The instructions are these:
* Go to your Sixth Picture Folder then pick your Sixth Picture.
* Pray that you remember the details.
* Tag 5 others.I wasn't going to play along since I am phenomenally paranoid and don't put recognizable pictures of my kids up on my blog. But I decided to take a look, and my 6th picture in my 6th folder actually doesn't show any faces! So here it is:
This picture is from February 2007 when the boys were 19 months old. It shows one of their favorite past times: pulling all the toys off the shelves. And then putting themselves on the shelves. That's B-man on the shelf. He has always liked to "put himself away" more than N-man does.
If you look closely, you can see N-man's little arm in the bottom left corner of the picture. He was causing trouble that day, too. And, toys strewn all over: that's a pretty typical family room look for us. The toys have changed as they've gotten older, but the "strewn all over the floor" remains the same.
I'm supposed to tag 5 people, but I just did a meme the other day and hardly anyone played along. So if you want to play, go wild. I'm tagging you all. Or none of you, depending on how you look at it :)
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Snick: As I said on your blog, I almost told you Barb's husband was a plumber, but your blog entry said you'd already called someone. How funny that it was someone I know! And that's one of my favorite meals. I made it on Yom Kippur. TK was talking to his mom that night while I was cooking, and he told her what I was making. I had to own up to the fact that the whole Jewish holiday thing got me in the mindset of Jewish holiday food. I just couldn't wait for Hanukkah to bust out the latkes!
Sheri: I don't know why, but I just can't stand cucumbers. Ick! And I'll post the recipes over on The Veggie Project (I'll link it in here when I'm done).