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Sunday, February 17, 2008

Trouble With Thomas

John's Spidey Sense kicked in today. He sought out Sean-Peter and found him doing this.He scolded him sternly which caused Sean-Peter to do this.
And look at him like this.
Meanwhile, unphased, Olivia continued to practice her stupid human tricks.
As soon as I walked in the door and heard the story, and saw the photos, I knew. Remember the books we just got from the library?Who knew Thomas could be such a bad influence. I'm thankful he didn't have time to find the mustard. Or the carpet.

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I just saw the quote below from my uncle Don: "When you have a passion for something that early in life it will stimulate the need for a passion later in life--and what would life be without a passion."

That is really, truly, a wonderful thought. And hope. So long as he keeps his passion off of my kitchen floor.

7 comments:

Karen said...

lol, how creative of him!!! Smart kid! Messy, but smart! :)

the dragonfly said...

I had to laugh. :)

Love the picture of Sean-Peter on the stairs!!

Jerilyn said...

As your Grandma would say "If there's smarter grandkids I reckon they'll be mine".
I can appreciate the humor,also, since I'm the grandma and not the cleaner-upper.
And who knew if you did something so creative you'd get in trouble?
And Don is right.

planetnomad said...

I. love. this.
When Elliot was about that age, we read the Curious George books. His fav was the one where Geo makes boats instead of delivering the newspapers. After that, every morning was a race to the paper. If I lost, he'd merrily crumple it up and toss it in the tub!
Truly literature enlarges their worlds ;)
Aww...and my boys have outgrown Thomas now. They loved him so dearly and for so long. Makes me a teensy bit nostalgic.

Carmen said...

How funny! After seeing what smart things were going on his brain I feel sorry for him when I look at his sad face. He must have been having such fun!

Emily, RN, BSN said...

Oh my goodness, what a little scoundrel he is! But what a mind to think about mimicking his book. Poor kid, just trying to have some fun like Thomas. Thanks for perking up my day!

Mrs. Staff Sergeant said...

That's so funny! I love it!