Thursday, April 23, 2009

More signs of an Evil Genius



For those of you who do not know, my daughter is an evil genius. No, she really is. We call her the Evil Genius. My friends call her the Evil Genius. People who aren't even really my friends but know her for some reason call her the Evil Genius. If you are still not convinced, refer to my original Evil Genius post. Recently a few more personality characteristics have come to light only showing how much evilish geniusing is really going on.

  • Apparently at nursery, her favorite game to play is "hide behind the play kitchen and wait patiently for another child to come up to it and then push it over on them and laugh really hard." This game is only made worse by the fact that she is quite literally the size of a large peanut and can easily fool other children because they can't even see her behind the large toy.
  • She loves to hide things from her loved ones. Once she hid a very small key to a music box I had given my mother and after we searched the entire house for it and said "Where's the key Vivie?" she immediately laughed, ran away and then magically appeared back in the kitchen again with they key in hand 30 seconds later. We still have zero clue as to where she stashed the key for an hour.
  • This child is freakishly good at hide and seek. Particularly the hiding part. She finds places in this house I never knew someone could hide she can hold still and be silent while hiding like no normal two year old should be able to. I am convinced she is training herself now for all the times she will need to go on the lamb doing all of her evil genius deeds.
  • I am currently in a conundrum as to what to do this Friday night. You see, I'm SUPPOSED to go out with all of my girlfriends to this great Italian restaurant down the street, but I'm terrified of showing my face there because two nights ago we were at the very same restaurant and Vivie (knowing full well I was wearing my wedge sandals and could not chase her like a gazelle) RAN STRAIGHT INTO THE KITCHEN and of course LAUGHED REALLY LOUD and of course WOULDN'T COME OUT. They told me if she did it again they'd put her to work, but I'm pretty sure they meant if she did it again, we'd be asked to leave. Hence you see my problem. Evil geniuses love to put people in uncomfortable situations.
  • Finally, this evening while saying her goodnight prayers, she mentioned her big sister. Now this may seem non evil geniusy and very sweet but NOT IF YOU ARE PRAYING THAT YOUR BIG SISTER GETS IN BIG TROUBLE. Yes, you read that right. In the middle of prayer (in between asking for world domination and secret lairs of course) my darling sweet two year old asked "please bless Sydney get big trouble."

Seriously people, we have a problem.

6 comments:

y0hmama said...

Vivie is the BEST!!! I love her secret ways and can't help but crack up laughing when she does. Summer is going to have to learn some of her stealth ways and evil plotting!!! She is just priceless.

The McPherson Clan--- said...

I love that evil little peanut! Mwahahahaha...

Snooky doodle said...

ohh you really made me laugh however I have to say that it s not easy to take care of this little evil cutie :)

museumeg said...

Now that's just funny! I need to meet this girl! Good luck when she gets older.

Double B - Why a Heart? said...

I have no clue what you are talking about, she is so innocent and cute...she never does anything wrong... LOL!

Celia and Scott said...

That is hilarious -- especially the "Sydney get big trouble" part. Praying that her sister gets in trouble? I can't stop laughing!