Friday, January 14, 2011

The mystery of the missing socks, solved!

When reaching in to get some diapers out of my fancy schmancy washing machine,
I noticed something peeking out at me.

Look at that.  There's something hiding in there!

Aha!  Found you!

I wonder how long these socks have been hiding out in here.

Their mates will be glad they've been found.

In other news, today I remembered that Calvin's supposed to have some tummy time each day.  Yes, that's right.  He's my sixth child and I forgot until today that he's supposed to spend time on his stomach every day.  Great.  Now he's going to be behind developmentally.  Hopefully he'll catch up later. 

What do you think?  Is he enjoying himself?

Is it just me or is he really cute?


  1. He's really cute :) And ALL of my kids HATED tummy time. I never did it.

  2. I find socks in that very same place! Now I check that area every time I put clothes in the dryer. When I first got my front loading washer, I tried to save money by using my regular washing powder, just less of it. Big mistake. The washer stopped working, and the repairman pulled out some sort of clogged filter (clogged by the wrong kind of detergent). The filter also had a sock, some change, fingernail clippers, and other things that I have forgotten. I only use HE detergent now!

  3. Oh, he is so cute and all that hair!!

  4. It's not just you. He's super cute!

  5. He's really, really cute! And I'm off to check that spot in my washer. Thanks for solving that little mystery. :)

  6. I am holding out hope that I will find all my missing socks the same way! Off to check! LOL



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