Thursday, September 25, 2008

Why board books are a good idea . . .

I found this cute book at Anthropologie, I love(d) it.

I must have skipped the chapter on respecting property when I read it to Ava:

16 comments:

T.A.T.I Crew said...

Classic. That is so funny.

On the positive side, Ava's sense of irony is promising.

Lisa said...

That is awesome!I am making a mental note right now to get board books and also to keep all the Fancy Nancy's out of reach!

If you would like me to tape that one back together for you I will! :)

ahe said...

That is too funny. It makes me soooo mad when my kids rip books. Now when George does it he just rips little pieces off the pages and tells me that it is okay it is just a little bit.

Lorie said...

That is great!!! It would be that book that she ripped apart! I love it.

Dawn said...

I hope you saved it, they look like you could frame them they are so cute.

Don't you just love these stages of kids?

Julia said...

my Ava does the same thing. Must be the name.

Dan & Melissa said...

Yip...looks like Ava and Sharon should be twin sisters instead cause she did that to a book last week.

KRISTA said...

Hilarious! Are you sure that the sweet baby girlfriend did that?

joey said...

Smile. =)

Katie said...

Too bad she is WAY 2cute2Bpunished.

Next time you're at the bookstore, try, "How to Spank and When."

Aileen said...

A time to punish, Jane......

D'Lonna said...

I love it!! That will be a classic picture and good one to pull out later in life when she has her own children.

Maryann said...

I think you should retaliate by ripping up her "There's no Such Thing as Monster's" book and lay the pieces on her bed.

Courtney Vance said...

Jane you're so organized it was inevitable that you would have a child like this sweet angel to keep you on your toes.

TheHottonSix said...

That didn't happen to our books until Tayden came along. After keeping things so nicely he decided it was time to destroy it all.

The Rudy Family said...

We are able to accomplish that with board books as well. Something about kid slobber really softens up the edges and they tear just like paper!! Ahha!

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