Friday, February 16, 2007

Tsk, Tsk, Nana!

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This is what happens when the baby is left with Nana!

Maybe she was damp. Maybe she needed a tumble! Whatever the reason, I'm just grateful she was given a book. For me, even the worst form of torture is acceptable if I have some reading material!

Have a wonderful weekend!

15 fellow travelers shared:

Kevin said...

I really did want to climb in with her ~ really, I did!

Love,

Nana

P.S. When can I have the children again? I'll be good ~ honest!

Tinuviel said...

Oh, good reading material is a must!
:) :)

Me said...

Good Dog Carl!! I am so glad he followed baby into the dryer. ;)

Have a good weekend.

Beka said...

Oh my goodness, that is just too cute. Things are never boring at your house, are they?

I remember once when one of my little brothers was about Eliana's age, he climbed into the (empty) dishwasher with a book...

Jennifer said...

Maybe she was damp...too funny! She is adorable.

Blessings-
Jennifer

Christine said...

That is so cute! Elliot has wanted to be in ours, he'd be jealous if I showed him this picture!

Randi said...

Oh cute,

if you have to take a tumble, you might as well do it with a book! ;)

Audrey said...

Isnt that just what Nanas are for?

;-) Very adorable!

henryteachers said...

That is so precious Elise! Thanks for making me smile on Fridays!

Andrea said...

Cute, Elise.
I have a picture like that of myself in the dryer when I was that age.

bluemountainmama said...

that's a great shot! and your words make it even better!

Kendra said...

What is it with kids and dryers? Mine always want to climb in there, too!

Maxine said...

Priceless idea! You go Nana! What fun you must have had!

Growing in Grace said...

Cute! We have a pic. of my son, J just like that.

angeleyes Blue said...

This is sooo cute. I did the same thing to my little sister one year. Detail here: I shut the dryer door and it automatically turned the dryer on. I ran upstairs to tell mom what I had done. She stood up and heard the lub-dub of my sister. She ran down and pulled little krissy out.

That was 35 years ago. In retrospect all I had to do was open the dryer door. Krissy is still very tiny--5'2 under 100 pounds and has had 4 children.

OOps!
Pamela

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