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Ink and Storm

Thank you for all the advice about the dress! I tried many of your tricks. It is STILL there. I really feel like we have found the reservoir for the ink of Sharpie pens. Whatever she got in looks just like Sharpie ink.
Emily's friend Sarah Grace came over yesterday. When Sarah Grace comes over they like to play "storm." They pretend they are seeking shelter from a storm. Playing storm involves getting out every toy they own. This must have been a mild storm because the mess was not too bad yesterday.



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Melissa said…
oh i would be nuts with a room that messed up...LOL...can you tell i have no children?!?!?!?

your girls are so cute...that last picture of Emily...wow she is looking so grown-up. if that is what a week of kindergarten does...don't ever let S-K go...LOL
Kim said…
I love E's shirt...a the kitty cracks me up!
Hillary said…
I love love love it when you show pictures of your girls rooms! It makes me feel so wonderfully normal! :)

Hope ya'll are having a great weekend! xoxox
Anonymous said…
I love it that they play storm, that is too cute!!
Divya said…
omg, i got to see every shade of pink in her room :)
Anonymous said…
My Mom overheard 2 old ladies talking in a Wal-Mart bathroom and they said that cheap shampoo for oily hair gets oily stuff out of clothes, we've tried it a couple of times and it works!
Nancy said…
My kitchen must have had a "storm" last night b/c I don't remember it being this dirty. :)
E said…
Playing "storm"...that is a new one, ha ha! I hope my little one doesn't pick up on that--it would be a never ending battle! Your 2 girls are precious :)
Unknown said…
yeah, my son likes to play that game to, but he never tells me the storm is coming until it's too late...aka after the fact ;) lol.
PL said…
LoL Love the playing storm idea! Kids can be so original. Oh, well there can be a clean up after the storm, but the fun memories will be there forever!

Enjoy your beautiful children. I love the hair accessories...isn't if fun?

We have 2 girls and 2 boys (now grown, I miss them so much), I would love to have a storm again!!

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