For Wordless Wednesday.
I have the Beach Boys "Good Vibrations" in my mind now... but I think that's another Durex pack....
NO, No way....Do you store then next to the 'beautiful diapers' or are your kids the ultimate hide and seekers?
Yes! I'm just glad to see I'm not the only one who leaves them where little hands can find them and little imaginations can go to town!
Very nicely done. You should applaud the little one for quality work.:)My Wordless Wednesday is up ... come see!
It's the kind of puzzle that you never want to see broken apart, if'n you know what I mean.
Oh my word. That is too funny!
a beautiful puzzle indeed (wink wink, nudge nudge)
It is a beautiful puzzle of squares, making one big square with a square missing in the middle.Cordy would appreciate this art.
Hahahaha! So funny. I had a chocolate one given to me by a friend that I wanted to be sure to put out of the reach of my children especially since my oldest reads and asks a gazillion questions. Now I can't find it. Oh well, there was only one, not enough to make a beautiful puzzle.
Lisa - Let's just say that Pie likes to open drawers and cupboards.Erin - Ahem, yes. The whole "interlocking parts" analogy had occurred to me.
He needs to stay out of my right-side 2nd-from-the-top dresser drawer when he comes over. He might recreate the Washington Monument.
oh no.. you can't go wordless with a picture like this. It must have a story to go with it. Please?
Are those condoms?.?.?.... ROFL
Why do I feel like you're doomed when she reaches her teen years?
Oh indeed, so very very beautiful
Tee hee. Nice symmetry.
That's hilarious! I wouldn't be surprised if she became a mathmatician with all those beautiful squares... ;)
PM - Well, the story goes something like this:"Look! I found it! It's a beautiful puzzle!" (You'll have to use your imagination to supply the gasps of wonderment and delight.)Stomp, stomp, stomp. (Pie hurries downstairs to the living room with her treasure and pulls out all the puzzle pieces.)Some credit must be given to hubby for the geometric shape, I'm afraid. My children aren't quite that mathematically developed ... YET.
Well, it is the quality of the art that counts....
HA!This makes my day.
Good thing she thought they were puzzle pieces and not balloons. That would have been a whole other picture.
Hah! That made my morning.
that is priceless.
The hubs has been "fixed" for a few years, but I think if you dig deep in the bedside table...you might find one or two of these.
I love it so very much!Off-topic: I blogged about Canada today....
Hee hee hee. Thank goodness she was content with puzzle making rather than balloon blowing. Or are those things equipped nowadays with child-proof openings? (Forgive me, I was fixed five years ago, so there's been no need to keep up on those things. So to speak.)
This is soo funny, I'm gonna show this to every mom I know.
Hmmmm. I never saw those listed as materials in my "Busy Book for Toddlers."
I actually laughed out loud at this, and at the comment you just left on my "Dr House" post. You're funny these days - even funnier than usual!!
ROFL! And I love that your husband helped with this.
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