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June 01, 2007

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papadale

I'm shopping for some new threads for Lil' Sweet 'Tater', I have seen T-shirts that say; "I make little boys cry" the ones that I've seen are in much larger sizes, but, it's evident, the little darling needs one, and, hopefully soon, the Trumster will learn how to cowboy-up, and not take this wrecking phase too seriously. He does seem to like him some Chocolate Factories don't he???

Jacquelyn

I got a kick out of this--one of my favorite blog entries to date! Was I on the phone with you this morning when Tatum destroyed the factory? It certainly was quite a commotion I heard in the background of the Hale home.

Katb

Trey builds Castles. Our motto is "you can always build it back". This helps w/ the tantrums. Trey will build a train track, then Ben swoops in. I remind Trey again. This usually works. Also, lately I have told them that Ben wants to help, maybe he might have another idea.

I have pictures of some of his structures too. He is so proud of them.

I might try the later, like you.
Anyway, good luck!

Candice

Another Willy Wonka maybe? ;-)~ O' the joys kids bring to our homes! To think it only gets worse as they get older, and I had 3 why?!

Candice

Another Willy Wonka maybe? ;-)~ O' the joys kids bring to our homes! To think it only gets worse as they get older, and I had 3 why?!

Julianne

Papa Dale-

If you find that "I make little boys cry" T-shirt, please get it for Tater. It is the gospel truth in our house.

Julianne

Jacquelyn-

Yes, you were. It happens quite frequently.

Julianne

Katb-

Taking picture is a clever idea. I might have to steal that one. The "you can always build it back" theory doesn't work on my son. He doesn't care.

Julianne

Candice-

You know, the ironic thing is that he's never even seen Willy Wonka. I have no idea where he got the "Chocolate Factory" idea from.

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