Monday, October 13, 2008

Um...What's With That?

I think that my kids' ears are tuned in to the sound of my bedroom door opening. It must have a certain pitch that I simply can't detect because I'm an adult or something. If they are all in the back room and I have to go to the bathroom, so I open the door to my bedroom to go to the bathroom, within seconds all four of the little buggers are following me into my bedroom and then standing in front of the bathroom door until I'm done. What's with that? Can't a mom get a little privacy here? What's so exciting about my bedroom that they have to be in there?

4 comments:

Terry, Ornament of His Grace said...

When you figure it, can you share it with th rest of us, LOL?! Even my big kids, though they don't stand outside the bathroom, they certainly think if I'm in my bedroom, that means they should be in it, too.

Joanna said...

Oh my gosh, you mean it NEVER ends?

Johanna said...

I am also a bit disturbed by this phenomenon. Especially since I have boys, privacy is kind of important! I am constantly reminding them that my room is my space and they are not allowed to play there. It hasn't really worked yet!

Lawanda said...

I don't think it does ever end, at least with girls! haha Kela has to follow me to the bathroom, if she is in the middle of a story (and she's ALWAYS in the middle of a story *rolleyes*) but I guess I have got used to it by now. haha