Twinkly Crinkly Whoopsy Book

Maisy's Twinkly Crinkly Fun BookThis is Maisy’s Twinkly Crinkly Fun Book.

I bought it from Total Learning from my friend Karen.

She brought it with her to morning tea after the baptism yesterday.

I gave it to Elisha to read while I was opening the presents Cayley recieved.

I did not read it to him first. I did not offer any explanation of the book to him.

He sat around the corner on the step to the lounge room and quietly read it.

I busily opened presents.

WhoopysA while later I peeked around the corner to take a look at him.
Whoopsy!

He was looking for the horsie?!!

I think he thought that the squirrel’s tail was a horse.

I’ve ordered another copy of the book from a different friend who does Total Learning. At least it is on special this month.

Poor Elisha was so confused.

I’ll make sure I sit down and go through the book with him when the new one arrives.

I had to laugh though. And was not in the least angry with him. I mean, how COULD you be angry with this?

Cheeky

3 thoughts on “Twinkly Crinkly Whoopsy Book”

  1. Oh Tara – he really is adorable, I can see how it would be hard to be cranky with him ; I had to laugh a couple of posts back when you said Elisha and Cayley were playing tag teams with their sleeping – that’s exactly what Lachie and Lily did for a few months. When I think about it they would have hardly seen each other through that time apart from first thing in the morning and at dinner/bathtime LOL.

    Cayley looks gorgeous in her baptism gown.

  2. Sorry ’bout the opff topic blog, but I cannot see any other way yo contact you (the contact link at the bottom of the page doesn’t display well using Safari)

    re your recent scrapbooking comments on Woolworths:

    Actually help the farmers by boycotting the Duopoly (Coles-Myer and Woolworths)
    Both of whom are buying farm produce at very low cost, using the “drought” and farmer’s desperation
    to sell stock etc by offering very low prices that is not being reflected at the till in the supermarkets.
    Better to help the farmers by buying from the Central market or places like the Sunday Farmers Market!.

    Duopoly power articles
    “‘Duopoly’ blamed for prices” http://www.news.com.au/sundaymail/story/0,23739,21011586-3102,00.html
    http://alertandalarmed.blogspot.com/2005/03/woolies-play-bully-again.html

    Farmer’s Markets in SA – including the one in Adelaide (at the Showgrounds every Sunday morning)
    http://www.safoodcentre.com/foodtalk/a8_publish/modules/publish/content.asp?id=19305&navgrp=1412

    Benedict

    PS Please pass this on!
    PPS see B2C on also http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viral_marketing
    PPPS So spend $100 at Woolworths and they will pass on $3 (estimate) after “costs”
    (nominally they make between 18-33% on items but that doesn’t include background running costs))
    and why pick a Tuesday the slowest day of the week- what about a late night Thursday just before the long weekend?
    PPPPS Am I the only one that sees this as a cynical marketing exercise given the recent bad press the duopoly have been getting?

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