Friday, April 15, 2011

Toy Stories

Following are some photos I took of my daughters' toys in various "situations." Sometimes I'll come across their play and I'm taken aback, to say the least. I wonder where they get these ideas at the same time that I laugh out loud. I've recently gotten smart enough to capture their "creativity" with my camera. What follows are the results. The toys and dolls are exactly as I found them. The captions are mine.

Rhinoplasty? At such a young age? What kind of mother....?


"Yes, they're a little large... but they keep me warm up to my thighs."


The student body is sufficiently diverse. They even have a grizzly bear.


"I always feel so smiley when I've been to see Jesus!"


In urban areas, it's often hard to find a good saddle shop. In a pinch, masking tape will do fine. Just have the stable boy be the one to remove it.


Dolphins are terrible drivers. Even if it's a shoe car... just don't let them behind the wheel at all if you can help it.


Efanie was soooooooo glad to not be the only one in second grade with an unusual name.


While the Infant Stunt-Riding course is less than popular, there is the occasional newborn who knocks your socks off with her talent.

5 comments:

CatholicMommy said...

Life is never devoid of laughter with children and their toys around :-)

-Graciela

Magan said...

I am laughing out loud!!! That is hysterical. This should be a regular feature...

littlecbsmom said...

What a great post! Good to catch up! I love the creativity of your kids. My favorite is the one strapped to the head of that horse! Too funny;)

Las Vegas Mama said...

LOL fantastic!! I know what you mean about being taken aback about the toy "situations"... and btw, the one with the tape on the face is creeeeepyyyyy! The one with the doll taped to the horse was a funny one too... you should do "toy" posts more often!

Kristi said...

I never did get a chance to comment on this post... you are stinking hilarious woman! Keep writing, keep taking pictures, I need this kind of humor - it's like most people's morning coffee, I thrive on it!