My child’s newest obsession is emptying drawers and cabinets. It doesn’t matter what’s inside the drawer or cabinet – my child will make sure it’s removed and scattered in random spots around the house so I can’t find it when I need it.
The other day while cleaning cat puke off of my carpet for the 100th time this week, I left my child in the safety of her room. She could play while I cleaned up puke. Pretty fair deal, right?
I was gone no more than 1 minute and came back to the beautiful site below.
Admit into evidence: Exhibit A
In this photo, it is clear that the defendant, Miss Anna K, attacked the innocent burp cloths and bibs in drawer #2. As evidenced in this photo, the aforementioned bibs and burp cloths are strewn about carelessly, leaving a huge mess for the plaintiff, Mrs. Natalie C., to clean.
Admit into evidence: Exhibit B
In this photo, the defendant, Miss Anna K, threw numerous burp cloths and bibs outside of her baby gated cage. As evidenced with the “Mom – I am so not into green beans” bib, it is obvious this was a crime of passion given the defendant’s distaste for green beans and anything green, for that matter.
Admit into evidence: Exhibit C
In this photo, additional bibs and burp cloths were thrown carelessly into other areas of the home (the office). The defendant, Miss Anna K, left no room untouched.
Admit into evidence: Exhibit D
The defendant was caught red-handed during her destructive outburst. Since the defendant is under-age, we are required to protect her identity.
Eh, what the heck - she's too cute to cover up!
That’s a sippy cup cover for anyone who is wondering. It does look a little weird, right?
Admit into evidence: Exhibit E
It’s obvious from this photo that the defendant shows no remorse for her actions. Flipping around on a Boppy and giggling the entire time proves our case.
We the jury find the defendant, Anna K, GUILTY in the case of State Vs. Anna K – bib/burp cloth vandal. We hereby sentence Anna K. to a lifetime of hugs, kisses and tickles.