 little boys of my own, I have to say God bless the folks at the Lego company. They are my favorite too - right up there with good books :) Those quiet times are nice aren't they. It's cute to see little Roman just hanging out alongside the big boys.

Trina said...

Rosann: God bless indeed..hehehe I have to admit it was a treat and so sweet to see Roman acting like a big boy with the rest of the gang.

Lori said...

I still remember loving legos myself! :-) Great color on the walls btw.

Big Red Driver said...

Mine are all to big for legos. Where's the teen version?

diane said...

AWwww Legos are so great!

This reminded me of a story my Mother in law told me. She told me anytime as a child, my husband would whistle any time he was doing something he shouldn't. LOL I can just imagine him as a 3 year old whistling and taking something apart.

KarenW said...

I should have bought stock in Legos! That is the one toy that my son has loved for just about all his life. He got his first set of building blocks (they were the huge ones, not Lego brand) when he was a year old. He hasn't stopped playing with blocks yet and he's 16!

ablondeblogger said...

Hahahaha! I know just what you mean by "the silence." It always leads to something like this. Be glad your house wasn't on fire or something, lol!

Nan said...

That lego scene looks all too familiar to me. LOL

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Leah said...

Hahaa! That's cute. You know what my thoughts were? "Oh, my what a mess..." Hahaa! Ti isn't good about cleaning up after himself so I cringe whenever I a pile of toys. =P

la bellina mammina said...

Aren't Lego the best!! ;-)