September 18

September 18, 2011 at 10:00 pm | Posted in Family, Lollipop, Transylvania | 3 Comments
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September 18: Toys on parade.
Today was a pretty typical Sunday. The kids drug out all the toys — Legos, blocks, trucks, stuffed animals, play-kitchen stuff, books — and set up various skyscrapers, princess balls, restaurants, and grocery stores in the living room, the hall, and the patio. They shared (mostly), gently included the baby (mostly), and acquiesced to the adults watching college football (mostly). Then, Daddy heroically offered to clean up the toys so the kiddos could head down to the park for a little while with Pawpaw. I was reminded that some things — toys, messes, fun, family, playgrounds — are the same no matter what country you’re in.

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  1. Love it! The toys are threatening to do me in lately, especially with two birthdays just behind us, and a fresh influx of princesses, ponies, and other pieces of plastic.
    (we have almost all of the above, except who’s that blondie? Romanian princess?) Hooray for daddies cleaning up!

    • The one saving grace here is that we only brought a select few of our toys … but they still manage to get everywhere! And yes, the blond is a Romanian princess some friends brought over for Lollipop a while back. The allure of princesses transcends national boundaries, you see. =>

  2. Is that Lollipop in a princess outfit? If so, I love that she continues to be passionate about it to this day.


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