A daily insight into the joys of raising boys...and lots of them.
YES. All. the. time.And I describe the decor of our apartment in China as late-Jurassic, early-Cretaceous.
Lol! If we actually had dinosaurs my 7yo dd would have them at the table all the time! Especially the "Diplodocus" - He's safe because he's a herbivore!
Yes, but at our house it's one of a million Polly Pockets, lol. :)
Of course it does!!Check it out!
Man, I hate it when T-Rexes come over and eat all my childrens' food :)Actually, we usually have more trains/monster trucks coming over for dinner these days.
A very cute photo!I'm a mean mama, though. I've had a "no toys in the kitchen" rule since the first time I tripped over something whilst carrying a pot of boiling spaghetti to the sink. No harm done, but once is enough for me! Now I just trip over kids who like to lay down on the floor right behind me.
Our uninvited guests are mostly superheroes these days...or their pets.
Your boys are hysterical!
Very cute. We have a now toys at the table while eating rule. We are trying to encourage more family conversation and completion of meals in a timely manner.
Jennie and ken, we have similar rules for similar reasons. This guy somehow snuck through "customs."
Yes, but in our house it's dolls and bunnies that sneak the food!
No....sadly, our dinosaur, Lego, Brio, and Sir Topemhat days at the table are over....for now....but I've kept them all and I'm going to let my grandkids bring way more toys to the table than I let my own bring! :))
All the time. Just this morning it was Monkey and Ben Bear. Little did I know that today is their birthday(s)!
Looks familiar to me too :)Sherry
That is awesome! I'm going to show this to my husband later today...he would get a kick out of it.
My 2 sons are just a little older and still when they are together you never know what will happen at dinner???
We dine with dogs, stuffed dogs, Playmobil dogs, all kinds of dogs. However, we do not dine with real dogs. Great photo!
Yes, I believe that same dinosaur may have dined at our table a time or two (or maybe it was his little brother).
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