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Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Where’s Waldo?

While I work in my office, Anna spends the entire day trying to climb up on my desk.  She will do whatever it takes, be as inventive as possible, just to be close to my laptop.  I have a chair that is situated right next to my desk, but since Anna has conquered this chair, I have to move it to the middle of the office or else she’ll be tapping keys right along with me.  She’s already turned my computer screen upside down.  Imagine working on an important document while it’s upside down.  That took me a long time to troubleshoot.  When I finally figured out that pressing the ctrl, alt and arrow keys would fix it, I decided that I’d had enough of her hacker antics.

Thinking that I was done for the day, I stupidly moved my office chair back next to my desk.  Within 2.5 seconds, Anna was on top of my desk pressing keys.  Then she saw my picture, and this is how it went down. 

April 2010 039 Anna: Da Mama?

April 2010 040 Me: Give mama kissy

April 2010 041 SMOOOOOCH!

April 2010 038

Anna: HA!  I tricked you into being all goo goo gah gah over my kissy face.  Now your computer is broken.  :sound of keys tapping:

I wonder if Dell has an insurance policy against toddler hacking?


Lacey said...

When my little one sees my laptop in a vulnerable position (not right in front of me), he looks at the laptop, looks at me and smiles the most mischievous smile.

He ever-so-lightly touches it. Looks at me again. I say "no" - he starts shaking his head no. He walks away. Two minutes later, we start the whole process over again.

It's turned into a game, but it works so far.

HarmSkills said...

story of my life!!!!!!!

Tamara said...

OMG, she's such a doll!

Dani Z said...

My son does the same thing while I am tweeting and see a photo of his dad. Children are so adorable sometimes; other times, not so much.

Jennifer said...

Hmmm, working? I didn't know you worked for Face book :)

The Mitchell Family said...

Aw, that is so sweet!



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