Tank spent part of our morning working on a sequencing puzzle. Each set you put together has three parts. For example, acorn, sapling, oak tree.
Mommy: So tell me what's happening in this puzzle, Tank.
Tank: This is a worm.
It turns into a raccoon.
And then it comes out a butterfly!
When your son looks at you with that smile and those eyes...and then excitedly tells you that in such a matter-of-fact way, all you really can do is s-m-i-l-e......... and then run to the other room to laugh your boo-tay off!
Wow! I always wondered where racoons came from. From now on I'll nurture every worm I see.
Abiding in the Vine!
very creative...he'll probably become a highly paid fantasy author soon! that's a great mythical creature!
thanks for the laugh!
I love how creative kids are...the look on his face tells all...he's adorable!
thanks for your comment on my purse hunt. I never thought of those wristlet thingys as 'clutches'...hmmmm...you are one smart cookie.
that was hilarious!
SOOOOOOOO CUTE that I agree with him. His smile has put me into a state of cofusion. Whatever Tank says is TRUE......see, I don't know what has come over me.
Hope you had or are having a GREAT time with your parents--who you take for granted-LOL!
Ohhhh, so those fat, furry black/brown caterpillars turn into racoons...makes perfect sense now. Yep, with those melt-your-heart eyes....ya' just can't burst their bubble...how sweet. Hey, this would make a great Eric Carle book!
That was cute!
What a blessed mommy!
I have always loved raccoons AND butterflies--to connect the 2 that way is just so CUTE!!!
hee hee. I love it! What would we do without our little boys to entertain us! jfflskdj;jd;jsd
Oh, and I would LOVE to knit you a scarf....but I don't 'bout that hat...beyond me at this point. lol. If I figure it out I'll let you know. :o)
enter my contest. He's in it, but shhh....don't tell no one. If you want, spread the word AND NO CHEATING! jdsakj;jdsaj (what does that mean?)
Wait - you just did? Maybe you should print it out! lol! Sorry I haven't visited for a long time - good to "see" you again! Susan
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