Wednesday, April 11, 2012

Wordless Wednesday - Surprise!

Imagine the shock, horror, and surprise when I opened up this container and saw this!

Link up your Wordless Wednesday posts!  I'd love to check them out!


Kimberly said...

What is it with kids popping the heads off their toys?
My son does that too! I actually found one burried in my garden. Creeeeeepy.

Christine said...

I know, right?! I wasn't sure if I should laugh or be mortified! Friends have told me that their kids do this too. I don't ever remember doing that when I was a kid!

Janet said...

My 3.5 year old has(had) a barbie that she got as a prize from a birthday party a while back. One day I found it under the couch, and it was missing one leg below the knee! I guess it had gotten stuck in our reclining couch when we were putting the footrest down. it was creepy! Then she was playing with it, and bent it's neck and the head snapped off. She tried to fix it, but then suggested we threw it out! LOL!

Christine said...

That is so funny, yet so creepy at the same time! I wonder why kids do this? :-) LOL!

Good Girl Gone Green said...

No words.....LMAO!

Anonymous said...

Hahah! My words were"What the...?" LOL

Christine said...

Wooops! That anon comment was from me!

Paula Schuck said...

Hi. Thanks for the kind comments on my post. I will take that hug next time we meet! And that is what my brother used to do to the dolls in our house. That bum. Your little one is growing so fast! My goodness. She is fun to watch.


Christine said...

:) Big hugs next conference :) Are you going to SCCTO again?

What is it with kids and wanting to see if heads can be removed from dolls' bodies? *shudder*

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