Sunday, April 24, 2011

My totally normal kids who don't ever do anything strange.

Measle Bug (7) played platypus for days after we did that platypus unit study.  Here she is hanging out in her platypus burrow.  She made me order three books on platypuses.  Could we have a future zoologist on our hands?

All dressed up and coordinated for Easter.  Too bad their mommy can't take a picture.

They look normal, but don't let that fool you.  This morning at church, Queen's Sunday School teacher came up to me discreetly as I was gathering children and heading into the sanctuary and told me that when she took Queen (2) potty she noticed she didn't have any panties on.  When she asked her about them, Queen said that she had flushed them down the toilet at home.  Nice.   Of course laughing, I promptly found my parents and other kids sitting in church and told them about Queen's little Easter surprise.  Measle Bug (7) overheard and said she happened to have brought a spare pair in her, I mean my, purse.  Thank goodness for big sisters!

This picture cracks me up!  Queen thinks she's one of the big girls!


  1. What great pictures! I LOVE the platypus burrow! So clever.

  2. Hysterical! Kids are much fun.



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