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September 23, 2008

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When I was growing up there wasn't anybody in the neighborhood to play with but boys, so I grew up believing that any day that didn't end up with your knees green was wasted. My parents knew all three shifts at the emergency room on a first name basis. And I lived to tell about it.

Louis Vuiton Online

Sometimes seeds fall on the ground and just roll along.

Chelsie Gratzer

Oh My... that's hilarious! Especially what is written before it! It's hilarious!

Gette

I totally had a post like this once (no BG music) but it involved three girls and one hopelessly outnumbered boy. Tea party my eye...

Gette

I totally had a post like this once (no BG music) but it involved three girls and one hopelessly outnumbered boy. Tea party my eye...

Heather

Great choice of song :)

Joan

BTW...gorgeous scenery. Is that the park, your home...where???
Sure wish I had somewhere nice like that for Elijah and Caleb to play.

Joan

That is brilliant Tai!
I have two boys and ohhh boy I know what you mean about being creative. I have seen their Daddy throw them from a great height down on to our bed, and they are giggling in hysterics. What they call fun, I call insane. I cant watch them sometimes! haha Boys are a whole different species to girls.
I love my boys & I wouldn't have it any other way.
Besides, its kinda fun being the only 'princess' in a house full of princes ;)

NurseBettyLu

When I was growing up there wasn't anybody in the neighborhood to play with but boys, so I grew up believing that any day that didn't end up with your knees green was wasted. My parents knew all three shifts at the emergency room on a first name basis. And I lived to tell about it.

Amy

I love boys!! I think Dr. Dobson said..."A girl tries something and gets hurt and says 'I'm never doin' that again!!'. A boy tries something and gets hurt and says, 'Next time...'"
People with all girls just don't understand. We even have a whole picture folder on our computer that is all battle scars. They are proud of all those wounds. I am blessed to be a mom of three sons! But I am excited that our daughter should be home from Guat in a few weeks! Bring on the tea parties! Time for a little balance in this casa!

BJ

Well, at least he did wear a helmet! And a smart idea from the looks of it. I should have had that insight when I went sledding (and spinning since the sled was one of those circular things) down my parents' hill into a row of trees and shrubs way at the back of their property. Let's see that was just before I turned 50. Hey, I grew up without helmets and lots of other safety devices and I supposed I've only sustained minimal brain damage through the years.

Melissa

And which child is this who will be the subject on your blog of the next Anderson family emergency room visit?

Red Gomer

Tai, We have 2 girls ages 14 and 8. We recently adopted an 8 yo boy. Oh my goodness what a difference! I never would have believed it. My youngest daughter is a tom boy, but nothing like my son! Yeesh! When he first came to us, he would talk about smashing things and shooting things up. I totally didn't get that it was a boy thing. I was in a panic. Luckily for both of us, I have now gotten a grasp, however small, that he is all boy....and that is MUCH different than being like my tough little girl!

Terry(ApostleThatRocksGomer)

...and you probably couldn't pry 'em outta that thing until dark, right? Did they ever make it down successfully? (I know, I know...I'm supposed to be studying for Calculus...I'm goin'...I'm goin'...)

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