Trouble in paradise

Not even 24 hours into Gavin temporary return home and we’re already having problems. 

The second I leave the room or the house, as it was earlier this morning, Gavin begins messing with Lizze. 

He begins asking the same question over and over.  When I asked him about it, he admitted to it but denies knowing why. Once I’m home, the behavior stops.  As soon as I’m not around, he starts up again.


Lizze doesn’t appear to be letting him get under her skin.  Good for her.  🙂

Gavin was talked to about this at least twice this morning already and I’m not going to play any games.  He lost his choice for lunch and will be having oatmeal. 

To his credit, he took it in stride and didn’t freak out.  We did have an almost tantrum this morning because Gavin was trying to push Lizze’s buttons and when I questioned him he became very standoffish, but no tantrum.

Thankfully, we only have two days left

Rob Gorski

Full time, work from home single Dad to my 3 amazing boys. Oh...and creator fo this blog. :-)
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pissed off

you are a total douche. it is clear from every post about gavin that you have a real prejudice for this boy. oatmeal for asking repeated questions, something every kid does? i hope he does go live somewhere else just to get away from you. dick.


@pissed off you are the proud winner of the most ignorant comment of the day award.
It’s clear your have no idea what you’re talking about. Gavin is not even kid and is not simply asking questions.
Perhaps you should take a deep breath and read back some. You’ll see why it’s a problem.
I hope the rest of your day goes better.


@lostandtired  @pissed Rob, you are a better blogger than I am. I don’t tolerate remarks like the one above on my blog due to the name calling. I’m sorry that you have to endure people’s ugly comments and prejudices on top of everything that you invite the public to learn from your family.