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Saturday, March 14, 2009

Easter Egg gone wrong?

Can You Guess What This Is?

Does this help?


What about this?


Surely this is a clincher

Still no?

Let me explain



This is a design I found on my carpet


This is the Easter Egg shaped sidewalk chalk my son threw a fit for in the party store

This is my 21 month old "decorating" for Easter



This is where you hear the words
" Well, I think someone was supposed to be watching me!"

Hope Y'all Have a good Weekend!
We are bound to with the rain, cold, and sidewalk chalk!

3 comments:

Bella said...

Oh my...I can whole heartedly relate!

Leigh of said...

OH! I love that Easter Egg Chalk. I fill bowls up with it around my home because it looks great, cant break...and the kids can use after Easter. AND its cheap. I also like the ones that are tie dyed!

Orren has really changed lately, he is lookin gmore like a big boy rather than a baby. I doubt you want to hear that! Time goes so fast!
He also is a spitting image of your husband!

LauraBeth said...

That is too funny! We'll have to get the kids together in the driveway for some concrete artwork.