Tuesday, February 3, 2009

Wordless Wednesday - Children!




This is my first wordless Wednesday, thank you Dixie at http://frenchlique.blogspot.com/ for hosting! .This photo that is 13 years old still makes me laugh..



11 comments:

thestonerabbit said...

I do recall my son's room looking JUST like that!! He's 32 now--how I would love to see him in his messy room at that young age again!! I wouldn't even yell at him about the mess!! :) Dana

Margaret said...

Isn't it crazy, this was my daughters room, but my dear son who we thought was napping decided to go play in big sisters room.. she was none to pleased when she came home!

Dixie's Whimsey said...

How cute! Yes, I think we all have a picture or two of our children's rooms looking like that! My oldest two daughters use to complain when baby sister would destroy their rooms while she was "napping" upstairs... LOL. Great photo!
hugs. Dixie

Anne Fannie said...

Hi Margaret:
I had to chuckle when I saw that picture because it reminded me of my son's room many years ago!
~Ann

debbie said...

HELLO MARGARET
WELCOME TO WORDLESS WEDNESDAY.
THAT PICTURE MADE ME LAUGH BECAUSE THAT IS EXACTLY WHAT OUR SON DID TO OUR DAUGHTERS ROOM...SHE HAD BOOK SHELVES AND HE WOULD JUST THROW EVERY BOOK OFF THE SHELVES. THERE WAS 7 YEARS BETWEEN THEM SO SHE HAD LITTLE TOLERANCE FOR HER LITTLE BROTHER.
THANKS FOR THE MEMORIES
debbie

ann said...

Oh do i remember those days.I wouldn't walk into my kids rooms.I wasn't sure there was a floor there....Ann

Rechelle ~Walnuthaven Cottage~ said...

Oh! LOL! That is just how my boys' bedroom tends to look a lot of the time. How funny!
Thanks for sharing and have a fantastic day!

Joan said...

My daughter's room looked like that more often than not -- and sometimes much worse. Now she has her own home and a child of her own - and her house is spotless! LOL! How did that happen?!?

Raggedy Girl said...

Hi!
Stopping by from Wordless Wednesday to admire your Children. Wishing you a happy day!
Roberta Anne

Elena said...

Wow, that is amazing. I know what I have to look forward to when my daughter gets a little older! lol Thanks for sharing!

mbkatc230 said...

My daughter's room always looked like that. Now when I visit her apt (she's in college), she's always running after her roomates picking stuff up. It just cracks me up! Kathy