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January 16, 2011



In our house, his name is "Ahmah" and his the solution to every problem, the answer to every question. Are children now programmed to fall under his power?

Sarah @ Mum In Bloom

What a scream! I can't believe you found him right there at the wall. Ah, yes.. sweet crayon on the wall memories. We just painted our little guys room after looking at his crayon covered walls for 3 years. I didn't have the heart to paint over them :(

I asked a friend "How do I stop it!" (like it was some big mytery how all the crayon marks got on the wall). She said, "Uh, hide the crayons!". Oh.. I hadn't thought of that. And you know.. it worked!

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