Thursday, February 28, 2008

Babysitters

On the same exact night as the SUPER BOWL, Jason and I had to go to our small group bible study. Our friends, Josh and Steph were having a little super bowl get together at their house and we wanted to go so we asked them if they would mind watching Dawson for an hour or so until out bible study got over. So they did.
Without their knowledge, we secretly set up digital camera's in their house so we could monitor their babysitting skills. We have several snapshots that may shock and surprise you. They may LOOK like good babysitters, but wait til you see what we discovered!
*(Pay no attention to Steph's Patriots jersey. She's color blind.)
They seem innocent don't they? Nice little babysitters playing with my son who seems happy...
He even gets sleepy and they let him lay down.
Awww... How sweet....
But wait! There's MORE!
Here are the incriminating pictures. When I take these to trial, there will be no juror who can hold back tears.

What is going on here?!
"Mommy, am I supposed to be in here?"
Steph says "Go on in Dawson, you'll be fine"...
Josh says "Don't worry Dawson, I'll get the door"...
Okay okay! I made it all up! But weren't your neck hairs standing straight up from the intense drama of it all??
That cage actually belongs to their dog Mio and Dawson LOVES playing in there. He walks straight to it every time we go to their house.
Here's some pics of the crazy party. Okay, well, Jason was the only crazy one.
Steph and I after I forgave her for locking up my son.
video

2 comments:

Stephanie said...

Josh says, "A cage is a perfectly safe way to manage young guests. It helps to control their environment so they are not overwhelmed with new stimuli all at once. Besides,didn't you notice the blankets we put in for him."

Stephanie said...

Josh says, "A cage is a perfectly safe way to manage young guests. It helps to control their environment so they are not overwhelmed with new stimuli all at once. Besides,didn't you notice the blankets we put in for him."