Friday, February 5, 2010

things kids do

Last Saturday, when we arrived at our hotel in the Helsinki area, the first thing Joel and Sofia wanted to do was, of course, check out every little detail of the room. We had a room for three – 2 single beds and a “hide-a-bed-sorta”.
These pics of the 2 of them tell the story themselves . . . .
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Tezzie said...

Haha!! Too funny...:D

Cheri said...

Hhahaa!! Exactly... too funny!

Carolynn and Steve said...

I would have totally done that myself! I love it!

Over-Caffeinated X 4 said...

Oh too funny girl! Of COURSE that's what they would do with the bed.

kate said...

I guess it's actually a hide-a-brother!

LOVE the new header. Love.

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