Wednesday, January 6, 2010

Scenes from Christmas Day :: Battle for the Bouncer

On Christmas Day, as I was preparing Brunch after Mass, I asked Captain to go and get Snuggles old bouncy chair from under the crib so I could use it for the baby.



Well apparently Snuggles was not quite ready to pass it down to his new little sister... He was not very happy when I placed her in it, and as soon as I took Rose back out of the chair, he immediately climbed in and tried buckling himself.



I think he was reminiscing about his days of being able to "Move it Move it." ;)


Well, the timer is about to go off, for the crown cake the girls and I have baking in the oven, so it is time for me to go... Hopefully I will be back later to finish posting our Christmas Pictures.

I hope you are all enjoying the traditional feast of the Epiphany today,
the 12th day of Christmas!

6 comments:

  1. Oh my that is so funny! That is what our little Hannah did when we passed her bouncer down to Madelyn.

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  2. It reminds me of the book, "Peter's Chair." Cute.

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  3. How funny! One of my kids, at a year old, would crawl in it, buckle up, and scream to be let out. Then she'd crawl in, buckle up, and scream to be let out. I learned quickly. ;)

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  4. That is so precious!!! Buttercup did that with the car seat of all things!

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  5. We have a picture of a big kid in a bouncy seat, too... and another in the baby swing at my mother's with her feet dragging the floor. Oh, the good old days. :)

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  6. I have to say THANK YOU! It was so heartening to see the pictures of the battle for the bouncer...I've been frustrated with my 2 1/2 year old doing the same thing...I thought he'd be over it now that his little sister is almost a year old, but he still will crawl into her infant car seat sometimes! Thanks for letting me know my kids aren't the only ones!

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