Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Broken Limbs and Dirty Socks

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Before you see this picture and go in to a panic wondering “How in the world did all of her kids manage to break their arms?” ~ have no fear.

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The kids are apparently feeling rather left out and created their own casts, courtesy of a multitude of socks. Nice, huh? To make them seem legitimate, they have been signing each other’s ‘casts’, even going as far as asking their aunt and uncle to sign them too.

My brother was nice enough to take a picture of them {I think} and sent me this nice little note along with the picture:

“I'm not sure which looks worse for you: The distant picture of all of your children walking down the street with broken limbs......or your kids asking all the neighbors to sign the dirty hole ridden socks you saved.”

I love my brother, really I do.

10 comments:

  1. HA! I love their imaginations...and yes, I do have to wonder why you're keeping those nasty old socks on hand. But look! Right here is a good reason! You just never know when it might come in handy!

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  2. What is it about brothers??? I can TOTALLY see mine letting my kids do the same thing!! :)

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  3. LOL Your brother sounds like my brother ....

    Here's to casts that are only pretend! :-)

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  4. Yes, it's good to hear that my brothers aren't the only brothers like that! Gotta love them, huh?!

    Love the casts - it looks very fun....and more convenient than actual casts! : )

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  5. heheh o my goodness to funny!!!

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  6. i love a family that sticks together!

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  7. I thought they were broken arms!

    Years ago two of my daughters broke their arms within a week of each other. One right and one left. When it rained I put my rain coat on both of them-- one arm in the right and one in the left.

    One was tumbling with a sitter (ya know the hold the kid in the air on your stomach with your feet) and fell. The other was roller skating. They are both moms now.

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  8. I thought they were broken arms!

    Years ago two of my daughters broke their arms within a week of each other. One right and one left. When it rained I put my rain coat on both of them-- one arm in the right and one in the left.

    One was tumbling with a sitter (ya know the hold the kid in the air on your stomach with your feet) and fell. The other was roller skating. They are both moms now.

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  9. HA! I love their imaginations...and yes, I do have to wonder why you're keeping those nasty old socks on hand. But look! Right here is a good reason! You just never know when it might come in handy!

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