Friday, May 25, 2007

Once again, it's the box that gets the most play...


We've been doing o.k. so far without the big kids. I'm hanging in there.LOL My Mom came over and picked up the kids early this morning and took everyone shopping. Afterwards, she dropped Isaac off, loaded the van and left. Time has been moving oh so slowly ever since.lol So far, Isaac and I have played outside, played with the new stuff from CBD, and then he found the box.lol That's held his interest more than anything. Sophia on the other hand has been firmly attached to Mommy. I guess she's afraid I'm the next person to disappear.lol
Blessings,
Lisa

6 comments:

Cynthia said...

I'm sure it's REALLY quiet around your house these days.

Debbie said...

Lisa, we received one of Chris' large boxes the other day and before it was even open, Gabe asked, "can I have the box?".

I agree, it is much tougher for me when Bessie is away.

De'Etta said...

Yeah - the boxes are the big hits around here too. I think one year for birthdays I'm simply buying a big box full of bubble wrap and stryofoam peanutes. LOL

Kristine said...

I remember when Holly was little, and *I* was her constant playmate. Once Trevor was born, she became his playmate, and I dropped out of the picture. Aren't the different relationships interesting? I don't think one is better, just different advantages.

Maybe you can find another box on Sunday, or give Isaac crayons to decorate the one he has!

Emily said...

I always use to be amazed how much the kids use to love boxes. I always thought . . .we spend all that money on toys and they end up loving a box

Lisa in Jax said...

I'm always amazed when the littles go after the box!LOL I'm glad that it isn't just my weird kids.lol

I'm thinking De'Etta has a great idea. Next time, I'll just buy the box.lol