I’ve decided that being stuck inside with a toddler might just be the seventh layer of hell. She’s bored. I’m bored. She’s reached expert level tantrums…
…and if I have to watch Frozen more than once today, I’m going to lose my ‘ish.
The only thing keeping me going is next week’s forecast. The high temperatures are in the 50’s and there doesn’t appear to be a negative sign in front of it. Could Spring really be right around the corner? I’m not convinced yet, Mother Nature. However, you better believe I will be releasing my toddler into the wild that is our backyard first thing Monday morning.
But until then, I’m mentally bracing myself for at least six more encores of “Let It Go.” Disclosure: I introduced Dorothy to this movie because I thought it was cute. Parenting Fail No. 12,091,826.
So, since I literally can’t hear my own thoughts through, “Do You Wanna Build A Snowman?”, today I give you five things I would much rather do than watch Frozen AGAIN (written as I watch today’s morning matinee).
one || Eat lutefisk.
It promises good feelings, ya?
two || Take a Polar Plunge into an icy river in a sleeveless summer dress.
Because the cold never bothered me anyway. Except it does.
three || Take every morning shift. Forever and ever.
Or at least until this phase passes.
four || Sell my non-vital organs.
A kidney for not having to watch this movie multiple times a day? Deal.
five || Stay the night in Elsa’s ice palace.
Chick really didn’t think things through, here. How do you make a bed out of ice and snow? What about chairs? I’m guessing there’s no indoor plumbing? That sounds like a blasty-blast.
And there you have it. I just spent half a day on Google looking up Frozen memes. Who else is struggling to survive the Frozen stage of toddlerhood?