Saturday, December 17, 2005

The box in my bedroom

There isn't much to add to this three-picture story.  Would you believe they went to all the trouble to bring this box from home?

10 comments:

ksquester said...

Just give a kid a box and they will be happy for hours. Doesn't matter what age they are, does it?   haaaaaa    Anne

ora4uk said...

yup....cause a cardboard box becomes anything we want it too....LOL....at least it did when I was a kid....and it looks like some things never change.....Ora   and PS...messy bed....where....why looks like mine....and I thought everyones bed looked that way...sheesh....

ajoleblon said...

How many times have I bought a grand gift for some child and they preferred the box?  

firestormkids04 said...

Yep. Love those boxes.  Love those smiles!  Blessings, Penny

vortexgirl said...

What is it with kids and boxes.  My daughter wants every box that comes thru the door.  Even the small ones.  She uses tissue boxes as beds for her stuffed animals.
Dianne

helmswondermom said...

Those are two very happy girls!  (I end up with big boxes in my  house, too, usually occupied by my daughter and her friends!)
Lori

bhbner2him said...

There is nothing as much fun as a large empty box!!!!!  -- Barbara

skisseberth said...

IMAGINATION - is alive and well !  I love it ! :)

deslily said...

How cute is that! lol.. yeah i remember boxes!! They  became fortresses in which to hide!!.. there's something about kids and boxes and cats and boxes... ever see a fat butted cat try to fit into a really small box? LOL...

siennastarr said...

Kids and their imaginations!!  Priceless!! lol

Jackie