Tuesday, January 16, 2007

Who's got the eggs?

About a year ago, my mom gave us a little tin bucket with wooden eggs in it. The kids love it...I don't know if it is because of the noise it makes when they drop them in, how much they enjoy spilling them out all over, or counting them. Anyway, they have provided entertainment. After New Years and all our company left, I couldn't find the eggs anywhere. I kept asking the kids: "Who's got the eggs?" After a few days I was resolved that they must have sadly been put in the garbage by a certain 2 year old. But then, a couple days ago, Addy started talking about the eggs...so I said, "where'd they go?"...and she promptly took me over to where she finally remembered where she put them:




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She happily put all 10 eggs in the subwoofer. She was so proud to have found them. Only her hand could fit through the narrow hole. She keeps us laughing, that's for sure :-)

1 comments:

Bringhurst Family 9:25 AM  

Love the BYU shirt. Are you brainwashing your kids like us?

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