Saturday, May 09, 2009

THE DESTROYING ANGEL!


Beauty has wrecked one of my nice,new IKEA chairs!!!!!!!!
Is there nothing sacred as far as Beauty is concerned?
I am hopeful that super glue will do the trick.
I think that Beauty is at her worst when there is no school or childminder.
I have cleaned the lounge TWICE already today and it still looks like a disaster zone.

I was lucky enough to get a rest this afternoon as Runningman came to visit.........thankfully Frank did not destroy anything as well!

It is sunny today but sun is not forecast for tomorrow which is a pity as I wanted to do my garden.
Well as long as there is no rain.

THE FRONT GARDEN


BEAUTY AND THE PIGGIES


The table in this photo is no more.......Beauty destroyed this also!


THIS IS THE PHOTO BEAUTY TOOK!




I am still seriously looking for an au pair to keep the 8 year old occupied during the summer holidays
And the job specification is very Mary Poppins

PLAY GAMES........ALL SORTS!


A very short post today as I have to go and clean the lounge......AGAIN!!!!!

3 comments:

Steve said...

Sorry to hear about your chair! Is it wooden? A good wood glue will probably do the job just as well!

MOTHER OF MANY said...

Yes it is wood.
I think the wood glue might do it.
Now a solution to the child is needed!

Thewildeman2 said...

Crazy glue can be difficult because the wood might absorb it more than allow it proper use. You need a pair of wood clamps and I suggest gorilla glue. Follow the directions on the bottle and that's strong stuff.

I take it beauty is highly destructive? My son was like this and sometimes still is. It's a phase for our autistic kids, but often a long lasting one. Maybe she needs something that she can do with her hands more often, like a 3D puzzle of some kind or sculpting clay? I will do some research on the issue and let you know what I find. I recently started following your blog and I am an autistic adult with an autistic little boy of 7. I try to use what I know to help others. Have a good day.

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