16 May 2012

Project 366, 137/366 - I spy...

I love how the kids hide in the most ridiculous of places. Really obvious yet so amusing and it's my task to pretend I can't see them. I do wonder why I buy so many toys when they still (aged 6 and 8) prefer boxes and in this case the washing up basket to play with!



TheBoyandMe's 366 Linky

21 comments :

  1. that looks like a nice big washing basket to hide in...but watch that nose, they can be sharp!

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    1. Thankfully no injuries but the puppy didn't like him in there much and started barking lol x

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  2. adoreable, grandson was hid under a towel earlier and I had to find him, but his big sister at nearly 10 was not for it and kept tutting and telling us how stupid we are

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    1. Minxy (8) did give a few disapproving looks lol x

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  3. When my 3 year old wants to hide all she has to do is cover her eyes!

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  4. Awww what a great place to hide! I remember doing the same myself x

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  5. Kids are great aren't they. My youngest thinks he is hiding if he puts his hat on backwards.

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  6. Fantastic! It does make me laugh how obsessed children are with laundry baskets... compared to, as an adult, how much I detest them!

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  7. Washing baskets are so much fun! I love to see Ella (4) walking round with ours on her head. Just the fact that she finds it hilarious, makes it so!

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  8. Oh enjoy! Mine not longer pull such obvious pranaks and I miss it now!

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  9. I wish I could still find joy in the washing basket. Then again I wish I could still fit in the washing basket. Nice pic. Nice memories

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  10. That is a brilliant photo, really funny! This will definitely make you laugh when you look back at it!

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  11. What a great hiding place!and a lovely photograph capturing it!

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  12. Lol looks like he's having a great time in there! Well done for capturing it in time!

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  13. washing baskets are the second best things after cardboard boxes, who needs toys!

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  14. Grrr, comment failed. I think unless it's in moderation?

    Love how they find fun. Anything, although how he's fitted in there I'll never know

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  15. Bless- that is so funny. My Girls love to do this sort of thing.

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  16. How on earth did he fit in there???

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  17. What a cute photo, I'm amazed he can squish in there so easily!

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  18. He's 6 but so diddy still, only just over 110cm as he can just get on theme park rides! x

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